You really have no idea how some of these people have to live and what they actually get paid do you. I lived in Asia for a year and to see what it truly is like out there you would not be sitting on such a high horse right now. It is easy to theorise and judge from the comforts of your own home in front of a computer monitor. Take Indonesia for example, people get paid around £1.50 a day and that is not your regular 8 hour working day with all the luxuries, that is more akin to 16 hours of brutal labour. Your statement here is false, I stated that most people in those countries did not expect anyone to foot the bill for them, there are people out there that do, but there is a huge difference between expectancy to pay and being afforded the opportunity to purchase in the first place. It is not those people's fault that their economy is nowhere near as strong as ours, maybe we are to blame because of the constant demands on manufacturers for cheaper goods and items. A case of first world countries keeping third world countries, just because we want to pay less.