Last month, the UN performed a world wide poll. The question was: “Please give us your honest opinion for the solution of the food shortage in the rest of the world.”

As expected, the poll turned out to be a huge disaster. In Africa, the participants didn’t know what “food” is. In Eastern Europe they didn’t know what “honest” means. In Western Europe they didn’t understand the word “shortage”. The Chinese didn’t know what “opinion” means. The Middle East had to inquire what was meant by “solution”. South America didn’t understand “Please”. And in the USA, nobody know what “the rest of the world” is.