The first bioethics-focused paragraph details UNESCO's bioethics objective: "universal principles." The second bioethics-focused paragraph notes Julian Huxley's advocacy of a "radical eugenic policy." Huxley was the first Director-General of UNESCO. The third, fourth, and fifth bioethics-focused paragraphs discuss UNESCO's stance regarding the Chinese government's criminal one-child policy. The reader is informed that UNESCO "seems unable to come up with a firm statement on one-child policies." Apparently "UNESCO's Web site includes articles defending ... China's policy, as though the murder of millions of female infants was a debatable issue." McElroy's clear moral vision appeals to this plumbline libertarian.
What did I learn from McElroy's article? UNESCO is not only a criminal organization, but also an evil organization. UNESCO, like most criminal evil organizations, seeks the "transfer of full sovereignty from separate nations to a world organization." UNESCO dabbles in bioethics, principally to justify unjust eugenics policies. Thank you, Wendy McElroy.