Talk:One-world government

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It's the 'Book of Revelation' not 'Revelations' --User:Spinnydizzy 08:53, 09 March 2010 (GMT)

Yes. And the reason you couldn't remove the "s" at the end of the link is? There was a re-direct in place since 2007 for anyone searching with the wrong name. --ṬK/Admin/Talk 07:11, 9 March 2010 (EST)

Sorry - I didn't realise I could amend specific entries. --Spinnydizzy 14:45, 09 March 2010 (GMT)

I apologize but this article seems to be leaning on the side of a conspiracy theory. Yes as a definition this article would be fine to have, but what is written suggests some kind of plot.--Colesmithsayshi 14:06, 31 December 2012 (EST)

@ ColeSmith - Be specific please. Cite details.

More importantly, the UN has several conventions that essentially override national govt.

atified by the Senate, meaning it is not yet enforceable law in the U.S. Among other provisions, CRC would make it the government’s job to review parental decision-making, ban the practice of spanking, and allow children access to reproductive health information without parental consent.

2) United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). While this treaty is intended to protect persons with disabilities, it contains multiple provisions that violate parental rights and give the government unprecedented control over families of children with special needs. Among other things, CRPD gives governments the authority to decide the best interests of children with disabilities, requires registering children with disabilities at birth, and could be used to justify federal abortion funding. This treaty was narrowly rejected by the Senate in 2012.

3) United Nations Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). This treaty has provisions that outlaw sex and gender stereotyping in all levels and forms of education, debasing traditional conceptions of the family. It prohibits teaching any differences between gender roles, and could give Congress the power to legislate what homeschool families teach. This treaty has also not been ratified by the Senate.

Oh, and dont forget Agenda21, which isnt a program of force, but clearly of political (e.g. power) means to get it done. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Onlinefun (talk)