Tag Archives: starvation

Do you like to eat?

I am sure most people reading this commentary would agree, even if reluctantly. And even those people who don’t really like to eat do NOT seem to be able to drop this addiction. We humans are so weak and so … Continue reading

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More on starvation and famine: facets of collapse

Readers may have noted a bit of discussion online recently on TPOL concerning food supplies and the tactics of fearmongering we see and hear today. There is obviously a lot more to the situation that we can discussed in a … Continue reading

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Starvation and famine in our future?

To listen to and read many pundits, you might think so. Although I disagree, there are serious problems with the food supply around that world. Deutche Welle had an article a few months back, about the rise in food prices, … Continue reading

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Do we really need another example?

By Nathan Barton Venezuela is a beautiful land and full of good people, rich in natural resources, and once one of the success stories of Latin America. Today, it sounds like the South under Reconstruction, post-WW2 Germany or perhaps Biafra … Continue reading

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