Food prices are inflating

While the warmists rant about carbon and the Church of Scienceology Cult rave about climate science. there are three real and immediate problems facing us that nobody is talking about. These are overpopulation, water shortage and food price inflation. This article deals with food prices, links at the bottom lead to our posts on population and water scarcity.
Soaring wheat and other commodity costs on world markets have pushed up UK wholesale food prices at the fastest rate in two years, official figures revealed today.

Prices for foods produced in the UK were 9.8% higher last month than a year ago. This is the biggest annual increase since October 2008 figures compiled by the Office for National Statistics reported. Imported food prices climbed 4.5% on the year, the fastest rate since

Again Little Nicky Maciavelli and The Daily Stirrer was first to warn you of this. Hope you stocked up with baked beans, tinned soup and SPAM.

While the warmists rant about carbon and the Church of Scienceology Cult rave about climate science. there are three real and immediate problems facing us that nobody is talking about. These are overpopulation, water shortage and food price inflation. The article linked below deals with food prices, furtherb links at the bottom lead to Daily Stirrer posts on population and water scarcity.
The Growing Problem Of Rising Food Prices (politics)

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6 thoughts on “Food prices are inflating

  1. Couldn’t agree more. Virtually all of the world’s problems are due to overpopulation; too many people using too many resources, eating too much food, drinking too much clean water, using too much land, fishing too much of the sea, using too much petrol, huntign too many animals, destroying too much forest….and continuing to breed at a rate that will lead to starvation on a massive scale within a few years.
    For all our supposed intelligence, there are few other species with such kamikaze tendencies.
    “Contaminate your bed and you will one day suffocate in your own waste.” CHIEF SEATTLE

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    1. I was surprised recently to learn the population of Bangla Desh a country with a smaller land area than England has 165 million people (and a third of them want to come and live here) That is up by 30% in the past twenty years.

      It is an unsupportable level of population for a small country with few resources.

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  2. In the light of this issue, it is infuriating to consider how much good eatable food is thrown away by the developed world – the statistics are alrming! This is partly down to unrealistic ‘use-by-dates’ but mostly down to stupidity. Let’s hope that one benefit of financial tightening will be a re-assessment of such wastage.

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    1. That’s absolutely right. But how many jobs would we lose from the developed economies if we started shopping and cooking like our dear old Mums used to do, buying as much as they needed in the local shops and wasting nothing.

      The complexities of trying to unravel the mess we are in make the task impossible without a lot of social pain.

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  3. Your prices in England are out of hand. To give you a comparison: 2 medium prime fillet steaks at Waitrose (not the cheapest, I’ll agree), cost about 8 to 10 pounds (75 to 95 Egyptian pounds). My butcher will give me a whole fillet(trimmed of fat) at about 2 kg for 150 Le (Gbp 14). UK prices are ridiculous: Even your Tesco cut price beer is more expensive than ours!
    I’d die for a tin of Spam though–love it!

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