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When we say that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity we mean that we are all the same and we all have the same rights according to every little detail in life It means that every human being has to have the same opportunity in life example in getting a job education or attaining resources necesary for life The problem is that it doesnt go that way instead its the other way around Society divides the world in classes in which the higher classes get all the benefits while verry few people really mind the poor or lower classes This attitude has been there for a while since the early ages Since ages people have been up to abusing the less fortunate for their benefit This is a tactic that has lead the now huge powers ie United States to be the economic giants they are now and that made the 3rd world countrys what they are now There is basically no way to make everything just for everyone because the moment everything is equall for everyone which is the basis of comunism someone wants more and doesnt care whom heshe hurts when heshe does what they want to make their lives more comfortable than others and not mattering what happens to others Finally the only thing we can do to fix this problem is to start a hands-on approach to helping under-developed countrys to have a fresh debt-less economically stable and comercially developed start to help them make a great nation out of themselves Panama is also inside this category because the economy is truly decadent and the amount of poverty is exeding the necessary values to mantain a balance in society In all injustice could just be whjat keeps us alive and happy or the other way around So again we cant fix the problem but we can ameliorate it the best we can
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