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The inequality of people has gained the attention of the media lately. Yet common people prefer using a dollar for something totally useless to giving it to charity. This is surprising, because that dollar could give a poor child foor, slothing and vaccination. Perhaps people in the industrialised countries think these charity aids are needless, because the government donates a share of its budget to help the developing countries. Yet governments cut their foreign aid, the multinational companies take even higher adventage of the cheap labour force in the developing countries and if , after all, people think the future will offer equal chances for everybody without any help from the rich, awakening from this fantasy is needed. The information the media give is inadequate, therefore people should obtain information spontaneously. Yet, common people find it frustrating, if the information is not very easy to obtain. Like people who do not recycle because the recycling-bin is 500 metres from their house instead of their front-yard, people do not attend information meetings if the meetings are not held very close to them Thus, information about malnutrition and poverty in the developing countries should be spread more vigorously if we are aiming at an equal world. So one should think twice before turning one\'s back to the next aid encountered.





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