May 13, 2018
We’ve got ourselves another narrative crisis here, kids.
When Peter Dalglish, a lauded humanitarian worker, built a sleek cabin near a Nepalese village of rutted roads and hills ribbed with rice paddies, locals knew virtually nothing about him.
But over several years, Mr. Dalglish, a Canadian, endeared himself to many in the community, greeting villagers in Nepali, offering chocolates from Thailand to children playing in the forest and helping people rebuild their homes destroyed by devastating earthquakes in 2015.
The good will was shattered last month when the police swarmed around Mr. Dalglish’s home, placed a gun to his head and arrested him on charges of raping at least two boys, 12 and 14.
Suddenly, villagers were on edge, worried about how far the betrayal — and abuse — may have stretched.
You can go read the guy’s Wikipedia – he’s like, one of the world’s top figures in doing these third world children’s aid programs.
He’s been working in these aid programs since the 80s.
He’s worked for the UN, directly, in charge of some kinds of children’s thing.
He’s been celebrated as a hero by Justin Trudeau.
He’s a member of the Order of Canada.
One of the biggest “help the children” celebrities on the planet, if not the single biggest.
And clearly, he got involved in this industry specifically because he was interested in little boys – it wasn’t an interest that developed afterward.
So this brings into question the entire concept of these third world human rights children’s aid programs, and the motivation behind them.
These people get caught molesting children all the time.
Recently, they made a big deal out of British Oxfam aid workers having sex with adult paid hookers in Haiti, something that wasn’t illegal. In fact, the organization didn’t even ban the use of prostitutes by staff. There were no allegations that any children were involved – and it had happened in 2010, and apparently everyone had known about it all along.
Look – if some guy works for Apple and goes to China to inspect the factories and visits a brothel while he’s there, is that a scandal? If you go to a hooker bar in Asia it is filled with businessmen on business trips. I mean, you can go into like, the morality of prostitution in the most general sense, I guess. But wow.
Why was the Oxfam thing a thing?
The Oxfam Haiti scandal blew up as this huge thing in February – meanwhile, the same month, a former high level UN official said that Unicef is filled with pedophiles.
UN staff have carried out thousands of rapes around the world, a former senior official has claimed.
Andrew MacLeod, who was chief of operations at the UN’s Emergency Co-ordination Centre, said that “predatory” abusers used development jobs to get to vulnerable women and children.
He estimated that 60,000 rapes had been carried out by UN staff in the past decade, with 3,300 paedophiles working in the organisation and its agencies.
“There are tens of thousands of aid workers around the world with paedophile tendencies, but if you wear a Unicef T-shirt nobody will ask what you’re up to,” he told The Sun.
“You have the impunity to do whatever you want. It is endemic across the aid industry across the world.”
As a followup to the Times interview, MacLeod wrote an op-ed for the Independent where he went into more detail.
But it never got any attention, being overshadowed by the Oxfam Haiti thing where no crime was committed and no staff member even violated company policy.
So I think it was a purposeful distraction from the fact that the entire “aid” industry is a pedophile racket (which also makes a bunch of money for dem programs in the UN and ensures the continued explosion of third world populations).
This is just obvious.
Firstly, it is obvious that if you’re a pedophile, you’re going to figure out a lifestyle that allows access to children. Just like if you’re a heterosexual, you’re going to figure out a lifestyle that allows you access to women.
In the latter case, it generally means getting in shape, making money, dressing well, driving a nice car, etc.
In the former case, what are your options?
Well, you can become a priest. You can become a boarding school teacher. Or you can go work for UNICEF.
But there are reasons other than being a pedophile that you would become a priest or a boarding school teacher. I cannot think of a single reason other than being a pedophile that you would become a UNICEF worker. The pay is not good at all, you have relatively horrible living conditions, you are exposed to all kinds of third world diseases, etc., etc., etc.
If some grown man tells me he’s living in a third world shithole “helping children,” I’m just going to assume he’s a pedophile.
So this brings us to the larger issue of people who signal their moral goodness very often having ulterior motives.
Like with the Jews talking about how it is so morally good to import all of these savages into our countries, while in actual reality all they are trying to do is destroy the white race, which they view as a competitor.
It makes you think.