ISSUES NO. 2669
U.N. – Part 9 (The U.N. & Children’s Rights)
been talking about the destructive effects of the United Nations
on traditional, social and cultural norms of the family and
on religion. One of their ways in doing this has been through
the mechanism of expanding the “rights” of children. One
of their founding documents states this: “Parents have a prior
right to choose the kind of education that shall be given
to their children.” Well, almost all cultures and
religions have protected this time-honored role of parents
in forming the character of their children, but in the last
decade this has not stopped U.N. committees from trying to
completely subvert and change this.
of the mechanisms has been to promote the so-called “Right
of Privacy of Children.” Through it, the U.N. would eliminate
parental authority over their children. For example, a “child’s
right to privacy” could prohibit parents from putting software
on their children’s computers to filter out pornography.
an example. In criticizing the nation of Belize, the U.N.
suggested that it create an entity to supervise parents.
This would enable children in Belize to challenge their parents’
parenting in court if they objected to the child getting an
abortion, getting contraceptives or pornography. Clearly,
this new right to privacy, thus interpreted, would grossly
undermine the authority of parents.
you read the rest of these documents, it’s quite clear that
they’re aimed primarily at parents who hold traditional beliefs
and who would disagree with the U.N.’s radical, feminist,
socialist agenda. They would make counseling and rehabilitation
facilities accessible to children. This means the state and
non-governmental agencies, like Planned Parenthood, will be
given the right to guide minor children. Guide them to what?
Abortion—yes; contraceptives—yes; and more.
The overall agenda here is to change the laws of nations
to weaken the authority and freedom of parents to direct the
moral education and attitudes of their children.
it’s obvious, from all recent research and certainly from
the wishes of the overwhelming majority of parents, that children’s
sexuality and reproduction be channeled into marriage. This
reduces violence against women and children, reduces crime
rates, creates greater social cohesiveness, longer life spans,
better health, more education, higher income—and the list
yet, the U.N. actively promotes sex outside of marriage as
an acceptable cultural norm. It has been encouraging governments
to lend legal and financial support to the effort to change
long held and wise cultural norms. While traditional cultures
regulate sex by shepherding the act toward marriage, the U.N.
has promoted consensual sex at any age, with both sexes, in
an unlimited manner.
so their lofty stated goal is “to protect the rights of children.”
Their actual goal has been to destroy parental authority through
the mechanism of giving children independent rights to do
anything and everything against their parents’ wishes, even
to the point of challenging their parental guidance legally
More on the U.N. tomorrow.