Two Articles On The Food Crisis, Corporate Fascism and Political Complicity

Global Food Supply Has Fallen Under The Control Of The Big Food Cartel

Food prices have rocketed over the past two decades, to the extent that even in nations like Britain and the USA poor people are having to rely on free food banks to stay properly nourished. How did the global food supply chain get in such a state. Well our dear chums The New World Oder are at the bottom of it. And then there are all the usual suspects, greedy banks and corporations, incompetent politicians, corrupt public servants and the Marxist idiots on the left who obstruct the doing of what needs to be done.

Has The Global Food Supply Fallen Under The Control Of The Big Food Cartel?
Faceless Corporations That Drive The Global Economy – In An Unhealthy Direction

Some of the most powerful corporations in the world, not the biggest in terms of turnover, profit or numbers of staff employed, but powrful in terms of the amount of control they exercise in global markets, are barely known outside their own industries. You should find out all you can about corporations that affect your life on a daily basis, from the food you eat to your underpants. Here is a good place to start.

Faceless Corporations That Drive The Global Economy

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One thought on “Two Articles On The Food Crisis, Corporate Fascism and Political Complicity

  1. .. but what TF can we do about it old son?
    Grow lettuce in our 3rd floor window flower boxes?
    Think we need thinking outside said box before it’s no frills baked beans on toast once a day for all.
    ( F*k that!)

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