It’s been ten years since an earthquake left almost a half of a million Haitians dead. Is there anything to show for in term of the rebuilding effort? Observers will tell you there is hardly any. On the contrary, government corruptions coupled with a complete lack of devotion have contributed to worsen the hellish living conditions. The future looks bleak. There is hope, however. For the first time in many generations, the people of Haiti are demanding profound changes in their existential realities. The struggle for economic justice drags on despite the odds. Haiti will land on its feet. But before that has to happen, getting rid of government’s mismanagement must and will ultimately take place. Brothers, hold firm.