1) What this report fails to show is what "'century" exactly did Haiti have a previous outbreak of cholera? It can't since Haiti has never had a documented case of a cholera outbreak. The UN was/is well aware that Haitians did not have antibodies to protect them from cholera. The UN is the one primarily military organization (not humanitarian) which is in the best position to know this because of its supposed "mandate" to help prevent the spread of disease in the world. You'd think that would be a priority in Haiti, but evidently not, given their criminal negligence there. A legitimate question to posit: since the UN "mandate" in Haiti has been repeatedly renewed by the Security Council, are they carrying out a secret agenda? Is the UN practicing bio-warfare in Haiti?
The UN's defense of its criminal behavior in Haiti is absurd. They claim that since Haiti had prime conditions where cholera or other water-bourne disease would thrive, then Haiti itself is responsible for the deadly outbreak... so let's have another real life example where the UN's twisted logic can be applied: if a criminal shoots a policeman and that policeman is not wearing a bullet proof vest and he dies, then he is responsible for his own death.
2) What this report does show is that the UN thinks it is above the law and has operated with impunity in Haiti. So much so that it hasn't even bothered to follow through on its own legal requirements/obligations of putting in place a commission to uphold the rule-of-law; to hear criminal complaints brought against them -- an absurd conflict of interest in the first place!
3) The "agreement" that Haiti is said to have signed, which allows "MINUSTAH" to occupy Haiti under Chapter VII (conditions not met in Haiti), was signed when Haiti was under the illegal US installed regime of Gerard Latortue, so it has no validity. The criminal UN occupation of Haiti is illegal, criminal and based on lies.
Interesting reading: Bill Clinton acknowledged “that a UN peacekeeping soldier brought cholera to Haiti by accident.”
Volume 17, Number 11—November 2011