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Charity, is it the solution poverty? watch

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    Personally i believe all it ever does is solve the symptoms to the problem rather than the root to the problem? What do you think?
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    Ofc its not a solution. It was never intended to be , it is just an effort to compat some of the worse aspects of the situation.
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    (Original post by Paranoid_Glitch)
    Personally i believe all it ever does is solve the symptoms to the problem rather than the root to the problem? What do you think?
    whats the root of the problem then? :holmes:

    corrupt governments? these are hard to prevent
    a wealth gap? these will arise naturally
    limited economic growth? there must be a demand before a supply (eg tourism) and infrastructure is built
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    This question is too serious for chat.
    Maybe it belongs to the society forum
 
 
 
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