Maybe I missed it, but I don’t recall reading, hearing, and/or watching about wave after wave of child abuse reports from all over the globe regarding the United Nation’s huge problem with pedophilia.
In 2001, the United Nations International Police Task Force fired a whistle-blower after she told her superiors about a massive pedophile-prostitution ring being run out of the U.N. Peacekeeping Mission in Bosnia. Finally, in 2002, news trickled out on the sex abuse and rape against West African refugee children by U.N. “peacekeepers” and aid workers.
In 2005, it was U.N. “peacekeepers” sexually abusing and raping children and women in the Congo. U.N. Peacekeepers in Rape Scandal
And in 2008, Humanitarian aid workers and United Nation peacekeepers are sexually abusing small children in several war-ravaged and food-poor countries
So, why didn’t the United Nations’ massive pedophilia scandal receive the media attention that was given to the Catholic Church pedophile scandal? Could it have something to do with U.S. government contractor DynCorp, who has so many connections to the sex-slave world.
In 1999 in Bosnia, a U.S. policewoman who worked for DynCorp was fired after telling of an alleged sex-slave ring operating on one of the bases there. The U.S. policewoman, Kathryn Bolkovac, settled a lawsuit. Her story recently wasfeaturedin the film “The Whistleblower.”
Bolkovac’s case followed a similar episode in which another employee, Ben Johnston, blew the whistle on DynCorp employees and supervisors for allegedly engaging in sex with 12- to 15-year-old children and selling them to each other as slaves.
After all, the United Nations subsidized DynCorp pedophilia continues. Dyncorp stock is currently owned by 108 funds/institutions, including Allstate Insurance Co., Bank of America, Bank Of New York Mellon Corp,, Bear Stearns, Blackrock Inc., California Public Employees Retirement System, Credit Suisse …