A ’super agency for women’?!

Yes.

At United Nations (UN) headquarters this week, member
states moved another step closer to setting up a new women’s
“super-agency.” Last month, nations had pushed back when UN staff
insisted governments approve a new office without providing details on
its budget, structure, staffing, or mandate. At this week’s meeting,
Member States were presented with a “consolidated response” paper from
the UN Secretariat which detailed the staffing and cost projections of
a new UN “gender entity.”

Why is that necessary? Well, here’s their justification:

For almost three years, the UN has discussed reforming
its “gender architecture” by creating a centralized office which would
be “the leader and voice on gender equality and the empowerment of
women” and which would be “adequately resourced and with authority and
capacity to drive and hold the United Nations system accountable.”  In
her presentation to UN delegates on the new gender office, UN Secretary
General’s Advisor on Gender Issues Rachel Mayanja stated that the aim
of the new gender office was to have “global coverage.”

But it’s really about abortion.

For almost three years, the UN has discussed reforming
its “gender architecture” by creating a centralized office which would
be “the leader and voice on gender equality and the empowerment of
women”

(buzz phrases covering unfettered abortion rights)

and which would be “adequately resourced and with
authority and capacity to drive and hold the United Nations system
accountable.”  In her presentation to UN delegates on the new gender
office, UN Secretary General’s Advisor on Gender Issues Rachel Mayanja
stated that the aim of the new gender office was to have “global
coverage.”

And to apply that threatening pressure to member nations to bend to
all their demands. However they dress it up, it’s all about a sexual
agenda anchored by contraception and abortion. If the UN continually
caves into these aggressive NGOs, that entity is worth less as a
guarantor of true universal human rights as declared in its charter.

Sheila Liaugminas

Sheila Liaugminas is an Emmy award-winning Chicago-based journalist in print and broadcast media. Her writing and broadcasting covers matters of faith, culture, politics and the media....