From your comment about being detached from third world issues you sound like you have a first world privilege syndrome, which is something very prevalent in a lot of Reddit users. So you would fit well among Reddit. That's what I was insinuating.
My indifference to the thrid world is linked to my ignorance of the 3rd world, I don;t debate or pay any attention to a lot of the news related to those countries because I know nothing about them, sure I've seen North Korea on the TV but besides what the news tells us about them being bad I haven't really learn't anything about the place making it me hard to be interested in what happens there but it isn't within my understanding.
In other words I don't try to act educated about things I know nothing about.
I know there are kids in africa who are dying of disease and hunger, everyone knows this which is why we donate money to charity what we don't all know about are the others things that go on, I never knew that places like Sudan were at war with neighbouring countries because it never got any coverage here because it isn't relative to people like me who just live here in the UK.
I'm not trying to say that I am like this because I am a prick but I can't hold an opinion when I know so little about stuff.
I know North Korea is bad but I don't know how bad so I am indifferent to it, I'm sure back in the 1940's there were people in Germany who thought Hitler was wrong but didn't take action because what was happening to the jews didn't concern them, in other words they were indifferent, they were not fighting for or against anyone, maybe they just didn't care.
Anyway all that is irrelevant to the actual topic but I will say that as far as Reddit is concerned a lot of people told me the place was very right wing, I always thought myself as liberal or in the middle of the political compass.