The Constitution and Bill of Rights were formulated around that idea, and enumerated some freedoms deemed necessary, consequent to, or otherwise inherent in those inalienable human rights.
Those documents -ultimately are just documents, written by men. Based on their feelings/opinions/inspiration. They are therefore subject to change - and have changed over time. (18th amendment is a good example).
And irrespective of those documents, what rights do we have which are truly inalienable? i.e. Natural, cannot be taken away?
Life? That is taken away all to often, for any number of valid or invalid reasons.
Liberty? Plenty of people are robbed of this.There are still an estimated 20-30 million slaves in the world today.
Pursuit of happiness? That one might stand. You are free to pursue it, assuming that you recognize happiness as a personal state of mind, not dependent upon the behavior of others, or the accumulation of things.
Freedom of speech can be curtailed. Freedom of religion can be drastically restricted. Firearms and property can be confiscated. Laws can be changed. And as technology progresses, there may be a day when even Freedom of thought could be intruded upon.
Much of human freedom in the crowd setting is - a social construct. We are what we as a group decide we are. We have the "freedoms" we decide to give.
Does this all make sense? Have a made a logical error anywhere?