The vital child-parent relationship is deeply valued in millions of homes across the nation.

Yet most American families have no idea of the extent to which this precious relationship is now jeopardized by the threat of international treaty law.

Today the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is approaching a possible ratification by the United States Senate.

This treaty, as harmless as it may appear, is capable of attacking the very core of the child-parent relationship, removing parents from their central role in the growth and development of a child, and replacing them with the long arm of government supervision within the home. – from parentalrights.org

My understanding is that if a treaty is ratified by the United States, it becomes law.

So in the case of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNRC), if the United States signs it, an international body will be in control of deciding what is best for our children!

International law will supersede our own state and federal laws.

International law will govern our children and our parental hands will be tied. There won’t be anything we can do about it at that point. The time to act is now.

Please familiarize yourself with the dangers of the UNRC.

Many countries around the world have already signed the UNRC treaty and the results have been horrific. If you have not already done so, please consider signing the petition at parentalrights.org.

The founder of parentalrights.org, Michael Farris, is working on an amendment to our Constitution that will protect our parenting rights in the U.S. Can you take a moment to read and sign the petition, and pray for the protection of our parental rights in the United States?

Share this information with your friends and family so that we can all take a stand together to protect our precious freedoms.

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4 Comments on UNRC Treaty – What it is & What We Can Do

  1. Amber @ Classic Housewife
    March 10, 2009 at 4:44 pm (8 years ago)

    Thanks, Karen! I’ve been wanting to write about this myself. Do you mind if I copy the beginning and link to the rest here?
    s

  2. Avily Jerome
    March 10, 2009 at 11:01 pm (8 years ago)

    Wow, thanks so much for posting that! I’ve heard of similar things being passed and made law because of the international law thing. That is so disturbing!
    I just signed. Thanks!

  3. Sweet Serendipity
    March 11, 2009 at 7:29 am (8 years ago)

    Hey babes,
    Sooo glad to see you posted about this! It is such an important issue that seems to be flying under that radar. I too have been meaning to post about it, but life keeps getting in the way! I will post in the next day or so (note to self) and link to your post, ok?
    Thanks, you rock!

  4. Daiquiri @ Call Her Blessed
    March 11, 2009 at 2:55 pm (8 years ago)

    This is such scary stuff! I recently blogged about this too – we can’t let this become law! sI went over and signed the petition – I hope everyone else does too. sThanks for spreading the word 🙂
    s
    ~ Daiquiri
    Call Her Blessed

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