Source: Living Resitence
WASHINGTON, DC — It has been ongoing in Haiti for years.
The victims range from children who haven’t even reached puberty to impoverished women who’ve been abandoned on the streets.
They have been traded and raped by callous criminals, and in this case the criminals are none other than the United Nations “Peace Keeping” forces.
Yes, as many as 2,000 reports of sexual exploitation have surfaced naming UN peacekeepers as the perpetrators, according to a Tweet from the Associated Press:
BREAKING: AP investigation finds about 2,000 allegations of sexual misconduct, exploitation against UN peacekeepers and personnel.
— The Associated Press (@AP) April 12, 2017
Haiti was in the news during the 2016 election season when the Clinton Foundation was alleged to be involved in corruption and trafficking there. With so much trafficking and raping happening in Haiti, it is perhaps instinctual to suspect that politicians who have interests in the area are profiting from it.
To give you an idea of how long this has been happening within the UN, it was over 10 years ago that officials pledged to end the problem — yet here we are, with thousands of cases still accumulating.
SOURCE: The UN soldiers pass children to each other in rape rings, with virtually nobody to hold them accountable, according to reports.
In one case, a male child stated that he was raped by a gang of UN soldiers.
Far from being held accountable, the UN soldiers were said to have recorded the ordeal as if it were a keepsake.
Haitian women are also victims to near-constant rapes by UN forces, being passed around to multiple soldiers.
Many of the soldiers are infected with diseases which they knowingly pass to the victims.
Because of inadequate health facilities, the victims actually can die by the thousands if a disease breaks out and they are unable to treat it.
Numerous Haitian women are also impregnated by the UN rapists, left to fend for themselves while they’re pregnant.
From 2004 to 2007, over 130 UN peacekeepers were involved in exploiting children in a pedophile ring.
114 of the UN peacekeepers were “sent home” after the crime was exposed, but none of them were locked in prison.
President Trump has repeatedly attacked the UN and has called for a decrease by over 30% in US funding for such “peace” and “aid” missions.
The established political class has been warning us how dangerous it is for Trump to attack the UN, often portraying him as a madman.
In this case, however, one might hope that they are correct. Given the suffering that the UN has caused, perhaps it is time for a madman to deal with them, since nobody else will.