What Would You Say If We Told You That The United States Senate Is About To Ratify A U.N. Treaty That Seeks To • Eradicate Your Parental Rights • Advance Abortion Around The World • Sexualize Children As Young As Five-Years Old • And Institute Population-Control Measures At Home And Abroad?
What would you say if we told you that a number of Senate Republicans have joined hands with the Democrats and are actually pushing the ratification of this United Nations treaty, either because they are legitimately ignorant when it comes to the actual language of this treaty, or are simply too scared to oppose it because it is masquerading as an international effort to affirm the rights of disabled persons?
We couldn’t have made it up if we tried. As a matter of fact, Senator Jim DeMint, who is leading the charge in opposition to this United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) treaty, came right out and said: “When you look at the language in the treaty you realize THERE ARE OTHER THINGS AT STAKE HERE. A LOT OF THE LANGUAGE IN THERE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH DISABILITIES….” [Emphasis Ours]
And now, CRPD actually stands a better-than-even chance of actually being ratified because RINO Senators Richard Lugar, John Barrasso and Johnny Isakson, voted with the Democratic majority in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to send it to the full Senate for ratification… and we’re not about to let our elected officials pass this unholy thing in the dark of night while no one is looking.
The Problem With The CRPD Is That It’s Not Really About Helping Persons With Disabilities. In Actuality, It’s A Ploy To Trick Us Into Voluntarily Surrendering Our Sovereignty.
Make no mistake, the canard of addressing the needs of the disabled is simply pretty ribbons and bows. What’s inside the actual package is the surrender of our sovereignty to the America-haters and tyrannical third-world dictatorships that call themselves United Nations Members.
And we’re not the only ones saying it. The Heritage Foundation writes that “ratifying it [the CRPD] would subject the U.S. to UNTOLD THREATS against its sovereignty and invite further intrusion by U.N. officials into sensitive social and domestic policies.” [Emphasis Ours]
Heritage goes on to say: “However, U.S. ratification of the [CRPD] is more than merely superfluous; the [CRPD] threatens American sovereignty in a variety of ways. As with other human rights treaties, the [CRPD] established a treaty body composed of unelected ‘experts’ … that evaluates the compliance of state parties to the treaty.”
Those are mighty strong words coming from an organization like Heritage that strives to phrase just about everything in as dignified and academic a manner as humanly possible. There can be no mistake, CRPD is all about the surrender of our national sovereignty… and we’re in no mood to surrender it… we’re not going to stand by a let it happen without a fight.
Senator Jim DeMint said: “We don’t need to go beyond our Constitution and federalist system by allowing our fundamental rights to be dictated by unaccountable and unelected international bureaucrats.”
John Bolton, the former-Ambassador to the United Nations, was making an obvious reference to the CRPD as the hat-trick to LOST and ATT when he recently said: “I think there are a lot of threats to American sovereignty that the Obama administration has had cooking in the U.N. They’ve kept it kind of low key.”
And Bonnie Alba, an independent columnist, who served in various positions in the Department of Defense, said of the United Nations: “[I]f we acquiesce to the U.N. plan to run the world under the guise of helping the poor and weak, there is one guarantee. Over time all nations would lose their national sovereignty to the U.N. which would end up performing as a Banana Republic Dictatorship through enforced collection of taxes. And accountable to no one.”
And what is perhaps the ultimate irony is that this treaty, if ratified, would probably do nothing to safeguard the innate, inalienable (and for those of us in the United States, God-given) rights of people with disabilities. (Via the Western Center for Journalism) Time to make some calls!