I think I have come to realize that it’s not really poverty that drives people bananas. It’s really a sense of injustice. There’s a lot of poor people around the world, but when you repress the right of people to speak, when people fear that they are not being justly treated — and you see a lot of that in the Middle East, you see a lot of that in the Muslim world — I think people are getting it both ways. They are getting it from their government when they feel that they are repressed by their government — they are not allowed to have the right to live in freedom and dignity — and they are getting it from the outside world when they feel that the outside world is not fairly treating them. They wake up in the morning, and they see people dying in Iraq and Afghanistan, in the Palestinian territories. The sense of injustice, the sense of humiliation is very much there.