U.N.-Speak at the Commission on the Status of Women

United Nations: New York City - The 56th annual meeting of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) ­continues its attempts to spread its radical interpretations of "women's rights" around the globe.  The U.N. arm promotes "reproductive rights" (abortion) and gender equity (quotas) through both representatives of member-states and powerful non-government organizations (NGOs). This year, the CSW, which claims to be a global policy-making body, has even more power through its relationship with U.N. Women: United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women.  U.N. Women is a new office created in 2010 and described as an "historical step in accelerating the [U.N.'s] goals on gender equity and the empowerment of women."  U.N. Women brought together four previously distinct parts of the U.N. system devoted to women's issues to form an overarching U.N. division that gives women unprecedented global influence. Michelle Bachelet, a...(Read Full Article)