United Nations whistleblower Anders Kompass, a human-rights official who exposed international so-called peacekeepers raping and exploiting children in Africa on a UN “peace” mission, announced that he would be leaving the scandal-plagued international organization for good.
In the eastern regions of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, far from the world media spotlight, Christians are reportedly being brutally slaughtered, kidnapped, brutalized, and chased away amid what local Catholic bishops have described as a “climate of genocide.” The perpetrators: Islamist jihadists and brutal militias that, according to sources ranging from officials and international organizations to watchdog groups, are receiving support from governments, military leaders, and other terror groups. The United Nations, which occupies the Congolese region with its armed and often brutal “peacekeeping” forces, has been standing on the sidelines observing the developments, according to church officials.
As if the bloody mess left in Libya by Obama, the United Nations, and al-Qaeda was not already tragic enough, here comes round two. Despite the disastrous consequences of the earlier intervention, which was launched without a shred of constitutional authority, the Obama administration has once again deployed U.S. military forces to the North African nation — again without permission from Congress or the U.S. Constitution. Weapons shipments, support for shadowy militia groups, extrajudicial assassinations via drone-fired missile, and more are already under way. And, like last time, various globalist European powers are reportedly helping.
According to Open Doors, a ministry supporting persecuted Christians, Somalia has the worst record in the world in how they treat Christian citizens, second only to North Korea.
When al-Shabaab Islamic militants attacked a bus in Mandera County, northeastern Kenya on December 21, Muslim passengers on the bus refused to identify Christians to the gunmen, and some even lent their Muslim religious garb to Christians to help protect their identities from the terrorists.