Haiti Occupied by Third Largest UN Peacekeeping Contingent in the World and It is Not Even a War Zone
Haiti or Ayiti is under occupation by the military forces of MINUSTAH*. Over  countries comprise the occupying military forces, numbering at over 9,000 soldiers at any one time during the present occupation of from 2005 - present ( http://bit.ly/WrP8hc ).
In October 2010, the Nepalese contingent of MINUSTAH contaminated the waters of The Artibonite. The Artibonite is Haiti's breadbasket and was not directly affected by the Jan 12, 2010 earthquake that hit the capital of Port-au-Prince and surrounding towns. So far almost 9,000 Haitians (the numbers may be higher) have died from the UN contamination of Haiti's waters. The UN refuses to compensate or take responsibility for the water contamination of Haiti, which is only the most deadly consequence of their illegal occupation of Haiti (under Chapter VII of the UN Charter).
They are occupying Haiti under UN Charter VII, which allows them to stay without the permission of the Haitian government. Haiti is not experiencing genocide or crimes against humanity or a civil war (except insofar as the UN is guilty of these crimes and Haiti is the scene of an on-going international crime), so this occupation is therefore illegal.
Question: Why are UN soldiers stationed where there are no known "security issues?" Presently, there are occupying force troops in locales all over Haiti.
Haiti riches, among other things (http://bit.ly/1noK9c5) is why Haiti is under a brutal occupation, some who follow the situation say (http://bit.ly/UisJAT). Multinational mining corporations, mostly billed as Canadian, French, or US, who exploit impoverished countries out of greed and grafts have brought land rights with the U.S. installed government of Martelly/Lamothe and take from the land without regard for the people or the conditions that they leave such impoverished "underdeveloped" countries in.
Banki Moon held a press conference about UN cholera and MINUSTAH'S occupation of Haiti at a press conference this month (posted July 15 2014 on the UN website - http://www.un.org/sg/offthecuff/index.asp?nid=3477 ). A number of interested parties were there, including press from interested parties in Malaysia (http://bit.ly/1rrakR6). Haiti is under occupation by over 50 countries, who use the opportunity to repress, exploit, rape and pillage the country, while spending over 800 million a year on their military exercises and getting "hazard pay" for doing their "TOURISTAH" bit.
Mr. Moon made a number of false statements, including:
"The security situation has improved markedly. Key institutions have been strengthened. More displaced people have been able to leave the camps that were established to shelter thousands of homeless earthquake victims."
Security situation: making Haiti safe for raping and pillaging by the international community:
1) industrial sized slave wage factories? Yes!
2) Haitians displaced from family lands? Yes!
3) Continued mining and extraction of Haiti's riches by multinationals? Yes!
Key institutions: No elections, no problem with the people ever having a voice in how their country is run - by the international community.
More tourists and poverty pimping NGOs able to make out very well in the luxury accommodations funded by donation money, while homeless Haitians still languish in unsafe housing, temporary housing or in tent cities.
"How many years will foreign soldiers stay in Haiti? They came to stabilise the situation and provide assistance but they have spent seven years destabilising and hampering aid efforts in a country that doesn't want them there. The occupation is costing the UN more than 800 million dollars a year. The last thing Haiti needs is people to multiply its disasters." -- Eduardo Galeano (Uruguay) / 2011 / http://bit.ly/1u3jCEO
* United Nations Stabilisation Mission in Haiti
The United Nations Stabilisation Mission In Haiti, also known as MINUSTAH, an acronym of the French translation, is a United Nations peacekeeping [sic - ] mission in Haiti that has been in operation since 2004. The mission's military component is led by the Brazilian Army and the force commander is Brazilian. MINUSTAH's mandate was recently extended by United Nations Security Council Resolution 1944 past its October 15, 2010 deadline amid fears of instability. The mission's current mandate runs through October 15, 2012 with the intention of further renewal. The force is composed of 8,940 military personnel and 3,711 police, supported by an international civilian personnel, a local civilian staff and United Nations Volunteers. - via Wiki
MINUSTAH - http://bit.ly/WrP8hc
Cholera Case Docs:
Demande de Reparations: Français (IJDH-BAI) — November 8, 2011 (http://ijdh.org/archives/22902)
Petition for Relief: English (IJDH-BAI) — November 8, 2011 (http://ijdh.org/archives/22916 )
We must kill the bandits - http://bit.ly/1kGWcf8
Why the UN should leave Haiti - http://bit.ly/1rdchPx
NPR/ The Nation: Why The U.N. Should Leave Haiti- http://bit.ly/1lgpcKT
Haiti Occupied by 3rd Largest UN Contingent - http://bit.ly/1oW3uNi