As a young child up to my teenage years, I used to look...

Cj - September 14 2011, 3:02 AM

As a young child up to my teenage years, I used to look forward to the summer vacations heading to the country side in L'Artibonite swimming in the rivers, bathing without restrictions, having to ration the amount of water usage, because the water quantity was endless.

I have so many good memories down by the river side that I will forever hold dear. The rivers, well-water, spring water are All we have. The generation before us used the same streams and we never had an outbreak of this killing disease anywhere before in Haiti.

The UN and its infectious soldiers need to GO and leave my people be.

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