When chances to by – ending starvation, poverty, unemployment with investment, consulting, education and engineering in earth’s most impoverished nations.
When what has been called the first black president of the US was elected, I was somewhat surprised in very ethnically diverse parts of town to see absolutely nobody celebrating. No so-called minorities expecting the world’s problems would justly be solved, no blacks celebrating or cheering for the perceivable end of racism and new hopes of progress, nor anyone else behaving as if all earth might get the best chance to solve the problems of slavery, racism, wage slavery, starvation and poverty in Africa and unemployment and economic stagnation in the US, Europe…nothing. What about new jobs fulfilling the hopes, dreams, prayers and promises by simply negotiating development contracts with earth’s poorest nations for education, sustainable economic infrastructure, development contracts including part ownership. No chance.
As a reporter, I asked a few people why.
The answer was simple. Someone said they…
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