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By Force: United Nations Pedophilia, Rape, Forced Pregnancy, Prostitution and Ethnic Cleansing of National Groups

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"The West has Two Faces, One Evil" -- Ezili Danto of HLLN, The Quiet Genocide in Haiti.


These UN reps can't see themselves participating in the culture of cover-ups, obfuscations and hiding behind bureaucratic procedures and circuitous denials. They cannot see that de-criminalizing or reducing United Nations' pedophilia, rape, forced pregnancy, and forced prostitution by calling it "transactional sex," "sex for food scandal," "illicit sexual activities," or "survival sex" is part of the problem. It indirectly blames the victim and defends the perpetrators.

Well, I wasn't about to take part in being so prostituted in order to give legitimacy to colonial myths and manipulations and I said so. Point blank. The UN won't tout its "zero tolerance" card in front of me while Femi of Aljazeera Stream uses clips of Haiti women who were raped as props. Not having it.

The UN has been abusing women and children in Haiti for decades and covering it up.

There are not many Haitians who haven't heard of Edmond Mulet's despicable actions in Haiti -- not only in manipulating the 2010 Haiti elections after the apocalyptic earthquake but we Haitians know how the big powers at the United Nations, use mentally colonized Black, Asian and Latin American faces and their various soldiers of fortunes at their NGOs, to cover-up, blackmail and pay off the poor Haiti mothers, poor boys and girl rape victims. We know the poor local Haiti staffers and witnesses, working for the UN, who are victims of rape, degradation, and even murder, inside the "culture" of the UN agencies in countries like Haiti. They are our people, our family. (See, the documentary, Fatal Assistance by Raoul Peck and read articles about how Edmond Mulet, the head of MINUSTAH in 2010, claimed UN immunity when on August 17, 2010, a 16-year-old Gerard Jean Gilles was suffocated in a UN compound. The Haitian judge assigned to the case subpoenaed a Haitian employee of the UN-MINUSTAH who had argued with the boy before his death. But with characteristic UN arrogance, Guatemalan diplomat and senior career UN employee, Edmond Mulet, claimed UN immunity for all its workers.)

The UN consistently retaliated against any staff members who try to report sexual violence. I know this as the head of HLLN, dedicated to defending the human rights of Haitians living at home and abroad, since before 1994.

Countless Haitians are no longer alive to tell their stories. So, the UN will not hide behind procedure, euphemism, and obfuscation while I am still around. That's the job of the George Soros/UN-NGOs and the Hillary Clinton Foundation lawyer-activists who are dependent on the perpetrators' funding, approvals and access -- the function of status quo sycophants and their media outlets. (See, Hillary Clinton and Quiet Genocide in Haiti Hides behind Humanitarian Front.)

The UN, its NGOs and affiliates need to hear the unvarnished truth repeatedly and from untainted voices who are not on its payroll in any manner, shape or form.

Where Did the Parasitic United Nations Rape Culture Come from and How Does it Continue to Amplify Itself Virtual Unimpeded?

The UN is structurally and mind-bogglingly undemocratic.

The five World War II winners have veto power in an organization with 193 member nations. The UN embodies the historical culture of rape practiced by its top three former enslaving Eurasian powers for over 500 years. The UN as an organization, masterfully covers-up and fronts for white domination in Black and Brown faces while the United States, England, and France continue spreading their generally patriarchal pederasty-based, profit-over-people, militaristic "cultures."

These three Security Council veto powers readily use their fake news corporatist media to advance the U.N. mumbo jumbo on zero tolerance about "SEA -- sexual abuse and exploitation" without a hitch. The powers-that-be count on the general public's desire for peace on earth and have betrayed and abused that trust for over 60-years.

China and Russia lost the Cold War and now follow, to a lesser extent in Haiti, but still in lock step with the other top global warmongers within UN-MINUSTAH. Perhaps they're there to spy on their rivals. Or, to have a reason to do surveillance on the AFRICOM of the Western Hemisphere, which is what we at HLLN call the UN forces in Haiti.

Either way, all the nations have landed on poor, helpless Haiti to help the global oligarchy and extraction companies cart out its purest of iridium mountains (one ton of iridium is worth $45 billion; over $20 billion in gold, over $8 billion in copper and over $120 billion in raw oil and gas reserves.) The US built its fourth largest embassy in Haiti to declare our strategic importance to its rivals.

The only one who doesn't know what's going is the general public listening to the corporate media drone on and on about the UN's good works and how Haiti needs the Western powers' fake charity, fake aid, fake elections and fake peacekeepers who help to carry out the quiet genocide, using force and fraud, to take poor Haitians off valuable lands, offshore islands and shorelines.

During the Aljazeera interview (see videos below), the UN representatives took absolutely no responsibility for UN failures and travesties. Christian Saunders said there was no "silver bullet" to stop their "culture" [of rape.] Drone on about how they were going to push some papers around; hire more NGOs (mostly made up of their cronies and family members); have some more meetings with themselves about the subject when the money they're paying themselves to talk about the sexual abuse and exploitations could indeed be put to better use by the victims and their fatherless children. But no, the best we can expect is possible criminal actions.

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