Anti-hunger campaign 'If' launches with call for G8 to act in London




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Published on Jan 23, 2013

Thousands of people filled the courtyard at Somerset House for the campaign launch of the anti-hunger campaign 'If'. 3D projections saw Bill Gates and Colin Jackson illuminated on the walls as Lauren Laverne presented the launch.

Yes, politicians can make the world whole lot of differences.
If your country is rule by dictator and corrupt government, nothing going to change.

Honest I feel sad, in Asia, Africa and Mid-east. most rule by dictator and corrupt government. As long as their in power they don't give a shits. To the citizen.

Of cos in the white country ruler, They corrupt government and i dont see one of them as bad as the Asia, Africa and Mid-east ugliess. I don't have the answer, when this country Government for the country and not just for their pockets.
Those mentality will take a long time to change.

Culture cannot be change and tradition has to be tolerant. Individuare has all the right to choose. What they want and is their life. You has absolutes got no right for you to control and giving them punishment and forces marriages etc.

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