Perhaps the Idea is to Reduce Man-Made Global Warming by Killing People

Posted by PITHOCRATES - December 10th, 2011

Week in Review

It’s a pity we can’t eat oil.  For that would at least be a decent trade-off.  Food for energy (see Food prices likely to remain high as corn supply lags by Christopher Leonard, Associated Press, posted 12/9/2011 on USA TODAY).

The Department of Agriculture estimated Friday that farmers will have 848 million bushels of corn on hand at the end of next summer. That’s up less than 1 percent from last month’s forecast.

Next year’s surplus would satisfy demand for fewer than 25 days. A 30-day supply is considered healthy.

Higher corn prices have pushed overall food inflation up this year. Corn is an ingredient in everything from animal feed to cereal to soft drinks. The USDA expects food prices to have increased 4.5% in 2011. They estimate prices will rise as much as 3.5% next year…

The surplus is at historically low levels because of increased demand from ethanol makers and also from livestock producers.

Instead of drilling for oil the Obama administrations wants us to use food for energy.  Thus increasing food prices.  And possibly creating food shortages.  All to save the planet from man-made global warming.  Which Climategate 1 and Climategate 2 (hacked emails from the University of East Anglia discussing the manipulation of data for political purposes) have proven to be a man-made lie.  And yet here we are.  Using food for energy.

Perhaps the idea is to reduce man-made global warming by killing people.  For if we starve to death we can’t warm the planet, can we?


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