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Zili Dlo - Clean Water for Everyone
Delegation visit to Haiti - Aug. 6 to Aug. 13, 2011
Delegation tours Mirebalais cholera center, hospital and water route of UN-imported cholera
 

Brother Patrick Muhammad, HLLN's Kesler Pierre
Mirebalais Cholera Center, August 11, 2011

Photo credit:
Jean Ristil Jean Baptiste of HLLN and Fondasyon Kolezepòl Pou Sove Ti Moun
Ezili Dantò

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise,
HLLN and
Kolezepòl
 
UN Imported Cholera in Mirebalais: The hard reality of ill and discombobulated adults reduced to infancy
(HLLN delegation photo credits: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, Kesler Pierre, Dominique Esser)
Cholera center outside in Mirebalais hospital yard. It did not feel HUMANE to be so casually allowed in to see these sick patients in such states of undress and indignities. We shall only show covered patients solely for the purposes of underlying the UN's gross irresponsibilities in Haiti. Not more than 100 feet from this center the purveyors of death and disease in Haiti reside without qualms behind their UN immunity, sanctions, guns, gates and military powers. -August 11, 2011. Photo Credit: Kesler Pierre, HLLN

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"On July 28, 2010, the United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly agreed to a resolution declaring the human right to “safe and clean drinking water and sanitation.” The resolution, presented by the Bolivian government, had 122 countries vote in its favor, while 41 countries – abstained."
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Mirebalais Cholera Center, August 11, 2011

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise

Tented cholera center outside in Mirebalais hospital yard. Delegation members: Brother Rasul Muhammad, Sister Charlyne Muhammad, Dominique Esser (HLLN), Brother Patrick Muhammad and Sister Sandy Muhammad -August 11, 2011

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN

Tented cholera center outside in Mirebalais hospital yard - August 11, 2011

Photo Credit: Kesler Pierre, Haiti rasin artist and HLLN


Inside Mirebalais Cholera Center -
August 11, 2011

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN

 


The Meille River in Mirebalais Cholera Center -
UN and its Haiti envoys have failed to do any environmental clean-up of their poisoining of Haiti's waterways. As UN apologist, the "heroic" and godly "good doctor," Paul Farmer, has publicly asserted "cholera was something waiting to happen to Haiti." This river was the first of Haiti's waterways to be contaminated by UN imported cholera. The Meille River flows directly into Haiti's largest river and breadbasket area of the Artibonite. As of August 11, 2011 photos taken by HLLN delegates show area citizens still bathing in the affected river in full view of the UN base. The well next to the river which provides drinking water for area citizens who can't afford privatized bottled water, is infected with cholera. Area resident said the international community occupying Haiti provided some free aquatab tablets and clorine for water treatment in the months immediately following the October 2010 cholera outbreak and then soon stopped. They note the cholera centers and purchasing foreign-made body bags for the dead put in mass graves, make the international community, USAID and the "good NGOs" more monies than prevention, water purification and environmental cleanup.

Photo Credit: Kesler Pierre, HLLN


Mirebalais Haiti, epicenter of UN imported cholera. This hospital jointly managed by Cuban doctors and the Haitian government is up the road, just a short distance from the Nepalese soldier's base. UN soldiers hang out with their drawn guns behind their fence-in gate as the people they infected suffer unmercifully since October, 2011
The citizens living next to the Nepalese told the delegation they were given aquatabs the first few months after the outbreak and UN exposure. Today, they get no treatment for the water. The well where Mirebalais residents living close to the Nepales base get their drinking water is infected with cholera. Inside their base the UN soldiers don't drink treated water. Outside their victims continue to populate this hospital, where we were told 42, 129 patients have passed through since the outbreak. (Info gathered
August 11, 2011.)

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN

Cholera Patients who are not too critical lay here along with parents whose children are sick in the cholera unit across this waiting room. The silent, watchful, helpless suffering of voiceless Haitians loudly pierces our hearts, August 11, 2011

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN


Children Cholera unit at the Mirebalais Cholera center is housed separately outside in the hospital yard -
August 11, 2011

Photo credits: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN

 

Cholera cots at Mirebalais cholera center,
Aug. 11, 2011

Holy Temple of Islam/Nation of Islam (NOI) delegation members arriving in Haiti for launching:

1. Sister Sandy Muhammad
2. Sister Carmella Coqumard
3. Brother Minister Rasul Muhammad
4. Sister Charlyne Muhammad
5. Brother Byron Murff
6. Brother Patrick Muhammad
7. Brother Joseph Champagne

Ezili Dantò/HLLN Hosting Delegation members:
1. Rea Dol, Executive Director of SOPUDEP school
2. Euvonie Georges Auguste, Executive Director of Fanm Vodou Pou Ayiti
3. Jean Ristil Jean Baptise
4. Lavarice Gaudin
5. Kesler Pierre
6. Dominique Esser
7. Thony Theonor
8. HLLN Mirebalais Committee
9
. Ezili Dantò

 


Seeing the indignity imposed on the defenseless poor in Haiti by the powerful UN acting as proxy for US, Canada and France,
Aug. 11, 2011

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN


The indignity of the illness is almost, if not more horrible, than the physical pain. Family members do not get their love ones' bodies back from the morgue. The dead are buried in mass graves in special plastic cholera body bags. USAID ordered 200,000 body bags at the beginning of the outbreak, spending more monies with US firms providing these death bags than in providing purified clean drinking water or guaranteeing the UN troops disease carriers.

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN

 

Ezili Dantò

The chilling reality of the UN/US/NGO occupation of Haiti. Mirebalais Cholera Center, August 11, 2011

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN

Children cholera center section outside in Mirebalais hospital yard - August 11, 2011

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN

Brother Minister Rasul Muhammad ministers to the sick - August 11, 2011

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN


Mirebalais Cholera center -
August 11, 2011

Photo credits: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN


Mirebalais cholera center,
Aug. 11, 2011

Photo Credit: Jean Ristil Jean Baptise, HLLN


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