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Offline floatingrocks

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UNCRC Threatens U.S.A. soveriegnty
« on: July 11, 2011, 06:20:28 pm »
  The UNCRC.
Known as the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child. Under international law, the treaty overrides even our Constitution and could destroy American sovereignty by imposing international rulings on American law,
The treaty would largely hand over parental authority on such things as religious upbringing, discipline, and education to the government, which would be required to answer to the dictates of a liberal international committee. Just as disturbing, it would give children unprecedented rights against their parents—a reversal of roles
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Offline Freeski

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Re: UNCRC Threatens U.S.A. soveriegnty
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2011, 07:52:39 pm »
Why is an amendment needed at all? Doesn't the U.S. Constitution specifically identify the powers of the federal government, and all of those powers not specifically mentioned, default to the States, assuming State Constitutions even have any say in the matter themselves? And where does the United Nations get any authority on the issue anyway? Furthermore, there's the issue and danger of any changes to the Constitution because such a move would require a Constitutional Convention -- which in my understanding -- means the whole thing is then opened up and up for "change" (which is an extremely dangerous and serious threat to basically everything -- especially the 2nd Amendment). That's my understanding but I'm just a retarded Canuck so I may be way off base here.

I say boot the U.N. out and problem solved.
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