Enigma wrote:I don't care about starving Africans either and I don't see a reason why anyone should.
Africans can blame themselves for the shit situation they're in right now. There was no famine during the evil white man rule, as a matter of fact some countries had higher GDP than some Communist countries during late 70s and early 80s. Once they got rid of the evil white oppressors their whole continent went to hell.
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Unspecified wrote:I don't like the adverts, but then i don't like the suffering that's going on in the world either. If it gets a few people to help save some lives then i can certainly live with it. I donate to charity already and i cant say I've ever decided to donate to a particular charity because they put an advert on tv...
Yes adverts and callers etc can be seen as a waste of money, but they way they look at is is "if we spend £100k on a campaign and get £300k back from it then its paid for itself and made us an extra £200k to spend on helping people - more than what we would have had if we didn't do it - so its worth doing". I guess not every charity gets the maths right, but if it didn't work alot of the time they would soon stop doing it...
I used to care about others and their problems, that's how I actually got into a prison.Silkie wrote:Heavens Enigma not caring about someone else and their problems is that a first?
Yes, your laws are so liberal that you have 2nd highest overall crime rate in the EU. It's probably because you can end up on remand for throwing an apple, which is a truly appalling crime.re# Skilgannon wrote:wow, didn't realise we lived in a dictatorship state where those who fight oppression and stand up to a fascist regime went to prison, I thought in this country only people who broke the rather liberal laws in a rather serious manner were incarcerated.
re# Skilgannon wrote:wow, didn't realise we lived in a dictatorship state where those who fight oppression and stand up to a fascist regime went to prison, I thought in this country only people who broke the rather liberal laws in a rather serious manner were incarcerated.
Why don't you tell us what injustice was served against you so we can maybe use our collective might to help your fight for the worthy and just
re# Skilgannon wrote:break the laws of a country you are a guest of and yes, you should be sent home!
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