December 30, 2004

Tsunami Relief

Seth Green sends in a link to a non-partisan initiative he's involved with called Americans for Informed Democracy that seeks to ensure a robust U.S. response to the tsunami disaster. Check it out (UPDATE: Link fixed).

MORE: Some 116,000 human beings, it is now being reported, were slaughtered as the seas violently swallowed them up. Likely at least half of them, it might be mentioned, in Indonesia--the largest Muslim country in the world. Look, I find ridiculous some spinny press coverage that almost makes Dubya himself seem culpable for this unimaginably brutal natural disaster. And recall Bush, contra Clinton's tiresome theatrics, has always preferred not to ooze empathy in near-naseauting fashion (whilst carnage, in places like Kigali and Sarajevo proceeded ferociously apace). I must say too, I'm sick and tired of CNN's saccharine-infused and imbecilic coverage of some Swedish baby rescued from the 'killer waves'--the requisite 'miracle' baby (and he kinda looks like Aunt Molly's nephew to boot!) that serves to personalize the story for the oft dumbed-down American public--the better so they can espy hope amidst the massive human suffering so that there is a 'feel good' Hollywood ending to the coverage (not to mention the hyper-forced bonhomie of CNN's hugely lame morning shows--God, it's painfully bad with all the fake giggles--particularly the 'pop' culture intervals). Unfortunate too, relatedly, the media's heavy focus on the foreign tourists (read: a relative smattering of Americans and white Europeans who were mostly staying in up-scale resorts in Thailand--each of their deaths tragic too--but c'mon...)

Excuse the rant. And I'm not saying Bush needs to necessarily pull out of Crawford and rush to Aceh or such. Any visit by Bush to the region, of course, would cause major dislocations, would likely hamper relief efforts--indeed would likely prove a costly sideshow and be widely derided (you can almost already see the articles in places like the Guardian) as a cheap P.R. stunt to woo the Muslim masses back into his GWOT column. Still, however, this is a catastrophe of epic proportions. We simply cannot allow ourselves to be viewed (at least by any fair, judicious and sober observers) as doing too little, too late (see below, however, for some significant initiatives the U.S. has already taken-including use of not insignificant Pentagon resources to allow for critical water purification efforts to take place). Still, truth be told, our efforts, to date, haven't gotten my pulse racing. So let us grab this opportunity more forcefully--showing the world that all lives, whatever their religion or ethnic background--are cherished and honored by America, land of myriad creeds, ethnicities, beliefs (ed. note: er, did I just write this? Next I'll be quoting John Lennon's "Imagine" in the cyber-pages of this blog).

Amidst all our clamoring for something to be done, however, it's worth noting that it appears a real outpouring of aid is on its way (some of the money coming from 'new' sources like the Gulf States, ie. not typical humanitarian aid donor nation leaders. Incidentally, we might consider, resources permitting, matching such contributions dollar for dollar, if possible, counting 'in kind' donations, should that be necessitated once we see how the numbers play out). So, more than actual resources pledged or deployed, it's likely the coordination of such an effort that will be critical going forward--despite understandable cries that 'more needs to be done!'.

Jan Egeland, the United Nation emergency relief coordinator, said Wednesday that international assistance was now coming forward in such quantity that the challenge was shifting from attracting aid to coordinating it. "Coordination is now vital," he said.

"This is one of the biggest relief operations we have ever had," he said, "and we see clearly that in addition to our traditional donors, we now have a very generous outpouring from new donors, Asian societies, gulf Arab countries."

Mr. Egeland said pledges and donations of immediate assistance had passed $220 million, with fresh amounts arriving almost hourly. In addition, he said, there has been "in kind" aid and military assistance worth tens of millions of dollars.

The Pentagon has set up a joint task force out of Okinawa, deploying forces to Thailand, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. Among the equipment sent are six C-130 transport planes, nine P-3 air surveillance and rescue planes, an aircraft carrier and several ships with the ability to produce hundreds of thousands of gallons of fresh water each day.

In Washington, Secretary of State Colin L. Powell said the aid money needed would end up "in the billions" of dollars, and pledged that the United States would increase its contributions and work with other donors to reach that goal.

To coordinate the international effort, Mr. Egeland at the United Nations said he was sending his deputy, Margareta Wallström, on Wednesday night to Geneva, where she would accompany United Nations officials to Indonesia, Sri Lanka and other affected countries.

"In any disaster of this nature," Ms. Wallström said, "you have to start planning the recovery now, parallel with the very large emergency response."

Coordination of relief efforts will indeed be critical. Should the President appoint a distinguished American as lead coordinator for the U.S. to interface with the U.N. and other major donors? I'm sure Mark Grossman over at State would do a hugely admirable job--but doesn't a tragedy of this proportion call for a high-profile special Presidential Envoy? I think it may. Both on the merits given the sheer scale of both the disaster and the concommitant relief effort (Grossman's got too much other stuff on his plate too, doubtless, to really prioritize this effort like it deserves)--but also because this is an opportunity for the U.S. to remind the world we well realize horrific suffering doesn't only happen in NYC, Washington DC and Pennsylvania.

Posted by Gregory at December 30, 2004 12:26 AM
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Is the "Leader of the Free World" done with his vacation yet?

It would be nice if he could get off his pampered prep-school ass and hold a press conference about the disaster - upwards of 100,000 dead with potential for many more through disease outbreaks and broken infrastructure.

Instead of a paltry $15 million, why is our leader sending more in our name?

Why isn't he doing his job and providing moral support in our name?

100,000 dead and that bastard is on vacation.

Is it because the dead are brown-skins? That's what the world is asking and that's the very question we do not want them to ask.

Posted by: avedis at December 30, 2004 11:23 AM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Avedis, I have the same concerns as you.

Posted by: monique at December 30, 2004 03:22 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Avadis,

Regarding your concerns that "that bastard" Bush "get off his prep school ass"....

Is your head so firmly wedged up your own ass that you have not observed what the US is, in fact doing? Rather than a quick press conference and a public display of tears, the Bush administration has already dispatched upwards of 10,000 airmen, sailors and marines to the area to assist in disaster recovery. Assets include a regional command and control unit to coordinate relief and recovery efforts, two naval groups, with multiple ships - some of which have the capacity for producing upwards of 90,000 gallons each of fresh water per day. Additional water purifiers are reported by the AP to have been airlifted in, along with food shipments. An Under Secretary of State has been assigned to coordinate US relief efforts. By the way, the initial US government commitment is reported as $35,000,000 - with more to follow on as specific needs become better defined. The AP also reports that "President Bush assembled a four-nation coalition to organize humanitarian relief, and promised that the United States would help bankroll long-term rebuilding." Those four nations are the US, Japan, India and Australia - four major regional powers with capabilities and assets to make a difference.

That appears to me to be a timely and significant response by our government. Americans have always committed as individuals in times of need, as well. There are many channels open for providing private donations to assist tsunami victims. One of them, the amazon.com fundraiser for the American Red Cross Tsunami Relief Fund, has collected over $4,500,000 dollars in less than 48 hours from about 75,000 concerned Americans. The numbers keep on climbing. There are any number of venues for helping.

Have you gotten off your own ass to do something? Or are you waiting for someone else to do it for you?

Posted by: Dave at December 30, 2004 04:42 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Grossman has been put in charge, but you have to admit, Greg, that the NSC has been slow off the mark.

As for this statement -- "And recall Bush, contra Clinton's tiresome theatrics, has always preferred not to ooze empathy in near-naseauting fashion (whilst carnage, in places like Kigali and Sarajevo proceeded ferociously apace)." -- it is completely false. September 11th, bullhorns, the GOP convention, various funeral photo ops spring to mind ...

Posted by: praktike at December 30, 2004 05:17 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Still not a peep from the leader of the free world.

However, it is encouraging to see the actions as noted in Greg's update. Also encouraging are Greg's accompanying sentiments.........Imagine!....

Posted by: avedis at December 30, 2004 08:23 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

"not a peep"? "moral support" (which consists of what exactly)?

"hasn't gotten my pulse racing"? et tu Greg?

Is this a soap opera you think you guys are watching? What fricking EVER.

This is pretty darn puerile whining, folks. Your emotive posturing is helping people infinitely less than Bush, in his callousness, and on "vacation" (how ignorant do people have to be to think the President has actual "vacation"?), already has. Which is to say, zero.

There is no substantive content to the complaints posted here, either in the post or the comments below. Absolutely none. There is no quantifiable, objective, measurable basis for saying we "haven't done enough". avedis appears to have the numbers wrong. One concludes that whatever the actual numbers were, it would be "not enough".

There is a difference between substantively helping numerous, faraway disaster victims and hitting whatever emotional buttons you guys have which Bush hasn't been able to (and likely couldn't, even in principle, because he's *Bush*) press or stroke. Grow the heck up and learn to tell the fricking difference already.

Posted by: Blixa at December 30, 2004 09:33 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Tens of thousands dead, and all some people can do is play politics, pathetic.

Posted by: JackC at December 30, 2004 09:34 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

"Is it because the dead are brown-skins? That's what the world is asking and that's the very question we do not want them to ask."

No, that's what race-mongers who have severe cases of projection are asking.

Get a grip.

Posted by: Cutler at December 30, 2004 09:39 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

One of the worst one-day disasters in all of human history, and the one person who supposedly speaks for the entire United States and the free world is silent for several DAYS.

And what was he busy doing? Clearing brush and riding his bike, of course.

FIFTY TIMES the number of people killed on 9/11 have died so far in this disaster. Think about that.

Is anyone noticing a pattern here? During major disasters, or for weeks leading up to them, Bush is on vacation. Of course, when you are almost ALWAYS on vacation, that will tend to happen.

I hope the rest of the world does not think that "Silent George" represents all of us, but the depth of this public relations fiasco makes me less than hopeful.

Absolutely, utterly incredible.

Posted by: DCShadow at December 31, 2004 06:43 AM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

No, Bush didn't go weeping in front of the cameras, biting his lip, feeling others pain. He didn't rush off from vacation, though neither did Kofi Annan. HE's still on the Ski Slopes of Aspen.

Should the US co-ordinate with the UN?

I'd argue NO. The UN has proven itself corrupt, with relief/aid/refugee agencies at best skimming off money, at worst arming terrorists and operating child sex slavery rings.

The refugees need help, there's no reason to involve the UN which will just rake money off the top. We'll already have to pay far too much in payoffs to the local corrupt authorities just to help people.

Posted by: Jim Rockford at December 31, 2004 06:47 AM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Forgot to add ...

The Goverment of Sri Lanka objected to the presence of IDF rescue team members on the Israeli relief plane, so they had to be yanked off and the relief effort re-configured. God forbid Israeli soldiers be allowed to help people who need it.

Maybe this is the reason:

http://editorial.gettyimages.com/source/search/details_pop.aspx?iid=51896117&cdi=0

(Sri Lankan Rescue worker wearing a bin Laden T shirt)

Yeah, too bad his hero isn't helping people out. Too busy with Jihad I guess.

Posted by: Jim Rockford at December 31, 2004 06:50 AM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

At least Jim understands the way of leadership. There is no mistake so large, no crime so heinus that someone in history hasn't committed one worse. When one is about to made responsible for mistakes or crimes one should always point to a similar or worse example by one's political enemies while invoking moral equivalencey arguements.

As for these rotten Sri Lankans islamo-fascists, well Jim you're on the right track, but you have some learning to do yet. We should give them aid alright, cyanide laced pork is what they deserve, with a nice big "Made in the USA" stamped on the crates.

That stupid Jesus and his turn the other cheek and kindness to enemies. He was weak. What the US needs is more Ubermen like Jim Rockford.

Posted by: J. Mengele, MD at December 31, 2004 07:44 AM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Here's is a short and incomplete update on some of the things the US government is actively doing to help with disaster relief operations in Southeast Asia. Bear in mind that: 'The U.S. effort is in support of the local authorities. These are sovereign nations, Pentagon officials said. “The United States is not there to take over the rescue or relief effort,” an official said. “We are there to provide whatever help they decide they need.”'

- Joint Task Force 536, formed specifically for the relief effort, is running at Utapao, Thailand.

- U.S. ships and personnel are converging on the affected areas. Nine P-3 Orions are helping with aerial reconnaissance, 10 C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft are in the area and already have started delivering supplies, and three teams - in Indonesia, Thailand and Sri Lanka - are helping local authorities with disaster assessments.

- Eight pre-positioning systems are coming from Guam and Diego Garcia to deliver supplies to the hardest-hit areas. These ships contain 450,000 gallons of water and the capability of making 90,000 gallons of fresh water each day.
NOTE: The USS Abraham Lincoln (which will be in position today) has the capacity for distilling 400,000 gallons of fresh water per day, in addition to any other assets.

- The USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Battle Group is transiting through the Straits of Malacca now and will take up a position off the coast of Sumatra. The group will be well placed to provide support to the Indonesian province of Aceh. The Lincoln group will be there Dec. 31, said Navy officials.

- The USS Bonhomme Richard Marine Strike Group left Guam and is sailing for a position off Sri Lanka. That group should arrive in a week, officials said.

- 41 helicopters associated with the two Battle Groups will be used for reconnaissance and rescue.

- Assessment teams are on the ground: "Our mission here is to go out and size up the relief efforts and provide the embassy with a clearer picture of what the military provide," said Marine Col. Thomas Collins, commander of Joint Task Force 536th's disaster relief assessment team. The team comprises civil affairs, medical treatment, preventive medicine, contracting and civil engineers, among others. A US Navy hospital ship prepositioned in Guam will be ordered to the region, pending the findings of the assessment teams.

- Airfield suitability assessments are underway for "...what is expected to be one of the largest humanitarian relief operations since the Berlin Airlift, officials said."

For current information on US disaster relief aid provided by the US military, on order of the President, mine through the official DoD website at http://www.defenselink.mil/ . Some of the information released by DoD gets picked up by the press, but much of the detail is simply condensed into one-line expressions like "in kind aid" or "other assistance", with the focus given to direct government cash assistance.

Information provided above largely extracted from:

http://www.defenselink.mil/home/articles/2004-12/a123004la1.html

http://www.af.mil/news/story.asp?storyID=123009495

Posted by: Dave at December 31, 2004 02:24 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Dave,

Shame on you for contributing substance and factual data to this discussion! What's the point? That list doesn't get Gregory Djerejian's pulse racing, which is what it's all about. Also, it's Not Enough. Whatever it is, it's just Not Enough.

How can the people of Southeast Asia be satisfied with our efforts if Gregory Djerejian's pulse isn't racing?

Posted by: Blixa at December 31, 2004 04:51 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Surely we should give some consideration to the UN's recent record at managing large scale relief projects. Can you say "OIL FOR FOOD"? You who expect the US to turn on a dime and solve all the world's ills. [but only the ills YOU select] make me tired.

Posted by: Ramrod at January 1, 2005 04:24 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

touche, Blixa. but note updated post on tsunami relief efforts today.gd

Posted by: greg at January 2, 2005 10:54 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

As the US gets raked over the coals yet again for never doing enough, fast enough, I'd be very interested in hearing to what extent the Muslim nations that are anit-west, and any of the affiliated rich insurgent groups with their perceived divinely inspired causes (i.e. Bin Laden) are donating to the tsunami relief efforts . . . . . . anyone have any ideas? Is there any, or are we just not hearing about it??

Posted by: Jim at January 3, 2005 09:28 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Jim, Ask and ye shall receive........I mean that wasn't a rhetorical question was it?

Qatar, $25 million
--Saudi Arabia, $10 million
--Kuwait, $2.1 million
--Algeria, $2 million
--Libya, $2 million
--UAE, $2 million
--Turkey, $1.25 million

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