PlayStation Partners With United Nations, An Organization Known For Raping Kids, To Promote Climate Change Agenda

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The United Nations rapes kids. They’ve been raping kids around the world for years. Multiple cases of child sex abuse were uncovered over the past 15 years, with more than 1,700 allegations of child sex abuse surfacing during a Frontline investigation.

When the child rapists at the United Nations were dragged into the light, tried, and jailed, as reported by The Guardian, additional reports surfaced that this wasn’t the first time the U.N., was caught with their pants down (literally and figuratively) when it came to assaulting children.

The international organization had covered up countless incidents throughout the 1990s when a whistleblower tried bringing the issues to the forefront of the media’s conscious more than a quarter of a century ago, as detailed in an interview conducted with a former U.N., whistleblower on the Peace Women’s website.

All of those cases are completely separate from some of the more recent incidents that have surfaced, including a U.N., official arrested for molesting a teenage boy who was on vacation while visiting from abroad.


Independent journalists like Inner City Press have been covering and attempting to expose the U.N’s corruption for years.

In order to maintain their corruption the U.N., even had the Inner City Press’ credentials revoked at one point.

Sony, however, has teamed up with this corrupt organization to peddle their own sociopolitical agenda.

On September 23rd, 2019, the official PlayStation account tweeted out the following.

The link leads to the PlayStation Blog, where they shamelessly announce their partnership with the United Nations Environment Committee, with SIE CEO Jim Ryan writing…

“At the UN Climate Summit, I will join leaders in the gaming industry to make formal commitments to contribute to the efforts of the UN Environment committee through a new partnership, the Playing for the Planet alliance.


“We believe that careful stewardship of natural resources is of utmost importance and are aligned with the mission and objectives of UN Environment. Earlier this year, they created a new Youth and Environment Alliance and quickly realized partnering with the video game industry would help them reach their sustainable development goals.”

Sony makes no mention about the United Nations raping kids, nor about why they would partner with rapists.

Instead, they setup a web portal over on Playing 4 The Planet, where they urge gamers to join their initiative. They promise that for the PlayStation 5 the console will be more energy efficient and conservative in its power consumption to help the environment. Even though power conservation from a PS5 isn’t going to do diddly squat about the ice caps.

Once again, they care more about peddling their sociopolitical narrative than the fact that this same organization they’re partnering with used their global standing and stature to rape children.

It was only after being bombarded with irrefutable evidence did the United Nations eventually admit to the charges, and then they were pressured to make a video about how they were dealing with the child rapes via a short message that was published back in September of 2018 on the official U.N YouTube channel.

Even after the U.N., finally admitted to raping and assaulting children, 64 additional allegations surfaced after U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres claimed that they would enact a “zero tolerance” policy on those committing such acts.

Moreover, of those 64 allegations 33 of them reportedly took place from agencies directly tied to the United Nations funding programs and office personnel, while six involved U.N., Peacekeepers, and 25 involved non-U.N., personnel working with the organization.

According to the UN News site, 30 of the 64 alleged incidents occurred in 2018 alone.

According to the Daily Mail, some of these incidents went unrecorded because the victims and/or their parents were unsure how to file official complaints, with some of the testimonies shared in the piece highlighting the conundrum of actually reporting the assaults…

“One victim, Daniella from the Central African Republic, told the documentary that a French peacekeeper took her off the street.


‘They grabbed me, took me inside the house. After they took me inside, they took my clothes off, threw me down, had sex with me, then took me outside and told me to go.’


“Her family said they did not know how to make a complaint to UN officials, so her rape went unrecorded.


“Another victim, Manda, who was 11 at the time she was attacked, said that she was ‘grabbed by force’ when she was on her way to the market to get flour.


‘I don’t know why he chose me’, she said. ‘After he had sex with me he gave me money and told me not to talk about it. It was in the second month I got pregnant.’


“[…] Another girl, Mauricette, was 17 when she was drugged and gang raped by Mauritian UN peacekeepers.


“She told the programme: ‘I fell to the ground and lost consciousness. I woke up in the Samaritan hospital. That was when I was told what had happened to me.


‘After that I stopped doing many of the things I used to do. I can’t walk outside like I used to. I am condemned to stay at home.'”

Nevertheless, SIE’s Jim Ryan makes it known at the end of his missive that this is all about indoctrination – foisting Left-wing politics on people whether they like it or not, writing…

“The gaming community is diverse and growing at a fast pace. There is an undeniable opportunity for leaders in the games industry to take a stand and support the UN Environment team by communicating the importance of preserving natural resources for generations to come. At PlayStation, we believe games have the power to ignite social change through educating people, evoking emotions, and inspiring hope. We could not be more proud to be part of the Playing for the Planet Alliance and the commitments announced. We look forward to seeing what the industry can achieve together.”

I’m curious why Sony is more concerned about using their platform to push agenda-driven politics rather than hold the United Nations culpable for all the kids they’ve abused over the years? That’s not to mention that the U.N., is still covering up for their corruption, revoking access and bullying journalists who expose their corruption, and trying to downplay how bad their corruption truly is.

Then again, both the United Nations and Sony want to ban fictional material with lewd anime characters, so I suppose it makes sense why they would get into bed together.

If you feel like supporting child-murdering rapists, then feel free to join up with the Playing 4 The Planet initiative.

(Thanks for the news tip Eric)

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