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

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When pressed, the perky, UN-NGO creepy chick with a permanent Joker-style smile, could not name one successful prosecution from their new NGO initiative. But, wait, the good news for any future victim, announced Christian Saunders, is that the Secretary-General might make a call to a head of state to push for prosecution! Mr. Saunders said this with a straight face, as if there are no current UN sexual predator the UN is covering-up for which Guterres could push get prosecuted, right now!

They gave me a big stomach ache. It was the classic good/cop, bad/cop working for the same precinct thing. The entire exercise was well scripted, disgusting and painful to endure. (See, Ezili at UN Capitalizing on Cholera: playing arsonist and fireman; The Quiet Genocide in Haiti -- The West has Two Faces, One Evil.)

Let me help you take a peek just beyond the Aljazeera screen here.

The new U.N. Secretary General himself, Antonia Guterres, was rounded up and duly characterized as the very soul of sincerity on the video clip Aljazeera played to give gravitas to UN "zero tolerance." But let's recall, Guterres was High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). He took over after the previous High Commissioner, Ruud Lubbers. Lubbers, a Dutch national, had to resign after being found to have sexually harassed a female staff member.

The case of Caroline Hunt-Matthes is indicative. Ms. Hunt-Matthes was an investigator in UNHCR who suffered retaliation and lost her job after she investigated a case of an UNHCR staff member who raped a local woman in Sri Lanka in 2004. She now holds the record for the longest-running case in the history of the UN legal tribunals.

Guterrres as the head of UNHCR could have ordered a review of what went on, and whether his own investigation department had been involved in trying to cover up a rape. But he never did so. Let's hope he does better for the Haiti rape victims.

There's ample evidence that the UN has abused its immunity under the 1946 Convention to deny responsibility for criminal activity, therefore

1). The United Nations needs to go the way of the League of Nations, period, no comma. But when I am pressed to deal with the powers that keep it intact, that keep this terrorist supernation that is above the law, we Haitians at HLLN say that:

2.) The least decent world citizens should do is insist that, for the time being, before its total dismantling, that the UN be stripped of its immunity. The fact that UN troops are immune from prosecution or legal action, encourages more abuses;

3). All allegations of wrongdoing should be investigated by an independent agency. The UN cannot be its own watchdog; and,

4.) Besides the blue helmet so-called "peacekeepers" in Haiti, there are at least 16 other United Nations agencies in Haiti dumping their nasty "culture" on an innocent people. They too need to exit pronto.

With their organizational culture of rape, these agencies also destabilize the nations they enter. United Nations salaries are so much higher than local salaries that Haitians who work for them, their NGO and their Bretton Woods affiliates become enablers, complicit in the foul "culture" they have to endure to make a living and many adapt their attitudes: "Have money, will buy."

Our African societies, our Bosnian societies become assimilated to more and more corruption and violence to simply survive these predators. In many cases, indigenous cultures that lived in harmony and cared for the environment for numerous millennia are disrupted when the profit over people invaders land on us, not with their good but their worst.

-- Ezili Danto (@Ezilidanto) March 31, 2017

The truth is out there and it's clear.

The UN is a tool of empire, a military occupation force in Haiti which commits heinous crimes against helpless women and children with mostly total impunity.

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