Visit the UN’s website at any time and you don’t need to look far before you’re confronted with pictures of ‘poor’ African children or some other heart-gripping image of needy kids. As much as we support any true good done towards children, we submit to you that these images are nothing more than PR strategies to keep taxpayer money flowing into the UN.
More people need to wake up to the fact that the United Nations and its various agencies are a real-time threat to children around the world, not a savior.
The UN uses the facade of fighting for ‘child rights’, ‘ending hunger and poverty’, ‘child protection’, and other statements that people applaud, to cover what really lies beneath: a nefarious and bloodthirsty beast. You will know them by their fruit…
Here are just a few of the not-so-fun facts on the UN’s child abuse history:
- An AP investigation looked into UN missions from the last 12 years regarding abuse by peacekeepers from 23 countries. The report revealed a level of depravity previously unheard of from within the UN and likely any other government agency. The AP report highlights sexual exploitation of children—more than 300 of the 2,000 allegations involved children, and only a tiny percentage of the men accused of the crimes received prison sentences.
- In 2006 Jane Holl, the assistant secretary-general for UN peacekeeping operations at that time, acknowledged in a BBC interview that sexual exploitation of women and children is widespread: “We’ve had a problem probably since the inception of peacekeeping—problems of this kind of exploitation of vulnerable populations… My operating presumption is that this is either a problem or a potential problem in every single one of our missions.”
- Reporters witnessed a rapid increase in prostitution in Cambodia, Mozambique, Bosnia, and Kosovo after UN and, in the case of the latter two, NATO peacekeeping forces moved in. In the 1996 UN study The Impact of Armed Conflict on Children, former first lady of Mozambique Graça Machel documented: “In 6 out of 12 country studies on sexual exploitation of children in situations of armed conflict prepared for the present report, the arrival of peacekeeping troops has been associated with a rapid rise in child prostitution.”
- The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has worked with the communist dictatorship ruling mainland China to enforce its barbaric “one-child” policy from the beginning – complete with forced abortions, involuntary sterilization, kidnapping of “illegal” children, and other brutal tactics.
As Steven Mosher explains, “China’s one-child policy constitutes the longest-running and most far-reaching violation of human rights the world has ever seen. Four hundred million Chinese children are missing because of this policy.”
In 2010, the Vice-Minister of the communist dictatorship’s “National Population and Family Planning Commission” thanked UNFPA for “its constant support to China’s population and family planning undertakings during the past thirty years and more.”
- The UN is awash with billionaires with influence and … evil schemes. Bill and Melinda Gates are spending hundreds of millions to spread dangerous contraceptives throughout the developing world, especially targeting Catholic communities in Africa. They are a driving force at the UN.
George Soros, worth an estimated $23 billion, has given hundreds of millions of dollars to anti-life and anti-family groups active at the UN, including Catholics for Choice, NARAL Pro-Choice America, National Organization for Women, Planned Parenthood and many more.
Billionaire Tim Gill spends millions in support of radical LGBT groups working at the UN to advance a wicked agenda. These groups are not merely looking for “non-discrimination”, they are gunning for dominance.
A comprehensive list of past and current child abuses committed by the UN may be endless. The sad fact is that any coverage in the press relating to these crimes against children seems to be lost or unnoticed by the masses who can’t see beyond the seemingly compassionate UNICEF advertisements on TV and other places, creating a false perception of the UN’s activities with children. This is only perpetuated and strengthened by the fact that so many child advocacy groups and organizations cite much of their information from UNICEF-published research and findings.
Despite any little real good the UN and its agencies may do for children, it is far outweighed by the other actions of their blood-covered hands and promotion of dangerous ideology.