Comment: "human rights" have a specific connotation that is

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"human rights" have a specific connotation that is

easily mistaken.

The definition you provide here is more along the lines of "natural rights" and that term would have been the one used by the Framers and Founders.

The modern day concept of "human rights" is being used to bring about global government that is communist in nature rather than individualist, and includes many things that are more properly termed "entitlements" rather than "rights." (which by nature are authorities to take a certain action, not that some material good or service is "owed" to someone)