How “Big Brother” Plans to Become Mom and Dad

Me and politics mix about like oil and water.  Much of the time I show a real lack of enthusiasm or even apathy when it comes to legislation.  So, when something catches my attention within the political climate, it’s a big deal.

Such is the case with the Parental Rights Amendment.

This amendment is a preemptive change in the Constitution  to secure the fundamental rights of parents to know and to act in the best interest of their children.  It is necessary in regards to fairly recent changes in the United Nations and their establishment of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, or better known as the UNCRC or CRC.  This treaty, presented as a way to help protect children, actually makes them more vulnerable and ties the hands of parents by giving parental rights to the government.

Can this really happen in America?  Many disregard it, most are completely unaware, but US courts are increasingly ruling in favor of children over parents. To reiterate, I am not a political activists by any means, but we must understand the real danger involved with proven trends in government to break down the family unit.

Please take about 35 minutes to watch the video below, it is well worth it.

 

 

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About jdarrington

I am a lover of God and a follower of His Son, Jesus Christ. I serve Him as the Associate Pastor to Children and Their Families at First Baptist Church of Borger, TX. For over 16 years I have pursued God’s call upon my life to minister to families in various forms and capacities. I serve alongside my wife, Ronnie, and my four beautiful and amazing children. Together we seek to bring children and their families to a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

Posted on November 21, 2011, in Family, Parenting. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thank you for sharing this. It is because of horror stories, such as these, that we opted to homeschool. Thank goodness for groups like this and the AFA for making people aware of what is going on in our government.

    Thanks, again, for sharing!

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