UN Report Suggests Legalizing Crimes Against Children

According to a study sponsored by the United Nations released last month, world leaders are normalizing pedophilia by giving adolescents the legal right to consent to sexual acts with adults.

The International Committee of Jurists (ICJ), the United Nations Agency for International Development (UNAIDS), and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) published a report that argues for the decriminalization of offenses relating to drug use, sex, HIV, sexual and reproductive health, poverty, and homelessness.

The report’s authors also urge attorneys, courts, and law enforcement agencies to give minors the benefit of the doubt regarding their ability to make judgments about consenting to sexual activity.

The report’s conclusions were based on input and assessments from academics, legal practitioners, jurists, and human rights advocates, over five years.

The paper also advocates for decriminalizing abortion and abolishing the penalty for expectant women who use illicit substances during pregnancy, arguing that murdering the unborn in voluntary abortions is a right.

In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, officials released a paper that makes an allegation about a correlation connecting women’s rights and the age to give sexual consent.

Melbourne, Australia, feminist activist Michelle Uriarau tweeted that the report’s release on International Women’s Day was a successful attempt to gaslight women worldwide. 

The UN study advocates for the legalization of sexual activity even when it takes place between children and adolescents.  She referred to the report as “Evil.”

Credible claims of sexual assault and abuse by the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti, which ended its operations in 2017, have been widely reported by the Associated Press and other media sources for years. 

Ten percent of the 2,500 residents with whom the researchers spoke about life in villages with peacekeepers brought up the topic of kids fathered by the peacekeepers.  

Women and children in Haiti are not the only victims of rape or sexual exploitation by peacekeepers. Rapes committed in Somalia, the Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo have all been documented. 

Prosecutions have been uncommon despite widespread public outcry and media attention.