Today we celebrate the 65th anniversary of the Universal declaration of Human Right, a historical and human document which was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly.
This historical document arose after the second world war which was very bloody and showed the gruesome inhumanity of some men and women.
By adopting this document the international community vowed never again to allow atrocities like those of that conflict to happen again. World leaders decided to complement the UN Charter with a road map to guarantee the rights of every individual everywhere.
Just as we agree and praise world leaders for achieving great strides in areas like racism, apartheid, voting rights for all, reduction in poverty, expansion of educational opportunities etc.
It must be borne in mind that the same United Nations and many world leaders are propagating a new injustice which is targeted towards the unborn, the sick, elderly, physically and mentally disabled, political dissenters, theists, the poor etc.
This acts of theirs is antithetical not only to the charter of the United Nations but also to the declaration of Human rights that we celebrate today.
I challenge the United Nations to affirm the dignity and inalienable worth of the human person beginning from conception to natural death.
I challenge the United Nations to continue fighting for the right of people to have the right of Religion which is been infringed upon in many countries even in the United States.