posted on Feb, 25 2005 @ 03:28 AM
Calling it "a matter of life or death" South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu has kicked off a global campaign to require governments to register
children at birth. He points to the specter of child trafficking and vulnerability of them to natural disasters. The campaign organizers estimate that
a half a billion children officially do not exist. The also point to an apparent success where 2.4 million children were registered in only 4
South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu has helped launch a global campaign calling for governments to ensure all children are registered at birth.
He said it was a matter of life and death - an unregistered child did not officially exist and was vulnerable to traffickers and during disasters.
In South Asia alone, there are no records for six out of every 10 babies, campaign organizers Plan say.
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While on the surface this seems logical. After all most of us have a birth record somewhere. A certificate that is file din the county or province
that you were born in. However, that may not be the case in 3rd world countries. However, the potential for abuse may also be high and no doubt these
mandatory plans will stoke NWO fires for sure. Given the U.N's track record no doubt many of these unregistered children may be from thier own
peacekeepers, and the system could be so big, corruption would become commonplace.