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  1. msg Global Warming message posted Global Warming Why does China and United States still pollute the air more than any other country when they know h…
    Global Warming
    Why does China and United States still pollute the air more than any other country when they know how bad global warming can be in future?
    6:34 am
  2. msg Water message posted Water My only question is that, if water is something any human being needs to survive, then why do some …
    Water
    My only question is that, if water is something any human being needs to survive, then why do some companies such as NWNA have the allowance to make water a commodity?
    6:31 am
  3. msg Military Spending message posted Military Spending I would to like ask the current president of United States and its government, why do they spend so…
    Military Spending
    I would to like ask the current president of United States and its government, why do they spend so much on military when they have so many unemployed workers and poverty?
    6:26 am

Monday, June 13

  1. page Traffiking edited Trafficking By: Alex Mantas Mantas Drug Trafficking {http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2067/1…

    Trafficking
    By: Alex Mantas Mantas
    Drug Trafficking
    {http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2067/1598419297_dd1ffce52e.jpg} Seized drug money and guns {http://www.nndb.com/people/442/000109115/pablo-escobar.jpg} Pablo Escobar {http://stopthedrugwar.com/files/Drug_bust_mexican_cartel_1.jpg?1303929969} Cartel thugs transporting Cannabis
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    10:57 am

Sunday, June 12

  1. page Sweatshops edited ... Sweatshops is a world issue due to numerous reasons. Firstly, sweatshops occur everywhere in t…
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    Sweatshops is a world issue due to numerous reasons. Firstly, sweatshops occur everywhere in the world. Although people usually associate sweatshops with being in the lesser developed countries, that is false. Many corporations in first world countries also exploit people by setting up these factories. Secondly, it is a global consequence. Many say that we all contribute to sweatshops since we buy clothes from these workers. Sweatshop workers should instead be involved in our society by being able to peruse other jobs, such as working as cashiers or managers. Also, sweatshops are incredibly threatening to today's society. These people should be allowed to take part in shaping our global future, but instead they are working long, physically exhausting hours. Furthermore, there are many perspectives regarding sweatshop workers. Essentially, it's not "black and white": people have conflicting arguments. For example, some activists believe that it is more beneficial to work in a sweatshop than being out in the streets. Others, however, believe it is crucial to eliminate sweatshops altogether. In addition, sweatshops are more threatening in some areas more than others. Third world countries, for example, tend to have more factories than that in first world countries.
    How has this issue evolved?
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    of my time line, this issueissue, there has unfortunately hasn't seennot been much improvement.
    Sides in this issue
    Pro: The first perspective is that sweatshops are beneficial because if we don't have sweatshops, there is no other alternative. If people didn't have any source of income, they might turn to drug dealing, prostitution or anything else that's harmful. Clearly, working long exhausting hours beats other alternatives. Parents of child workers are the best example of this. They believe that their children will be an economic asset if they work in sweatshops.They want their children to "succeed", therefore there is no other alternative. Many parents also get promised by businessmen that their kids will benefit greatly, but they are clearly lied to.
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    9:32 am

Saturday, June 11

  1. msg Resource Depletion message posted Resource Depletion I would ask this question to David Suzuki!
    Resource Depletion
    I would ask this question to David Suzuki!
    3:32 pm

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