I know its unfashionable but does that not concern anyone else?
I've got a better question, does it concern you? I mean to say, if you see a homeless guy or girl.. Would you offer that person a place for the night? (I know you can't help the whole world, but you can start in your own community if necessary!)
We are prepared to throw inordinate sums of cash on Euro2012 and countless European projects, but we cant manage to get homeless people off the streets a week before Christmas?
I share your sentiments. Some people actually have billions on their private bank accounts, and they keep everything to themselves, while people who had some bad luck (And those people could've been you and me aswell!) die outside because they're an inconvenience to society?
In Russia, I accept this. The state doesnt care. But Poland? Why people must die?
If it was up to me, I wouldn't accept this anywhere. People are people, and they should be treated as such.
42 people die in an accident and it would be a day of mourning.. these people will barely get a centimetres of newsprint...
That's because in this wonderful society of ours, someone doesn't count when he or she doesn't generate wealth for the people who already have millions. I'm sure these people can see reason? I'm sure they're able to understand that they will easily make it through another winter with a little less money? I mean, what does it matter? You have 5 million today, and maybe you'll have 4,9 million tomorrow. (Either way, you'll have more than enough?)
I mean, saving another person's life is priceless? I don't know how many rich people read things on the internet, but it's always worth a shot. I mean, I can make a difference for maybe one or two persons, but I know some people could literally save half the globe with the money and the resources they have.
My opinion? If we as all people, want to call this society of ours civilized, together we should make damn sure poverty doesn't exist anymore. For no one, regardless who's fault it is, or was..
That's my Christmas wish.