Inventory Economics: "Eau De Kenya" In The Price Schools

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    U. S. National Bureaucrats, and public schools teachers, now have billions. That is because, like the bureaurats and teachers, U. S. National Employers have no Inventory(?) This makes sense, to millions.

    Four-year drought pushes 23 million Africans to brink of starvation - Times Online

    Could it be that Kenyans have no inventory? Is Obama-Biden, or even Oslo, or Indiana University Political Science--sending in billions? There are no such reports--somehow, coincidentally, of people of color getting aid from these sources. Vice President Biden, himself: Headed West. Indiana remains in the Midwest. The little kids are in clover, at Sidwell Friends--learning pricey arts.

    Biden, anyone acknowledges, may have had a "leader," role model--if we listen to Senator Schumer. This would be someone, in fact, other that Mrs. Biden, Ph.d. Apparently, Kenyan heritage sends little kids to the pricey schools, and sends all the tax money to the schools down the street--if only to the people who work there, instead. Aid Workers, feast. This is economically, socially, and politically correct(?)

    This way, apparently people of Kenyan heritage don't have to pay any attention to any of the others.

    Somehow, in Oslo, this message was understood(?)!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (International Law and Justice, Just like in the Holy Land of so many religions: Happens!)
     
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    Harvard law school graduates apparently know best about America. Some "person" added the comment below, to the article cited above.

    In America, we have civil rights to be free from this kind of message. We even have lawyers to defend that right! And of course, we have the West Wing, clearly in support, of the laws.

    " kas wrote:
    @christine balstra, and whomever else thinks such ridiculous question are an arguement for not intervening

    A) If europeans had hadn't invaded, plundered and Raped the African nation during its early years Africa and Africans wouldn't be part of a shattered existance there are forced to live with because of the greed of europeans...a greed that that has further manifested itself and exist to this day (the credit crunch is proof of what the '1st world' is and always has been...self centered, greedy and inconsiderate of its effect on others)

    B) human life has worth, it's this type of thinking that will make the world a better place not the incredibly disturbing veiws of people like christine balstra

    C) I am African and the root of the problem is that your leaders seem to think that throwing money at african will make the sins of thier countries dissapear, the fact of the matter is that until world leaders realise that africa needs guidance and decide to do the right thing for once this situation will always exist.... facilities that you take for granted are a godsend for africans

    I could argue all day but its pointless, its just hurtful to see people blaming africa for what its become when your ancestors had no problem routing the country and leaving it for dead....the fact that china is the biggest investor in africa shows how little the world leaders really are committed to solving this problem."

    Apparently, American leaders need to be more careful about where they are throwing the money(?)! The Republicans have been saying this, too!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Sidwell Friends school, the teachers and the staff, there, and the parents with the money, paying the "freight," there--on their "Freedom Train:" Know the Truth of American Rights, if they are sane. Most likely, of course, they know fully well about China!)
     

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