"The world does not make sense, nothing makes sense anymore. While I was trying to make sense of the sudden rush of kindness from the G8, I stumbled on the following notable quotes;

'I am sure that there must be sound economic reasons - and purpose - for these snapshots of the world we live in. The list is longer than just these dozen (+1)facts, and I am still trying to figure out a rationale why these happen.

The World Bank praised the privatization of public health in Zambia: 'It is a model for the rest of Africa. There are no more waiting lines at hospitals.' The Zambian Post daily completes the idea: 'There are no more waiting lines at hospitals because now people die at home.'

The annual market value of the world's water supplies is estimated at about US 1 trillion dollars. In the year 2000, for example, 12 countries received IMF loans - negotiated under the new Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility - on the condition that they privatize their water services. Eight of these were in sub-Saharan Africa.

I hope that one day I - and you - will be able to understand these, and make sense out of these kind of things happening around us. Till then, we will continue to live in this topsy-turvy world.

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