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Global Warming Fraud Creates Third World Food Crisis May 15, 2011

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Global Warming Fraud Creates Third World Food Crisis

by John O’Sullivan
Climate Change Dispatch, May 12 2011

How saving the planet causes famine: the climate crisis melts away but global food shortage is legacy of the foolish rush to biofuels.

Evidence for dangerous, human-caused global warming was always slim, now it lies cruelly exposed both by a cruel blowback and it’s not just coming from within the science.

A far more devastating catastrophe is unfolding and it is entirely the product of the mad rush to biofuels: third world famine. Today a whopping 6.5 percent of the world’s grain has been stripped from the global food supply. That’s the kind of catastrophic cut in food supply that triggers a tipping point so that Third World hunger explodes into mass starvation. Why did it happen?

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1. karin1941 - May 15, 2011

Biofuels are immoral and foolish! Flourescent light bulbs filled with mercury are just plain stupid – as are so many of the needless CO2 mitigation schemes!

2. Oliver K. Manuel - May 16, 2011

“Why did it happen?”

That is indeed the $64-Thousand-Dollar question !

Why did those who claimed to want to save the world create so much havoc?

I do not know the answer, but I know that diverse segments of the public – from unemployed university graduate to little old ladies playing bridge – are asking the same question.

What is happening to the world and its economy ?!X!?

Thanks for the message, John, and thanks for being a beacon of sanity.

With kind regards,
Oliver K. Manuel
Former NASA Principal
Investigator for Apollo

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