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UN Capitalizing on Cholera in Haiti: playing the arsonists and the firemen

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Just days after the October 2010 UN cholera deaths began, Ezili's HLLN pointed out, in an interview with broadcaster Yves Point Dujour, that "the accused UN cannot investigate itself. The genocide going on in Haiti is obvious. We're looking at the evil but we don't want to compute it."

It's not surprising to Haitians that the UN continues to deny liability for their gross and criminal negligence, for bringing death to Haiti.

We know about the Ottawa Initiative. We live the fear of the immigration deportations and unequal immigration policies.  We deal each and every nightmarish day of this US hidden occupation with why there is a UN, Chapter 7 peace-enforcement mission in Haiti for 9 years. A country not at war, without a peace agreement to enforce and with less violence than most countries in the Western Hemisphere. Their imported disease provides the opportunity to  accidentally kill 8000 Haitians, infect over 620,000,  raise and launder more taxpayer and donor country monies, sell more Paul Farmer pharmaceuticals, write more Nicholas Kristof/Tracy Kidder white savior partisan pieces, experiment on the sick as guinea pigs with never-before-used-in-an-epidemic cholera vaccines,  stay in Haiti for their 10-year plan to capitalize on cholera: playing arsonists and firemen.

As long as troubled bridges conveniently integrate with -- flow or crumble into -- the waters of injustice, the world will not change.

Ezili Danto of HLLN
December 2012


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Al Jazeera video on UN repackaging fake cholera aid for Haiti Enjoy Yves Point Du Jour on Al Jazeera speaking what the white saviors always block, speaking the Haiti majority's narrative! "Haitians are tired of the US occupation, we don't play baseball" - Yves Point Du Jour Al Jazeera video on UN repackaging fake cholera aid for Haiti
Enjoy Yves Point Du Jour on Al Jazeera speaking what the white saviors always block, speaking the Haiti majority's narrative!

"Haitians are tired of the US occupation, we don't play baseball"
- Yves Point Du Jour


December 14, 2012: Denis Bernstein on Flashpoints interviews Kevin Pina on UN's 10-yr talk to end cholera. Speaks on the UN/Clinton/ NGOtocracy re-branding of Haiti with Hollywood celebrities fronting non-profits, endorsing sweatshop as "building back better", mere Madison Avenue logo repackaging. Nothing substantially for the cholera victim. It's the use of Haiti imported misery to fund raise -same old thugs supported by the Internationals, same old "aid" business as usual.
Paul Farmer is not a cholera expert, Dr. Piarroux is a cholera expert and says epidemic in Haiti can be eliminated in months if there was the international will to do so
Cholera editorial-Haiti: Ezili Danto on Wash Post Cholera editorial
Paul Farmer, a total sell-out
Paul Farmer and World Bank president Jim Yong Kim exposed
Paul Farmer relieves himself on Haiti's dying cholera victims
Paul Farmer is not a God but the face of the UN/USAID/World Bank
A message to Paul Farmer, the Senate, Dobbins & Francois
The White Savior Industrial Complex
Ezili Danto's comment at NYTimes Columnist Nicholas D. Kristof Answers Questions

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Human Rights Lawyer, Ezili Danto is dedicated to correcting the media lies and colonial narratives about Haiti. An award winning playwright, a performance poet, author and lawyer, Ezili Danto is founder of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network, (more...)

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"The rescuers have mostly been hard at work re-i... by Ezili Danto on Saturday, Dec 22, 2012 at 1:02:05 AM