U.N. to Seek Control of the Internet

Sexual Orientation And Gender Identity Still Divide UN General Assembly

US wins seat on UN Human Rights Council

UN Says Access To Contraception A Human Right

U.N. Plotting Takeover Of Internet: ‘Several nations are set on asserting intergovernmental control’

    Steve Elwart at WorldNetDaily: The hope of several countries is that they can expand the ITU’s jurisdiction to the Internet, replacing the current governing system with one that is controlled by a U.N. bureaucracy. The member nations will also consider an “Internet tax” designed to collect money from more affluent nations and redistribute it to poorer nations to improve their Internet infrastructure. ITRs do not currently include regulation of the Internet within their jurisdiction, since they have not been revised since the beginning of the Internet communications era.


  • Posted: 11/09/2012
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Report on Intolerance Against Christians Submitted to UN Human Rights Commission

Fire Alarm Goes Off As Diplomats Criticize Human Rights Boss

UN Special Rapporteur Focuses On Right To Religious Conversion and Freedom From Forced Conversion

“Panel debates gay rights vs. religious liberty” | Baptist Press

Jews seek succor at matriarch’s tomb

High Commissioner Continues Push for LGBT Rights Despite Setbacks

UN Schools for “Palestinians” refuse to teach the holocaust, U.S. funds 22%

Abortion: USAID is proposing a plan of implants | DiarioPanorama.com

    DiarioPanorama.com (translation from Spanish by Google): The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID, for its acronym in Spanish) announced on World Contraception Day partnership with international donors to distribute Jadelle (second generation Norplant) among women poor in developing countries. This contraceptive is not marketed for use in more affluent countries. The product was developed by the Population Council, a group known for its eugenic roots. “The most likely eugenic goals will be attained under another name than that of eugenics” wrote Frederick Osborn, the first president of the Population Council, founded by John D. Rockefeller III in the fifties . . . One of the topics discussed was related to the interaction between domestic legislation and the institutions that protect the life and “soft law” transnationalist, that pro-abortion activists demanding liberalization of practice frequently mentioned. Nikolas Nikas, the Bioethics Defense Fund presented a panel on international law which was attended by Jane Adolphe, Ave Maria University, Stefano Gennarini, the Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute (C-FAM Friday Fax editor) and Piero Tozzi, Defending the Freedom Alliance. Another of the speakers was Francisco Javier Borrego Borrego, former member of the European Court of Human Rights


  • Posted: 10/18/2012
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UN General Assembly to condemn blasphemy as hate speech?

New Threats to Free Speech

USAID Unleashes Norplant-Like Implant for Poor Women

UN council delivers blow to Obama administration’s homosexual agenda

Human Rights Council Attempts to Create Abortion Right

UN Human Rights Commissioner seeks to criminalise abortion opposition

UN Global Tax for Health?

World faces ageing population time bomb says UN

New Study Reignites Abortion Drug Controversy

    C-FAM: A new study critiquing a drug’s effectiveness in childbirth sparked a vicious backlash from the abortion lobby this week, deepening concerns over the politicization of international maternal health research. A study published in the prestigious journal of the Royal Society of Medicine investigated how well the drug misoprostol prevents life-threatening bleeding in women who have just delivered a baby. It found that existing research is insufficient to justify the inclusion of misoprostol on the World Health Organization’s (WHO) list of essential medicines.


  • Posted: 09/27/2012
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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Arab League calls for criminalization of blasphemy

Morsi Wants Free Speech Linked To Responsibility

Obama Urges UN To Confront Roots Of Muslim Rage

Muslim-led nations seek global ban on insults of Muhammad

U.N. Secretary General: Free speech OK only if it doesn’t provoke or humiliate

    Eugene Volokh at the Volokh Conspiracy quoting the UN Secretary General: All human beings have the inalienable right to freedom of expression, freedom of assembly. These are very fundamental rights. But, at the same time, this freedom of expression should not be abused by individuals. Freedom of expression should be and must be guaranteed and protected, when they are used for common justice, common purpose. When some people use this freedom of expression to provoke or humiliate some others’ values and beliefs, then this cannot be protected in such a way. So, my position is that freedom of expression, while it is a fundamental right and privilege, should not be abused by such people, by such a disgraceful and shameful act.


  • Posted: 09/24/2012
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Outrage over anti-Islam video threatens to reignite blasphemy debate at U.N.

UN Secretary General Defies UN Member States on LGBT and Reproductive Issues

U.N. chief says anti-Islam filmmaker abused freedom of expression

How Much Does the U.N. Cost Us?

US Experts Testify on Dangers of Disabilities Treaty

Asian Population Conference Laments Aging But Touts Abortion and Contraception

UN in midst of campaign to normalize homosexual behavior in international law

Philippine Legislator Says High Maternal Mortality Figures Propaganda

Disability Treaty Loses Support Over Abortion Worries

U.S. joins China to undermine “traditional values” in Geneva

UN Human Rights Council Scraps Universal Values In Favor Of Special Interests

Rejecting The ICC And Casey’s Pax Roeana

Palestinians to seek U.N. status

Human Rights Roulette: What It Means To Ratify A New UN Treaty

Forced Abortion Victims File UN Complaint Against One-Child Policy

UN Assembly to ask Syria’s Assad to step down

UN: Hariri Tribunal Rejects Legal Challenges

51 senators voice grave concerns with arms treaty

GOPers approve UN disabilities pact despite abortion concerns

U.N. Commission Calls for Legalizing Prostitution Worldwide

Nations Fight UN CEDAW Committee Pushing Abortions

Hidden Abortion Agenda in UN Convention on Disability Rights

Video: Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s Defamation of Religion Initiative

Fighting Rages in Syria, UN Votes to Pull Observers

Governments Fight Back Against CEDAW Committee

Here’s Twenty Bucks: Don’t Have Babies

UN Assoc. of the USA Receives $50K UPS Grant to develop “global citizens”

UN High Commission Ignores Pro-Life Concerns on Treaty Body Reform

UN Treaty Threatens Families — Senate Considers Dangerous United Nations Treaty Undermining Parental Rights

Catholic Melinda Gates defies the Vatican shells out $560 million for birth control

Melinda Gates Family Planning Summit Raises $4.6B for Population Control

“‘Why We Care’ Paints Intimate Portraits of Why Global Leaders Support Access to Reproductive Health”

Arab Uprisings Point Up Flaws in International Criminal Court

Guyana Delegation Agrees: Maternal Mortality Not Linked To Unsafe Abortions

Opposition to UN arms treaty heats up

More parents in the U.S. refusing vaccine overloads promoted by UN and Big Pharma

Bethlehem: UNESCO places Church of the Nativity on endangered site

UN to survey gender sensitivity of science policies

A battle for Internet freedom as UN meeting nears

Palestine nominates birthplace of Jesus in controversial UNESCO World Heritage bid

Abortion Proponents Admit Defeat at Rio Conference

‘Expect more women to need “baby boxes”‘

The U.N.’s Internet Power Grab: Leaked documents show a real threat to the international flow of information.

CEDAW Committee Criticizes Democratic Law Making Process in Brazil to Promote Abortion

Donald Rumsfeld: Why the UN Shouldn’t Own the Seas

The Movement for Global Taxation

33% of North Korean children suffering from malnutrition, says UN

Western Critics of Democracy: “Accomplices to Injustice”