Reason #2: The Article Painted A Third World-Like Picture
The idea of survival in the third world is one that concerns many. We’ve all seen the commercials of hungry children that lead to us grabbing our wallets and picking up the phone to help.
While the authors didn’t specifically say that their children are starving, what they did say painted a picture of poverty that we don’t expect to see in the greatest economy in the world, the United States.
The authors talked about the non-Pebble economy resulting in split families due to lack of work. They outlined the struggles that people in their village face in the winter as a result of high energy costs.
Perhaps the most grim statment in the article surrounding the non-Pebble economy was:
It is watching some of our schools close while others teter on the fence due to declining enrollment.
In the great United States, we don’t expect to see realities like these, and when we do, we tend to want to help. In this particular case, the best way to help would likely be to start the Pebble Project development, which would be great news for NAK and its investors.
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