Saturday, 29 October 2011

Should wealthy nations be required to share their wealth among poorer nations by providing such things as food and education? Or is it the responsibility of the governments of poorer nations to look after their citizens themselves?

Everybody knows that the resources are not properly managed in the world. There are huge differences between rich and poor countries. Wealthy nations should be required to share their wealth among poorer nations because: we live in a global system which should be equilibrated, we are all human beings so we have to be unselfish and we have the moral responsibility to help other people.

Because we live in a global system, the unequal administration of resources may produce disequilibrium. The developed countries became more and more rich and the undeveloped countries became poorer. The undeveloped countries cannot afford a high standard system of education. Moreover, some countries are so poor that the people can't feed. These things cause dissatisfaction, frustration and revolt in poor countries.

Another reason why the rich countries should help the poor ones is because there is a moral responsibility. It is moral for people to manifest empathy, kindness and understanding.
We are all human beings and our meaning is to help each other.

As has been shown, the wealthy nations have a responsibility to help the poor nations. If this thing is done, the world's political system would be equilibrated, the undeveloped countries' children would have a better future and the world would be a better one.