"Every child is our child."

- Motto of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

 


Are you concerned that...


  • The UN's aim has always been to take over our educational system?

    The UN launched its Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1946 with the announced intent to usurp parents' rights to educate and train their children. UNESCO heavyweight Dr. Luther Evans stated, "UNESCO's is a radical program.... To make the system of the UN and its specialized agencies work, we must sweep past traditional barriers...." (emphasis added.) Radio newscaster Paul Harvey condemned UNESCO's undermining of patriotism in one of his broadcasts: "Through UNESCO, American children are influenced away from their national allegiance. American children are being indoctrinated with world government."

  • The UN's Convention on the Rights of the Child would insert government between parents and children?

    Proposed for ratification in 1989, its language states that governments shall insure children's rights to "freedom of thought, conscience and religion," "privacy," "rest and leisure," and much more. According to this UN document, parents shall not be allowed to shield their children from harmful groups and philosophies, inspect their rooms for dangerous items, or require them to do their assigned chores.

    ts article 13 states: "The child shall have the right to freedom of expression; this right shall include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art, or through any other media of the child's choice." Should that kind of "freedom" be mandated for children, parents will have lost any power over what their children may be exposed to.

  • Harmful UN programs are undermining America's educational system?

    In 1990, the "World Conference on Education for All" met in Jomtien, Thailand. Sponsored by UNESCO, UNICEF, the UN Development Program, the UN World Bank and other UN agencies, the conference produced a document entitled "Framework for Action to Meet Basic Learning Needs." Its recommendations became the basis for educational systems in the U.S. known as "Goals 2000," "Outcome-based Education," and "School-to-Work." Congressman Henry Hyde (R-Ill.) has criticized these programs as "a concept for dumbing-down our schools and changing the character of the nation through behavior modification."





"As long as the child breathes the poisoned air of nationalism, education in world-mindedness can produce only rather precarious results."

-UNESCO-produced pamphlet in the Toward World Understanding series

 
"The people who have taught us to believe whatever they were told by their parents or their teachers are the people who are the menace to the world."

-Dr. G. Brook Chrisholm, former Director General of the UN's World Health Organization

 
"[F]amilies mist also become the medium for promoting new values and behavior consistent with the rights of individual family members, as established by various United Nations instruments." (Emphasis added.)

-Program for the UN's "International Year of the Family," 1994