(LifeSiteNews) — The United Nations (U.N.) and the World Health Organization (WHO) are working to normalize pedophilia globally, according to Dutch author and journalist David Sorensen.
“I’ve worked for several months now on gathering evidence that shows undeniably, conclusively that the United Nations and United Nations and the World Health Organization and other organizations like Planned Parenthood and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation […] are working all over the world […] to completely take over the education in kindergartens and elementary schools,” Sorensen said on the Truth for Health podcast, hosted by Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet.
These organizations not only want to “sexualize little children” but also “to tear down their natural defense systems so that they would completely be open for sexual predators anywhere, everywhere.”
“They literally say every child is a sexual being from the age of zero, that they are a sexual being regardless of age,” he continued. “And that’s so having sex is their human right. Therefore, every child needs to have sexual partners and has to be guided by the schools to engage in sexual relationships from the youngest age possible.”
In its “International technical guidance on sexuality education,” the U.N. promotes “comprehensive sex education,” which it says is designed to “equip children and young people with knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values that will empower them to […] develop respectful social and sexual relationships[.]”
In these guidelines, educators are instructed to teach children, starting at the age of nine, about masturbation.
The WHO’s “Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe,” are even more explicit and start at an even younger age. For instance, it advises educators to inform children aged zero to four about “enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s own body” and “early childhood masturbation.”
Children aged six to nine years old are to be taught about “Sex in the media (including the Internet),” according to the WHO guidelines.
Moreover, for nine- to 12-year-olds, the WHO advises educators to enable children to “make a conscious decision to have sexual experiences or not,” wrongly implying that children are able to consent to sex at such a young age.
The Rutgers Foundation: A global network for pedophilia?
Sorensen told the story of the Dutch Rutgers Foundation, which “operates in 27 nations in the world” to teach “sexual education,” and whose founder had “regular sex trips to Asia where he systematically abused children, Asian sex slaves.” He furthermore “published a magazine that was promoting pedophilia,” Sorensen said.
Rutgers’ recent sex-ed curriculum, Spring Fever, “aggressively pushes the theme of homosexuality onto unsuspecting and vulnerable children,” Sorensen wrote in his exposé. He provides images from comics included in the curriculum that communicate to children that it is okay to have sex with other children, as long as it is “consensual” and they are at least 9 years old.
A children’s book “recommended by Rutgers for use in elementary schools” teaches children about oral sexual behavior, according to photos provided by Sorensen.
Global elites ‘serve the forces of darkness’
“You know, these people serve the forces of darkness, forces of evil in a way that you and me cannot comprehend,” Sorensen told Dr. Vliet.
“According to the International Committee of Jurists, sex with children should not be considered a criminal act if the child agrees to it. This ignores the fact that adults have a strong mental advantage over a little child who has no psychological defense against the persuasive powers of a cunning predator.”
“They use very sophisticated techniques to mentally groom a child to convince a child that this is wonderful, it’s good, etc.,” Sorensen said. “So very rarely does it involve, you know, violence, rape. No, it always involves ‘consent.’ It always involves whether they use techniques, psychological techniques to get a child to ‘consent.’”
UN’s push to decriminalize pedophilia
In April 2023, three U.N.-affiliated organizations published a report that implied that sex with minors should be decriminalized:
With respect to the enforcement of criminal law, any prescribed minimum age of consent to sex must be applied in a non-discriminatory manner. Enforcement may not be linked to the sex/gender of participants or age of consent to marriage.
Moreover, sexual conduct involving persons below the domestically prescribed minimum age of consent to sex may be consensual, in fact, if not in law. In this context, the enforcement of criminal law should reflect the rights and capacity of persons under 18 years of age to make decisions about engaging in consensual sexual conduct and their right to be heard in matters concerning them.
In a subsequent statement, the spokesperson for the U.N. Secretary-General attempted to downplay the remarks made in the controversial document by saying that they would only apply to “adolescents of similar ages for consensual non-exploitative sexual activity” among each other, even though the report never stated that it only applies to “adolescents of similar ages.”
For more information on the subject, you can read David Sorensen’s full exposé here.