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Special Report: UN French Soldiers Rape African Boys in Central African Republic

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Raise your voice with us today and ask the UN to walk away from its LGBT bias and make amends for the sexual wounds inflicted on the CAR boys by perverse French soldiers.

African nations have been under severe pressure to fall in line and submit to the rainbow flag of the LGBT campaigns. Many of our African leaders have been harassed, embarrassed , threatened and even punished for refusing the virulent LGBT propaganda that is brewing in the heart of the western world. And at the UN gatherings most African nations continue to resist the powerful push in favour for SOGI (sexual orientation and Gender identity).Many of us have come to realize, the totalitarianism of the LGBT culture leaves no room for objectors and its tyranny does not tolerate dissenters. Those who do not bow are bent and those who refuse to bend are broken against their will.

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LONDON, England (Catholic Online) - According to a recently leaked report entitled: Sexual Abuse on Children by International Armed Forces, in order to receive food, young refugee boys in Central African Republic (CAR) were forced to let the French troops, who were working as UN peacekeepers in CAR, rape and sodomize them in the capital city Bangui.

Reading this in an article by The Guardian filled me with sorrow and brought bitter tears to my eyes for so many reasons.

I think of this mercilessly ravaged war-torn country in Africa that hasn't known much peace in recent years. I think of the destruction inflicted on the innocents by vicious warmongers and the unimaginable difficulties that must be the quotidian experience of the people of CAR. (Central African Republic)

I try to think of the lack of food and hunger which is at a crisis level in this African country. Thinking about all of this one can begin to understand why the UN sent in their international Armed forces to help restore the nation from the clutches of war, to help restore peace, to help women and children get access to the limited food, water and medicine supplies.

However, according to this leaked report, instead of helping the innocent to get access to basic necessities, some of the UN soldiers were "helping themselves" to the young boys- many of whom were homeless orphans. Some of the children described how they were sexually exploited in return for food and money. In this report, a 9-year old boy described being sexually abused with his friend by two French soldiers at the camp when they went to a checkpoint to look for something to eat.

The presence of the UN troops in CAR should have been good news but instead it may now have led to profound affliction and damage for so many.

This report was made to the UN since July 2014 but nothing was heard of it. And when it was leaked, what did the UN do in quick retaliation? They suspended the person who leaked it!

By the looks of it, the International community has chosen to elevate and celebrate the perverse homosexual lifestyle through out the world,  despite the mounting reports of child sexual abuse, rape and paedophilia, all inherently couched in the hedonistic homosexual culture.

I remember clearly that last year, the Ugandans complained (and continue to complain) about the seduction and recruitment of young innocent boys (by western gay men) into the demimonde of the homosexual lifestyle, they were shouted down by the loud and powerful voices from the west. So much so that Stephen Fry, a well-known British actor and gay-rights activist, came all the way to Kampala to confront the Ugandan Ethics Minister in his office.

They continue to speak over the concern of the African people telling us that "no one is luring our young ones into this lifestyle", but here you have a UN report that details gross sexual abuses by UN French soldiers on boys as young as 9 years old. And what is more is that this doesn't seem to be the first of such occurrence as the UN has faced scandals and serious allegations of sexual misconduct by its troops in Burundi, Liberia and Haiti according to the referenced article by The Guardian.

What is even more painful is that in the last few years many African nations have been under severe pressure to fall in line and submit to the rainbow flag of the LGBT campaigns. Many of our African leaders have been harassed, embarrassed, threatened and even punished for refusing the virulent LGBT propaganda that is brewing in the heart of the western world. And at the UN gatherings most African nations continue to resist the powerful push in favour for SOGI (sexual orientation and Gender identity).

Many of us have come to realize, the totalitarianism of the LGBT culture leaves no room for objectors and its tyranny does not tolerate dissenters. Those who do not bow are bent and those who refuse to bend are broken against their will.

And despite this reality of our world today, here is the unequivocal response from Africa ...We have chosen to object and dissent for the sake of the preservation of marriage, family, community and continuity of our race. We will stand and speak up clearly and coherently for our healthy Culture of Life, Marriage and Family.

Therefore on this day, when such a heinous report is brought to light, we lament and reject this hedonistic culture which is unfortunately rocking and ravaging western countries in its vicious attempt to redefine human sexuality, marriage and family.

On this day, we shed tears to know that the UN in its unflinching biased support for the LGBT propaganda has not acted fast enough and thoroughly enough to protect vulnerable, homeless , tender and innocent ones in CAR .

Raise your voice with us today and ask the UN to walk away from its LGBT bias and make amends for the sexual wounds inflicted on the CAR boys by perverse French soldiers.

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Obianuju Ekeocha is an African woman, living and working in the United Kingdom as a Specialist Biomedical Scientist. She is also the founder of Culture of Life Africa, an initiative dedicated to the promotion of a Culture of Life in Africa  through the dissemination of good information, sensitization and education. She has written several articles including the "Open Letter to Melinda Gates"  and "Africa in the redefined world (An Open Letter to President Obama)" Her passion and privilege is to continue to work in defense of the sanctity and dignity of life within Culture.

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