#MinortyReport “One Year Later, Life No Better in Haiti : “Where is the $, Where is the Help”

Despite our finical efforts life but beach chair for the ruminates of Haiti,  “One Year Later, Life No Better in Haiti”. It is dolefully-unacceptable how we  donate to companies without properly researching the hands in which your are giving your money to. After watching the news & hearing volunteers say that there is not enough help upset but did not surprise me. They have a budget, that could open & create #JOBS . People were poor before the earthquake came Teach the people trades, feed & clothe the widow, “For We Have More Than Enough”.

“MTV stopped by to film our fortresses
We forget the unfortunate
Sure I ponied up a mill, but I didn’t give my time
So in reality I didn’t give a dime, or a damn
I just put my monies in the hands of the same people that left my people stranded
Nothin’ but a bandit
Left them folks abandoned
Damn, that money that we gave was just a band-aid
Can’t say we better off than we was before In synopsis

this is my minority report”

Where is $

The Where is The Help?

The cries of the refugees No titles just Gods people fighting for survival

All praises to the money god, wheres the $ God?

Where are the Hands, Where is the Help?

Beat to the Gawds Dresses, Tuxes, Minks Step & Repeats

No bar could wash away thee cause, thee effect

fresh water to drink, safe place to rest

as much as you want make it good, its someone else’s job to make it bad…

you donated all you had.

Where is $ The Where is The Help?

Numbers 24 Build cities for your women & children, & pens for your flocks, but do what you have promised.


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