They bring Western waste, plastics, lifestyle, guns, drugs and pollution to mostly contaminate, assimilate and pacify the locals to their so-called high tech "superiority."
They brought the cholera epidemic that poisoned Haiti's waters, killed way over 10,000 Haitians and made nearly one million sick. The UN continually covers-up and vastly understates the numbers of rapes their personnel commit on the most vulnerable peoples in the Western Hemisphere. (See Ezili at Rape of Haiti Children by UN soldiers Vastly Understated.)
The UN has a history of punishing the decent employees and whistleblowers within their ranks who report rape, pedophilia, child pornography, sodomy, sexual slavery and violence.
The UN is the face of oppression and tyranny in Haiti and it interprets the international laws it arbiters in a manner to shield it and give itself impunity and immunity.
Yet, neither the UN Charter, nor the slew of international laws (including the peacekeepers' Status of Force (SOFA) agreement, the 1946 Convention on Privileges and Immunities, UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, to name a few...) which the UN arbiters, provides immunity for criminal behavior or acts that fall outside the mandated function for carrying out the UN peacekeeping missions and aid worker impositions. I've said so as a lawyer over and over again. Rape and dumping raw feces in Haiti waters and then covering these malfeasances up, are crimes, not functions of bringing stability to Haiti.
Immunity doesn't mean impunity. De-criminalizing the United Nations' blue helmet and their civilian personnel's pedophilia, rape, forced pregnancy, forced prostitution as "transactional sex," "sexual exploitation" and/or "illicit sexual activities" are part of the problem.
The UN system is a glaring monstrosity.
In Haiti, it helps to conduct fake elections and uses the legitimacy of the UN name to give the NGO charitable industry, the Clintons and the World Bank the space to conduct fake earthquake relief while the corporatocracy plunders Haiti lands and natural resources behind the scene.
- End US occupation of Haiti behind UN mercenary guns to stop United Nations aid workers's rape of Haitians.
".. it would cost the United States about twice as much as the United Nations to conduct a peacekeeping operation similar to the current UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti." (See, Cost Comparison of Actual UN and Hypothetical U.S. Operations in Haiti.)
"The UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti is an indispensable tool in realizing core USG policy interests in Haiti."-- Janet Sanderson, US Ambassador to Haiti;
"The truth is: the UN Security Council can't even issue a press release without America's blessings." --Susan Rice, February 11, 2011 (See also, Haiti Can't Seem to Disengage from "Henchman" Merten and Haitians protest targets Kenneth Merten, ex-US ambassador to Haiti.)
UN Aid Workers and Peacekeeper Rape, Pedophilia and Sexual Violence