Hurricane Maria – Puerto Ricos Worst Enemy

It amazes me how incompetent people can actually be. Hurricane Maria destroyed our island but common sense will tell everyone that the actual fatally was not 4,600. Where did the actual evidence come from? This is all a Political action on the United States part in order for our Government to look bad and not receive any assistance or the votes for State Hood 51. Political rakateering!!

During our six months of total suffering, we had no electricity or running water. Fuel was very difficult to secure. Many Municipalities have been affected by Hurricane Maria, till this day half of Puerto Rico is still in total darkness.

Hurricane Season has arrived with our fellow neighbors on the ignore list. Politics has ruined our community.

Migration had been rising before the hurricane, many people have had to abandon they’re homes.

We have been struggling with no electricity. This causes people to actually suffer because they depend on machines to maintain life. Many elderly who had no access to medical attention.

Many factors fall into place when calculating fatality. The island suffered a state wide black out during the Hurricane and after.

Businesses, Government offices were all under an electrical Blackout, causing everyone to move to different locations.

Round two begins! New hurricane season and Puerto Rico still suffers.


Christmas In Total Darkness

This year many people are still suffering. Yet, many are celebrating the holidays. Sadness, stress, anxiety overrides the festive feelings. Hurricane Maria has left so much emotional damage that it has become very difficult to celebrate anything. Christmas in total darkness! 

Puerto Rico is still recovering. 

Many Municipalities are still without electricity, leaving many families in total darkness this Christmas. Our local utility company is taking too long in fixing the power grid. Puerto Rico needs the help from our fellow Americans in Homeland in order to recover quickly. 

Many families here are suffering and Politics keeps getting in the way of a full recovery. Hopefully we as Americans can recover and finally receive the electricity for a brighter future. 

Communications Half Open – The Battle Continues

We are happy to report that Lomas Verdes, Bayamon, Puerto Rico is ok. Magnolia Gardens as well is ok. There is minimal damage in this area. Trees are down, electrical wires, poles, etc are down. Many homes and businesses have been lost. At this point we are very limited on food and gasoline. Water supply is limited as well. There are other parts of Puerto Rico with severe damage. At this point we are basically stuck at home as refuge. An SOS needs to be established. Puerto Rico needs the assistance of our friends and family outside. We need the hands of labor to reconnect electrical services, bring food to our communities and establish medical emergency. Many streets here are not safe to travel. I am writing this update because at this time Claro Puerto Rico has service established via cellphone and internet. Please send us HELP!

I have established a Hurricane Relief Fund link on the side bar with the PayPal link. The situation here is getting very rough. Puerto Rico needs to establish gasoline service in order to maintain the electrical plants and keep fuel in vehicles. There is also a Facebook link on the side bar of this blog. Please follow me there, give me a like. I will be posting photos of the current situation on that page. I will be updating soon!