Well for starters, you may have enough money to end world hunger for a day, but being
realistic, ending hunger doesn't happen that way.
To end world hunger, the first thing that needs to be done is to educate people about birth
control and apply money to education, medical, and pharmaceutical. Many poor countries
still today, do not have the appropriate schools and children go without needed education.
They grow up to have child after child after child after child, etc. Just think about it. Think
about one family that has ten children and each of those ten children have ten children and
so on. It becomes explosive and it doesn't take long for that to happen. So then you have
to figure out a way to feed all those people in a country in which there is little jobs, little
money, and little to no agriculture.
Thats what pisses me off about the people that going hunting for trophies. Like that 12
year old girl that killed a giraffe and other animals for no reason other than to say she
did. Animals need to survive because they have the right just like any other human
animal but also because they may become a much needed food source.
Bill Gates does belong to an elite class that automatically donates 20% of all his income
automatically to an organization that uses that money where needed for the poor and
Bottomline, in order to wipe out the hunger, we have to wipe out poverty. To wipe
out poverty once and for all, we need to educate, employ, and create food safety nets
like special irrigation systems, new farming techniques, and green houses, etc.
So personally, I think there is a lot more to it than just saying someone has enough
money to stamp out world hunger. It takes a lot of money but it takes more than
money and there has to be a continuation of a perfect cycle.