Whether the U.S. should financially support countries that persecute Christians.
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1.) The USA funds these regions to demonstrate the moral values and economic strengths of This Christian country. whether the intent of the government is too advocate Christianity or not, our strengths historically and in modern practice originate there.
2.) The USA as a supporter of any country, is subliminal reinforcement that would subdue aggression and create a sense of stability. This sense of stability would decrease those countries pre-existing issues like social incompetence and depression.
3.) by uniting he world, we as a world become more understanding of each other first most, but also we simply are not ignoring the problems.
I think those will be the major points I will stress and reinforce during this debate.
I am very interested to hear what your responses are; hoping that you understand economics enough to see that investing in our own poverty is not a profitable industry. (* those countries have no capacity. The poverty in our own countries are from lack of ambition. )
Thank you for accepting and keeping it formal.
(When I say "we" I am referring to the U.S as a whole)
To suggest that we don't reach out to the poor, because of a single party of a nation indicates it is anti-Christianity... sort of biased.
It is also important to remember that you do not have to identify or recognize yourself as a Christian to be one. and so to suggest a nation is anti-Christianity when agnostics and atheists represent the better portions of the examples and references people commonly make to the church (in our own country, never mind foreign countries) it is hard to ignore their plights.
If a country is anti-Christianity, you can imagine the oppression in said country.
I do agree that my previous argument was semi biased and I thank you for pointing that out.
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