Cholera under the political microscope

Agent-x - July 8 2012, 2:46 PM

There is no such thing as Haitian Cholera, Cuban Cholera nor spontaneous generation.

Cholera was imported to Haiti.

Don't let the True Axis of evil-TAoE fool you on this by make you believe that lack of Health care facilities, hygiene,sewer infrastructure etc are the cardinal causes of the cholera in Haiti.

Now what about Cuba who is far more advanced than Haiti in those domains?

Haiti has been free from this disease for many decades, despite of its precarious heath facilities, deficiency of modern bathroom and sewer infrastructure.

The cholera was transported in Haiti either inadvertently by the MUNISTAH or willfully by the MUNISTAH or by one of the True Axis of Evil-TAoE for nefarious political reason.

The British keeps talking about the Cholera in Haiti and in Cuba but failed to mention What happenned in Jamaica in 18--while Jamaica was under their absolute rule.
We know that In 1850 cholera killed more than 32,000 people in Jamaica.

Two years later, in 1852 smallpox killed a substantial number of people in Jamaica.The British press currently failed to mention those facts but trying to demonstrate that Haiti is the vector of all kind of diseases.


According to the BBC www-bbc-co-uk/news/world-latin-america-18758325 on 07 July 2012, Cuban cholera outbreak reaches Havana
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The BBC has learned that a patient has been diagnosed with cholera in the Cuban capital, Havana, days after three people died in a rare outbreak in the south-eastern town of Manzanillo.

More than 50 people were infected and about 1,000 have received medical attention.

The authorities say the outbreak is under control but four hospitals are prepared to isolate patients.

They say people became ill after drinking water from contaminated wells.

But it is not clear what the source of the cholera is.
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Most of the cases were in Cuba's south-eastern Granma province, more than 750km (470 miles) from Havana.

Hundreds of medical professionals from that area, including nurses, have worked and continue to work with patients in Haiti, where tens of thousands of people were infected after a devastating earthquake in 2010.

But the BBC's Sarah Rainsford says that for over a week doctors in Havana have been doing the rounds of their patients, checking for symptoms of cholera.

The infirm, elderly and pregnant have been prioritised.

Now tests on a 60-year-old woman, admitted to hospital on Wednesday, have confirmed that she has the disease.

As she was diagnosed early, doctors say she is in a stable condition.

Health officials said they had "all the necessary resources to provide adequate attention to patients."

They said they had taken a series of measures, including taking samples of water and adding chlorine to purify it, to combat the outbreak.

Cholera is a bacterial infection that can cause severe diarrhoea and dehydration.

The Health Ministry said the last reported cholera outbreak on the island was soon after the 1959 Revolution

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