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    Exclamation The Senate is expected to take up the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child.

    Gov't = caretaker, parent = babysitter (OneNewsNow.com)
    Gov't = caretaker, parent = babysitter
    Charlie Butts - OneNewsNow - 6/5/2010 4:20:00 AMBookmark and Share

    family portrait silhouetteThe Senate is expected to take up the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child.



    The effort is a dangerous treaty for the family, according to pediatrician Rosemary Stein of Burlington, North Carolina, and a spokesperson for the Christian Medical Association (CMA).

    "It takes away the parents' rights to rear their child and gives it to the government," she explains. "The government becomes the caretaker and the guardian, and the parent becomes the babysitter. Another way to define it would be 'the government takeover of our children.'"

    If the contract is enforced, the government would have the right to intercede or supersede if officials believe the parents are doing something that is not in the best interest of the child. An example of this comes from Germany, where the government has passed laws that ban parents from homeschooling their children.

    "I didn't know that it was this insidious, and at the same time, this overwhelming," Stein laments. "It goes over everything -- what you teach them, what you do with them [and] how they're reared."

    The CMA spokesman predicts this will change society from the bottom up. For instance, a 16-year-old girl in Great Britain asked her parents to let her boyfriend move in and share her bedroom. When the parents said no, the teen filed suit and won.

    It is not known when the U.S. Senate will try to ratify the treaty, so Dr. Stein says people need to start contacting their senators to voice their views.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    Quote Originally Posted by HK4U View Post
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    Charlie Butts - OneNewsNow - 6/5/2010 4:20:00 AMBookmark and Share

    family portrait silhouetteThe Senate is expected to take up the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child.



    The effort is a dangerous treaty for the family, according to pediatrician Rosemary Stein of Burlington, North Carolina, and a spokesperson for the Christian Medical Association (CMA).

    "It takes away the parents' rights to rear their child and gives it to the government," she explains. "The government becomes the caretaker and the guardian, and the parent becomes the babysitter. Another way to define it would be 'the government takeover of our children.'"

    If the contract is enforced, the government would have the right to intercede or supersede if officials believe the parents are doing something that is not in the best interest of the child. An example of this comes from Germany, where the government has passed laws that ban parents from homeschooling their children.

    "I didn't know that it was this insidious, and at the same time, this overwhelming," Stein laments. "It goes over everything -- what you teach them, what you do with them [and] how they're reared."

    The CMA spokesman predicts this will change society from the bottom up. For instance, a 16-year-old girl in Great Britain asked her parents to let her boyfriend move in and share her bedroom. When the parents said no, the teen filed suit and won.

    It is not known when the U.S. Senate will try to ratify the treaty, so Dr. Stein says people need to start contacting their senators to voice their views.
    The sheeple will ignore this one too....Our local school district just started an IB/PYP (International Baccalaureate) which is UN based, and they couldn't understand the uproar from the parents...

    I am slowly losing any hope that we will stave this off...too many apathetic people out there

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    Has nothing to do with the good of children, has everything, and I mean everything to do with a NEW WORLD ORDER! Sieg Heil!

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    Basically this says, "It's not good for you to home school your child (or you using the Alinsky-approved curricula?) and your guns are a hazard to your child. Turn the guns, or the child over to the State."

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    The conservative, Constitutionalist citizens of this country HAVE to, if possible, put a stop to this spiraling progressive movement within our governments (local, State and Federal). This is NOT the America that I grew up in! This is NOT the America for which untold numbers of our citizens have fought and died. This is deplorable...it's alarming...it's un-American and IT MUST BE STOPPED BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE! Where are the statesmen? We need them to stand up now and help us lead our beloved nation back-- to her future...a future where she will stand tall and proud upon the Constitution and as one nation under God!
    Conservative Wife & Mom -- I'm a Conservative Christian-American with dual citizenship...the Kingdom of God is my 1st home and the U.S.A. is my 2nd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HK4U View Post
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    Charlie Butts - OneNewsNow - 6/5/2010 4:20:00 AMBookmark and Share

    family portrait silhouetteThe Senate is expected to take up the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child.



    The effort is a dangerous treaty for the family, according to pediatrician Rosemary Stein of Burlington, North Carolina, and a spokesperson for the Christian Medical Association (CMA).

    "It takes away the parents' rights to rear their child and gives it to the government," she explains. "The government becomes the caretaker and the guardian, and the parent becomes the babysitter. Another way to define it would be 'the government takeover of our children.'"

    If the contract is enforced, the government would have the right to intercede or supersede if officials believe the parents are doing something that is not in the best interest of the child. An example of this comes from Germany, where the government has passed laws that ban parents from homeschooling their children.

    "I didn't know that it was this insidious, and at the same time, this overwhelming," Stein laments. "It goes over everything -- what you teach them, what you do with them [and] how they're reared."

    The CMA spokesman predicts this will change society from the bottom up. For instance, a 16-year-old girl in Great Britain asked her parents to let her boyfriend move in and share her bedroom. When the parents said no, the teen filed suit and won.

    It is not known when the U.S. Senate will try to ratify the treaty, so Dr. Stein says people need to start contacting their senators to voice their views.
    Talk about braqinwashing. What better way of spreading the infection of liberalism. Brainwash the children and you can push your agenda much easier.

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