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Every 2 Seconds A Child Dies of Starvation, But Who Cares, Let's All Obsess Over 911!
by Citisucks    The Truth Will Set You Free
Entered into the database on Monday, September 11th, 2006 @ 13:27:54 MST


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Every two seconds a child dies of starvation. Everyday 40000 children die of starvation

But instead of taking a day to worry about these children, lets all obsess over 2819 people from 911.

Many of these deaths due to starvation are due to corporate terrorism. Developing countries being charged so much interest for projects, that they ended up poorer and worse of then they would have if they received no loans. They are also due to resources being sent from this countries to evil, selfish America. For example these statistics show how idiot America's excessive consumption leads to some of these 40000 deaths everyday. "Amount of meat imported annually by U.S. from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras and Panama: 200 million pounds. Amount of meat eaten by average person in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras and Panama: Less than the average American housecat consumes"( (Note citisucks is a vegetarian)

In addition to selfishness and greed their is of course also racism. Most of the people that died in 911 were rich and white. Almost all of the children that die everyday as victims of the corporate terrorists are non-white and poor. Yet idiot america was suckered into giving millions?billions? to rich bimbo housewives who went and wasted all their money on shopping sprees, while meanwhile even more children starved to death who could have actually used this money for food that would have saved their lives.

It is no wonder the world hates us. We are murdering 40000 children a day with our selfishness, greed, racism, evil and support of the corporate terrorists!


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