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Water War Against the Poor: Flint and the Crimes of Capital

If ever one wondered about the efficacy of a state government agency imposing officials on local governments, Flint has answered that question forever. In April, 2014, the state-appointed emergency…

Source: Water War Against the Poor: Flint and the Crimes of Capital

***It is instrumental to note the similarities between Flint, Michigan and Mirabalais, Haiti. In 2010, a cholera pandemic was caused by the UN MINUSTAH forces from Nepal which still occupy Haiti. Despite its mission statement, the UN MINUSTAH forces are an occupying army in Haiti, not peacekeepers.

Also, in case you didn’t know, Nepal is a landlocked country in South Asia which is bordered by China to the North and India to the south, east and west, at the foot of the Himalayan mountains. There is no sea. Its capital city is Kathmandu.

The Nepalese contingent of UN MINUSTAH troops was based in the Haitian city of Mirabalais, which borders the Meye River. These troops defecated into and placed their toilets to flow into the waters of the river, which poisoned the Meye waters and the main waterways of Haiti that are fed by the Meye. This was deliberate.

The strain of cholera which ravaged Haiti was only found in Nepal.

Then UN Secretary Ban Ki-Moon went into silence and denial. Many Haitians have died because of this. —– MHK

See also:

The Black Agenda Report: Ethnic Cleansing: The Ultimate Environmental Racism

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