Sure, for some reason you seem to think you have entitlements...

Hispanolanoyosoy - May 9 2008, 1:51 AM

Sure, for some reason you seem to think you have entitlements and dominion on this site over everybody and post just as much repetitive nonsense as everyone else. Acting like you are this site's moderator -- you are not! Where do you get off B I T C H?

Since this is the low you want me to stoop down with you at. When posting your ideas how about try saying "The things I will do, can do" instead of suggesting them as though someone is just going to execute thing per your command.

I placed down what I will do, can do and I am doing in the struggles of Haiti.

Can you say the same but suggesting them on here. ONE QUESTION, and it is still the same question and last question in this post down bellow

I HAVE TWENTY DOLLARS - HOW CAN I HELP FIGHT HUNGER IN HAITI?

HispanolanoYoSoy.Skyrock.Com/

In response to queries from readers, the first "How Can I Help" blog was devoted to volunteering.

With increasing food insecurity in Haiti, we have received many inquiries from caring people who want to do their part to improve the situation.

Weird enough, there have not been any Haitian participations in this effort or not as much as there should have been. Most of the donors we have received donations from hardly ever have they been Haitians.

Mostly foreigners with no Haitian ties or background.

We have had even Dominicans participating and contributing and engaging in this struggles.

Many of those foreigners have offered to hold food drives, sending farming and gardening tools they purchase from Walmart, Lowes and Home Depot and so forth - Whatever they can do to help, they have done it.

Haiti is in this situation because it does not grow enough food and has depended on importation for far too long. Your support will go farther if, instead of sending food, you make a contribution to an organization that is already on the ground in Haiti.

Where are all the bloggers and Haitian people with all kinds of criticisms to talk about posting blogs left and right online?

Below are organizations that are fighting hunger in Haiti and are reputable and effective.

With your support, they can reach more people.

Enough Talk, More Actions!

Here is a list of Organizations I have contributed and partook in: Ask yourself, do you really want to help?

haiti-micah.org/
http://www.oreworld.org/
floresta.org/
http://www.unifusa.org/home/

The funny thing is, not a single one of those Aide groups are groups from the Haitian Disporas.

Except this one by this great Haitian Wyclef Jean which is:
yele.org/index.html

YEAH, AS A HAITIAN WHAT CAN YOU DO?

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE?

WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

WHAT WILL YOU DO FOR HAITI?

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