Did I hear correctly?
Is the United States turning over millions of dollars to the United Nations and its agencies to relieve the immense suffering of millions victimized by the 9.0 South Asia earthquake and resultant tsunami?
How is this possible given the latest scandalous news about the United Nations?
Forget the “oil-for-food” scandal in which U.N. officials and their designates received millions in payoffs.
Forget the lack of accountability this global agency has demonstrated over the years.
Forget the way the United Nations oversaw genocide in Rwanda.
Forget the fact that the United Nations has never, ever in the history of the world done more good than harm wherever it has been deployed in humanitarian efforts.
Let’s just for a moment look at what the United Nations is doing right now in the Congo.
U.N. officials there have turned a relief effort into one giant sex slavery ring.
The London Times reported before Christmas how a U.N. logistics expert from France working in a $700 million-a-year rebuilding effort in that country turned his bedroom into a studio for videotaping and photographing sex sessions with young girls.
When the police arrived, the man was allegedly about to rape a 12-year-old girl sent to him in a sting operation, the report said. Three home-made porn videos and more than 50 photographs were found.
And this was no isolated incident in the Congo where there is “rampant sexual exploitation of Congolese girls and women by the U.N.’s 11,000 peacekeepers and 1,000 civilians.”
So far, investigations have already turned up 150 allegations of sexual misconduct by peacekeepers and U.N. staff. They include allegations of two Russian pilots based in Mbandaka paying young girls with jars of mayonnaise and jam to have sex with them. They reportedly filmed the sessions and sent the tapes to Russia.
A Moroccan peacekeeping contingent based in Kisangani reportedly hid one of its soldiers in the barracks for a year when he was accused of rape.
And this horror has been continuing for years – so far with not one U.N. official or contractor punished.
More than two years ago, Maj.-Gen. Jean Pierre Ondekane, who later became minister of defense, told a top U.N. official that all the mission in the Congo would be remembered for “for running after little girls.”
Most of the sexual abuse and exploitation, says the report, involves trading sex for money, food or jobs. However, some victims say they were raped, but later given food or money to make the incident appear to have been consensual – “rape disguised as prostitution.”
Is this what we can expect when the United Nations goes to work in Thailand, in Sri Lanka, in Indonesia and other locations hard hit by perhaps the worst natural disaster since the Flood?
Yes, it is what we should expect.
So why is the U.S. turning over U.S. taxpayer dollars to an incompetent, morally corrupt, unaccountable agency?
Do we want the victims of this natural disaster to be victimized a second time?
Giving these predatory monsters our money and a new relief mission is tantamount to giving them a new license to rape and pillage people who need love and compassion.
This is why the United Nations needs to be destroyed, dismantled, obliterated from the memory of the people of the Earth. As long as it exists, it will siphon off vast amounts of money, manpower and resources that might otherwise accomplish some good.
No matter what horrors the United Nations perpetrates on innocent people, there is no accountability, no punishment, no consequence. That’s why it is inevitable that we will only create new victims of this global monstrosity by sending more relief money.
If you agree, it’s time to support a growing movement to get the U.N. out of the U.S. and vice versa. Sign the Move America Forward petition, watch the TV spots the group has produced and make a contribution to air them across the nation.
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