There is no denying of the facts that the cholera outbreak in Haiti responsible for the death of nearly 10.000 Haitians and the sickness of an additional 600.000, was introduced in the country by the UN peacekeeping force members from Nepal, where Cholera is endemic. The United Nations can refuse to admit to any wrong doing all it wants, but Haitians, just as the rest of the world know, they are responsible for it. Numerous credible studies conducted by prominent institutions and individuals, such as the The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Harvard Medical School, Yale School of Public Health, Columbia University, Microbial Genesis and Chairman of the US National Science Advisory Board for Bio-Security, Dr Paul S. Kleim, Epidemiologist and professor of Parasitology at the University of the Mediterranee in France; all concluded from their research that the Cholera epidemic was introduced in Haiti by the UN Nepalese troops. In response, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon said that " Evidence to implicate the United Nations troops is inconclusive..." I mean seriously, why should we trust the reports of some of the world's most efficient and trusted entities, what do they know? But when Mr Ban-Kimoon realized that he has become the laughingstock of everyone who can read, he had to find a more ludicrous "excuse", but this time, he made sure to invoked some inexistent gibberish law to justify his unwillingness to acknowledge the obvious, and assume responsibility. This time he claims that the UN is immune to the laws of Haiti. Well of course! The laws of Haiti, the second independent country in the American Continent and the First independent in Latin America are useless; we're poor. And it's been proven countless of times that when you are poor, your laws and regulations, your rights and opinions do not matter for even a second.
Thousands have since been protesting, demanding the depart of the UN.
But before we even begin to ask the UN to leave the country, we need to first realize that we have a peace keeping force in the country, because there was a time when we needed them and have asked that they come help us keep our savages off the streets. And by savages I don't mean to offend anyone, especially my fellow Haitians; I am talking about these savages who were protesting in the streets because the US, Canada and France joined forces and easily overthrew the priest Jean Bertrand Aristide, their democratically elected President. To add insult to injuries, they did it in February of 2004, a month after allowing us to celebrate our delusional 200 years independence's anniversary. I am sure Jean Jacques Dessalines, the guy we credit with having set us free from slavery, you know, the guy who famously said : "Never again shall a european or a colonial power set foot upon this territory with the title of master or proprietor..." was  rolling in his grave with rage. Ahhhh you gotta love it.... or hate it; all depends on which side you are on. If you are the UN peace keeping force with a budget of about twice Haiti's total GDP, who's been in the country for 9 years, you gotta love it. But if you are Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, who has recently been hit with the most devastating earthquake that the world has witnessed in over 2 centuries, and the most devastating single event in the Western Hemisphere history where 320.000+ people lost their lives, over 300.000 injured, and 1.5 million made homeless and who is now being told to suck it up and pick up the tab for the cholera epidemic that we have brought with us, you'll sure as hell hate it.