Thing more important than Japan's diaster
June 27 2011
Sorry about this unrelated news with Notepad++:
It's a horrible reality, but we have to admit: the humain lives have not the same value. It's not reasonable that 5000 Japanese lives are superior than 16000 children's lives per day.
The events such 911 or Japan earthquake get the intense attention whereas the more important events such as the issue of famine in Africa or Darfur conflict are ignored consciently by the world.
In theory, the human life should have the same value. In the real world, only the people's lives in the rich countries have been considered. It is totaly shameful.
Could we stop focusing on Japan's diaster and face to the problems more important in Africa?