French soldiers were accused in 2015 of raping African children when they were on a "peace keeping" mission. Prosecutors have opened an investigation into claims that French peacekeepers raped children as young as nine in the Central African Republic, a judicial source said.

The boys, some of whom were orphans, described how they were sexually exploited, including being raped, between December 2013 and June 2014 by French troops at a centre for internally displaced people at M'Poko airport in Bangui.

Some said they were abused in return for food and money. One 11-year-old boy said he was abused when he went out looking for food. A nine-year-old described being sexually abused with his friend by two French soldiers at the IDP camp when they went to a checkpoint to look for something to eat.

The child described how the soldiers forced him and his friend to carry out a sex act. Added another resident of the camp, "In exchange for cookies, the soldiers demanded oral sex. They even sodomized the children." The report describes how distressed the child was when disclosing the abuse and how he fled the camp in terror after the assault.

The investigation into French pedophilia amongst the UN peacekeepers followed reports that a senior UN aid worker had been suspended for leaking an internal report into abuse by French soldiers against children at a centre for internally displaced people in the capital Bangui. The UN has always been an illuminati army faking being peacekeepers. The international flag of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry is the United Nations Flag (according to their own site).

These are the faces of the young children the French have sexually abused.

'The regular sex abuse by peacekeeping personnel uncovered here and the United Nations' appalling disregard for victims are stomach-turning, but the awful truth is that this isn't uncommon,' Paula Donovan, co-director of Aids Free World, told The Guardian.

'The UN's instinctive response to sexual violence in its ranks - ignore, deny, cover up, dissemble -must be subjected to a truly independent commission of inquiry with total access,' she added.

Bea Edwards, of the Government Accountability Project, an international charity that supports whistleblowers, condemned the UN for its witchhunt against a whistleblower who had acted to stop the abuse of children.

"We have represented many whistleblowers in the UN system over the years and in general the more serious the disclosure they make the more ferocious the retaliation," said Edwards. "Despite the official rhetoric, there is very little commitment at the top of the organisation to protect whistleblowers and a strong tendency to politicise every issue no matter how urgent."

The response to this latest 2015 documented sexual abuse of children by the UN was to prosecute the whistleblower and then claim to do an investigation that's never gone anywhere. Essentially, the French just got away with it. Because it's Africa, nobody bothered to ever ask what happened. No one ever bothered to ask if the troops were ever punished. Everyone just forgot about the 9,10,11 year old boys and girls who are getting raped and abused.

A couple of years later in 2016 we find out what the UN was really trying to hide. The abhorrent actions that the French Troops had been reported to engage in were just the tip of the ICEBERG. In 2016 the United Nations announced 108 new sexual abuse cases allegedly by international peacekeepers in Central African Republic (CAR) with the vast majority of victims being children. A report by a US-based advocacy group said three girls in CAR told UN staff they were tied up and forced to have sex with a dog by a French military commander in 2014.

In December, a panel appointed by Secretary General Ban Ki Moon found that the UN's responses to initial reports of sexual abuse carried out by French soldiers against children should be considered "gross institutional failures." This week, it appears those early cases, which centered around Bangui's airport and began shortly after the French arrived in the Central African Republic in late 2013, were only a drop in the bucket.

AIDS-Free World said 98 girls in CAR reported being sexually abused between 2013 and 2015 by perpetrators who have left the country.

The UN has been in the spotlight for months over dozens of allegations of child rape and other sexual abuses by its peacekeepers, especially those based in CAR, which has faced sectarian violence since 2013. Similar allegations have surfaced against the French force known as Sangaris, which operates independently in the country. "We must face the fact that a number of troops sent to protect people instead acted with hearts of darkness," an Aid worker said.

Three girls told a MINUSCA human rights officer that in 2014 "they and a fourth girl were tied up and undressed inside a camp by a French military commander from the Sangaris force." All four, they said, were "forced to have sex with a dog," then were given the equivalent of around nine dollars.

"The fourth girl later died of an unknown disease," said AIDS Free World in a press release. "One of the survivors said that she was called 'the Sangaris' dog' by people in her community."

This incident with a French commander is particularly alarming, as it suggests senior officials were involved in horrific sexual abuse invovling bestiality, which may have taken place in a central location with many witnesses.

In a separate incident in 2015, UN peacekeepers shot dead a 16-year old boy and his father and raped a 12-year-old girl in Central African Republic.

The 12-year-old girl had been hiding in a bathroom during a house search in a Muslim enclave of the capital, Bangui, on 2 August, she told Amnesty. A man allegedly wearing the blue helmet and vest of the UN peacekeeping forces took her outside and raped her behind a truck. She said that he dragged her out of the room, and slapped her when she started to cry. "When I cried, he slapped me hard and put his hand over my mouth," the girl was quoted as saying by Amnesty.

She alleged that he brought her outside into a far corner of the courtyard behind a truck, groping her breasts and tearing her clothes. The girl later showed Amnesty her torn underwear and said: "He threw me to the ground and lay down on top of me."

The girl's mother told Amnesty that after the incident her daughter was crying and acting extremely upset. The girl was later examined by a nurse working under a doctor's supervision, who found medical evidence consistent with sexual assault.

The next day, after armed clashes with residents had killed a soldier from Cameroon and injured several others, peacekeepers went to the area and "began shooting indiscriminately in the street where the killings had taken place," Amnesty alleged.

Balla Hadji, 61, and his son Souleimane Hadji, 16, were struck by bullets in front of their house. Balla was apparently shot in the back, while Souleimane was shot in the chest. A neighbour who witnessed the killings told Amnesty that "they were going to shoot at anything that moved".

Hadji's family claimed that the UN peacekeeping troops did not help them to transport the wounded man and boy to the hospital. Rather than provide assistance, witnesses said, the peacekeepers fired another round when the daughter tried to cross the street to reach her injured relatives.

The human rights organisation interviewed 15 witnesses immediately after both incidents this month, plus the 12-year-old girl and her family.

Joanne Mariner, its senior crisis response adviser, said: "These allegations of rape and indiscriminate killings committed by UN troops are supported by physical evidence and multiple witness accounts.

The UN Rape machine continues to this day. The UN publicly maintains a zero tolerance policy on sexual abuse. Less publicly, it stands by as peacekeepers rape women and children in the Central African Republic, victims and human rights organizations allege. Four years after UN peacekeepers were first accused of rape in the country following a decade of civil war, victims say the crime continues with impunity. Expanding upon 255 alleged incidents worldwide from 2015 to 2017, a woman tells USA Today that peacekeepers raped her 10-year-old son a year ago in Bouar, leaving him "traumatized." A 13-year-old girl says she was raped two years ago near Bangui by two soldiers who lured her with promises of "candies and cookies." A 17-year-old girl says she was raped at gunpoint by two soldiers in June, and knows many women who were raped, impregnated, and later gave birth.

January of 2018, the French rules that they had done nothing wrong in Central African Republic (CAR). They French court system ruled that despite 100s of cases there wasn't sufficient evidence to try any of the French Soldiers. They were all let free and the Illuminati system once again fucked africa with no consequences. The Polite Western world never bothered to cover that part of the story and the French continue to walk around like smug assholes who think they can rape anyone they want.

The UN is a sick illuminati Jewish hoax. They do nothing to bring peace - they are a front for pedophilia and slave trading. They abduct people and sell them into slavery. They abducy children and sell them into sex slavery. Raping the locals is just part of the problem. They are really part of a vast system of evil that exploits vulnernable countries like sexual predators looking for poor children to give candy bars to. The UN is evil illuminati scum.

The UN has faced several scandals in the past relating to its failure to act over paedophile rings operating in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kosovo and Bosnia. It has also faced allegations of sexual misconduct by its troops in Haiti, Burundi and Liberia.

The reputation of United Nations peacekeeping missions suffered a humiliating blow in 2005 when an internal report identified repeated patterns of sexual abuse and rape perpetrated by soldiers supposed to be restoring the international rule of law.

The highly critical study, published by Jordan's ambassador to the UN assembly, was endorsed by the organisation's embattled secretary general, Kofi Annan, who condemned such "abhorrent acts."

Allegations surfaced that UN troops sent to police Liberia were regularly having sex with girls aged as young as 12, sometimes in the mission's administrative buildings.

In the DRC, UN peacekeepers were said to have offered abandoned orphans small gifts - as little as two eggs from their rations, says the report - for sexual encounters. Used condoms, an inquiry by the UN's Office of Internal Oversight Services discovered, littered the perimeter of military camps and guard posts.

Alarm about the involvement of UN peacekeepers in sex trafficking first became widespread during the 1990s when investigators found soldiers were customers in brothels run in Bosnia and Kosovo which relied on women sold into forced prostitution. One recent estimate suggested up to 2,000 women have been coerced into sex slavery in Kosovo.

Sexual exploitation by peacekeepers may threaten the security of missions, the study suggests, exposing them "to blackmail and violent retaliation". It also speeds the transmission of HIV/Aids.

"Victims frequently suffer from psychological trauma as a result of their experiences. Victims and abandoned peacekeeper babies may face stigmatisation by their families and communities, which deprive them of all support."