Whenever United Nations Peacekeeper forces are dispatched, it is supposed to be for the purposes of preserving law and order in the areas they are sent to, but when those who are given that task fail to do so and even contribute to the lawlessness, chaos and destruction ensues!
Such is the reason that most Americans distrust having UN troops on American soil, since whatever crimes may be committed by those troops is happening with the full blessings of the international community. No thank you, we’ll pass on that offer of protection. We can take care of ourselves!
Haiti, however, is one of those countries that doesn’t have that choice, and they must suffer the indignities of having foreign UN Troops patrolling their streets. Not only that, they are also subject to the atrocities that accompanies having foreigners dispense their brand of “justice,” like forcing children as young as 12 into child sex rings.
From Hot Air:
The Associated Press has an exclusive report on a long-standing problem involving United Nations peacekeepers who target women and children as young as 12 for sex in countries where they are stationed. The AP found thousands of accusations of sexual assault lodged against peacekeepers but the men responsible are very rarely held accountable. The article focuses in particular on a sex ring in Haiti that existed from 2004 to 2007. The AP has a copy of a UN report in which victims are identified by number, i.e. V02:
V02, who was 16 when the U.N. team interviewed her, told them she had sex with a Sri Lankan commander at least three times, describing him as overweight with a moustache and a gold ring on his middle finger…
During her interview with investigators, another young victim, V07, received a phone call from a Sri Lankan peacekeeper. She explained that the soldiers would pass along her number to incoming contingent members, who would then call her for sex.
According to the report, there were 134 Sri Lankan UN Troops involved and the “number of sexual assaults is too numerous to describe in detail…”
Although 114 of the 134 Sri Lankan UN Troops were sent home, to this date, none have been imprisoned and some are even still serving in the military!
For its part, a UN spokesman offered the AP this sort of pablum: “Improving the assistance provided to victims, who are at the heart of our response, is fundamental.” The UN continues to send Sri Lankan peacekeepers to Haiti.
My conclusion is these Sri Lankan soldiers had better NEVER set foot on American soil and try here what they did in Haiti or there’s going to be a very high price to pay!
But it doesn’t stop there – it’s not just in Haiti, it’s everywhere:
Again, the Haitian sex ring is just one example. The AP found 2,000 complaints of sexual abuse over the past 12 years, with over 300 of those involving children. In very few cases are the soldiers involved ever punished. That decision is not up to the UN, but to the home countries who provide the soldiers.
I think it is time for the United States to leave the United Nations? Do you agree?
Source: Hot Air