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Peacekeepers Shot Dead in Haiti

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posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 12:30 AM
Soldiers have been killed in Haiti, people that were there trying to help the country. They were accused of bringing Cholera into the country... so the answer to the accusation, death. They threw stones and set buildings on fire in riot. What is wrong with with people today, this is a poor country that was devastated. People donate money to try and help and volunteer to rebuild, and the supposed "devil worshiping" citizens decide to kill. I can't believe what goes on in our world sometimes. Here is the article from Sky News. Anyone else have thoughts on this happening?

posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 12:53 AM
These people are very superstitious.The various factions which control and extort would use any tactic to keep things fluid.
There are too many people who dont want haiti to get too comfy for the ordinary people, who are uneducated for the most part.
The people who live off these ones misery have a special place in hell reserved for them.......they are the lowest of the low.
Meanwhile, as i understand it, there are hundred thousand or so still livving in tents, without much they are getting sick...i am not sure that the situation is going to improve for the bulk of these people soon.
Perhaps thing have driven them more than a little mad by now....certainly an emotionally charged situation...
As i am sure that there are many layers of parasites skimming their aid before they see much of it.
Why dont we send them some concrete and other building materials?
perhaps some kind of prefab shelters would be better than they had about those hundreds fema trailers the katrina victims didnt get?
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posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 12:56 AM
Hi there!

Man o man o man! Tthere are some really twisted politics going on. I don't really blame to poor and sick people who's frustration hit a "tipping point." They are being manipulated.

There are probably some covert operative causing trouble for some "secret reason" to cause unrest so more TSA people can bully us into a state of fear. It could be true that the colerae epidemic was a planned deal. I don't know, but being the political cynic that I am, I wouldn't be surprised.

The weak and downtrodden are the easiest to eliminate. Why, in this somewhat altruistic, would someone want to? I mean, I understand wanting to kill off your enemies, but poor sick people? I don't get it?

I do feel awful for the "peace keepers" and their families. I'm sure their heart was in the right place.
Support the Troups!

posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 12:57 AM
I think we should just leave them alone and stay out of other peoples business. I know they need help, but that is their lifestyle and they wouldn't know any different if we didn't try to "do the right thing" all the time.

posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 01:06 AM
I read a recent article about the cholera epidemic. It is such a fast, ferocious variety that people are dying within a couple of hours of getting it. Cholera was pretty much wiped out before this, and it is said to have been traced back to the peacekeepers that came there to help.

As has been mentioned, the haitians are very superstituos and they are now also very suspicous. Rumour was going around that this epidemic was caused on purpose to wipe them out.

Imagine, pretty much your whole countries infrastructure being wiped out by the earthquake. Now recently they were again devastated by the hurricain. Most of them are still living in make-shift tents. The conditions are absolutely horrible.

Now, on top of it all they are being rapidly killed in a horrific way by a bacteria brought in by the foreigners. I am sure they are the very end of their limits of tolerance for anything anymore. I don't think anyone could really blame them. To call them all evil because of their reaction is pretty heartless. I see a god awful situation that is rapidly getting worse. They are trapped there like rats with nowhere to go and no way to escape. It must be like a living hell.
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posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 01:22 AM
reply to post by WireFoXX

From your article -

One demonstrator was shot dead by a UN peacekeeper during an exchange of gunfire in Quartier Morin, near Cap-Haitien.

The UN said it was investigating the shooting, but asserted the soldier had acted in self defence.

The second was shot and killed in Cap-Haitien itself, Haiti senate president Kelly Bastien told a radio station.

At least six UN personnel were wounded in protests in Hinche and a small protest was also reported in the north-western city of Gonaives.

I think you meant to say that 2 demonstrators were killed, not the peacekeepers.

The protesters did threaten to set fire to the building and threw stones.

Im not sure if any peacekeepers have been killed in the past.

posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 01:48 AM
They are not getting the thing they need most. An education.

posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 06:14 AM
With education comes civil unrest.

My belief has always been against donating to these commercials that allow you to sponsor a child until the age of 18. If you feed them and teach them about the rest of the world, you make them aware just how bad their government is treating them. Then when the money runs out at 18 they turn into rebels against their own government.

posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 10:04 AM
reply to post by WireFoXX

OP, if you came to know the atrocities visited upon the poor Haitian people over the past few hundred years you'd probably want to go there yourself and shoot yourself a few UN peacekeepers, the UN being an arm of the Illuminati as it is. Do some research into why Haiti is denuded but the moment you hit the Dominican Republic it's lush, green and plentiful. It wouldn't happen to do with the fact that the servant class like the Bushes, Clinton, etc have banked their stolen tens if not hundreds of billions of stolen class. Visit the archives section of to learn how they've held up the settlements of 4 and 6.2 trillion dollars respectively. Do some research into the earthquake earlier inflicted upon them by sub-contractors early this year and what the US soldiers really did the moment they got there (remarkably early landing that was) Look into the black magic and satanic rituals. Look look look, I don't care to look anymore, the subject of Haiti and what has happened to those poor people sickens me to the core.

Hey, does anyone know off the top of their head what large numbers of human skulls might be used for. I really don't have the stomach at the moment to research this subject.


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