Solving the problems of the world

Yet again, it has been left to the wealthiest and the most powerful in society to sort things out for the rest of us.

23rd June, 2012
'It is with great sadness that we must tell the world that we have confirmed that the nations of Switzerland, Norway, Uruguay, Chad and New Zealand are now developing weapons of mass destruction.'

Yet again, it has been left to the wealthiest and the most powerful in society to sort things out for the rest of us. Last week, the leaders of the world's top 20 richest - and therefore best - nations met in Mexico in order to solve the problems of the world.

And where were the poor and the weak while this summit was going on? Probably eating junk food and watching sport on telly. Or...

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