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I have two answers for this. The first one is: the picture is right. Not one of the points you listed is or should be a basic human right. If you're not able to get food and shelter, education or social security through personal connections you gotta work for it. Nothing wrong with that.
The second one is this:
Modern civilization is what prevents people from being able to care for themselves. And even if it's not a human right - if we weren't so detached from each other and lived in smaller and tight-knit communities people would support each other with everything you listed just because they would benefit from it too. Then there is no need to get those things through unknown third parties. Too bad no one actually knows anymore how this shit worked. I wonder why.
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