Haiti : Haiti: Experts say the disease was likely imported

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Protesters blame UN base for cholera in Haiti

"Experts say the disease was likely imported. Until this month there had not been a diagnosed case of cholera in Haiti as far back as records go in the mid-20th Century, said Claire-Lise Chaignat, head of the global task force on cholera control at the World Health Organization. The disease is pandemic in parts of Africa and Asia."


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And this will continue, more devestating forms of genocide,maybe more weather attacks from HAARP ,
since oil was discovered there in 2004 and the technology to remove...steal it,
was not developed until 2010

However there is another factor, they are the first nation to , as a nation rebel against white supremacy and win and Europe will never let them forget therefore,

these atrocities will continue until we as Africans Globaly stop it,
from right here, in Europe, Canada, the Caribbean nations and South America, and those from the Motherland who can afford it.

From midnight we in this nation have purchase enough late night donut and ice cream, fried chicken and snack chips and energy drinks, to fund a cadre of inspectors from the best Black medical schools across the nation and water purification systems for;
Port Au Prince, Cap Hatien and Goinaves.

This Monday Black Solidarity day may these sisters and brothers be in our prayers, in our focus,

and hoepfully, in our collective plans and strategies
 

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Protesters blame UN base for cholera in Haiti

"Experts say the disease was likely imported. Until this month there had not been a diagnosed case of cholera in Haiti as far back as records go in the mid-20th Century, said Claire-Lise Chaignat, head of the global task force on cholera control at the World Health Organization. The disease is pandemic in parts of Africa and Asia."


http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/cb_haiti_disease_outbreak:thinking:

Probe at base amid cholera claims


Press Association, Thursday October 28 2010

United Nations investigators have taken samples of foul-smelling waste trickling behind a Nepalese peacekeeping base in Haiti amid claims that sewage from the newly arrived unit caused the cholera epidemic that has made more than 4,000 people ill.

Journalists visiting the base unannounced came upon the investigators and mission spokesman Vincenzo Pugliese later confirmed that the military team was testing for cholera.

It was the first public acknowledgement that the 12,000-member force was directly investigating allegations that its base played a role in the outbreak.

Meanwhile, the epidemic continued to spread, with cases confirmed in two new departments in Haiti's north and north east, said UN Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs spokeswoman Imogen Wall. At least 303 people have died and 4,722 have been taken to hospital.

International aid workers and the United Nations are focusing their efforts on stemming the spread of the outbreak, which was first noted on October 20. But Haitians are increasingly turning their attention to its origins: how did a disease which has not been seen in Haiti since the early 20th century suddenly erupt in the countryside?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/feedarticle/9332348
 

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And this will continue, more devestating forms of genocide,maybe more weather attacks from HAARP ,
since oil was discovered there in 2004 and the technology to remove...steal it,
was not developed until 2010

However there is another factor, they are the first nation to , as a nation rebel against white supremacy and win and Europe will never let them forget therefore,

these atrocities will continue until we as Africans Globaly stop it,
from right here, in Europe, Canada, the Caribbean nations and South America, and those from the Motherland who can afford it.

From midnight we in this nation have purchase enough late night donut and ice cream, fried chicken and snack chips and energy drinks, to fund a cadre of inspectors from the best Black medical schools across the nation and water purification systems for;
Port Au Prince, Cap Hatien and Goinaves.

This Monday Black Solidarity day may these sisters and brothers be in our prayers, in our focus,

and hoepfully, in our collective plans and strategies

It's not the oil the PTB's are concerned with, it's the gold
 

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It's not the oil the PTB's are concerned with, it's the gold

That is true and since it is the closest African antion , we shoudl use all our resources to make sure that, we use our collective resources to make sure that gold is there for the benefit of Africans living there.

Otherwise this genocide will continue
 

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