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Go to Bangkok and you’ll see people living that way and right next to railway tracks Irish by blood american by birth patriot by choice shirt with a modern city backdrop and with the present military government cleaning up the street venders with their only source of income, it can only get worse
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After traveling several countries on 4 continents, yes there are places like this hell hole with cities next door. Many countries have a great divide between upper class and lower class. Many countries exploit the lower class for menial labor and minuscule wages, poor housing, restricted food, 1 or no days off, Irish by blood american by birth patriot by choice shirt water rationing. For the countries trying to make money on tourism, they work hard to hide such atrocities from the tourists. Yet their leaders seek funds from the USA and the UN, pretending to be trying to improve such horrendous conditions. Change is never really observed. Seeing homeless in American cities is hard, but seeing thousands of desperate starving people huddled with no hope is difficult to comprehend.
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but it’s the same picture in the real world people do live in shacks while others just get richer with no care for the less fortunate .who by no fault of there own just have to survive but they are no lesser person than those who live in the background Probably real. I used to live in South Africa, was there for a year. Ask any South African about the shanti towns. They have malls and cities and cars and airports and businesses right next to this shit. This could very much be cape towb I have seen people living like this in Mumbi India surrounded by tall buildings. I have seen worse conditions, families living on the sidewalk in front of walled hotels with no shelter of any kind.