Wednesday, 15 January 2014

How we eat compared to the others (Oxfam dixit)

Oxfam has a new report explaining us how well people in different countries are eating.

In South America Venezuela is again at the bottom: even oil-less Bolivia is a little bit better off than Venezuela when it comes to food. The Oxfam people basically compared things such as "enough to eat", "availability of food", "quality of food" and "unhealthy diet". The land ruled by the military since 1999 particularly struggles with food availability. Of course, the Ministry of Truth will again say this is all a capitalist fib.

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