"...According to the Zimbabwean finance minister, Tendai Biti, four years after the military took over the diamond fields, the national treasury has received not one penny of royalties from the sale of Marange diamonds. Zimbabwe’s military and political elite has appropriated the diamond field’s immense wealth for itself, with no benefits for the millions of desperately poor Zimbabweans who need the kind of services that the country has the resources to provide.Read More
This is not, of course, the first time that the discovery of resources in an undeveloped country has led to riches for a few rather than greater prosperity for all. Teodoro Obiang, the dictator of tiny, oil-rich Equatorial Guinea, has an official salary of $60,000, but owns six private jets and a $35 million house in Malibu,..."
Have a look your finger! Wow your filigreeing glittering diamond ring that is made from children hunger, think about it when you have perfumed champing glass in your fingers and eyeballing at your lover’s eyes, that is hungry children’s teardrops and people’s agonies. Buy all means buy them that way business is usual but, HOW the individual resources rich countries establish their political stability? that is priority and that is most challenge questions. Perhaps we need “organic diamond ring made from bloodless love!