The World Food Crisis
Rolf A. F. Witzsche - April 2, 2008



The war of empire against mankind is a creeping war, a sometimes silent, a war that is also sometimes raging with terror and violence, but regardless of its many faces it is always genocidal in its objectives. The goal has been stated variously, to eliminate up to five billion people in to to create an impotent and weak world, compliant to the rule of empire as in the golden age of feudalism. Food, of the elimination of food, has been chosen as one of the weapons that can eradicate five-thousand million people almost silently without even raising the spectre of war. It is done by 'burning' food in vast quantities as biofuels, creating artificial scarcity, which is then used as an excuse for doubling and tripling the food price, forcing the poor countries that have been coerced to sacrifice their food-self-sufficiency at the feet of the globalized market, to die of starvation. The war of empire against mankind is a crime against humanity. But then, war has always been that.

The following is a collection of recent articles on the subject.

 

LaRouche's 1988 Offer To Moscow on Food Crisis

'Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread'

British Bake Up World Famine  

Philippines President Arroyo Crash Rice Development Program

"A Crime Against Humanity"

Wheat Stem Rust Hits Eurasian Food Security

Lay Biofuel Death Toll at Gore's Door

Worldwide Hunger Catastrophe!

World Grain Markets Not Functioning

Showdown Set for June FAO Food Summit, Over Gorey Policy to "Let Them Starve"

Humanity is in Mortal Danger! 
Instead of Wars of Starvation, Let Us Double Food Production 

What Happens If You Cancel Biofuels Tomorrow? - food for 33 million people

 

From the archives of history

Then (India) and Now, British Imperial Policy Means Famine

Henry Carey: The British in India - Slvery and Famine

 

 
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