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    How the Convention on the Rights of the Child Will Destroy Family Sanctity

    By admin | August 18, 2010

    How the Convention on the Rights of the Child Will Destroy Family Sanctity

    by Aaron Young

    The Convention on the Rights of the Child, an international treaty commonly referred to as CRC, is one of the greatest threats to parental rights our country has ever witnessed.  Fasten your seatbelts for the fight for ratification.
    The CRC’s devastating impact on American children and their families can be seen easily in the text of the treaty and its application in both foreign states and in recent U.S. court decisions. Do not be misled by the arguments of American legislators, legal scholars and transnationalists who say U.S. ratification of the CRC would prove our commitment to the protection of the world’s children and their rights to the international community. The CRC is in no way a harmless treaty; it is an instrument used by transnationalists for widespread social change, beginning right here in our own country. Similar to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) treaty, U.S. ratification will in no way provide the children of the world with any additional forms of protections they don’t already enjoy under United States law, just as CEDAW affords women no rights beyond what they currently enjoy under U.S. law.
    The 54 articles within the treaty do not provide American children with any protection from any dangers that they do not already enjoy in the U.S…
    Read the rest of the article here: http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/id.6119/pub_detail.asp

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