• September 13, 2021

How the world is being overrun by pandemic – Part II

The world is about to be overrun by the pandemic, but it is not a great time for most of us.

The world, we are told, is becoming more crowded and the roads are congested.

What we are not told is that it is all a huge misunderstanding.

The world has been crowded and congested for a while now, and the situation is even worse now.

The UN is warning that there are at least 300 million people living in “uncontrolled, dangerous and overcrowded areas” around the world.

There are no real roads, no real food supplies, no sanitation, no decent education, no hospitals.

This is not because we have not taken any action to address the problem of poverty.

This problem has been the focus of many policy decisions for decades.

It is the reason why we have been struggling to feed the hungry.

But the UN has made it clear that the solution to this problem lies in the development of a universal basic income.

This would provide every person living in the world with a minimum income.

It would be paid to everyone regardless of where they work or how long they have been working.

It would be a huge step towards ending the world’s current extreme poverty.

The idea is not new.

The US is already testing the idea in a pilot project in a remote rural community.

It has already shown the results.

It is an idea that has been put forward by some of the world of science, technology, medicine, and finance.

But how will this scheme work?

What does it mean for everyone, and for who will receive the cash?

It will not mean a big cash transfer for everyone.

The basic income would not be enough to ensure that everyone gets their share.

People would need to find a way to earn their way out of poverty through a combination of means, work, education, and volunteerism.

This could be through work that pays less than the basic wage.

It could also be through giving the cash to people who are already living below the poverty line.

The fact that we know of so many other poverty-stricken communities around the globe is proof that this can be done.

But it will not be easy.

The basic income is not the solution.

It will not address the root causes of poverty that the UN and the World Bank have identified.

The problem is not that poverty exists.

Poverty exists for a reason.

People need to be paid.

But poverty cannot be solved without addressing the root cause.

The solution lies in better, more integrated solutions to the root issues that the world faces.

What are the problems we are facing in the developed world?

There are two major problems.

The first is a huge debt that the developed countries are carrying.

The debt is the result of governments and businesses spending too much on infrastructure, on research, and on investment.

It also reflects a failure to provide people with basic goods and services.

The second problem is a lack of demand.

The developed countries have been building more infrastructure than they need.

This means that the money needed to make the infrastructure works is being wasted on things like roads, railways, and factories.

The result is that people can’t get the basic goods that are necessary for survival.

The debt of the developed nations is a problem.

The governments need to reduce it.

But this is going to be hard.

The international community will have to help the developing world to reduce its debt.

This will mean cutting spending, raising taxes, and reducing the spending of those in the middle class.

The countries of the middle and lower classes will also have to take responsibility for their own growth.

The developed world is also the source of much of the global warming that is threatening the planet.

We can only solve the problem by making sure that we invest in energy and water and other essential technologies.

We need to put more money into solar and wind power and nuclear power.

But these technologies will not come cheap.

We will have much more to spend if we are to make a dent in the climate problem.

The second problem in the developing countries is a large, growing middle class, which is the real source of their growing wealth.

The middle class is a very different form of the poor.

It consists of people who have seen their income increase over the last two decades and who now live in cities.

This middle class has been able to accumulate a lot of wealth over the years, which has helped them build big houses and expensive cars.

In many cases, they are also able to retire early.

But we are still talking about a relatively small portion of the population.

The poor of the developing nations are still living in poverty.

But their wealth is being put to work.

This large middle class needs to be brought into the economy so that people who do not have a lot to spend can get the most out of it.

The middle class in the countries of this world needs to take charge of their own destiny.

We are not doing enough for them.

It means that they have to be educated and supported to