Crisis in Syria Even if each man could alienate himself, he could not alienate his children: they are born men and free; their liberty belongs to them, and no one but they has the right to dispose of it.

If the Syrian government continue to remove their citizens rights and continue to hurt and kill their citizens, the syrian government gives them the right to rebel. These ideas figured prominently in his writing.

For him who renounces everything no indemnity is possible. Such a renunciation is incompatible with man's nature; to remove all liberty from his will is to remove all mortality from his acts.

In Syria, their president Bashar al Assad is taking away all their citizens rights, freedom etc. They are also personally attacking them for example, just recently Assad bombed his own people in Aleppo. Soon enough we will see his people rebelling against him and finally taking a stand.

According to Rousseau's Social Contract, the Syrian government is breaking there part of the social contract. Soon we will see the people of Syria rebel, or even other countries joining in against their government which possibly could start another World War.

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