DISASTER: Gary Heavin On Puerto Rican Relief

DISASTER: Gary Heavin On Puerto Rican Relief



Published on Sep 29, 2017

Bureaucratic logjams are exacerbating relief for victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and it isn’t what the mainstream media has been complaining about. Gary Heavin on the relief efforts he’s involved in, explains what’s needed and what organizations you can trust — and can’t trust.


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7 Responses to DISASTER: Gary Heavin On Puerto Rican Relief

  1. Hardnox says:

    Excellent video.

    • Uriel says:

      The man sure puts FEMA and RED CROSS in a bad light — even in Katrina those two turned away citizen help at the state borders.

  2. Shar says:

    Great to see real news for a change. Hope he succeeds.

  3. SafeSpace says:

    Uriel: Please excuse my language, but F*CK the bureaucracy. Declare martial law and send in the US military to distribute aid at gunpoint. Criminal gangstas and Teamsters to be shot if they interfere. There is both precedence and legality in this approach, since PR is a US territory.

    • Popular Front says:

      In my view Martial Law should have been declared once the damage levels were known. In Australia this is called ‘aid to the civil power’ but it means the same thing. The Army wades in to help restore services like power and water and distribute food relief. Looters are punished and people like bolshie truck drivers demanding $50 an hour are ruthlessly pushed aside. The Army has plenty of truck drivers.

  4. SafeSpace says:

    Franklin Graham’s Samaritans’ Purse has gotten their cargo DC-8 heavy jet into the main airfield there, on VFR rules no less. If dumb evil Christians can succeed at this job, what is stopping the Red Cross and FEMA?

    • Uriel says:

      I am with you. Shutdown the mayor and sequester the media. They either cooperate or they find themselves in prison. I also am for reorganizing or disbanding FEMA and Red Cross if they can’t accept help.