It's better to give someone rights they don't deserve than to take rights away from a deserving.
I did read what you wrote. Maybe I didn't understand what you meant - that might be true.
But I don't understand how the use of the word 'deserve' can be used in any way, shape or form to explain why a person either does or doesn't receive 'human' rights.
If someone is a human - they are deserving of human rights. If they are human, there is NO WAY they don't deserve human rights, at least in my opinion.
Maybe that's where my confusion came in as to what you wrote - when you said, 'It's better to give someone rights they don't deserve...'
How can a human not deserve human rights?