The world saw it and scientific studies proved it – but the media cartels hid it and toned down it
s reporting to bare minimum on the deadly cholera epidemic in Haiti that was traced to UN peacekeeping armies’ camps. The United Nations did it, but of course won’t admit it.
Yesterday, on wbur, we read that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has apologized to the people of Haiti for “not doing enough” to tackle the cholera outbreak but DID NOT admit the UN peacekeeping soldiers brought the bug to the country and killed well over 9000 people with it in 2010.
In the same article, cited above, a human rights watchdog called Ban Ki-moon’s apology a “half apology”. He added that it would undermine the UN chief’s call for donations of millions to fight cholera in Haiti.
In my personal opinion, I consider UN an illegitimate network that is highly corrupt and openly politicized. Whether it’s the destruction of Iraq, Yemen, and Syria or the killing of thousands in Haiti and abroad with infectious diseases and crippling vaccines, the UN has been a horrific imposition on the third world. We are still to see a day when member nations start finding the courage to opt out of this global Big Brother.