I don't really get the message of this spoof.
Yes, Norway is cold. It is dangerously cold as is Canada. We need natural gas piped in to our homes, businesses, and structures or else we will die.
This was done by people. Nations, gov'ts, citizens, and PEOPLE.
Much of Africa need not worry about heat, but they DO need to worry about clean water, and proper agricultural practices. Countries such as Norway
and Canada have undertook initiatives to provide infrastructure for its citizens through hard work, political stability, economic prosperity, etc.
etc. WITH a much lower population base as many African nations may I add.
What are the people of Africa, it's community leaders, gov'ts, and nations as a whole doing to rectify this? This is the question. Information is
out there to undertake these initiatives. Get started. Money is just an illusion as a means for services and goods traded. The people of Africa
need to band together to create a better life for themselves. Start building, and THEN maintaining infrastructure.
Throwing money at problems doesn't solve anything. Many Indian Reserves (where I'm from) get lots of gov't $$ to build new housing, hockey rinks,
schools, hospitals, etc. But just a few short years later the houses are destroyed, services and buildings neglected, and then the community leaders
look to the gov't to give more money for new houses when their previous ones were built only 15 years ago.
If it's not earned it's not appreciated. The community (nation?, continent?) needs to do this on their own so generations after will appreciate
what they have worked for and not be so quick to fight over scant resources (in civil wars) but to band together to protect and maintain them.