Haiti's Cholera Death Count Passes 1,000

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Gov't Death Toll from Epidemic Stands at 1,034 as of Sunday; Violent Protesters Blame U.N. Peacekeepers for Outbreak A woman suffering from cholera symptoms is treated at the St.
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Tim John

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Nov 16, 2010
 
The Haitian government needs to ask for a full investigation into this 'advanced' Cholera... Why are the new procedures in place to prevent the spread not working? Is Cholera in the medications, the bottled water, the air... what the hell is going on? The Haitian government needs to find out, Cholera can be controlled by simple procedures, which I'm sure have been ordered there.. so what are people just disregarding the procedures like boiling water, and only drinking purified water..and carrying water mixed with sugar and salt with , watching what they eat...and so forth..

...this doesn't sound like Cholera anymore, this sounds like something similar to Cholera transmitted human-to-human contact, with an airborne transmission as well...

The amount of cases simply makes no sense, I mean what, will Haiti have the global yearly average of deaths from Cholera in their country in four to five months?

...I'm talking the GLOBAL rate..

because the pace of this 'Cholera' is unbelievable ...it has a awesome rate of transmission or infection.. it really sounds suspicious, it's hard to speculate..but the rate of deaths makes absolutely no sense... unless people are 'purposely' drinking waters with Cholera in it... knowingly, as if wanting to commit suicide..

I find that hard to believe..

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Nov 16, 2010
 
Tim John wrote:
The Haitian government needs to ask for a full investigation into this 'advanced' Cholera... Why are the new procedures in place to prevent the spread not working? Is Cholera in the medications, the bottled water, the air... what the hell is going on? The Haitian government needs to find out, Cholera can be controlled by simple procedures, which I'm sure have been ordered there.. so what are people just disregarding the procedures like boiling water, and only drinking purified water..and carrying water mixed with sugar and salt with , watching what they eat...and so forth..
...this doesn't sound like Cholera anymore, this sounds like something similar to Cholera transmitted human-to-human contact, with an airborne transmission as well...
The amount of cases simply makes no sense, I mean what, will Haiti have the global yearly average of deaths from Cholera in their country in four to five months?
...I'm talking the GLOBAL rate..
because the pace of this 'Cholera' is unbelievable ...it has a awesome rate of transmission or infection.. it really sounds suspicious, it's hard to speculate..but the rate of deaths makes absolutely no sense... unless people are 'purposely' drinking waters with Cholera in it... knowingly, as if wanting to commit suicide..
I find that hard to believe..
The haitian government being one of the most corrupt governments on earth, i wouldn't expect much of anything good from it ...

Bunch of parasites.

On the other hand, which government isn't?

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Nov 16, 2010
 
Thank god Haiti isn't a state, Obama would be considered a racist for neglecting these "blacks". Liberals suck
jean

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Nov 16, 2010
 
what goverment the haitian goverment is sucks and that,s the bottom line decades of dictatorship and corruption decade of coup d'etat pocketed billion of dallars belong to the people they don't give a damn about the citizens of haiti too bad the citizens of haiti are too blind to see that the haitian goverment is sucks and that's the bottom line even the haitian that live in united state don't see anything wrong with these so-called haitian leaders in haiti they all blind unbelievable
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Nov 16, 2010
 
This is what happens when you crap in your water, dirty animals!!

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