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  1. I appreciate the help of many nations to Haiti. However, I cannot bear the American rescue teams taking photos on the way to Haiti and CNN International broadcasting these photos and pictures as if the Americans are the primary rescuers of the people of Haiti.
    This is not just helping people. This is the marketing story of a nation in every oppurtunity. The earthquake in Haiti should not be a tool for Americans to prove that they are the biggest country in the world. In my point of view, help should only be for help. The rest of the issue should be considered by the peoples of the world.

  2. Makes a big difference when someone of her stature makes this kind of effort. Inspires as well as verifies. I wish the Red Cross all the success possible and don’t even what to think about the accountable side B.S. I am pulled to voluteer myself.