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truebeliever
07-16-2005, 05:05 AM
Food.

Central to raising the level of living amongst 3rd world nations is allowing them into 1st world food markets.

This would mean that local food production in places like Europe, Japan and the United States would be essentially wiped out.

There would be some small scale wheat farming and thats about it in the U.S.

So exactly which country is going to wipe out it's local food production capacity?

Japan would have NO food production capacity at all except some fishing as it cannot compete with Australian grown rice.

What country is going to leave the day to day food requirements in the hands of foreign governments?

Therefore, globalization is a non event.

Unless...countries are ASSURED their food needs will be met. That will require an enforcer with a big stick to keep countries in line and keeping their end of the bargain.

Even so, i cannot see how ANY country would put it's day to day food requirements in the hands of a foreign power. Ever.

Dreak
07-16-2005, 08:11 AM
Central to raising the level of living amongst 3rd world nations is allowing them into 1st world food markets. This would mean that local food production in places like Europe, Japan and the United States would be essentially wiped out.

Why would food production be wiped out ?

I cant see a reason why US, EU would stop production of resources.

truebeliever
07-16-2005, 09:33 AM
The principals of free markets and unfettered trade is that the cheapest and "supposedly" best will win.

Therefore...neither Europe, U.S or Japan can compete with Africa or Australia...If their farmers cannot compete then they go out of business.

Simple.

07-16-2005, 10:12 AM
a few links about the goal of Monsanto, also a petition against them.
http://www.environmentalcommons.org/seedlawbackgrounder.html

http://www.mindfully.org/Farm/2004/Iraq-Patent-Law-CPA15oct04.htm

http://www.organicconsumers.org/monlink.html

Dreak
07-16-2005, 10:43 AM
I just went to the homepage of Monsanto..freaking scary !

Its just what we need is to bio/genenome everything right ?

Why hasnt Hemp been addressed with more research ?

Hemp has been paramount since ancient times for food, clothing, and health ( well untill recent times )

http://www.hemptrade.ca/

Its uses are vast and very friendly..

I know a little off topic here..but check it out.

07-16-2005, 11:24 AM
REMEMBER TUESDAYS ARE SOYLENT GREEN DAYS

Dreak
07-16-2005, 11:27 AM
hehehe..

That was a good movie :-D

but remember " A boy and his dog " will overcome 8-)

Minuteman
07-24-2005, 02:37 PM
TB
Food? We don't need no stinking food. We need less people anyway don't we. The depopulation adgenda anyone?

nohope187
07-24-2005, 06:07 PM
Minuteman wrote:
TB
Food? We don't need no stinking food. We need less people anyway don't we. The depopulation adgenda anyone?He's right, it's all about population control. 80 percent of the world is supposed to die off remember? :-P

Thumper
07-24-2005, 06:13 PM
truebeliever wrote:
The principals of free markets and unfettered trade is that the cheapest and "supposedly" best will win.

Therefore...neither Europe, U.S or Japan can compete with Africa or Australia...If their farmers cannot compete then they go out of business.

Simple.i thought africa was starving?? :-P

nohope187
07-24-2005, 06:19 PM
Africa is starving. the black militants killed off all the white farmers if not most of them. Mugabe is to thank for that.:-P

effnc
07-30-2005, 01:03 AM
Hi all
Anyone thought about the WTO and it's capability's to put pressure on any country in it's sights?

07-30-2005, 06:52 PM
truebeliever wrote:
Food.

Central to raising the level of living amongst 3rd world nations is allowing them into 1st world food markets.

This would mean that local food production in places like Europe, Japan and the United States would be essentially wiped out.

There would be some small scale wheat farming and thats about it in the U.S.

So exactly which country is going to wipe out it's local food production capacity?

Japan would have NO food production capacity at all except some fishing as it cannot compete with Australian grown rice.

What country is going to leave the day to day food requirements in the hands of foreign governments?

Therefore, globalization is a non event.

Unless...countries are ASSURED their food needs will be met. That will require an enforcer with a big stick to keep countries in line and keeping their end of the bargain.

Even so, i cannot see how ANY country would put it's day to day food requirements in the hands of a foreign power. Ever.


The first paragraph of this post makes absolutely zero sense.

The rest of the post follows along!!

07-30-2005, 06:54 PM
The NWO is GLOBALIZATION, but you say globalization will not come to pass so you are saying NWO will not be!!