Kunal Shah

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Kunal Shah
Posted about 1 year ago
Do you think Canada, The United States, and Mexico, will have to form an EU like union to remain competitive in the world market?
John Paul Jackson (Christian prophet) did tell us that in the future N America shall create its own currency and it shall be similar to the EU as a zone. So if I were to go by anything he says the answer is yes. If interested do hear of his prophecies on you tube. Not only that but the region is going to be in deep trouble in the future, nevertheless it is a phase that western nations must go through. He talks of economic collapse and the influence of China and the Middle East.
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Kunal Shah
Posted over 1 year ago
Should we force democracy?
There is no real democracy, here I am in Toronto. The people are always misled in to believing different things. The govt has purposely not developed the mathematical side of their curriculum so that students never learn how to manage money! and the list is very long. Politics shall always be about mis leading the people in to thinking they have the power when they really don't have that.
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Kunal Shah
Posted over 1 year ago
We are the youth of Pushtu family, Khan family, and we want change.
Please by all means do go ahead with your wonderful plans, there are too many of us who wish to change the world, we start small with our ideas and start being a role model to all. in your plans please do include the unity of the people and the removal of tribes too. Pakistan must change no matter what.
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Kunal Shah
Posted over 1 year ago
Uniting Korea
You are right, but even then think about the possibility of a nuke war, chemical warfare, biological warfare... remember agent orange for Vietnam. I just hope that both N Korea and the South understand being human and change the course of everything.
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Kunal Shah
Posted over 1 year ago
Uniting Korea
when the cold war was going on, The USSR turned N Korea in to a communist country, to counter balance any attack from N Korea, the Americans decided to influence and develop S Korea so that they can defend the US, so to really see what is going on is that the 2 enemy sides have influenced leaders of the 2 Koreas that they should continue counter balancing the world power in this manner. In any real outbreak of war it is natural from the North and the S Korea to destroy one another, while the bigger powers continue using other countries to defend themselves..... Apparently the world is and will always be split by the super power and the rising superpower at all times. Unless the leaders of the 2 Koreas realize this they shall never change. Both the countries are decoys for the 2 super powers.
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Kunal Shah
Posted over 1 year ago
Can first world countries spend their overseas aid budgets more effectively?
If the country seeking aid is really making an effort then it might be worth sending in monetary and other forms of aid, if they are not making any progress then it is time to stop. The US has sent in over 2 trillion dollars till date over the past 50 years to different african countries, many of them have not really developed and the money has all gone in vain.
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Kunal Shah
Posted over 1 year ago
Can first world countries spend their overseas aid budgets more effectively?
I was born and brought up in Kenya, yes aid is generally never effective, in most cases aid is a way of ruining countries and stealing funds. So far till date the 2 trillion dollars poured in has made little difference. The trick here is to let the poor just be, they shall come up with their own methods to come out of it. Think of the many ways in which this has happened, it also allows for the poor to evolve, this is where the idea of persistent and diligent work can turn the poor around to middle income earners. Let the aid pouring nations figure this out, I mean they can figure out how to send men on to the moon then why can't they figure out why aid doesn't work??
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Kunal Shah
Posted over 1 year ago
What is the most important thing you've learned on your own?
1. After experiencing racism from people who did not know any better, I learnt to stop being racist and start treating people the way I wanted to be treated. 2. I've become more forgiving and learnt that not holding on to past feelings is the best way to heal ones self. Everyone's bound to their own circumstances, those that act 'wrongly' do so cause they know no better (karma). 3. After experiencing healing through the angels, I have become a strong supporter of helping others heal too. We all do need external help as science is limited to the evolution of the human mind.
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Kunal Shah
Posted over 1 year ago
Afra Raymond: Three myths about corruption
Every generation gets better when it comes to corruption. Our current generation is totally against it. I am sure when we reach the right age to join politics we shall make sure that everything turns around and we stop being corrupt. Not only that but we shall be behind those who shall solve many problems.
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Kunal Shah
Posted over 1 year ago
"Why Can't We Solve Big Problems?"
I admire your willingness to address the areas that have been largely ignored such as hunger, poverty, malaria, climate change, cancer, and the diseases of old age, have come to seem intractably hard. Hunger and poverty can be changed easily, its just that there is no political will. I am an Indian who was born in Kenya, and I noticed that the Israelis helped us learn farming in the desert and they did also set up a farm for the hungry and poor too. Once it was handed over to those who it was created for, the minister who was in charge of the area simply stole the money it was generating thereby destroying the farm. The leaders prefer the hungry stay hungry and poor so that they can attract donor aid that they simply steal and stash in Swiss bank accounts. The poor are used as bait to attract money and assistance that does not go to those who need it, last time the food purchased to feed the hungry was sold in the local markets and the starving and hungry simply died. Malaria can be solved using quinine, and there are many other methods to work it out. Climate change too can be worked upon, offering to re-afforest some countries shall work out well, in Kenya we only have 2-3% forest cover instead of having a 35% forest cover, making deals with foreign governments so as to be allowed to plant trees and maintain the forests. Cancer and old age diseases - might be a game for the pharmaceutical companies to make money with, imagine if the world were to be disease free or even a reduction of diseases by up to 30% itself would mean a huge reduction of profits, jobs, revenue... for the economy overall. So to reiterate the issues discussed it is the lack of political will to solve the most pressing problems. The solutions have existed but addressing them has not been the motive of many countries and society, I'm sure more than 80% of the worlds population would like to have a better world.