May 26, 2024

How the WHO and UN Plans to Normalize Pedophilia


In this new report, Stop World Control has presented several pieces of evidence of how the world’s elites are using the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations (UN) to normalize pedophilia through the promotion of sexual education to children as young as five years old.

Stop World Control dissected the contents of the International Technical Guidance On Sexuality Education along with other documents such as the Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe which aims to awaken young children to their sexuality.

According to the Stop World Control website, “Sexualizing kids is part of UN Agenda 2030”. It then goes on to explore how this agenda is being rolled out in schools through a “comprehensive sexuality education” that indoctrinates children into active sexual life.

Editor’s Note: This revelation from Stop World Control has elicited many different reactions around the world. Some people who have been fighting against COVID tyranny are finding it difficult to question whether international organizations like the UN and UNICEF would knowingly promote an agenda that would harm children. We understand the resistance, but all the evidence is already in front of us. Are we going to wait until sexually explicit educational materials reach our shores? Do people really think that pedophilia does not happen in the Philippines?

If you think that these atrocities have no chance of reaching your children, then consider this: in 2019, the Philippines was considered by UNICEF as the “global epicentre” for the livestream child abuse trade. Research has also shown that poverty in the Philippines is fueling what is called child sex tourism. Our society is ripe for the sexual exploitation of children, and this is already evident in the rising number of child sex abuses in the country.

Despite this, the government has not made it a priority to protect our children from predators. In fact, we are now seeing this agenda permeating into our schools.

Sure, it is important to enable kids to learn about “sex and relationships in a manner that is positive, affirming, and centered on the best interests of the young person”, but as parents, ask yourselves, is a 4-year-old already capable of contextualizing masturbation? Is a 9-year-old already capable of consent?

Go ahead and read the full article from Stop World Control. Review the resources they have cited and discover the truth for yourself.

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