"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..."
When greedheads engineer mass starvation to enhance their profits, it's long past time for heads to roll.
William Engdahl is the author of Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation and A Century of War: Anglo-American Oil Politics and the New World Order.
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Next week's guests include Alan Sabrosky, the ex-Director of Studies at the U.S. Army War College who says Israel did 9/11 and has a new series of articles out, and peak-oil rabble-rouser James Kunstler, author of The Long Emergency and two novels based on that book's a-post-fossil-fuel-world-is-coming-sooner-than-you-think premise. (Check out Kunstler's books here.)
Labels: a century of war, alan sabrosky, food shortages, gmo foods, Kevin Barrett, kunstler, life without food, seeds of destruction, william engdahl