Truth, in a time of universal deceit
When Haitians give the coming retribution, I'd like to be alive when that justice day arrives.
To paraphrase George Orwell, in this time before justice comes, in this time when Haitians like me with passports but little institutional power and no financial support, in this "time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act."
The truth is that in this most difficult of Avatar times for Haiti, a celebrated Harvard doctor (the ultimate Jake Sully of our times) and a Yale lawyer known in his US administration for authoring "plausible deniability" -- like "I did not sleep with that woman" helped to bring back US Duvalierist agents to power, helped to cover the pillage of Haiti's natural resources irrespective of environmental harms behind UN/international guns, continues his Arkansas cronies' greed with unfair trades. Tossed in a bio-germ that's killing in genocidal waves in Haiti, all, off course, under a Barack Obama and UN veil.
These insects invading Haiti are reprobates, racist and narcissistic, analogous to the rich and high-born serial killers conducting their depravity at private clubs -- gated compounds left alone by police because of the pathology of power, respect for old money and Ivy League reputations.
Their shameless reign is called Western civilization, hope for Haiti and the ultimate in technology-transfer and US democracy when its nothing if not high classed criminals disemboweling their defenseless preys in Haiti with everyone's eyes wide open. Refusing to see. (Avatar Haiti part 2; Did Harvard scientists cover-up UN source of Haiti cholera? and Going Shopping in Hait i.)
US and Bill Clinton's credibility
After the news about Clinton's admission that a UN soldiers was responsible for bringing cholera to Haiti appeared, a woman with good conscience, wrote on my Facebook page:
"Why is Clinton's admission news when Cuban medical services in Haiti made this same determination months ago?"
I add, the Clinton admission popped up right after the UN Security Council visited Haiti and notably after Ambassador Susan Rice, the U.S. Permanent Representative to the UN, made a similar statement, sort of foreshadowing Clinton's admission.
What's going on? What non-public information is Clinton relying on, that's not in the UN investigative report, which now identifies the particular "person who introduced cholera in Haiti, the U.N. peacekeeper, or [U.N.] soldier from South Asia was carrying the cholera strain. It came from his waste stream into the waterways of Haiti, into the bodies of Haitians?"
Recall that Bill Clinton is a Rhode scholar, a Yale graduate, a former US president and a member of Mensa. Nothing he does is not thoroughly thought-out with multiple contingencies foreseen and planned for. Nothing. Expect that there are several escape routes being mapped out and prepared by the wrongdoers in Haiti and it's definitely not for the benefit of Haiti cholera victims.
The question indeed is why would he, a UN official -- the Special UN envoy to Haiti, suddenly, more than a year-and-a-half after the UN cholera outbreak and 10-months after the UN "independent" panel came out with their official findings, go to Haiti and make a seemingly haphazard public statement that it was a UN soldiers who likely brought the deadly cholera bacteria to Haiti, unleashing the outbreak? It's not like Clinton has to answer a reporter's questions. He's managed not to address the UN liability for over a year now.
Just days before his statement, U.S. Permanent Representative to the UN, Susan Rice, called on the UN to take responsibility for the outbreak, urging it to "redouble its efforts to prevent any further incidents of this kind and to ensure that those responsible are held accountable."
Those who are actually applauding either Susan Rice or Bill Clinton recent statements willingly fail to factor in the obvious fact that this UN occupation is a cover for the illegal US occupation of Haiti.
Said pundits' credulity willingly help delay Haiti's recovery of its sovereignty and willingly ignore the fact that nothing the UN does is not first approved by the US. That's a period, no comma.