"New World Order" Update
U.N. Demands that Poland Have Abortion on Demand
by Christopher A. Ferrara
As Cardinal Sodano goes his merry way promoting the United Nations and its evil outgrowth, the International Criminal Court, the UN continues to flex its muscles and demand that predominantly Catholic nations legalize abortion the veritable "sacrament" of "liberty" in the New World Order.
On November 9, 2004 LifeSiteNews.com reported that "The United Nations Human Rights Committee (UNHRC) concluded a review on Poland's compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), demanding that the mostly-Catholic nation liberalize its abortion laws. The UN committee composed of 18 UN human rights experts from various countries met with Polish officials on October 27 and 28, making its observations and recommendations on November 4."
The "Human Rights" Committee specifically concluded that Poland, where abortion is already legal in certain "hard cases, needs many more abortions than it already permits and "should liberalize its legislation and practice on abortion." In other words, the UN wants abortion on demand in Poland and throughout the New World Order.
The "Human Rights" Committee not only expressed "deep concern about restrictive abortion laws in Poland," it also "pushed contraception and sex-education." As its report concluded: "The State party (Poland) should assure the availability of contraceptives and free access to family planning services and methods. The Ministry of Education should ensure that schools include accurate and objective sexual education in their curricula."
LifeSite quotes Lech Kowalewski, spokesman for the Polish Federation of Pro-life Movements, who denounced the UN report as an "attack on the sovereignty of Poland." Kowalewski "is concerned that the UN report may influence the Polish government to adopt a pro-abortion bill which is under consideration " Meanwhile, says LifeSite, "Abortion supporters in the Polish Parliament welcomed the UN demands. These regulations have to be changed but that needs serious discussion, Cezary Mizejewski, secretary of state at the Social Affairs Ministry We cannot keep to the old view that everything is fine and just close our eyes, he said." This is the Popes own country, mind you, where His Holiness is practically idolized.
In June 2004 the "mainstream" Catholic journal Catholic World News ran an article entitled "Strange Alliance: The Vaticans Curious Enthusiasm for the UN." The article notes, with evident disapproval, the Popes own statement that "the Holy See considers the United Nations organization a significant means for promoting the universal common good." With all due respect to His Holiness, there is no evidence whatsoever to support that rosy assessment of an organization whose aims are manifestly at variance not only with the Catholic faith, but with the natural law.
The Vaticans enthusiasm for the UN is indeed "curious," for it is contrary to what one would expect of Catholic prelates whose mission is to advance the kingdom of the Church, not one world government. That the Popes own country is now targeted with UN demands for more abortion, while the Pope remains silent, is also very curious. But such is the unprecedented crisis in the Church today. Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us!