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No, the UN Has Not Called for the Legalisation of Pedophilia

No, the UN Has Not Called for the Legalisation of Pedophilia

Telegram Post By Jamie McIntyre

From Australian Independent Media Journalist Maria Zee
The United Nations (UN) appears to not be very pleased about my report exposing the ‘8 March Principles’ which advocates for legalising sex with minors.

So much so, that their response has been included in yet another false, malicious and defamatory hit piece against me by the Australian Associated Press, who falsely claim I am a “prominent Australian misinformation spreader.” This is one of many articles they have written about me in what appears to be a targeted pursuit and defamatory campaign against me.

I note the rebuttal from both the UN representative and the International Commission of Jurists falsely stating that the report somehow indicates they aren’t calling for decriminalising sex between adults and minors, but just between minors and minors. The ‘8 March Principles’ says nothing of the sort.

I did get a kick out of one of my quotes they chose to include, nonetheless:

“(The UN is) trying to normalise this to get us to the point where these old, creepy transgender Baphomet-loving old men can have sex with your children legally.”

I stand by my statements.

The UN is once again the target for conspiracy theorists, with claims the international organisation has called for pedophilia to be legalised.

This is false. The claims are based on the misrepresentation of a March 2023 report that called for a more nuanced approach to criminal law when adolescents of similar ages are engaged in consensual, non-exploitative sexual activity.

There are numerous claims across social media, examples hereherehereherehere and here.

“UN just announce they try (sic) to legalize pedophilia,” one post reads.

“They want to legalize pedophilia. If ever there was a line to draw in the sand, this is it,” another adds.

The claim was also made by prominent Australian misinformation spreader Maria Zeee in an interview with US conspiracy theorist Stew Peters.

UN claim
 Claims appeared soon after the report was released 

In the video (archived here), Ms Zeee reads from the report and says: “(The UN is) trying to normalise this to get us to the point where these old, creepy transgender Baphomet-loving old men can have sex with your children legally.”

The report in question was released on March 8, 2023, by the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), the UN’s Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).

It calls for a “human rights-based approach” to criminal law relating to issues including sex, drug use, HIV, homelessness and poverty.

The passage used to make the claim is contained on pages 22 and 23.

“Moreover, sexual conduct involving persons below the domestically prescribed minimum age of consent to sex may be consensual in fact, if not in law,” the report says.

“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.”

It continues, stating that persons under the age of 18 should participate in decisions affecting them, “with due regard to their age, maturity and best interests, and with specific attention to non-discrimination guarantees”.

The UN has responded to what it has called “malicious misreporting” of the report on social media.

UN claim
 The claims are coming from Australia and overseas. 

“It did not call for the decriminalization of sex with children, nor did it call for the abolition of the age of consent,” Stéphane Dujarric, spokesman for the Secretary-General, said.

Instead, he said the report recognised that criminal sanctions are not appropriate against adolescents of similar ages for consensual, non-exploitative sexual activity.

He added: “The UN is resolute in fighting the sexual exploitation of children, upholds that sexual exploitation and abuse of children is a crime, and supports countries to protect children.”

The ICJ also released a statement, saying the report had been “seriously misrepresented”.

“(The report does) not call for the decriminalization of sex with children, nor do they call for the abolition of a domestically prescribed minimum age of consent to sex,” the ICJ said.

“Indeed, the ICJ stresses that States have a clear obligation under international law to protect children from all forms of abuses, such as child sexual abuse, including through the criminalization of such conduct.”



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