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June 28, 2005

UN sues Columbia to allow children to be murdered

From LifeNews:

Despite the repeated failure of attempts by the UN to pressure Colombia into decriminalizing abortion, the UN funded Women’s Link Worldwide (WLW) is suing Columbia into permitting abortion in so-called ‘extreme cases’. WLW is funded by the notoriously pro-abortion United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

This recent case is merely the latest in a series of attempts by the UN and UN-funded Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) to impose their idea of “reproductive” and “women rights” on Colombia. In 1999 the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against women (CEDAW) demanded that Columbia legalize abortion. And in 2004 pro-life UN lobbyist Samantha Singson reported that the representatives from Colombia were repeatedly hounded during a meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Committee to step into line with the official UN agenda and decriminalize abortion.

A heck of a whole lotta illicit drugs coming out of Columbia, but does the UN care about that? No, that's fine with them, they're in a tizzy because Columbia won't let careless women murder their unborn babies whenever they want to.

Then there's the question of who gave the UN the right to sue?!? The US has refused to ratify any of the so-called Human-Rights treaties the UN has foisted on more gullible countries. While Liberals criticize us for not doing so, those nation who have ratified the treaties, ignore them and continue to violate human rights. But rather than trying to enforce things like forced abortion, force female mutilation, the UN wants to pressure Columbia into allowing more babies to be murdered.

Posted by Danny Carlton at June 28, 2005 07:56 AM

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