The Truth About Africa
If there’s anything I’ve learned in life, it’s that people want the truth (for the most part, unless it’s about his/her weight or something). There was a study executed by the U.S. Department of Self-Confidence that said; 52 percent of people prefer to not be lied to, 20 percent of people prefer to be lied to in order to escape reality, 11 percent of people are undecided because it “depends on the situation” and the remaining 17 percent said that if they prefer to not be lied to, then they would just be hypocrites. I hate to see the populace suffer any longer. Therefore, I have decided to stand-up for what’s right and take the initiative to reveal what truly lies in Africa (no pun intended).
This has been bothering me for quite a while, and I’ve decided to get this “thing” off my chest because what’s better than a clear conscious? I won’t have to carry this burden anymore, you’ll have to (I would put a smiley face right there but I feel like it would be unprofessional, nobody listens to people who put smiley faces in/on anything). Without any further adieu, I would like to spill my heart out and tell you the truth about Africa.
Yes, there is a small malnutrition/starvation problem in Africa, but you know why? I would highly doubt it. I am fully aware of this problem’s cause. It’s because everybody in Africa is investing in weaponry. You have the Somalian pirates, revolting militias, and stupid/smart governments. What the African people have learned from experience is this; if you cut off food supply you get more money. They don’t have to spend money on food anymore, therefore they can buy more weapons and invest in a larger stockpile of nuclear bombs. In addition, they are not spending money remodeling their houses and repaving their streets, they then have more money for weaponry. Since many countries outside of Africa have pity on the Africans and believe they are in “poverty,” they also have funds from hundreds of charity organizations who are not really giving money to feed Africans in a food way, but instead feed them in a NUCLEAR WEAPON way.
There, I said it. I told you the truth. This is a call to arms. Now fix it because I’m just a college student. World War III is eminent (starting with Africa, not the Middle-East).