Yes, the United Nations is hiring “disarmament officers” in New York. The question is “why”?

Monday, January 6, 2020
By Paul Martin

Leah Anaya
DCDirtyLaundry.com
January 6, 2020

NEW YORK – When the editor of Law Enforcement Today sent me a story to look into this morning, I laughed. There’s no way this is real, I thought. It must be some crazy conspiracy theory.

After extensive research, I’m not laughing anymore.

The United Nations has legitimately posted a job opportunity for English-speaking DISARMAMENT, DEMOBILIZATION, AND REINTEGRATION (DDR) OFFICERS.

In. New. York.

The most concerning duty listed in the job description is this:

“Acts as a Focal Point for Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) components for two to three missions, responsible for planning, support to implementation and evaluation.”

To be clear, according to the UN’s website, Disarmament is:

“The collection, documentation, control and disposal of small arms, ammunition, explosives and light and heavy weapons of combatants and often also of the civilian population. Disarmament also includes the development of responsible arms management programmes.”

Demobilization is “the formal and controlled discharge of active combatants from armed forces or other armed groups.

The first stage of demobilization may extend from the processing of individual combatants in temporary centers to the massing of troops in camps designated for this purpose (cantonment sites, encampments, assembly areas or barracks).

The second stage of demobilization encompasses the support package provided to the demobilized, which is called reinsertion.”

Reinsertion is “the assistance offered to ex-combatants during demobilization but prior to the longer-term process of reintegration.

Reinsertion is a form of transitional assistance to help cover the basic needs of ex-combatants and their families and can include transitional safety allowances, food, clothes, shelter, medical services, short-term education, training, employment and tools.

While reintegration is a long-term, continuous social and economic process of development, reinsertion is short-term material and/or financial assistance to meet immediate needs, and can last up to one year.”

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