Pope Present at Signing of Collaboration Agreement Between UNICEF, CONMEBOL and Scholas Occurrentes!!

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Further proof Bergoglio is NOT Catholic!

BEHIND THE MASK OF UNICEF

The face behind the mask at UNICEF is a very ugly one, indeed!

The United Nation’s Children’s Fund (UNICEF) claims to represent the needs of children throughout the world. It claims to prioritize a “first call” for children’s access to world resources in every nation. It claims, through its Convention on the Rights of the Child, to have formulated a program that will help guarantee well-being and respect for all children. Such claims form a false face masking a cynical program that uses children to prevent other children from being born. UNICEF’S record reveals that it is not a champion of children or family values. Throughout the world, UNICEF promotes population control programs which advocate abortion and utilize bookjuggling antics to fund abortifacients and sterilizations. If it’s true that we’re known by the company we keep, UNICEF may be better understood by examining some of its insidious collaborations.

UNICEF Collaborates

An “interagency partnership” composed of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the World Bank, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA), International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and the Population Council (PC) have proposed a “Safe Motherhood Initiative” centered on the legalization of abortion within all public and private maternal and health programs in developing countries. Within the partnership, the World Bank is intended to provide the economic compulsion and guaranteed funds necessary to carry out the agenda.

Bergoglio's Marxist agenda... Population Control.

Bergoglio’s Marxist agenda… Population Control.

UNICEF Promotes Population Control

UNICEF networks are a major conduit for abortion pressures and for abortifacient drugs, devices and sterilizations promoted by the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA), the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Bank (the Bank) and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF).

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UNFPA has been denied funding by the United States Congress because of UNFPA’s involvement in directing and managing the coerced abortion and sterilization program in China. Both UNFPA and IPPF are noted for their abortion advocacy and activity. IPPF has illegally supplied vacuum aspiration kits for abortions to the Philippines, Bangladesh, Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam and India. Yet UNICEF has provided funds for both organizations (“The Hastings Center Report,” Vol.10, No.2, April, 1980). The lack of access to alternative health care options in developing nations, combined with the politicized propaganda and health-destroying technologies of international population control idealogues, strongly impacts on patients’ abilities to give informed consent in UNICEF maternal and Child Health Care (MCH) settings.

UNICEF’s Pornographic Sex Education

UNICEF uses pornographic sex education programs. The programs were purchased from the Japanese Organization for International Cooperation in Family Planning (JOICFP) to “educate” children. The films, produced by JOICFP and MEXFAM, the Mexican IPPF affiliate, are titled “The Blue Pigeon” and “Music For Two. “The “Blue Pigeon” is a cartoon targeted at 10 and 12-year-old children which graphically depicts sexual intercourse between two children attending a children’s picnic. “Music for Two” depicts a young girl who imagines herself married. In her fantasy she sees an image of a tired, overworked and overburdened, pregnant woman with several children. Her husband is shown as indifferent and uninterested in either his wife or the children. The negative message is that, in marriage, women become nothing more than breeders and slaves. As the girl acts out her sexual fantasies with a young boy in her neighborhood they engage in graphically depicted sexual intercourse after outfitting each other with birth control devices. At the end of the film, the girl skips off happily, having had commitment-free intercourse without the prospect of a burdensome marriage (Patricia Poppe, Luis Maria Aller Atucha, “Integrated Project and IEC Materials in Guatemala and Mexico, ” JOICFP).

U.N. Rights of the Child? Wrong!!

Within the language of The U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child promulgated by UNICEF, parental rights and responsibilities become subject to government determination while children are separated from parents and families as individuals with separate rights which cannot be abridged. Included among the rights which may not be denied to children is the right to health care which incorporates rights to contraceptive services; the right to privacy, which has been responsible for the deaths of over 25 million children in the United States alone; the right to express their views and to have their views given ‘due weight’; and the right to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art or through any other media of the child’s choice.

UNICEF’S False Denials

UNICEF denies that it advances any advocacy of particular family planning methods or abortion. It denies that it funds contraceptive supplies and sterilization programs. In fact, the public record shows that UNICEF, just as it claims, “does not advocate any particular view on the choice of the family planning method.” Indeed, UNICEF promotes all methods, indiscriminately.

Coercive Implications

UNICEF boldly predicts that the number of children being born into the world will ‘peak” and then “decline” in the late 1990s. (UNICEF; The State of the World’s Children, 1990, 4). It is UNICEF’s stated intention to produce pressures to bring this about, as the following examples illustrate:

World Population Conference in 1974: WHO, supported by UNICEF, worked to establish a public policy “link between health care and family planning” (Maggie Black, “The Children and the Nations, The Story of UNICEF,” 257)

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Education Initiative Supported by Pontiff Will Broaden Sports and Arts Access to Children

Scholas Occurrentes, the education initiative supported by Pope Francis, signed two collaboration agreements today. The agreement was signed with the United Nations Children’s Fund and CONMEBOL, the South American Football Confederation.

The agreements were signed this morning at the Holy Father’s residence in Casa Santa Marta.

Scholas Occurrentes is the first worldwide initiative with the aim of promoting integration and peace between peoples through education, connecting more than 400,000 schools and educational networks, both public and private and of all religions.

The five-year collaboration with UNICEF will be based on the broadening of access for young children, especially the most disadvantaged, to technology, sport and the arts – platforms for education, participation and the building of peace, enabling the young to learn about themselves, others and the world that surrounds them.

Scholas and UNICEF will initially cooperate in a series of joint activities worldwide, with the special aim of bringing an end to violence and “promoting the connectedness of all young people, making the most of the unique capacities of each person to favor the participation of adolescents and to broaden their access to the tools and information they need to be connected, to communicate and to collaborate.”

The organizations will also develop new opportunities for collaboration in relation to major events centered on world youth, such as the Summit on the Social Impact of Youth, to be held during the Summer Games of the Special Olympics in 2015 in Los Angeles.

In 2016, the association will begin to explore initiatives at regional, national and community levels, including campaigns to raise awareness and joint promotional activities linked to issues affecting millions of disadvantaged adolescents.

Scholas Occurrentes, the education initiative supported by Pope Francis, signed two collaboration agreements today. The agreement was signed with the United Nations Children’s Fund and CONMEBOL, the South American Football Confederation.

The agreements were signed this morning at the Holy Father’s residence in Casa Santa Marta.

Scholas Occurrentes is the first worldwide initiative with the aim of promoting integration and peace between peoples through education, connecting more than 400,000 schools and educational networks, both public and private and of all religions.

The five-year collaboration with UNICEF will be based on the broadening of access for young children, especially the most disadvantaged, to technology, sport and the arts – platforms for education, participation and the building of peace, enabling the young to learn about themselves, others and the world that surrounds them.

Scholas and UNICEF will initially cooperate in a series of joint activities worldwide, with the special aim of bringing an end to violence and “promoting the connectedness of all young people, making the most of the unique capacities of each person to favor the participation of adolescents and to broaden their access to the tools and information they need to be connected, to communicate and to collaborate.”

The organizations will also develop new opportunities for collaboration in relation to major events centered on world youth, such as the Summit on the Social Impact of Youth, to be held during the Summer Games of the Special Olympics in 2015 in Los Angeles.

In 2016, the association will begin to explore initiatives at regional, national and community levels, including campaigns to raise awareness and joint promotional activities linked to issues affecting millions of disadvantaged adolescents.

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