Hobbes develops the way out of the state of nature into civil government by mutual social contracts. Only by concluding the social contract man can save himself and become just (in this State there is no room for the unjust). He says that “only the fear of death can lead to the creation of a State”. This saying in the modern world was a reason for many wars. Many rulers, dictators, tyrants, for example as Hitler did with Germany in the Second World War, were guided by Hobbes’s ideas that the man is obedient of the State and should delegate his rights to the Sovereign because the Sovereign is sinless and just, thus has “the unlimited powers of rule and punishment.” The ruler’s will define good and evil for his subjects. The ruler can do no wrong, because “lawful and unlawful, good and evil, are expression of the will of the ruler”. Hobbes gives authorization to the ruler to kill everyone who disobeys this will. In other words, the ruler is always right, because he has god given rights and is messenger of God, so if someone does any wrong (which will mean opposite to the ruler’s wishes) he will lose his life. This contradicts with one of the basic human rights  – the right to life. It is not that there should be no State rules and regulations and that people should live in total anarchy, but rules that are in line with people’s rights, wishes and desires, for example regulations brought due referendum, which is a true expression of people’s will and democracy. Therefore, Hobbes, despite the ‘pretty’ picture he has in mind of people being safe by concluding the social contract, is neglecting the basic human rights.  Moreover, Hobbes’s social contract was in favor of the ruler, not the people.