UN abortion-pushers pressure Nicaragua

UN abortion-pushers pressure Nicaragua

Speaking of pressure by United Nations social engineers (as I did yesterday), the UN’s powerful CEDAW committee tried to strong-arm Nicaragua against passing a law banning abortion, attacking the Catholic Church all the while.

In a letter to the Nicaraguan National Assembly, Silvia Pimentel, vice chairman of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), criticized the influence of “the hierarchies of the Catholic Church and some Evangelical churches” in the draft reforms of Nicaragua’s penal code, reports Susan Yoshihara in C-Fam’s Friday Fax.

Pimentel is a Brazilian abortion activist who asserts that “the right to therapeutic abortion is inherent in human rights, like the right to life and right to health.” This is the type of radical that UN employs in its high-level committees.

The CEDAW committee is the implementation arm of the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women, which has primarily come to mean abortion, even though it is not mentioned in any international treaty. The committee uses whatever means necessary to force small, developing nations to acquiesce to its will, including the threat of withholding development loans and aid.

Pro-abortion, pro-homosexual, pro-radical social engineering activists have turned their attention and activities toward the UN because they see it as a universal enforcement mechanism for the plans without having to go through messy democratic means. Radicals have long been worried that there is a right-wing cabal creating a New World Order, starting with George H.W. Bush’s use of the term, but in reality it is the radical minority viewpoint being pushed by these activists on the majority of the world that has a New World Order as its aim.

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Domenico Bettinelli