Michael Farris, chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association has informed us that multiple sources are confirming that the dangerous United Nations treaty, Convention for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities will soon be considered before the Foreign Relations Committee again. Thanks to the work of Farris and others, a huge grassroots campaign was organized and successfully defeated CRPD last year. So why is it back?
If you know anything about the Progressive agenda, then you should know how determined they are to gain more control over our kids. The elitist mentality of the left does not care about the will of the people. Over and over, we are being indoctrinated with this propaganda that the government knows what is best for us and our children.
Do you remember the campaign that was unleashed right after the full Senate vote last year? Republicans were demonized for voting against the disabled. The liberal media happily played along in an effort to try to shame Republicans for not going along with this globalist agenda.
It may not be clear at first glance, but the United Nations CRPD is based on the deception that ratifying this treaty would protect the rights of the disabled. In reality this dangerous treaty would discard the rights of parents to govern the education and healthcare decisions for their disabled children. It would exchange parental rights for governmental control and intrusion.
This whole mentality is not exclusive to international treaties. It has trickled down to lower courts and their decision making as well. According to www.ParentalRights.org our parental rights in this nation are hanging on by a thread. We must not only fight dangerous treaties like the UN CRPD but fight to protect parental rights on a statewide level as well.
Here in North Carolina ,we have taken this threat seriously. We can no longer take for granted that our government or our courts will defend any implied parental rights.
“§ 115C-6. Parental rights protected.
7 The liberty of a parent to direct the upbringing, education, and care of his or her child is a
8 fundamental right. Neither the State nor any agency or locality of the State shall infringe on a
9 parent’s rights to the care, custody, and control of his or her child without demonstrating that its
10 governmental interest as applied to the person is of the highest order and not otherwise served.”
As a parent, I sacrifice whatever it takes to give my kids the best care and upbringing possible. I know my kids better than anyone else. I believe it is my right as a parent to make decisions that are in the best interest of my children. I am not willing to let any government entity replace my role as a parent. Are you?
Please join me in this fight. Contact www.parentalrights.org to get more information on United Nations CRPD and what you can do about it. If you are in NC go to www.NCleg.net to find out more about HB711. Call your NC representatives and ask them to support HB711. Please do it today! Our kids are counting on us!
By: Donna Mauney
Donna is a homeschooling mother of eight children, 5 biological and 3 adopted. She became involved in politics when she started homeschooling, in order to protect her rights as a parent and freedom to homeschool. Since then she has been active in several campaigns on a grassroots level.
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