UN Child Rapists Urge Legalizing Sex With Adolescents
International human rights law requires legalizing sex with children, experts say.
By Daniel Greenfield
The position of the United Nations on the subject was already a matter of record.
More than 100 UN peacekeepers ran a child sex ring in Haiti. None were ever jailed – AP
An Associated Press investigation of 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 — signalling 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.
Now the UN would just like everyone to adopt its position on sexually grooming children.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, “The International Committee of Jurists (ICJ) along with UNAIDS and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) officially launched a new set of expert jurist legal principles to guide the application of international human rights law to criminal law.”
These expert jurist legal principles inform us that “international human rights law requires paying due regard to… “adolescents’ evolving capacity to consent in certain contexts, in fact, even if not in law, when they are below the prescribed minimum age of consent in domestic law.”
Furthermore, “the enforcement of criminal law should reflect the rights and capacity of persons under 18 years of age to make decisions about engaging in consensual sexual conduct and their right to be heard in matters concerning them.”
Especially when they’re starving children servicing UN peacekeepers.
“I did not even have breasts,” said a girl, known as V01 — Victim No. 1. She told UN investigators that over the next three years, from ages 12 to 15, she had sex with nearly 50 peacekeepers, including a “Commandant” who gave her 75 cents. Sometimes she slept in UN trucks on the base next to the decaying resort, whose once-glamorous buildings were being overtaken by jungle.
V03 identified 11 Sri Lankan troops through photographs, one of whom she said was a corporal with a “distinctive” bullet scar between his armpit and waist. V04, who was 14, said she had sex with the soldiers every day in exchange for money, cookies or juice.
The boy, V08, said he had sex with more than 20 Sri Lankans. Most would remove their name tags before taking him to UN military trucks, where he gave them oral sex or was sodomized by them.
Another boy, V09, was 15 when his encounters began. Over the course of three years, he said he had sex with more than 100 Sri Lankan peacekeepers, averaging about four a day, investigators said.
This is how the UN celebrates International Women’s Day.
The folks most excited about “adolescents’ evolving capacity to consent” are pedophiles.
But this report does provide a compelling argument for moving the UN back to San Francisco, building a wall around the place and then walking away and pretending that nothing inside ever existed.