Myers . . . Protestants . . . Fiddling . . . Miracle
KEVIN Myers has succeeded, once again, in proving his adeptness in brandishing a hammer. His article (Irish Independent, February 5) hits the nail squarely on the head in contrasting the responses to the recent earthquakes in China and Haiti by governments and charities.
He quite rightly questions the difference in the world's expectations of the two governments and the survivors.
Why is he the only journalist to ask such pertinent and appropriate questions?