The flyer below from RADAR gives the basic information about the nefarious designs and activities of organisations affiliated to United Nations.
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CEDAW is a treaty promoted by the United
Nations. CEDAW stands for the Convention on the
Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against
CEDAW has a committee of 23 U.N. “gender
experts” that enforce compliance with the treaty.
These are some of the enforcement actions the
committee has taken in recent years:
• Told China to de-criminalize prostitution.
• Criticized Ireland for the role of religion in
• Censured Belarus for observing Mother’s Day.
Concerned Women for America warned, “CEDAW
is fundamentally flawed…The United States should
not give our prestige, nor subject our citizens, to
When a UN’s convention aims to de-criminalize prostitution and also censure Mother’s Day at the same time, you know who is behind it – the feminazis and female supremacists.
And the Domestic Violence industry (the bureaucracy, lawyers, judiciary) wants us to believe that families are the worst oppressors of women:
The Department of Justice reports that only 2% of
aggressive incidents between partners involve
married couples who live together.
The intact family is the safest place for women and men.
But the well-financed domestic violence industry
wants you to believe the opposite – that the best
way to stop abuse is to break up families.
The most tragi-comic incident is hardly credulous, but you have to stretch your beliefs when dealing with the feminazis:
Talk-show host David Letterman was accused of
committing domestic violence against a woman that he
had never met or heard of. A New Mexico judge
granted a restraining order against Letterman on the
grounds that he had harassed the woman with mental
telepathic messages and televised facial gestures. The
case was eventually dismissed.