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On the Intimidation of MINUSTAH at the State University Faculty for Social Sciences
central america / caribbean | imperialism / war | non-anarchist press Friday June 22, 2012 00:49 by Collective Mobilization for Reparations for Cholera Victims komodevik at yahoo dot fr 509-3407-0761, 3310-5763, 3400-6415
June 18, 2012
It is with great anger, broken hearts and indignation that the Collective Mobilization for Reparations for Cholera Victims learned about the arrival, intervention and intimidation of MINUSTAH (United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti) at the State University Faculty for Social Sciences this past Friday, June 15, 2012. Yet again, the MINUSTAH demonstrated to all that didn’t already believe it that they are a force of occupation and repression. We see again that our Constitution, our laws and the right to not have our university space violated, are nothing but words on paper to the MINUSTAH.
After various acts of repression, the rapes and assaults carried out by MINUSTAH soldiers on our people, and the cholera they unleashed to kill people in all four corners of our country, this occupation force is showing us they have not decided to back off on their ongoing disrespect of our laws. With the cholera epidemic alone, MINUSTAH has already killed more than 7,000 people and contaminated more than 500,000 others. The unmerited intervention at the Faculty for Social Sciences took place in a moment when those in power are using MINUSTAH to repress those sectors of the population that would advocate for their rights from Haiti’s coastlines to its border. Let’s not forget that this is not the first time that MINUSTAH have attempted to intimidate us without provocation into the university.