In a stormy weather a ship docks to any port and so is the human kind in crisis

In a stormy weather a ship docks to any port and so is the human kind in crisis, the need for safety is undeniably necessary and should never be reverted or denied by any existing law. It is important to distinguish these two terms the legal right and the moral right. The former can be denied but the latter is inalienable; it must be exercised no matter the existing conditions. Moral rights are universal and natural, but the legal rights are only limited to a certain region as such they are local and unnatural. Finally, moral rights are equal to all individuals, but the legal rights are unequal and there are many situations that dictate their existence.