The consequences of the Haitian crisis, as serious as they may be, no longer come as a surprise. It is evident that the lives of Haitians do not matter. The authorities, paid and maintained to govern the country, stand by with folded arms while the worst atrocities by gangs are committed against children and the elderly, to name only the most vulnerable segments of the population.
There have been countless high-level meetings at the UN, OAS, CARICOM, and other organizations concerning the Haitian crisis. The promises of aid to the