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You should have been thinking first...

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Submitted by Sab (United Kingdom), Jan 12, 2018 at 07:44

If you are talking about "educating others", here are some pointers that you should consider:

1.) America however considered to be a rich country and therefore is very attractive to many around the globe, but a hell of a lot of people are incredibly fed up with what the USA represents, i.e.: hypocrisy, arrogance, extreme narcissism and "everything is always and all about money

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