8 March: latest news re – Global Extermination Project


Richard Moore

HEY, WAIT A MINUTE Corn Dog The ethanol subsidy is worse than you can
imagine. By Robert Bryce Posted Tuesday, July 19, 2005, at 8:12 AM ET For the
last generation, ethanol has been America's fuel of the future. But there has
never been more hype about it than there is today. Green-energy analysts like
Amory Lovins, environmental groups like the Natural Resources Defense Council,
neoconservatives like James Woolsey, and farm groups like the American
Coalition for Ethanol are all touting the biofuel. - Sat, Mar 8 2008 3:00 am

15 Feb -  Washington Post: biofuels exacerbate global warming
Clearing land to produce biofuels such as ethanol 
will do more to exacerbate global warming than 
using gasoline or other fossil fuels, two 
scientific studies show.

NY Times: crocodile tears re/world hunger
March 3, 2008 EDITORIAL Priced Out of the Market The world's food
situation is bleak, and shortsighted policies in the United States and other
wealthy countries Ð which are diverting crops to environmentally dubious
biofuels Ð bear much of the blame. - Sat, Mar 8 2008 3:00 am

26 Feb -  Financial Times: Food rationing on the way
"Food prices are rising on a mix of strong demand 
from developing countries; a rising global 
population; more frequent floods and droughts 
caused by climate change; and the biofuel 
industry's appetite for grains, analysts say."
- Notice how the main problem -- the biofuels 
market -- is downplayed as much as possible in 
this article.

26 Feb -  UN warns of food riots
Middle Class May Be Subject To Food Rations, Warns UN

Ethanol: The Global Poor Will Suffer the Worst
The Global Poor Will Suffer the Worst Ethanol Hangover HENRY I. MILLER |
  27 FEB 2008 WORLD POLITICS REVIEW EXCLUSIVE The headlong rush in many parts
of the world to replace oil with biofuels (ethanol and biodiesel) illustrates
how the best of intentions can run afoul of the law of unintended consequences.
  While positive effects have been elusive -- and, in fact, are unlikely with
current policies -- starvation and malnourishment are becoming worse among the
poorest of the poor. - Fri, Feb 29 2008 4:31 am

Soaring Food Prices Putting U.S. Emergency Aid in Peril
Soaring Food Prices Putting U.S. Emergency Aid in Peril Supplies and
Recipients Likely to Be Reduced By Anthony Faiola Washington Post Staff Writer
Saturday, March 1, 2008; A01 The U.S. government's humanitarian relief agency
will significantly scale back emergency food aid to some of the world's
poorest countries this year because of soaring global food prices, and the US.
  Agency for International Development is drafting plans to reduce the number
of recipient nations, the amount of food provided to them, or both, officials
at the agency said. - Sun, Mar 2 2008 12:28 am

African Holocaust (video)
African Holocaust (audio is out of synch) - Sun, Mar 2 2008 12:28 am

The Global Water Crisis
The Global Water Crisis And The Coming Battle For The Right To Water By
Maude Barlow 28 February, 2008 Fpif.org The following is an excerpt of Chapter
5 in Maude Barlow's latest book, Blue Covenant The Future of Water The three
water crises - dwindling freshwater supplies, inequitable access to water and
the corporate control of water - pose the greatest threat of our time to the
planet and to our survival. Together with impending climate change from fossil
fuel emissions, the water crises impose some life-or-death decisions on us all.
  Unless we collectively change our behavior, we are heading toward a world of
deepening conflict and potential wars over the dwindling supplies of
freshwater - between nations, between rich and poor, between the public and
the private interest, between rural and urban populations, and between the
competing needs of the natural world and industrialized humans. - Fri, Feb 29
2008 4:31 am

26 Feb -  Factory Farms May Be Exempted From Emission Rules


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