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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 8/30/2002 7:18:46 AM EST
Politicians and lobbyists in Washington often sneak controversial legislation through Congress when the public is highly focused on other issues, such as Iraq. These professional politicos are preparing to make their move to have the U.S. Senate quietly pass an extremely controversial treaty: the United Nations "Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). Just before the U.S. Senate adjourned for its August recess, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted 12-7 along strict party lines to report CEDAW to the full Senate for a vote. This action was led by committee chairman Joseph Biden (D-DE) and committee member Barbara Boxer (D-CA). According to the Senate Republican Policy Committee, "CEDAW -- the 'Rip Van Winkle' treaty -- was first submitted to the Senate by President Carter in 1980, but it lay dormant for 14 years. In 1994, President Clinton sought Senate action on CEDAW, yet the treaty was too divisive to reach the Senate floor. In fact, in its 22-year history, the treaty has never come to a full vote. Why? Because this treaty has serious problems." Problems such as 1. forcing the U.S. to rewrite national and state laws to conform to United Nations social engineering; 2. undermining U.S. sovereignty; 3. turning lose on America a team of 23 U.N. "inspectors" who will use "numerical equivalence" (read quotas) to judge; U.S. compliance with this U.N. edict; and, 4. forcing women into front-line combat. The socialist, world-government fanatics believe they have waited long enough to get CEDAW passed by the U.S. Senate. They are poised to make their move while the public is focused on Iraq. Be prepared to contact your two U.S. senators very soon -- probably next week. A few of the best articles and commentaries exposing CEDAW can be found at [url]http://www.thelibertycommittee.org/cedaw.htm[/url]
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