This is The Shocking Truth Behind Western Aids to Africa
In the Court of Public Opinion, the jury is still out relative to the evidence or lack there of pertaining to the question of who supports whom in regard to Africa and the rest of the world.
According to UK and Africa case studies, it appears that Africa actually less than six time the amount received is spent on Africans as a whole. On the other side of the coin, some conjecture exists to suggest that some $5 billion annually falls victim to tax evasion schemes and scams. This whole issue is so easily lumped in with climate change costs and skilled workers leaving for foreign ports.
A recent study revealed that $134 billion in receipts could show a $58 billion loss as the rest of the world benefits from basic healthcare. The UK and an unnamed rich government have been accused of stomping Africa under down despite power disparities and criminal conduct.
Thirty-three percent of those living below the poverty line exist in rich resource countries according to the Human Development Index. During a 2011 meeting between British Prime Minister David Cameron and South African President Jacob Zuma, Cameron stated that Africa being portrayed as a dark, hapless, hopeless country is a myth and further cited additional assistance provided by celebrities and fashion moguls. Many financial experts view multi-national company repatriation as merely the flow of profits back to the rightful owner. Other financial gurus cite South Africa’s mine strike as the result of deregulated direct investment practices on the part of foreign entities.
During the 2014 Health Poverty Action gathering, it was deemed that the fleecing of Africa is alive and well, and that it is non-stop, never-ending poverty cycle based upon statistics that show one of every two Africans exists on less than $1.25 per day.
Obama Should Leave Africa Alone could, in many people’s opinion, be another title for Arnold Chibunz’s book entitled “Obama Leave Africa For Africans.” A May 15, 2015 blog by first name only contributor Dan, suggests that a conference held in Washington, D.C., for African young people at the invitation of President Obama to brainstorm about how to improve Africa’s future was a joke. Dan cites that Africans believe a child needs the village to be raised to become the best possible adult. The author noted that many Americans share and voice the identical belief and that absolutely perfect parents do not exist on Planet Earth.