Does The United States Of America Care About The Poor?
A report said the reason why the United States of America supported Nigeria’s President, Good Luck Jonathan, in removing the fuel subsidy is not because they love Nigerians and their economy. According to the US government press release, it says fuel subsidy in Nigeria is very costly and has kept the prices abnormally low.”
I don’t know what is very costly in Nigeria’s fuel subsidy, except for their leaders’ extreme corruption in conjunction with the Western leaders.
- Their statistics show that average Nigerians live on two dollars a day. Still, Madam Hillary Clinton, the United States of America government representative, doesn’t see that as abnormally low for a nation with multiple resources, including oil.
- Given Nigerians, the visa lottery to come and live in their country, at the cost of American citizens, is not abnormally high for their country.
- Given their own citizens, unemployment is not abnormally high in their country.
- Given their citizens, Medicaid and Medicare are not abnormally high for the United States of America.
- Given many Churches, grants are not abnormally high for the United States of America.
- Subsidizing agricultural products is not abnormally high for the United States of America.
- Bailing their liquidated companies out of trouble is not abnormally high for the United States of America.
- Fighting a war that doesn’t concern them worldwide is not abnormally high for the United States of America.
The United States of America is preaching around the world that they wanted to help Africa to come out of poverty and oppression.
My question to the Secretary of State for the United States of America, Hillary Clinton, is this: How will poverty be eradicated in Nigeria? When you and your government are giving support to Nigerian politicians to continue destroying the citizens of Nigeria more? Think about that.
To The Nigerian Government, If You Rely On The United States Of America and Britain Without Caution, You Will Be Doomed Forever.