One soul is connected to all souls.

Together, we stand united for the future of our children, youth, parents, and families.

Through this sentiment, we underscore the importance of safeguarding and taking into account the well-being of upcoming generations.

We must determine what is truly in the best interest of the child, taking into account parental resources and competencies. This consideration should be made with respect for ideological, religious, and cultural differences.

It's essential to recognize and understand that parents, as autonomous individuals, should have the liberty to decide what they believe is best for their child and to fortify the family unit. Such decisions should be free from the influence or control of any state or organization.

It is crucial that definitions regarding the rights of a child's health and well-being don't turn into dictates that diminish a parent's rights. These rights are based on logical and rationally well-founded opinions and beliefs that genuinely oppose the UN and certain organizations with specific interests and agendas. These entities, today, undermine a parent's conviction about what is truly best for the child.

It is up to a parent to ensure, based on their best convictions, how their child is socially and academically stimulated in their developmental process. Neither the UN nor any state should define what is right or wrong against a parent's ideological beliefs regarding what is best for their child.


The Convention on the Rights of the Child

represents a significant threat to humanity and our collective future