UN finally admits responsibility in Haiti cholera outbreak… which killed at least 10,000 people

Thursday, October 27, 2016 by

If there is one thing we’ve learned over the past year, it’s that the United Nations should just stay out of everything, because it seems as though everything they involve themselves in immediately gets worse. Without even mentioning the sexual assaults committed by their global police state group of “peacekeepers,” the UN has proven to be a disgusting, evil organization through their “charitable” ventures.

It was recently revealed that the United Nations in the Haiti cholera outbreak that began six years ago and has cost at least 10,000 people their lives. These are the people that are supposed to be ensuring that the world is safe. You just can’t write this stuff.

The cause of the cholera outbreak was revealed to be human waste disposal at a UN base where nearly 500 of their Peacekeepers were stationed. After relieving themselves, the Peacekeepers’ waste would then runoff into a nearby river, effectively infecting the Haitians that use the river. Even worse, people are still continuing to get infected with cholera and die as a result. The outbreak is not under control in any way, but at least the UN is accepting fault. Finally.

Fiona MacDonald of Science Alert reports, “According to official stats, the epidemic has killed at least 10,000 people, but some researchers say the number could be much higher. The UN has never accepted any level of responsibility until now, and have maintained they’re immune from any legal action brought against them relating to the outbreak. ”

Yes, the United Nations is avoiding taking full responsibility for the outbreak by claiming that they have no obligation to fix it. This is an organization that never seems to stop patting itself on the back for saving the world from all its problems, but now it refuses to fix the deadly problem that it is directly responsible for.

This is the globalist mindset in a nutshell. Nothing is ever their fault. They take credit for things they had no part in fixing and pass the buck when they themselves make egregious errors. They view themselves as being completely above the law, making it to where people have to take care of their problems for them.

Health problems are a major concern in Haiti as it is. The last thing those poor people need is the UN coming back to “help out” again. With 10,000 dead already, there’s no reason that number should rise any higher…

 

Sources:

ScienceAlert.com

Reuters.com

ABC.net.au



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