Pro-family movement earned big win at the United Nations

  7/18/2015

About a week ago, a major pro-family victory was won at the UN.  Thanks to a coalition of African and other developing countries, China and Russia and a support group of socially conservative NGOs.

This is a big loss for the Obama administration who has made it a priority to push the destruction of the natural family on the nations with political presser at the UN.

Lifesitenews.com reported these additional details.  

“This is unprecedented, a tremendous victory for the family,” Sharon Slater, the head of Family Watch International, told LifeSiteNews. “It is the first time ever in the history of the United Nations that a comprehensive resolution has been passed calling for the protection of the family as a fundamental unit of society, recognizing the prior right of parents to educate their children, and calling on all nations to create family-sensitive policies and recognize their binding obligations under treaty to protect the family.”

“Nonetheless, said Ruse, “The globe was with us on this resolution. Only a small number of countries backed the LGBT agenda. You can be certain the United States lobbied with great energy against this resolution. Supporting the LGBT agenda is a primary objective of U.S. foreign policy.””

The US was unable to force the smaller nations to vote against the revolution.  

“The U.N. Human Rights Council adopted a resolution protecting the family, reaffirming it as the "natural and fundamental group unit of society."”

“Fourteen countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, and several other European nations voted against it, while 29 voted in favor and four abstained.”

“Much of the opposition stems from gay rights supporters who believe the resolution lays the foundation for opposing LGBT rights under international law.”

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