Former UN Boss: United Nations is an International Pedophile Ring

Former UN Boss: United Nations is an International Pedophile Ring

Top UN officials blows the whistle to expose huge child trafficking operation

A former senior UN official has blown the whistle to expose the United Nations for operating an international child trafficking ring that employs “at least 3,300 pedophiles.”

According to a bombshell report, United Nations staff could have raped up to 60,000 children, all while shielded by the intergovernmental organization tasked with “maintaining international order.”

The horrific operation has been exposed by ex-UN aid boss official Andrew Macleod in a dossier that was handed over to British DFID Secretary Priti Patel last year.

Professor Macleod revealed that an estimated 3,300 pedophiles are currently working for the body’s various agencies around the world.

Thousands more “predatory” sex abusers are also offered aid charity jobs, allowing them to get close to vulnerable women and children with full protection.

Macleod reports that an “endemic” cover-up of the sickening crimes has been ongoing for two decades, with those who attempt to blow the whistle getting fired, and have their lives destroyed.

Prof MacLeod has now gone public with a copy of his dossier, warning that the spiraling abuse scandal is on the same scale as the Catholic Church’s pedophilia epidemic.

The highly-respected academic said in a statement:

“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.

“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.”

Professor MacLeod worked as an aid boss for the UN all over the world, including high profile jobs in the Balkans, Rwanda, and Pakistan – where he was chief of operations of the UN’s Emergency Coordination Centre.

He is campaigning for far tougher checks on aid workers in the field as well as the abusers among them to be brought to justice and wants the UK to lead the fight.

The professor’s grim 60,000 figure is based on UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres’s admission last year that UN peacekeepers and civilian staff abused 311 victims in just one 12 month period over 2016.

The UN also admits that the likely true number of cases reported against its staff is double that, as figures outside of war zones are not centrally collated.

Prof MacLeod also estimates that only one in 10 of all rapes and assaults by UN staff are reported, as even in the UK the reporting rate is just 14 percent.

Based on evidence from Prof MacLeod, ex-Cabinet minister Priti Patel – who resigned in November last year – accused senior officials at DFID of being part of the cover-up.

Ms. Patel said senior DFID staff tried to talk her out of making a critical speech about aid workers’ sex abuse, arguing that it was only by UN soldiers and to claim otherwise was “over-stepping the mark”.

Britain is one of the top 10 contributors to the UN budget, handing over £2bn a year.

Prof MacLeod insisted that meant the “difficult truth” that “child rape crimes are being inadvertently funded in part by United Kingdom tax-payer.”

He added: “I know there were a lot of discussions at senior levels of the United Nations about ‘something must be done’ but nothing effective came of it, and if you look at the record of whistleblowers, they were fired.

“We are looking at a problem on the scale of the Catholic Church — if not bigger.”

Senior Tory MP Conor Burns, who is Boris Johnson’s parliamentary aide, dubbed the Oxfam furor as just “the tip of an iceberg in finding out what has been going on.”

Mr. Burns was a university friend of Prof MacLeod and called for him to be listened to very seriously.

Mr. Burns added: “I believe that there has been systematic, organized and covered-up activity going on over many, many years.”

In response, Penny Mordaunt vowed to “step up our work to tackle sexual exploitation and abuse across the UN and other international organizations.”

In September last year, PM Theresa May also threatened to withhold cash from the UN and demanded it “win back trust.”

No10 responded to the report insisting there will be “zero tolerance” towards any acts of sexual abuse.

But Downing Street ducked out of ordering an investigation into Ms. Patel’s allegations, despite their seriousness.

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