Whistleblower Exposes UN Crimes in US Congress
Pulling back the curtain, former United Nations investigator Peter Gallo exposed a variety of UN crimes during a hearing in the U.S. House of Representatives.
From grotesque abuses and child rape by UN troops in “peace” missions across Africa, to the relentless attacks against the courageous whistleblowers who expose these crimes, the UN has become a cesspool of filth and corruption.
Some 60,000 women and children were raped or sexually were assaulted by UN officials in the ten years that Ban Ki Moon was Secretary-General, Gallow explained. And the UN cannot be trusted to investigate itself, as experience has shown, he said.
Gallo, who now works with the non-profit Hear Their Cries, also explains how the UN war on whistleblowers works to keep all of this filth, corruption, perversion, and crime under wraps.
Communist Chinese influence and bribery within the UN is another key topic that must be addressed, Gallo explained. There are numerous examples of this corruption.
When reached by The Liberty Sentinel, Director of Investigations Ben Swanson at the UN Office of Internal Oversight Services declined to comment. UN Spokesman Stephane Dujarric responded to ask for a deadline but has not provided a comment yet.
You can read the full text of Gallo’s written submission to the House Foreign Affairs Committee here.
Gallo joined Alex Newman on The Power Hour radio show to discuss his testimony and explain what has been going on at the UN. You can listen to it here (starts 27 minutes in):
Watch Gallo’s hard-hitting testimony in Congress here: