Terrorism and Military Occupation in Haiti by United Nations, MINUSTAH
For the past 10 years, with their occupancy in Haiti since 2004, the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) has maintained a reign of terror. An Intergovernmental body created for promoting human rights and maintaining peace sounds more like tyrannical to Haitians. The troop first arrived in June 2004, just one month after Aristide's kidnapping. One of its first act was to support the illegal administration that followed the coup. Haitians are never satisfied with the MINUSTAH. There are many reasons for their dislike. Some of which include: (1) MINUSTAH people continually harass and humiliate Haitians; (2) They enjoy immunity from prosecution; (3) They often sabotage democracy and electoral processes for own interest; (4) Interferes in Haiti's political affairs; (5) They were ineffective, cowardice and hardly cooperative during the earthquake emergencies; (6) Carriers of many contagious diseases; (7) The presence of UN troop on Haitian soil is illegal.