Italy's top disaster official blasted the U.S.-led relief effort in Haiti as a "pathetic" failure that is turning a national tragedy into a "vanity show for the television cameras." Guido Bertolaso, the head of Italy's Civil Protection Agency, told Italian television on Sunday that the U.S. military "tends to confuse military intervention with emergency intervention," and that despite the presence of 13,000 U.S. troops there, "no one is giving orders." He said there is a danger that aid will be lost by the "inefficient" operation. Bertolaso threw darts at targets ranging from former President Bill Clinton to the United Nations, which he faulted for throwing aid packages at the island and hoping for the best. Italy's Disaster Chief Blasts 'Pathetic' U.S. Aid Work in Haiti - International News | News of the World | Middle East News | Europe News - FOXNews.com How's that image change going for ya BArAcck?