By Danny C. | DCPeriodical | 12/19/19 |
According to a newly released study from the University of Birmingham (UK), serving UN Peacekeepers have fathered hundreds of children in the earthquake destroyed country of Haiti. Some of the girls impregnated were as young eleven years old.
After their children were born, the young mothers were left to a life of poverty, according to the Times.
The problem of UN workers fathering children during the political upheaval in the wake of the 2010 earthquake became some bad locals even had a nickname for it.
Haitians have reportedly named the peacekeeper-fathered children as ‘Petit Minustah’, a play on the UN’s acronym – United Nations Mission for Justice Support in Haiti – for their mission.–Daily Mail UK.
The study was led by professor Sabina Lee, whose team found out through over 2,500 interviews that soldiers from as many as 12 different countries — including Uruguay, Chile, Argentina, Canada and France — had ‘sexually abused and inpregnated’ a massive number of starving and poverty struck Haitians, sometimes trading them food or a few coins for their services.
After the babies were born, the UN soldiers accepted no responsibility and the victims were ‘left in misery to raise their children alone.’
Haiti is a cesspool of horrid behavior, with its unfortunate citizens usually falling victim to foreigners sent to help them.
After the devastating earthquake, Nepalese soldiers inadvertently introduced a cholera outbreak that claimed 10,000 lives.
This was followed by 114 Sri Lankan troops who were sent home following allegations of child abuse.
Last February, after an investigation by the Charity Commission into the chairty group Oxfam, several executives were hauled before a council for their participation in a Haitian sex ring, where children were being traded and abused for personal profit.
When the report was published in June this year, there were found to be ‘serious problems with the culture, morale and behaviour’ of Oxfam staff in Haiti.
Similarly, ZeroHedge gave a report on a scandal in January 2017 that detailed how Bill and Hillary Clinton personally had a sentence reduced that was given to a child trafficker named Laura Silsby, who the leaked Clinton emails on Wikileaks showed to be connected through the New Life Children’s Refuge Service to the Clinton Foundation.
Silsby was arrested at the Haitian border attempting to smuggle 33 children out of Haiti without documentation. Her sentence and charges were reduced after an intervention by Bill Clinton. In the aftermath of Silsby’s arrest, her originally retained lawyer Jorge Puello was arrested in connection with an international smuggling ring accused of trafficking women and minors from Central America and Haiti. The revelation of this news in November was either ignored by the Western media or attacked by Clinton controlled publications.–ZeroHedge.
In 2010, Silsby and nine other Americans tied to the New Life Children’s Refuge service were arrested for attempting to kidnap and smuggle 33 children out of Haiti, claiming they were orphans, which turned out to be a lie.
CNN reported on February 9, 2010 that this was not the first time Silsby had attempted to traffic children out of Haiti. Haitian police acting on a tip had intercepted Silsby in an earlier, separate attempt to remove 40 children out of the country. She was turned back at the Haitian border.
The Clintons have such pull in Haiti because their foundation raised billions to rebuild the country after the earthquake, but have faced Hatian protests for allegedly pocketing most of the money, according to multiple reports.
With the covered up 2017 Silsby/Clinton revelations mirroring this new UK study and the Oxfam charity scandal, Haiti is disturbing proof that wherever the most vulnerable are, the worst predators will be.
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