Friday, June 02, 2023
Share:

The UN Appears To Recommend Normalizing Sex With Minors



In March, the United Nations released a report called “The 8 March Principles for a Human Rights-Based Approach to Criminal Law Proscribing Conduct Associated with Sex, Reproduction, Drug Use, HIV, Homelessness and Poverty.” The report, which can be found here, was written by the International Association of Jurists with an assist by UNAIDS and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.

Among the things that was written in the report is Principle 16, which deals with “consensual sexual conduct.” One of the phrases that was written in the report is, “Sexual conduct involving persons below the domestically prescribed minimum age of consent to sex may be consensual in fact, if not in law,”

The document does not explicitly call for decriminalizing sex between minors and adults. But it does state that children have the right and the capacity to make sexual decisions, according to Fox News.

Children cannot consent to sexual relations, especially with a much older adult partner, no matter what the U.N. says. The power dynamics of that relationship allow for the adult to exploit the child and that’s before we even get to the fact that the development of the mental capacity of teenagers, which means they aren’t all there. This could open the door to the increase sexual exploitation of teenagers and children.

From CNSNews:

While not quite declaring outright that it’s a human right for adults to have sex with minors, the U.N. report suggests that a law preventing such a relationship is a violation of a child’s right to have sex with whomever the child wants.

The U.N. report echoes the thinking of groups like the North American Man-Boy Love Association, which condones pedophilia and works to abolish age-of-consent laws,” Adam Kredo wrote in The Washington Free Beacon. “While the report stops short of calling for the legalization of sex with minors, it maintains that those under 18 years of age have the mental capacity to willingly have sex with older individuals.”

The report is particularly disturbing given that the U.N. has been ensnared in several scandals involving child sex rings in recent years. In 2017, The Associated Press reported on such scandals in Haiti.

The men who came from a far-away place and spoke a strange language offered the Haitian children cookies and other snacks. Sometimes they gave them a few dollars,” AP reported. “But the price was high: The Sri Lankan peacekeepers wanted sex from girls and boys as young as 12.”

Maybe the U.N. is just trying to justify the child rape that its peacekeepers seem to want to always commit. It seems whenever the U.N. is not serving as a dictator’s club, its peacekeepers are abusing children all over the world.

It seemed impossible for the U.N. to be even more disgusting than it already is. But regurgitating the rhetoric of pedophilia apologists is a new low even for this organization.