You know nothing about Latino people.
In several occasions, when natural catastrophes have happened and the US has sent help to the affected countries, the governments of those countries have monopolized the food, clothes and other goods for their own convenience. Records from survivors and witness of natural disasters in the 60's and 70's.
There are lots of cases, where the troops of those affected countries indeed delivered the food and other supplies to the far areas, at the cost of their women to return "the favor" with sex.
Yup, this is the kind of abuses perpetuated in past catastrophes in Latino countries.
Today, such kind of abuses are lesser due to the new technology (cell phones with cameras), but even so, when those political leaders see the opportunity to get richer by monopolizing the help at their convenience, they will manage to obtain profit somehow.
I watched the Mayor of San Juan begging for help, even crying.
And in her back there were walls of bottles of water and other supplies, an ironic scenario when she was claiming for help having such a help right behind her.
Look, when people has been taught to fight the challengers of nature, they will find the way to deliver food and water to the rest.
But, Puerto Ricans are people who want everything given in their hands and avoid any effort from their part.
Here, in the US, there are lots of examples how people organized themselves to help others when nature attacks with earthquakes and hurricanes. This is about courage inside the soul, the right attitude in front of a disaster.
Puerto Ricans are used to ask, "how can you help me" instead of saying "how can I help? when a disaster happens.
Hope Puerto Ricans start to recover fast from this sad situation, because their land indeed has been destroyed very badly. But crying like babies is not helping them at all, they must learn to work hard by themselves and make their island prosperous again.
First step is firing that Mayor of San Juan, because she is not encouraging the people to organize themselves and start reconstruction.
Puerto Rico was in bankruptcy before the hurricane Maria, and help must be made to reconstruct that island "as it was before the disaster", no more than that. They must work hard for themselves to rise up their economy.