Read this before you donate to UNICEF again: A brief summary of UNICEF’s dark history

Although UNICEF is, undoubtedly, the most well-known and popular UN agency among many populations, it has a very dark past which most are not aware of. Before you donate to this organization you must consider some of these facts about UNICEF’s history (this list is not exhaustive at all).

1987

UNICEF officials are arrested after the discovery of a secret photographic studio in the basement of the Brussels building where UNICEF’s offices were housed. The studio was used to take pornographic photographs of children, many of whom were of North African origin, the police said. More than 1,000 such photographs were seized, along with a mailing list of some 400 names in 15 European countries that had been prepared on the UNICEF office computer. Similar photographs found in several other European countries also appeared to have been taken in the UNICEF office in Brussels, according to investigators. See more here.

1995

The Catholic Women’s League of the Philippines won a restraining order against a two-year-old WHO and UNICEF anti-tetanus program. Two labs had found “B-hCG” sterilizing agent in the vaccine. The Filipino program had already “vaccinated” 3.4 million people – all women, mainly between the ages of twelve and 45. The hormone-laced vaccine was also discovered in Mexico, Nicaragua, Tanzania, India and Nigeria. The anti-hCG hormone cause not only sterilizations but also incurable autoimmune disorders, miscarriages and birth defects.

1997

UNICEF issued its 107-page The State of the World’s Children that praised China for passing legislation on child rights. These “rights” supposedly guaranteed Chinese citizens the “right and obligation to receive education”. Yet nowhere did UNICEF’s report mention the considerable international attention that the unconscionable human rights abuses received just the year before: forced child labor, Chinese sweatshops (where children worked for less than one dollar per month), forced abortions and the now infamous “dying rooms” in Chinese Government orphanages.

2002

Another UNICEF-funded sex education book distributed to Latin American countries was circulated at the UN Child Summit in New York. The book encouraged children to engage in sexual activities with other minors, with homosexuals and with animals. The Spanish language book, entitled “Theoretic Elements for Working with Mothers and Pregnant Teens” included a workshop book, also produced by UNICEF, which suggested that lesbian sex was an acceptable alternative for girls. See more here.

2004

The UNICEF campaign to vaccinate Nigeria’s youth against polio was found to be a front for sterilizing the nation. Dr. Haruna Kaita, a pharmaceutical scientist and Dean of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, took samples of the vaccine to labs in India for analysis where evidence was found of serious contamination. The vaccines contained toxic substances that have direct effects on the human reproductive system.

2014

Again, UNICEF was caught administering (knowingly) vaccines to girls and women in Kenya that were laced with sterilizing agents. Dr. Wahome Ngare, a spokesman for a group of doctors who helped expose the scheme after the test results came back positive, said, “The unfortunate truth is that the vaccine was laced with [sterilizing agent Human Chorionic Gonadotropin] HCG just like the one used in the South American cases.” He continued, “Further, none of the girls and women given the vaccination were informed of its contraceptive effect.” See more here.

2018

Former UNICEF “child rights” campaigner Peter Newell, who led the global effort to jail parents who spank their children as a disciplinary measure, was sentenced to six years in a British prison for raping a young boy, who was just 12 when the predatory UN official began raping him. See more here.

Professor Andrew MacLeod also told The Sun, “There are tens of thousands of aid workers around the world with pedophile tendencies, but if you wear a UNICEF T-shirt nobody will ask what you’re up to.” He also estimated that the UN employs around 3,300 pedophiles.

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