The opportunity was certainly there. The conditions were all ripe for the spread of disease.
So would someone, some entity, jump at the chance to rid themselves of a problem?
The question begs to be asked.
Reading these news stories...... left me wondering.
Let's say someone, some country, some organization wanted to address a problem of too many people, thereby warranting population reduction, disease may be the solution.
Haiti is one country, where an elite crowd of politically connected sob's would be more then happy to get rid of a good chunk of the unwashed masses.
Of course some would have to be left alive, for cheap labour. As for the rest.....
Cholera in Haiti has been virulent, already killing 1100 people in a very short time.
DNA fingerprinting has confirmed what health experts have suspected -- the cholera epidemic that has killed more than 1,100 people in Haiti came from one single source.
Of course rumours have been circulating that it was UN peacekeepers. Was it? Was it not?
The US Centers for Disease Control has analyzed samples of Vibrio cholerae from several patients and they are all identical. Therefore a single source is suspected.
Cholera broke out in Haiti's breadbasket Artibonite Department a month ago and despite efforts to control it, has spread to infect more than 18,000 people.
It perfectly illustrates the classic public health warning -- any disease can be carried anywhere in the world in just hours, and without good sanitation or a good public health infrastructure, can spread like wildfire.
This suggests it entered Haiti in a single "event" -- not necessarily an infected person, but possibly. Other potential sources include imported food.
With all the food aid pouring into Haiti, how difficult would it be to intentionally contaminate some of that food and distribute it to the people? It really wouldn't be difficult at all.
This concept I am speaking of, intentionally bringing disease to a group of people is nothing new, it is not unheard of. It was done as far back as the whites delivering small pox to the natives.
Or known contaminated vaccines given to people, intentionally.
Of course, there is the entire gamut of MKULTRA inflicted diseases and experiments.
So the precedent is there.
The cholera outbreak in Haiti could end up causing more widespread damage than immediate death and illness.From this news article, we read:
"This strain of cholera seems to be more virulent than normal strains," Thomas Adams, the special US coordinator for Haiti, told reporters"
So this is an unusual strain. An abnormal strain. That is interesting.
Keep this in mind-
"The Haitian population has no preexisting immunity to cholera, and environmental conditions in Haiti are favorable for its continued spread," it said.
Recall after the earthquake the US and other nations were very quick to set up shop in Haiti.
Very quick to militarize Haiti?! Is it a Humanitarian Operation or an Invasion?
Quite clearly. it was an Invasion. There was no Humanitarian Operation. If this had been a true humanitarian operation, more would have been accomplished by now.
Very good article Haiti: The Impacts of Militarized Aid
But, if the true agenda is not humanitarian. Then the disease would be very beneficial to cut down on the cost of rebuilding, getting a lot of people out of the way of the job that really needs to be done.
Haiti is strategically located. And in it's vulnerable state ripe for exploitation.
Very interesting article, I will quote from it below-
Before the devastating earthquake Jan. 12, Soros and the Haitian conglomerate WINs group were in the initial planning phase of a joint project to build a free-trade zone on 60 acres of land in northern Port-au-Prince, originally scheduled for completion in late 2012. However, because of the upheaval caused by the current natural disaster, the project is being delayed, Malik said.
Delayed, but surely not forgotten.
Following a visit by UN Special Envoy Bill Clinton last October, the Soros Economic Development Fund announced it was partnering with WINS and investing $45 million in a Haitian free-trade zone, reported Business Wire on Oct. 6, 2009.
Clinton—US president from 1992-2000—led a conference in Haiti in October 2009 to encourage international investment in the garment, agricultural, and energy sectors of the island nation.
I have covered the energy angle of Haiti in some previous posts, you will find them here and here.
This is also interesting.
And still more on oil and Haiti
The earthquake that killed more than 150,000 people in Haiti this month may have left clues to petroleum reservoirs that could aid economic recovery in the Western Hemisphere’s poorest nation, a geologist said.
“Haiti, from the standpoint of oil and gas exploration, is a lot less developed than the Dominican Republic,” Pierce said. “One could do a lot more work there.”
To summarize, we have a nation ripe for exploitation by corporations and wealthy elites, but..
there is a little problem of too many people, and to much money being needed to truly address the humanitarian issue.
And along comes a disease that the people of Haiti have no immunity to.
I just can't help but wonder.........