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Should developed countries help developing countries?

  • War effects others

    Think about all the refugees of war how would they feel if they had the chance of dying every day and celebrating for as much as surviving another day with war all around them. What about the shortages of every single resource they have. Now think about them and how they survive and feel

  • War effects others

    Think about all the refugees of war how would they feel if they had the chance of dying every day and celebrating for as much as surviving another day with war all around them. What about the shortages of every single resource they have. Now think about them and how they survive and feel

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  • Morale and Ethical Ambiguous Reasons

    Take a moment to ponder weather or not you are bathed, clothed, and your basic needs are being met. Im sure that most in America and other 1st world nations would say this to be true. But the people in third world countries? Mothers cannot provide for their children, they themselves go without eating numerous times. We, as human people, have an obligation to help those who are not able to help themselves. Otherwise, how can we call our selves people? When we have the ability to help, why not?

  • We have the money, why don't we.

    These countries need the money more than we do. I'm not saying that we give all our money. Just some of it. If you think about it, we could make this place a lot better. I'm astonished to hear that 20% of the people say no. We have so why don't we do it, because people can't be asked to do it, they don't want to give there money away. There all so selfish. Think about it, you can make a poor country, not poor.
    You make the change.

  • Each of us shoould help each other

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  • It is what they deserve, the developing countries.

    Many developed countries is the cause for the lack of the money in these developing countries, because of their actions throughout the history. Actions like colonisation, the slave trade and many more, and we continue to cause them poverty through oil digging, deforestation etc. This of course helps the countries to make some money, but it is not sustainable for the oil and the forests can disappear and left is nothing. So in a long term perspective this may cause them more harm than good. So we have played and still play a big part for the poverty of these countries and it is our duty to help them out of their situation.

  • We should support each other as equal

    Because what happens if one day they get better then us and we need help from them but they do not want to help because we had also the chances to help them and we never did. We need to stop thinking only about out self and think more on how to help each other and how it will help in the future.

  • Its a Win-Win

    If we help develop developing countries, then in the long run it will come right back to us because then those developing countries will eventually be developed and become our trading partners and buy things from us and makes our economy stronger. Which in the end, works to our benefit and theirs. It's a win-win situation.

  • I think we should help fight

    I think we should he other country's, if great Britain goes into a war we should and we will help them they are some of the USA best friends. And the same thing for other country's. And Canada plus mexico there good friends too very good friends.

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  • Debt debt debt

    They wouldn't be self-efficient and would just spend our money on non-needed things and would probably not pay us back and would be in debt again in no time. They would just use the U.S. and think they can take advantage of us. It wouldn't be fair at all... :(

  • They will only spend

    They will only spend and not be self sufficint. For example, in bangladesh, the government is training citizens to stop spend their money. Also, even if we send them money, they will never pay back, since they don't earn money and they only spend. . . . . . .

  • No Developed countries should not

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  • It's not really helping either us or them

    Developed nations and developing nations are same country in this world, but if developed nations help developing nations, that nations would be sorry for developed nations. Like when you are being helped by some younger boy. Developing nations would be sorry and the relation of two countries wouldn't be good

  • I feel that it's our duty

    For all the countries in the world that have a stable society should aid the less fortunate countries. If the developed countries are able to provide for the less fortunate, why wouldn't they help out. I feel that this country is full of people that don't have what we do.

  • We have enough problems of our own.

    Just think about it. We barely have enough money to support ourselves, and the last thing we need is to support another country. I realize that helping others is a great thing, but we shouldn't let our own country's people slip into poverty. With rising food prices and other costs, we just can't afford it.

  • Will cause more harm than help

    More people that survive means an increased world population leading to increased strain on resources. Also, the united states in deep in debt and we can't afford to help others if we cannot help ourselves. Plus, why should we help another nation if they can potentially become stronger than us?

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