Original on website at;Haiti Corrects Core Group "Friends of Haiti" Lies In Resolution to Withdraw MINUSTAH And Manipulative Media Soundbites
- Petition to address Victim Relief Necessary Because of UN rape, pedophilia, and Sex Rings in Haiti.
- Haiti corrects the CORE Group "Friends of Haiti" narrative in the UN Security Council Resolution 2350 t hat called the corrupt, destabilizing, diseased, violent and murdering UN-MINUSTAH mission a "success" and "stabilizing" force in Haiti.
Haiti reacts to Withdrawal of MINUSTAH and the Coming of MINUJUSTH (new "Minus Justice" UN force? ) to strengthen the rule of law, policing and human rights protection in Haiti!
For whose entertainment shall we sing our agony? To the destroyers, aspiring to extinguish us, reveling in their own fantastic success? The last imbecile to dream such dreams is dead, killed by the saviors of his dreams." -- Ayi Kwei Armah
Ezili Danto's Note:
This week, on April 13, the UN Security Council voted to extend the UN-MINUSTAH military mission in Haiti for six months and thereafter to rename and replace it with MINUJUSTH.
MINUJUSTH shall be formed with seven formed militarized police units and 295 individual police trainers, presumably already on the ground.
This week the Associated Press followed up on the Aljazeera coverage and documentary about UN sexual predators, their rape, pedophilia and the babies abandoned by the MINUSTAH so-called "peacekeeping" troops in Haiti with a report about how these UN sexual assaults and abuses date back to when MINUSTAH got there in 2004, and emphasized a case where 134 Sri Lankan soldiers set up brothels in Haiti from 2004 to 2007 but no arrests were made.
Strangely, no media focused on the more documented failures of the UN and MINUSTAH mission in Haiti, such as: the cholera epidemic it brought; the squandering of over $10 billions in earthquake funds with no reconstruction done; the UN trained police shooting unarmed demonstrators with UN back-up; and the charges that the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS,) and MINUSTAH helped rig the 2010, 2015 and 2016 vote count while destroying, during transport, ballots from areas that were not voting for the UN status quo candidate.
After the UN Security Council Resolution 2350 to extend the MINUSTAH mission deemed MINUSTAH a "success", the mainstream media soundbites going around the next day was: 1) the UN is leaving Haiti and 2) 134 Sri Lankan soldiers sexually abused ONLY nine Haiti children from 2004 to 2007 and were not punished. U.S. says countries must punish United Nations troops for sexual abuse.
That's the Haiti soundbites. Both soundbites are wrong and directly and indirectly complicit in taking part in the complicated cover up of UN crimes in Haiti.
The UN reports, which the AP is quoting from, are compromised and not to be taken seriously at all. For, the UN has a history of covering up, decriminalizing and minimizing the crimes, human rights violations, the violence of its soldiers, police, and personnel as we've previously outlined last week.
AP, in fact, did say they couldn't locate any of the Sri Lankan soldier's Haiti victims or much reporting from 2004 to 2007 and relied on UN reports for their article about the victims of the Sri Lankan soldiers. So why didn't the AP come to us? Probably because the white Liberals and "saviors of Haiti" of Haiti, along with the white Neocons and "destroyers of Haiti" which the mainstream corporate media depends on to do the good/cop bad/cop one-evil Hegelian dialectic of the Western nations, steered them away. Or, AP simply wasn't looking for the truth beyond the UN-NGO cabal in Haiti.
Haitians could have pointed AP to the rapes committed against Tamil girls in 2009. Quoting, HLLN's reporting on the Sri Lanka brothels and rapes in Haiti, the Tamil Guardian wrote:
"Such accounts bear a harrowing resemblence to the subsequent reports of sexual abuse, prostitution rings and rape of children by Sri Lankan forces during the final stages of the conflict in 2009 and within government-run IDP camps.
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