More on the ongoing UN-Child-Rape-For-Food-Scandal
But then Henry Kissinger says we will all be grateful to the World Government when they send in the UN troops to “restore order” in response to a “threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated”. If you can read this article and still think the UN is some wonderful organization of “world peace” and love and all that baloney, then you got a few screws loose in your head. It is just another organ of commu-fascist control and world domination, end of story.
So wake up and wake up your countrymen and women. We have got to eliminate the UN, eject it from our country and tear up any and all agreements we have made with this sinister group of criminal thugs. And then, we go after its parent organization (look it up!), the real government that tells our government what to do, the Council on Foreign Relations. All members of this treasonous group of commu-fascist traitors need to be either tried and executed for murder and treason (Dick Cheney and David Rockefeller for example) or loaded onto a boat and shipped off to a deserted island, say somewhere like Antarctica, and left to fend for themselves and never ever be allowed back into this country again and I am not joking folks. This is a real war we are involved in and it ain’t gonna get any better until we start taking a tough stance against these psychopathic criminals.
Wave after wave of child abuse reports pour forward from all over the globe
The UN is to investigate itself again after it was revealed by the London Telegraph today that more than twenty different cases of child sex slavery involving UN staff have been reported in southern Sudan.
The Telegraph reports that it has learned of dozens of victims’ accounts claiming that some peacekeeping and civilian staff based in the town are regularly picking up young children in their UN vehicles and forcing them to have sex. The Telegraph states that it is thought that hundreds of children may have been abused.
The UN has up to 10,000 military personnel in the region, of all nationalities and the allegations involve peacekeepers, military police and civilian staff.
The Telegraph also states that the Sudanese government, which is deeply opposed to the deployment of UN troops to Darfur, has evidence of child sex slavery, including video footage of Bangladeshi UN workers allegedly having sex with three young girls.
Stating that such events are ultimately the work of “a few bad apples”, a UN spokesperson promised that they will be thoroughly investigated.
Over the past few years, however, there seems to have been a hell of a lot of rotting fruit in the UN barrel.
Last November a BBC Investigation found that children as young as 11 have been subjected to rape and prostitution by United Nations peacekeepers in Haiti and Liberia. A previous BBC investigation in Liberia discovered systematic abuse, involving food being given out to teenage refugees in return for sex. In both instances the UN promised to investigate.
In 2003 the AP reported that UN officials were identified as using a ship charted for ‘peacekeepers’ to traffick young girls from Thailand to East Timor as prostitutes.
In the same year it was also revealed that UN staff were guilty of raping women on a systematic scale in Sierra Leone.
Previous to this, in early 2002 a massive pedophilia scandal within the UN was uncovered involving sexual abuse against West African refugee children in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea. UPI reported that Senior U.N. officials knew of the widespread pedophilia and not only did they not take action against the perpetrators, they covered up the atrocities.