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United Nations: Organization for War, Disease, Rape and Sex Trafficking

Why do we tolerate this organization?

Like all things Leftist, the United Nations looks like a good idea on paper. However, in reality, the organization accomplishes the opposite of its intended role.

Since its inception in 1945, the U.N. has done little to nothing to stop evil. Sadly, the organization prefers United States police the world, as it watches and complains.

Below are a few examples.

  • The Korean War: After North Korea invaded South Korea, the U.N. lodged a “complaint of aggression” against North Korea-a complaint! Granted, the U.N. then contributed 12 percent to the South Korean’s defense. America contributed the other 88 percent.
  • The Vietnam War: The United Nations did nothing to stop the spread of oppressive communism from North Vietnam into South Vietnam. In fact, some members of the U.N. even supported North Vietnam. Only the United States and a few other nations intervened to protect liberty in Vietnam (once again, the U.S. provided the vast majority of the support at great cost).
  • The Gulf War: After Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, the U.N. “demanded” that Hussein withdraw. When he refused, America led a coalition to remove Saddam. Surprise! America did the vast majority of the heavy lifting, with most of the members of the U.N. again sitting idly by.
  • Rwanda: In 1993, the United Nations stepped in to monitor a ceasefire between the Rwandan government and a rebel group trying to overthrow it. Eventually, the government of Rwanda launched genocide against minority groups in Rwanda, killing 800,000 people. Upon hearing of the violence, the U.N. failed to authorize its so-called peacekeeping army (more like its camp counselors) to use force to protect the innocent in Rwanda. The U.N. had the opportunity to save hundreds of thousands of lives, but instead, chose to bloviate on their emerald stage.

The list of U.N. failures is longer than Justin Timberlake hits.

As Fox News reports:

The U.N.’s problems, however, are larger than inefficiency and overspending; they include rape, sex trafficking and the spread of disease.

In August, 2016, the U.N. finally admitted that they, in fact, “played a role” in the cholera epidemic in Haiti, resulting in the deaths of at least 10,000 people while sickening hundreds of thousands more. After years of stonewalling, the U.N. admission comes only after a scathing independent report for U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. The New York Times reported:

“[The investigator] wrote that the United Nations‘ Haiti cholera policy ‘is morally unconscionable, legally indefensible and politically self-defeating.’ He added, ‘It is also entirely unnecessary.’ The organization’s continuing denial and refusal to make reparations to the victims, he argued, ‘upholds a double standard according to which the U.N. insists that member states respect human rights, while rejecting any such responsibility for itself.’ He said, ‘It provides highly combustible fuel for those who claim that U.N. peacekeeping operations trample on the rights of those being protected…’”

The euphemistic word here is “fuel.” Many people call it “evidence.”

But the U.N.’s record is far worse.

The article continues,

Cholera wasn’t the only thing the U.N. was doing in Haiti. The Associated Press reported in April of this year of a “U.N.child sex ring” impacting at least 23 countries. Their investigation found, “U.N. missions during the past 12 years found nearly 2,000 allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation by peacekeepers and other personnel around the world — signaling the crisis is much larger than previously known. More than 300 of the allegations involved children, the AP found, but only a fraction of the alleged perpetrators served jail time.”

Further, the wire service reported, “Here in Haiti, at least 134 Sri Lankan peacekeepers exploited nine children in a sex ring from 2004 to 2007.” A decade ago the U.N. promised to crack down on child sex abuse, yet, as the AP reports, years later children were still being “passed around from soldier-to-soldier. And in the years since, peacekeepers have been accused of sexual abuse the world over.

This from the same entity that just put Saudi Arabia on the “UN Women’s Rights Commission,” for the 2018-2022 term.

Hardly a problem exists in the world pre-1950 that isn’t worse under the watchful eye of the U.N. Yet, the world acts as if this organization is wholesome.

In September, Newsweek wrote of the U.N.:

This week, world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly in New York are set to deliver major speeches addressing some of the most pressing issues facing the international community. President Donald Trump, a frequent critic of the U.N., is widely expected to take on rivals Iran and North Korea in his first appearance at the forum. While the gathering is likely to host some fiery rhetoric from all sides, critics such as U.N. Watch Executive Director Hillel Neuer are more concerned with what’s going on behind closed doors, something he says could compromise the integrity of the organization as a whole.

“People don’t realize this, but most of what happens at the U.N. is vote-trading,” Neuer told Newsweek.

“Sadly, too often European democracies do deals in the darkness; they do secret deals that end up being sort of a deal with the devil,” he added.

The Leftist Huffington Post even called out the U.N. over rape and sex-trafficking:

One of the world’s biggest scandals has been ongoing for thirteen years in Haiti, while the mainstream media focuses on lawsuits powerful women file against equally powerful men here in the U.S. A populace wrapped in the Kardashian culture cries crocodile tears over sexual harassment at home while sex sells everything from cars to toothpaste. Meanwhile, a mere hour flight from Miami, United Nations troops have raped children and forced women into a well documented sex slave trade in Haiti since 2004. Why is no one shouting about this? Why do the stories that come out from independent sources like the Haitian Lawyer’s Leadership Network and even Al Jazeera’s Fault Line series get ignored?

Where are all the so-called “Progressive” writers on this issue? Research is easy. Reams have been written, studies have been bought and paid for, and even the United Nations has been touting a “zero tolerance policy” for sexual abuse in its ranks. Unfortunately, the zero tolerance policy has resulted in, well, near zero reform in thirteen years.

Frankly, books have been written on the atrocities overseen by the United Nations. Keep in mind that many of these nations are uncivilized. So thinking that putting them under some global umbrella makes them great is ridiculous.

Let’s hope President Trump continues defunding this worthless organization unless it begins living up to its charter.

 



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