Why inequality exists in the world ? Is it possible to eradicate this social bur

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  1. icv profile image56
    icvposted 3 years ago

    Why inequality exists in the world ? Is it possible to eradicate this social burden ?

  2. Sri T profile image78
    Sri Tposted 3 years ago

    Because people are unaware of their responsibility to themselves. Also they are not aware of the secret powers of the mind. They think the problem is the world.  Is it possible to eradicate this social burden ? Not if they don't learn how to use their minds properly. Each country tries to hold people down in some way, politically or financially. But there are ways to overcome them if the mind is used in a certain way.

    1. icv profile image56
      icvposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for sharing your view...

  3. alancaster149 profile image85
    alancaster149posted 3 years ago

    Unfortunately these days many employers and 'fat-cats' can move their assets around to where there's least resistance. Many firms have opened call centres in India to get around paying EU wages (we're among the worst paid in Europe here in Britain - and among the best, depending on your start in life).
    Forget about 'rags-to-riches', it's too rare to matter. It's about contacts, who your friends are, who your Dad was, which school you went to. There are places this doesn't apply, but you might have to learn a difficult language like Chinese or Arabic. Even then most Arabic-speaking countries are 'wired-in' to capitalism. And there are too many oligarchs in the Russian Federation to think about getting started there. For most there it's an uphill struggle - the revolution petered out.
    Try Tibet or Nepal. They'd welcome you there, but forget about making a fast buck. In India the gap between haves and have-nots is.Himalayan. Africa is a grind these days, unless you're a military adviser or mercenary, but don't get on the wrong side of your paymaster.
    You could always try somewhere like New Guinea, pay for your house with a brace of peacock feathers (but there's no corner shop for when you run out of fags or coffee, nor any takeaways except maybe in Port Moresby. If you fall out with the neighbours you might finish up in the pot).
    Best stay put, they speak English (after a fashion) and there's probably a MacDonalds where you can get a cheap coffee and mull over the world's problems with a local paper.
    Do the crossword, it'll take your mind off things.

    1. icv profile image56
      icvposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with you with the facts which you provided


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