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Should American try and help to end world hunger when there are still people in the US that are starving?

  • We are all people and we need to look out for our own kind, everywhere.

    We may not think of our selves as animals but we are, we are all one species. American or not we are all human and I find it infuriating that people will just let poorer people die. They have feelings just like you, just like your family., just like your friends. And just like you they deserve to live, everyone does.

  • Hunger and Poverty

    I think that we should help end world hunger in the US AND in the other countries. Did you know that every 4 seconds, 1 person dies of hunger? Did you know that every day, 21,000 people die of hunger. 80% of the world is living in poverty. I think that we should help this.

  • It Involves us!

    Here's the thing, world hunger involves us. So working on world hunger could help us at the same time. America likes to do things for other countries, a lot of the time, when we do this we are helping ourselves too because we are creating more awareness on what is going on and then other groups and organizations help out here at home. So, yes, we should try and help world hunger because instead of just helping us, we're helping everyone.

  • The world needs saving

    The United States must help solve world hunger, which means solving the ever growing hunger problem here in the United States as well. There shouldn't be hunger of course, as it is only a matter of distribution, not lack of actual food needed to feed the world. We need to fix this now.

  • The ones who wouldn't help the homeless here would not help the homeless in other countries either

    I find this moral belief weird. Blaming America for everything. It's just not right. I say it like this, if they didn't want to help the homeless in their own country, what makes you think they're gonna help the homeless in other countries. If they didn't do it here, they're elitist to begin with.

  • It doesn't help anything

    In some countries it is normal for a man to have a lot of children. There are many people that lives in areas that are not conducive to growing food. Just to feed people is not the solution. People needs to take responsibility for their own lives and the lives of their families

  • It doesn't help anything

    In some countries it is normal for a man to have a lot of children. There are many people that lives in areas that are not conducive to growing food. Just to feed people is not the solution. People needs to take responsibility for their own lives and the lives of their families

  • There's not enough resources

    I don't think that we should be helping other countries when we can't feed our own people because our citizens are americans and they should be fed before random starving kids in africa. I know it sounds harsh, but we need to first make sure we don't have any starving people or else it comes across as VERY hypocritical. Also, these people were supposed to die because the world never had enough resources for them and now they are bringing more people to the world to feed. It will get out of control. Also, if we really want to help people, we should install better farms in those places rather than give them our recourses.

  • Absolutely not !

    Feeding the world only makes the problem worse. The United States has artificially increased the carry capacity by feeding poor nations that can't support themselves. These people were supposed to die, however they lived and now are reproducing. Which will create more issues later. Let the population die off and carrying capacity return to normal. The United States has no moral obligations to interfere.

  • Feed our own

    We should focus on making our own country strong and then helping others. I'm not saying that world hunger isn't a big problem but what about all the hungry in America. We need to stop butting in on other countries and their problems and focus on ours. Our own citizens our dying while we worry about people half a world away.


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