Who’s to Blame in Haiti? Blame Shovels

When we view the millions of cubic yards of rubble in Haiti we attempt to place blame on someone or something.

There seems to be plenty of blame to go around in Haiti , so it is hard to pick just one target.

We suggest that you put the blame on the shovels. The shovel is a very visible villain in Haiti and other poor nations, and blaming shovels is better than blaming people. So we say: Blame the Shovels.

Why shovels? Shovels mixed most of the bad concrete that crushed people to death in the January quake. Fixing blame on shovels allows us to take very actionable steps to change the results of the next disaster. We simply must replace the shovels with something better.

You can vent your anger at the shovels and help some of the leaders of the Haitian recovery stop the shovels from causing this to happen again.

Click on the shovel below and sign a petition against the shovels. This action will cost you nothing but some time, yet it could lead to better construction methods for the world’s poorest people.

Click and make a change for the better…


About cementtrust

I am a director with Cement Trust and passionate about improving cement-based production in the poorest nations of the world.
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One Response to Who’s to Blame in Haiti? Blame Shovels

  1. Slamdunk says:

    Interesesting perspective. Thanks for sharing.

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