U.N. Exposed In Massive Sexual Assault Scandal

PUBLISHED: 9:16 PM 15 Feb 2018

U.N. Aid Workers Have Committed 60,000 Sexual Assaults In Last Decade

Shocking report details 60,000 sexual assaults by U.N. aid workers.

Shocking report details 60,000 sexual assaults by U.N. aid workers.

A former United Nations official reveals the agency is not only harboring criminals, but that its aid workers have committed more than 60,000 rapes and sexual assaults in the past last decade.

Whistleblower Andrew MacLeod, the former chief of operations at the U.N.’s Emergency Coordination Centre, said he notified U.N. officials last month that “he estimated that 60,000 rapes had been carried out by UN staff in the past decade, with 3,300 pedophiles working in the organization and its agencies.”

He also warned U.N. officials that the agency had been hiring thousands of sexual predators who applied for foreign aid positions in order to exploit vulnerable women and children.

“There are tens of thousands of aid workers around the world with pedophile tendencies, but if you wear a UNICEF T-shirt nobody will ask what you’re up to,” MacLeod said.

He added: “You have the impunity to do whatever you want. It is endemic across the aid industry across the world. The system is at fault, and should have stopped this years ago.”

MacLeod’s assessment, which gleans from 2016 data from the U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres, reveals there were 103 allegations of sexual assault made against U.N. peacekeeping and foreign aid members in Africa last year during one segment.

More than half of those allegations stated that there were multiple victims involved in the sexual abuse.

Imagine those figures and stats spread across the globe, and that’s how you approach an eye-popping number like 60,000 women and children being sexually assaulted.

The whistleblower contends there are tens of thousands of these cases occurring each year, and that it could be far more than 60,000 by now.

With allegations of hiring roughly 3,300 sexual predators and its aid workers having committed more than 60,000 sexual assaults in the past last decade, hopefully this will bring swift action to the U.N.

Source: Daily Wire