The day people stop helping their fellow man is the day the human race dies in my eyes and in the eyes of many others. Not every country is as rich as America. OBVIOUSLY. Should we punish those who are poor by failing to help them? Should we punish those who have been devastated by natural disasters by failing to send them money? Or should we help the poor, the distressed, the devastated, because that's what you would want if you ever needed debt relief?
In total agreement with sending aide to countries that get hit with a natural disaster. What I am starting to think is not sending aide to countries that do not do anything to combat climate change. Of course, if we did that, it would mean we would not be able to send aide to many our own states.
No, countries that suffer from natural disasters do not deserve debt relief from other countries, because no country deserves the earnings of another place. However, if a country does have a natural disaster, other countries should step up and be good neighbors and good citizens and give the country affected aid voluntarily. It should be by charity, not right.
They often do get help from other countries, but we should make everyone fight for themselves. The United States does not ever get help for our natural disasters, but we go help all other countries, but we should not. They can fight their own battles agains the natural disasters that strike.
I personally think that countries should not suffer from natural disasters and does not deserve debt relief from other countries because it does not have anything to do with the country that the natural disaster happened in. I personally think that countries should not suffer from natural disasters which should not affect the countries.
Countries that suffer from natural disasters should not get debt relief from their lenders because this is not fair. Every country has some kind of natural disaster. If this were the law, every country would have an excuse not to pay back their debts. Countries can provide aid in supplies, which would help disaster victims recover better, anyway.