By Tara Lohan
A new book called Deep Green Resistance, by Aric McBay, Lierre Keith and Derrick Jensen, says that we likely won’t have enough people interested in saving the planet before we run out of time. So, they’re calling for a change in strategy.
Posted in Environment, Films & Books, pollution
Tagged aric mcbay, deep green resistance, derrick jensen, extinctions, globalization, lierre keith, pollution, resistance, Violence
Wall Street, BP, Bio-Ethanol and the Death of Millions
Our planet has everything we need to produce nutritious natural food to feed the entire world population many times over. Yet, we face a decade or more of famine on a global scale because key forces and interest groups have decided to artificially create a scarcity of nutritious food, writes F. William Engdahl.
By F. William Engdahl
My late grandfather, a man of sturdy Norwegian-American farm stock, who later became a newspaper editor and political activist during the First World War, used to say, ‘A man can get used to pretty much anything with time, except dying…and even that with some practice.’ Well, as fate has it, it seems we, the vast majority of the human race, are about to test that adage in regard to the availability of our daily bread itself.
Posted in Biotechnology, CorpoGov
Tagged ADM, banksters, Barclays, bunge, cargill, CFTC, Chase Manhattan, Citibank, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Commodity Modernization Act of 2000, Common Agriculture Policy, Continental Grain, derivatives, famine, food bubble, GATT, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, globalization, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, industrialization, JP Morgan, lehman bros, manufactured food scarcity, subprime scam, Uruguay Round, wall street