Omar’s Call for UN Takeover of Mexico Border Undermined by History of Child Rape Scandals

Saturday, August 31, 2019
By Paul Martin

by JACK MONTGOMERY
BREITBART.COM
31 Aug 2019

Democrat left-winger Ilhan Omar wants the United Nations to take control of the U.S.-Mexico border to handle migrants “humanely” — despite its long record of child abuse scandals.

“We should do what any other country does, by dealing with this situation in a serious way,” Rep. Omar insisted at a public meeting in Minnesota– but the Somalia-born ‘Squad’ member was not advocating building a wall or adopting a robust policy of turning illegal migrants away, as sovereignist governments in Hungary and Italy have done, drastically reducing not only migrant numbers, but also migrant deaths.

Instead, she demanded an outside entity take control of the situation, demanding: “[W]e have to bring in the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees – an agency that has the expertise and the training to handle massive flows of refugees humanely.”

The current UN High Commissioner for Refugees is Filippo Grandi, an unelected career bureaucrat who has previously claimed “There is no migration/refugee crisis in Europe” and issued thinly-veiled attacks on President Trump’s border policy, saying “Let’s stop shouting about invasion, crisis, threats and walls”.

However, despite Grandi’s permissive attitude towards illegal immigration — shared by the leadership of sister UN agencies such as the International Organization for Migration (IoM), which believes mass migration is “inevitable, necessary, and desirable” — Rep. Omar’s apparent belief in the UN’s ability to handle crises more “humanely” than American agencies is undercut by its long and troubling history of abuse scandals in areas falling under its purview, with the sexual exploitation of children standing out as a particular problem.

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