Legal responsibility of UN for reckless transmission of a contagious disease

Ezili Dantò details legal responsibility of UN for Haiti cholera outbreak

Cholera has, like other Haiti crisis, become a fund raising tools for foreign aid group to the detriment of Haitian health, justice, sovereignty and healing. Instead of immediately accepting responsibility, the UN has covered up the source of the outbreak and denied having legal responsibility for its gross negligence, refusing to immediately compensate the victims, provide medical care for the sick, build water treatment plants in the affected Haiti communities to stop further deaths and damages. (Whole-Genome Study Nails Haiti-Nepal Cholera Link.) 

These two Kreyòl radio interviews, one with Berlotte Antoine B. at Radio Comedy FM (October 5, 2013) and the other with Jean Jacob Jeudy and Meriles Joseph at Radio Cacique Haiti Live (October 6, 2013), details how the reckless transmission of a contagious disease into Haiti and the UN cover-up of the cholera outbreaks’ source violates the law.

1. Radio Cacique Interview, Oct 6, 2013

Part 1

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Kreyòl- Kesyon Repons sou Kolera (32:40) ak Lwa diskriminasyon nan Sendomeng avek Avoka Ameriken dorijinn ayisienn Ezili Dantò/HLLN, Oct. 6, 2013

Ezili Dantò speaking on legal aspects of UN imported cholera in Haiti on Radio Cacique’s Questions and Answer broadcast with radio host Jean Jacob Jeudy and Meriles Joseph , Oct. 6, 2013.

Part 2

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Kesyon Repons sou Kolera (27:19) ak Lwa diskriminasyon nan Sendomeng avek Avoka Ameriken dorijinn ayisienn Ezili Dantò/HLLN, Oct. 6, 2013

Part 3

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Kesyon Repons sou Kolera (31:09) ak Lwa diskriminasyon nan Sendomeng avek Avoka Ameriken dorijinn ayisienn Ezili Dantò/HLLN, Oct. 6, 2013

Part 4

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Kesyon Repons sou Kolera (4) ak Lwa diskriminasyon nan Sendomeng avek Avoka Ameriken dorijinn ayisienn Ezili Dantò/HLLN, Oct. 6, 2013

 

2. Radio Comedy FM interview, Oct 5, 2013

Kreyòl radio interview with Ezili Dantò of HLLN on legal aspects of UN imported cholera with Berlotte Antoine B. at Radio Comedy FM (October 5, 2013)

http://www.ezilidanto.com/zili/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/player.swf

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Ezili’s Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network (HLLN)
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The three Haiti questions all Haitians and world citizens should have an answer for:

1. Haitians are contained-in-poverty, dying of starvation from US-food aid/big agribusiness destruction of the local farming, UN cholera, exclusion from their own political process and economic deprivations fueled by neoliberal economics, unfair US trade, deregulation and privatization.

Yet, the USAID mission in Haiti is the largest in the Americas. There are more NGO “charities” in Haiti than anywhere else in the world. The US has its fourth largest world embassy in tiny Haiti (it used to be the fifth after the larger US embassies in Iraq, Afghanistan, China and Germany until the US pulled back its public war assets in Iraq very recently under Obombma.)

QUESTION: What’s so important in Haiti that the US would built its fourth largest embassy in the world there, while funding a UN proxy occupation force for nearly 10-years now?

2. Haiti homicide rate is 6.9 per 100,000. But the Dominican Republic has four times more violence than Haiti at 25.0 per 100,000. Why is the UN not bringing stability to the more violent DR? Or, Jamaica, Bahamas, Brazil – all with much more violence than Haiti?

QUESTION: Why is there a UN, Chapter 7 peace enforcement mission in Haiti for over 10 years? A country not at war, without a peace agreement to enforce and with less violence than most countries in the Western Hemisphere?

3. QUESTION: Haiti has trillions of dollars in natural resources – gold, oil, natural gas, iridium, copper, et al– why does Haiti need Obama/Bush/Clinton’s meager 41cent an hour sweatshop jobs or US charity (false aid) with so much of its own resources to develop the local economy?

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An HLLN FreeHaitiMovement Desalin (Sept 20- Oct 17, 2013) post:
END THE US OCCUPATION OF HAITI behind UN gun cover

Top 5 Ways to Cause a Man-Made Earthquake
By Alexis Madrigal, June 4, 2008
1. Build a Dam
2. Inject Liquid Into the Ground
3. Mine a Lot of Coal:
4. Drill a Gusher Dry : “in regions where tectonic activity is already high, extracting oil and natural gas could trigger strong quakes.”
5. Create the World’s Biggest Building

Ezili Dantò Note, Oct 2013: Besides the drilling for coal, gold, copper, marble, uranium, iridium and silver in the North and oil drilling in Eastern waters of Haiti, how much DRILLING underground along Port au Prince fault lines, for exit tunnels, roads and secret passages did the US contractors do to build the non-Haiti regulated BIGGEST building/compound  in Port au Prince after the 2004 occupation began? A structure that cost the US, BILLIONS of dollars and is the fourth largest US embassy in the WORLD? (See Haiti riches links below.)

An international conspiracy to illegally take the gold, oil and mineral resources of the Haitian people

There is a multinational conspiracy to illegally take the mineral resources of the Haitian people. For instance, Haiti has one of the richest, purest iridium deposits in world. Iridium is a rare mineral that is vital for building of spacecraft. Haiti has more than $8billion in copper, upwards to $200billion in gold, and more oil/natural gas than anywhere else in the Western Hemisphere, not to mention silver, coal, uranium, diamonds, marble, sunken underwater treasures, powerful healing soil, rare flora/fauna not found anywhere else in the world with healing and commercial value.

But, the white saviors want the world to believe Haiti is poor and cannot used its own assets to get credit on the international market to finance its own reconstruction, its own roads, better housing, public infrastructure for medical care, education, sanitation, energy, electric power, global communication, local food production, manufacturing and distribution. They’d rather keep Haiti dependent, endlessly indebted to the US-led World Bank (headed by Dr. Paul Farmer‘s partner). The World Bank and other IFIs invest in Haiti mining; collaborate with Newmont mining, Ascendant Copper Corp, et al… To take a piece of Haiti assets for its International Finance Corporation (IFC) beneficiaries. Haitians are dying for capitalism. But these murderers of Haiti sovereignty, Haiti present and future progress and mobility, self-promote themselves, with little media scrutiny, as HUMANITARIANS in Haiti.

HAITI RICHES
Digging up Haiti
Matraco-Colorado Haiti Projects are in Cap Haitian, Gonaives, Petite Goaves and Hinche. – They are digging up aggregate in Mole St. Nicholas to export for road construction abroad. Matraco-Colorado has a marble quarry in Gonaives; an aggregate quarry in Cap Haitien or the North Coast of Haiti; a lignite mine and power plant in Hinche; a chalk quarry in Petit Goaves. – http://bit.ly/5ZQe28

Colorado, Canada, World Bank, Gold Mines, Resource Rape & 200k Dead Haitians http://bit.ly/16TOn4H

Haiti COPPER, 2004
$8 BILLION – Ascendant Copper Corp/St. Genevieve
http://bit.ly/17ryHil

Haiti COPPER, 2009 (New copper-gold and copper-bearing zone discovered)
$__Billion?  http://bit.ly/15ZjvyQ
Grosse Veine copper/Ti-Toro copper
The discovery  of the Grosse Veine copper – precious metal showing, together with the  identification of the Ti-Toro copper-bearing zone to the southeast of, and  along strike with the historical Douvray copper prospect is further evidence of  the existence of a multi-kilometre-long copper-bearing system on the SOMINE property.

Haiti coal deposit -Riches in the world
Kansas Man Gets World’s Richest Mine in Haiti, 1889

Haiti coal deposit study, 1987
http://1.usa.gov/1c5aUKa

Haiti IRIDIUM (One of the richest iridium deposits in world/rare mineral used in building spacecrafts). There is a multinational conspiracy to illegally take the mineral resources of the Haitian people

Haiti’s Riches: Interview with Ezili Dantò on Mining in Haiti
http://bit.ly/viqxn

Haiti Riches

Haiti oil, part 1:
Economic reasons for the hidden US occupation of Haiti

Haiti oil, part 2
Economic reasons for the hidden US occupation of Haiti

Haiti GOLD
Haiti gold deposits just in two areas: Estimated by the mining companies at $20 billion. Haiti geologist estimate Haiti gold at upwards to $200 billion dollars

Disaster Capitalism: Destabilization Efforts in Indonesia & Haiti before Massive Disasters
http://bit.ly/1hGcy5y

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