For liberty as a whole to exist, everyone must have the same individual freedom and they must all have the same rights and be subject to the same laws that preserve liberty. If only person is free, then liberty isn’t liberty. It’s just special privileges one might attain.
If one person has rights inalienable, but no one else does, it’s just one man having special privileges, but there isn’t liberty in that situation. In dictatorships, it’s always a case of one man gets to do whatever he wants while everyone else has to worry about being arrested, persecuted, or killed for saying anything or expressing oneself in any way while committing no actual wrongdoing. For there to be liberty in any society, either everyone has to be free. Either everyone has freedom individually, or there is no liberty. What is the point in a “free” society that allows one party self-expression but not any other?