Saturday, July 28, 2012

Proposed U.N. Treaty—an Attack on the Unborn and Parental Rights   

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From: Family Research Council

“Trick or Treaty

It’s the latest threat to parents’ rights that no one knows about—and yesterday, the Senate moved one step closer to making it the law of the land. Like most U.N. treaties, this one sounds harmless enough. But make no mistake—its innocuous name, Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), masks a cunning attack on parental authority, unborn life, and U.S. sovereignty. Of course, this is a favorite strategy of liberal administrations: using treaties to get radical policies through the country’s backdoor. In this instance, it would bring our nation even closer to President Obama's apparent goal of putting America under global governance.

As Phyllis Schafly points out, the U.S. already enacted the strongest piece of disabilities legislation in the world. This idea that the U.N. ‘can provide more benefits or protections for persons with disabilities than the U.S. is bizarre,’ she writes in an excellent column that debunks the need for such a treaty. ‘The United States always treats individuals, able or disabled, rich or poor, innocent or guilty, better than any nation.’ Democrats argue that it would help the rest of the world ‘catch up’ to our standards. But, as Senator Jim DeMint and others have made clear, the U.S. doesn’t need to sign away its rights to provide leadership in that area.

While this is a noble cause that embodies the American ethic—treating people with dignity and respect—it gives the U.N. a profound stake in U.S. law and the rights of people across the country (A U.N. that is already pushing for the MURDER of unborn babies throughout the world! How can any person who supports life not be concerned about any treaty from such an organization?—my addition). Specifically, the CRPD takes aim at parents, declaring that an international body—not moms and dads—will be the ultimate authority on issues like education. The treaty slips in phrases like ‘best interest of the child,’ (As determined by whom?—my addition) which, as Senator Rick Santorum pointed out with me on last week's radio show, are ‘red alert alarm words.’ They mean that government officials or courts will be in the position of deciding what’s in your child’s best interest—not you. Under CRPD, the government would supersede parents in setting course plans for both gifted and special needs kids (WHAT!—my addition). The Homeschool Legal Defense Association is concerned—and rightly so. It maintains that this Convention signals a dramatic turnaround in parental rights.

And, of course, it wouldn’t be a U.N. proposal if it didn’t include a backdoor to greater abortion access. ‘The feminists saw to it that this treaty about disabilities includes language in Article 25 that requires signatories to ‘provide persons with disabilities ... free or affordable health care (What!—my addition),’ Phyllis notes, ‘including in the area of sexual and reproductive health and population-based health programs.’’ Translation: the global community could force America to sanction sterilization or abortion for the disabled—at taxpayer expense! Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) tried to neutralize the threat yesterday during the mark-up in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Unfortunately, his amendment (which would have stopped the treaty from forcing abortion policy on countries that sign) was thwarted by Senator John Kerry (D-Massachusetts) after a debate that you can watch here.

Although Sen. DeMint managed to delay the CRPD a week, the Committee, including three of its Republicans—Senators John Barrasso (Wy.), Richard Lugar (Ind.), Johnny Isakson (Ga.)—voted yesterday to send the treaty to the Senate floor, where it could be ratified as early as next week. Between now and then, it is absolutely critical for people to see that what’s at stake in this debate, which is nothing short of our authority as parents—and as a nation. By law, the Convention will need 67 votes to pass, which means we need to persuade at least 34 senators to defeat it. Contact your senators today and urge them to vote down this deadly infringement on U.S. sovereignty. Your rights depend on it.

From: Tea Party Nation

“ALERT—We Need To Stop The Disability Treaty—ALERT

Posted by Bill n Rebecca MacSems on July 27, 2012 at 11:52am


Yesterday 3 Republicans on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee joined with the Democrats and passed the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Treaty.

Senator Jim DeMint (R-S.C.), who has led opposition to the treaty, fought for a reservation to the treaty but was voted down when Sens Dick Lugar (R-Ind.), John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) and Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) joined the 10 Democrats on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

‘The last thing we want as a country is for our courts to deem some of our disabled policies against the law, because they’re different,’ DeMint said. ‘Because we want them to be better than what the United Nations can do.’

GOPers approve UN disabilities pact despite abortion concerns

We need to take action. Call the 3 senators who voted for the CRPD treaty and tell them to oppose the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Treaty.

Senator Dick Lugar (R-Ind.) (202) 224-4814

Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) (202) 224-6441

Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) (202) 224-3643

Call your own senator and ask them to oppose the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Treaty (CRPD).

Senators of the 112th Congress

UN Treaty Mischief on Disabilities

The United Nations in collusion with Obama’s globalists has cooked up another scheme to slice off a piece of U.S. sovereignty and put us under global government. The plan is to stampede the Senate into ratifying the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, CRPD.

CRPD’s Article 7 gives the government the power to override every decision of the parent of a disabled child by using the caveat ‘the best interest of the child.’ This phrase has already been abused by family courts to substitute judges’ decisions for parents’ decisions and transferring the use of that phrase to the government or to a U.N. committee is the wrong way to go.

The price of freedom is eternal vigilance

Thomas Jefferson”