A massive child sex ring was exposed in Haiti involving international peacekeepers with the United Nations in collaboration with high-level officials from around the world.
The massive child sex ring is a huge blow to human trafficking at a global scale. The UN peacekeepers, their high-level commanders, and other personnel from around the globe came to Haiti for sex with boys and girls as young as 12.
A report released by the Associated Press shared a statement from a girl identified as VO1 or Victim No 1. The young girl said that she did not have breasts despite being subjected to the abuse.
Haiti fell down from its initial status as a tropical paradise resort destination. As a result, hundreds of children were left homeless and many of them without parents. The world’s most awful predators decided to target the easy prey.
Reports indicate that more than 300 children have come forward in the last decade with complaints of sexual abuse. Surprisingly, very few people have been held accountable for their assault against the young ones.
The UN passes the when it comes to keeping its peacekeepers in check. As a result, these sickos aren’t charged. The UN is estimated to have received more than 2,000 cases of sexual abuse and child exploitation in the last 12 years. The countries sending their troops are also ignorant or they deliberately refuse to hold the U.N. peacekeeper accountable.
The U.N. always shifts the blame to the member states to avoid being held accountable for the sexual abuse. The UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric made a statement earlier this year proving that the U.N. has mastered the art of passing the buck. Dujarric said that the U.N. will keep an eye on the sexual crime, she also emphasized that it is the responsibility of member states to fully investigate and hopefully prosecute such crimes.
There’s a great likelihood that these countries are covering up the sex trafficking investigations because they understand that the elite have ties with child sex trafficking.
Reports from AP indicate that the news outlet interviewed alleged victims, current and former U.N. officials and investigators and sought answers from 23 countries on the number of peacekeepers who faced such allegations and, what if anything, was done to investigate.
The results found out that few nations responded to repeated requests, while the names of those found guilty are kept confidential, making accountability impossible to determine.
The U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres was forced to address the issue of sexual abuse and child exploitation among UN peacekeepers it last month. This was after the problem of sexual abuse and child exploitation become so rampant. Guterres emphasized that in one voice, the U.N. will not tolerate anyone committing sexual exploitation.
However, the words made by AP will have a very little impact to the abuse that’s already increasing. A report was commissioned by the United Nations about a decade ago promising to do the same. Unfortunately, the reforms have never materialized. After the promises were made two years ago, children are being sexually exploited by U.N. peacekeepers.
Back in 2011, a teenage boy said he was gang-raped by Uruguayan peacekeepers who filmed the alleged assault on a cellphone. Lots of Haitian women also say they were raped, and dozens more had what is politely called survival sex.
A Haitian lawyer by the name of Mario Joseph has been striving hard to put to an end the disgusting menace. Joseph has fought to get compensation for victims of a deadly cholera strain that was linked to Nepalese peacekeepers. The cholera strain killed an estimated 10,000 people.
Joseph has now decided to take on the case of the Haitian child sex ring. The Haitian lawyer emphasized that human rights are not just for rich white people. The U.S. Sen. Bob Corker has also joined Joseph in an attempt to force accountability among the UN.
A former U.N. investigator identified as Peter Gallo, who happens to be familiar with the case, explained to the AP that the system is setup in such a way that it apparently facilitates this abuse., adding that its an indictment of how the whole U.N. system works.