Darn - Is Clinton at it again EO 13107

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Can anyone help me find Executive Order 13107. IT GIVES CONTROL OF OUR CHILDREN TO THE UN. My mom got a hold of me. She was listening to a talk show with a senator from Arizona (shes always listening to CSPAN, talk shows) and a lady called in saying the Pastor of her church asked their congragation to get a hold of their represenatives about this. Senator from Arizona was going to look into it. Can anyone help me confirm this is so. If its true I want to get ahold of my representative about this and that they better do something.

I've been following the forum for a year now and occasionally EO's are listed (usually about martial law). You have all been a help in getting my family prepared for Y2K. A lot of good information has been given. Thanks to all....

-- Jolann Leifer (Jolann.Leifer@PSS.boeing.com), January 12, 1999


You can do a search on Clinton's Executive Orders at http ://www.pub.whitehouse.gov/search/executive-orders.html.

EO 13107 does not give control of your children to the UN.

EO 13107 does not supercede any federal (and, therefore, any state) law. See Section 6(b). There are already state laws concerning child abuse.

-- No Spam Please (anon@ymous.com), January 12, 1999.

Per your request, Executive Order 13107:

http://www.pub.whitehouse.gov/uri- res/I2R?urn:pdi://oma.eop.gov.us/1998/12/11/4.text.2

-- Diane J. Squire (sacredspaces@yahoo.com), January 12, 1999.

You don't need the UN or exotic EO's for this. A lawyer was explaining on NPR's "Talk of the Nation" (Ray Suarez) 2 weeks ago that the state is already the parent of the child, while the so- called biological parents are acting in temporary custody, at the pleasure of the state. A privilege not a right, was his essential argument, to be revoked when the state decides.

Childhood Studies (NPR)

-- blue himalayan (bh@k2.y), January 12, 1999.

I do believe this is a Y2K forum. Am I the only one who does not see a Y2K conspiracy in this posting? Therefore, perhaps it should be posted somewhere else?

-- Greg (skipy@ix.netcom.com), January 12, 1999.

Chill Greg. You're not the boss.

-- James Chancellor (publicworks1@bluebonnet.net), January 12, 1999.

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