posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 02:20 PM
reply to post by fleabit
that's a very shortsighted view, imho.
scarcity means higher margin. why do you think ivory hunters are killing their prey? to deny the resoruce to their competitors. to maximize
production, you'd have to maximize the population of elephants and rhinos, then gather the remains, tusks don't rot very quickly, you know?
same here, the market's 'laws' aren't rosy fairy tale innuendo, the stark reality is that it's war in disguise. just my opinion of course.
if the farmer is unable to obtain seeds he'll be unable to feed himself, this is already happening in India, for example
The GM genocide: Thousands of Indian farmers are committing suicide after using genetically
dead or displaced farmers mean more land for agricultural corporations. corporate control of the food supply - search this board for 'Codex
Alimentarius' for a change. it's a land grab, pure and simple, we all know how these worked out in the early USSR, don't we?
Famine is a real threat and no amount of denying will fill your belly if and when it hits. GMOs have been instrumental and noone in the Media ever
mentioned the desasters in Argentina, India, Mexico, the EMS scandal of 1989
all the lobbying going on to push GM crops on us and negative test results or even yield statistics out of the public domain. they are complicit, but
we already knew that, didn't we?
it's War, don't be fooled.
[edit on 2009.3.5 by Long Lance]