Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Factoid

Despite a $77 billion GDP, 35% of the population of Libya lives below the poverty level. 

Poverty, as evinced in non-industrialized -- i.e., developing -- countries means having NO HOPE FOR A FUTURE.

Saudi Arabia oppositionists are calling for a Day of Rage with demands that include freedom for women.

Love it. 

4 comments:

ais said...

well i feel that crawling our way out of poverty isn't entirely impossible. we just need to keep trying for our posterity.

Ninotchka Rosca said...

I quite agree. As we can see, the Libyans are trying, as did the Yemenis, Egyptians, etc.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Maybe this is the millennium to explore new frontiers....