The Globalist Agenda Of The Left: What You Need To Know

The left has made it clear that their mission is to expand their agenda on an epic scale.

Their ideology has already permeated many U.S. corporations, the mainstream media, Hollywood, and our public schools.

Now, the propaganda of the left is spreading worldwide, and a disturbing new idea has made its way to global organizations that will continue to erode values of any kind.

Global human rights organizations like Amnesty International and the World Health Organization are adopting progressive ideology in every corner of the world.

Their most recent idea?  Decriminalizing prostitution with new policies labeled as “safety for sex workers.

The Guardian’s Jessica Neuwirth reported:

Amnesty is arguing that prostitution is a matter of free choice, a stance heavily promoted by the multibillion-dollar commercial sex industry. The group is putting forth the view that sex work is compatible with the principle of gender equality and nondiscrimination, as if it were a job like any other.

“By definition,” Amnesty’s proposal states, “sex work means that sex workers who are engaging in commercial sex have consented to do so.” This definition fails to take into account the dire economic need, the childhood sexual abuse, the brutal coercion employed by pimps, and the vast power differences of sex and race that drive the commercial sex industry.

Their approach is that prostitution is an occupation like any other and that a woman’s body is a commodity like any other that she should have the right to sell.

They feel that keeping prostitution as a criminal activity “harms” those who work in the sex trade willingly or use the income to support their families.

They rationalize that decriminalization would remove the stigma associated with the sex trade, and therefore more sex workers would more willingly access healthcare services.

The World Health Organization is using this a­­spect in its appeal, saying it would decrease sexually-transmitted diseases, calling it a “human rights issue.”

The push for this change by AI and the WHO would not only decriminalize “consensual sex work,” but also the “laws and regulations related to selling and buying or organizing sex work, such as solicitation, renting premises, “brothel keeping” and living off the proceeds of prostitution,” according to Amnesty’s report.

And while they say these changes would prevent sex trafficking, decriminalizing the work of prostitutes would include the countless minors who are forced against their will into the sex trade.

The Guardian continued:

Perhaps Amnesty should look to the 1949 UN Convention on trafficking, which characterizes prostitution and sex trafficking as “incompatible with the dignity and worth of the human person and endanger[ing] the welfare of the individual, the family and the community”. If the organization endorses prostitution as a human right, it won’t be supporting the women who might have no choice but to have sex for money, but rather the pimps and buyers of sex who have all the choice in the world.

Amnesty is urging its membership to separate prostitution and sex trafficking as entirely unrelated. Yet common sense and the economics of supply and demand dictate that demand for prostitution fuels sex trafficking to supply it: not all prostituted women are sex trafficking victims, but all sex trafficking victims are sold into prostitution.

The World Health Organization has a similar proposal to that of Amnesty – and they want to take it one step further with a shocking set of recommendations to be implemented on a global scale.

In a report entitled “Decriminalizing the Behavior of Key Populations,” the WHO recommends to its member nations that:

Countries should work toward decriminalization of sex work and elimination of the unjust application of non-criminal laws and regulations against sex workers.

Countries should work toward developing policies and laws that decriminalize injection and other use of drugs and, thereby, reduce incarceration.  Countries should ban compulsory treatment for people who use and/or inject drugs.

Countries should work toward developing policies and laws that decriminalize same-sex behaviours and nonconforming gender identities. Countries should work towards legal recognition for transgender people.

It is recommended that sexual and reproductive health services, including contraceptive information and services, be provided for adolescents without mandatory parental and guardian authorization/notification.

So not only does the WHO recommend decriminalizing prostitution, they also want to decriminalize all drugs, legally recognize transgendered people as someone different than who they were born as, and provide teens with birth control and abortions without parental consent.

If you’re outraged, consider this:  The U.S. is a member nation of the World Health Organization and member partner of Amnesty International.

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In the case of the WHO, the organization is funded by “assessments” on member nations, like membership dues, that can run in the millions of dollars being paid by the members’ governments.

The WHO is an agency of the United Nations, and for the U.S. last year, that meant about 1.2 billion dollars in funding to the UN’s left-leaning globalist organizations.

And guess where the government gets that money?  That’s right – we, the taxpayers.

As the left digs its heels in across the globe and infiltrates global organizations that use our money to fund immoral programs, we may wonder how it can possibly get worse.

Although Amnesty and the WHO receive most of their funding from member nations, they also receive vast sums from businesses and private donors.

Other UN agencies like UNICEF are also culpable in this anti-life, sickening agenda in the name of “humanitarianism.”  Mommy Underground previously reported on the shocking programs funded by UNICEF.

Until member nations say “enough is enough” and stop caving to the radical agenda of the left, individuals can research where their donations are going and cease giving any more of their hard-earned money to these organizations.

What do you think of the outrageous global takeover by the growing radical left?  Leave us your thoughts.