Stop Senate from Ratifying Yet Another Awful U.N. Treaty
The United Nations is working with the Obama administration to steamroll U.S. sovereignty, this time seeking to subject our most private family decisions to the United Nations for approval – plus the U.S. gets stuck with picking up the multimillion dollar check!
Already, 153 countries have signed the treaty United Nations Convention on Rights of Disabled Persons (CRDP) – including the United States. ALL that prevents this treaty intruding the power of the United Nations and the U.S. federal government right into your home is REJECTION by the U.S. Senate. But we don’t yet have enough NO votes to stop CRDP!
Any day, the U.S. Senate will vote to ratify this dangerous international treaty to give the United Nations and global agencies broad authority to step in and interfere with the education of American children with disabilities – unless YOU help stop them NOW!
This U.N. treaty will violate the parental rights of authority in families caring for disabled children AND compel signatory states to provide free abortions as part of mandatory “reproductive health” services for disabled individuals!
MAKE NO MISTAKE: This treaty tramples American sovereignty AND opens the door to unaccountable bureaucrats to come into your home and decide how best to educate and care for YOUR children!
Article 4(5) eliminates state and federal sovereignty on disability laws.
Article 4(1)(a) demands that all American disability laws must be conformed to U.N. standards.
Article 4(1)(e) requires “every person, organization, or private enterprise” to eliminate ‘discrimination’ on the basis of disability. (In other words, every home and business owner would have to be fully accessible to those with disabilities.)
Article 4(2) allows the U.N. to determine the legitimacy and lawfulness of the budget of the United States to assess compliance. It also requires the United States, as a wealthy nation, to fund ‘disability programs’ in poor nations.
Article 6(2) promotes abortion rights, homosexual rights, and demands the complete disarmament of our population by forcing the United States to comply with the general provisions of the U.N. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.
Article 7(2) empowers the government (acting as an arm of the U.N. according to U.N. norms) to determine what is best for all children with disabilities… (American federal law currently requires public schools to offer special assistance to children with disabilities, but no parent is required to accept such assistance.)
Article 15 calls for a ban on “inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.” This the exact same ‘noble’ language used in the U.N. Convention of the Rights of Children (UN CRC) outlawing all corporal punishment, which has been authoritatively interpreted to ban any spanking by parents and is not limited to persons with disabilities.
Article 25 ERADICATES parental rights by omitting the parental rights rules of earlier human rights treaties and coupling it with “the best interest of the child” standard in Article 7(2). This same article also requires signees to “provide persons with disabilities … free or affordable health care … including in the area of sexual and reproductive health and population-based health programmes.”
The CRDP removes parental authority in favor of faceless bureaucracy, and leaves international agencies and government in charge of deciding what’s best for OUR children! These decisions must NEVER be surrendered to international agencies, national governments, nor ultimately subject to the America-undermining United Nations general assembly. This treaty leaves the health, welfare, well being, education and the futures of OUR disabled American youth at the mercy of the America-hating, ever-expanding United Nations globalists.
Write or call your Senators. I do know that those who have democrat/socialist/commie senators may not get what they want, but we must push for this to be voted down in the Senate. All we have to do is get our Republican senators to vote no and get it knocked down since it takes 2/3rds of the Senate to ratify a treaty.
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