Food Wars

Over 90% of USA’s ‘staple crops’ now GMO – the killers of the ‘New Frontier’

Saturday, August 23, 2014
By Paul Martin

by: S. D. Wells NaturalNews.com Saturday, August 23, 2014 According to the United States Department of Agriculture, genetic engineering of US corn, beets and soy has increased from 65 percent in 2006 to a shocking 90 percent in 2013. Why do so many countries around the world outright reject GMOs when America is forcing... »

MILLIONS OF AMERICANS ARE VULNERABLE TO STARVATION

Friday, August 22, 2014
By Paul Martin

by Dave Hodges TheCommonSenseShow.com Aug. 22, 2014 The cost of food has been steadily increasing in places like Thailand and Venezuela as evidenced by the fact that since the beginning of 2014, riots are occurring in countries that are suffering through extreme food shortages. These mass protests movements may all have one thing in... »

Africa tightens Ebola travel curbs as affected countries face food shortages

Friday, August 22, 2014
By Paul Martin

FoxNews.com August 22, 2014 African countries tightened travel curbs on Thursday in an effort to contain the Ebola outbreak, ignoring World Health Organization warnings that such measures could heighten shortages of food and basic supplies in affected areas. In the West Point slum in Liberia’s capital Monrovia, the scene of violent clashes with the... »

Mandatory Fingerprinting In Venezuelan Supermarkets

Friday, August 22, 2014
By Paul Martin

RINF.com Aug. 22, 2014 Today the BBC reported that Venezuela’s president Nicolas Maduro plans to introduce a mandatory fingerprinting system in supermarkets across the country, as part of an effort to prevent food shortages and smuggling. In a televised address on Wednesday, Maduro said: “We are creating a biometric system … to function in... »

X22Report: U.S. Preparing To Bomb Syria, FAA Shuts down Airspace To American Planes

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
By Paul Martin

Spain’s and the EU recovery dissipates into ashes. Food prices are up and computer prices are down, no inflation? Housing permits surge in July and Home Depot reports improved earnings, housing recovery on track or is it? FAA restriction are extended to Aug 25, meanwhile the protesters and the police continue to clash. More... »

California’s Economic Collision Course: Immigration and Water

Tuesday, August 19, 2014
By Paul Martin

Thomas DelBeccaro Forbes.com 8/19/2014 You have heard it before: “As California goes, so goes the nation.” If that is the case, the national economy will be harmed for decades to come because of California’s misplaced priorities today. Indeed, by emphasizing high-speed rail over water and failing to deal with its debt crisis, California poses... »

Hunger In America: 1 In 7 Rely On Food Banks…(Wait Till The FB’s Run Out!!)

Tuesday, August 19, 2014
By Paul Martin

Natalie Diblasio Wealthydebates.com Aug. 19, 2014 When Mary Smallenburg, 35, of Fort Belvoir, Va., opened a package from her mother to find cereal and ramen noodles, she burst into tears. Without it, she wouldn’t be able to feed her four children. “It got to the point where I opened my pantry and there was... »

Overused fungicides give rise to deadly, resistant fungus threatening humans and crops

Tuesday, August 19, 2014
By Paul Martin

by: Julie Wilson NaturalNews.com Tuesday, August 19, 2014 Nature always finds a way. Despite the advanced technology that humans possess, nature always seems to be one step ahead. This is particularly true for drug-resistant fungi, a phenomenon threatening enough to demand further research. Four years ago, Dutch researchers were the first to link the... »

African Ebola outbreak like ‘wartime’, food shortages threaten

Friday, August 15, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Stephanie Nebehay and and Clair MacDougall Reuters.com Fri Aug 15, 2014 The Ebola epidemic in West Africa has created a “wartime” situation, including the threat of food shortages, and could take six months to bring under control, medical charity MSF and the Liberian government said on Friday. With global alarm rising over the... »

Brazil’s Biggest City Faces Rationing Amid Drought

Thursday, August 14, 2014
By Paul Martin

By ADRIANA GOMEZ LICON ABCNews.com Aug 13, 2014 Brazil’s biggest city is running out of water and options. The worst drought to hit the Sao Paulo region in 84 years is forcing local authorities for the second time in a year to put water pumps below the gates of the main reservoir, where the... »

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