Yes I. I agree with the I! I live in Argentina, a pretty poor country, and I know what I'm talking about. I can see what you are saying but from the other place. I see it from the place where the people works for cents a day to satisfy their "customers" from USA and Europe.
To support that kind of business is to support Babylon, that is true. And schools aren't going to help, but education is going to help! Here, da I and a little group of people, think that the education that will help is what we call "non-formal" education, so we are creating a "popular school" for the indigents, not to replace but to "fix" the bad (on purpose given) information they receive in official schools (the few of them that go to school). But that isn't the important, what I wanted to say is dat I agree on what you said, but I think education is the key, just like His Imperial Majesty taught me.
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