Monday, 10 August 2009

A LOOMING FOOD SHORTAGE

A report today by the government agency DEFRA warns of future food shortages because of rising population and global warming.

While I like many others who have had the benefit of science training doubt the latter I have no doubt that food shortages will be severe in the future.


Populations all over the world and especially in the Arab countries are rising rapidly. They inhabit desert regions where not much can be grown.
They also control much of the world's oil which is essential for modern life and especially agriculture.
So in the future because of oil scarcity and consequent price rises the Arabs will have the funds to buy any food available.


We on the other hand have squandered our oil reserves, destroyed our industry and depend for our income on the City of London which has lost £billions. Also we can not feed ourself now and what food we do grow is dependent on inputs of fuel and oil based fertilisers. Without these last two production would drop by at least 50%. and we won't have the money to buy food.

Now the government in its wisdom reacts by saying that immigration to our island, already unable to feed itself is a good thing and anticipates a population growth of 10 million over the next thirty years.
This increase will require more building and therefore loss of agricultural land.

SO HOW WILL WE FEED OURSELVES? WE WONT BE ABLE TO.

But still the immigrants are encouraged to come in against the wishes of the people.

WE ARE RULED BY MADMEN AND WE WILL PAY THE PRICE FOR THEIR STUPIDITY.

BUT IF WE DO WE WILL MAKE SURE THEY PAY AS WELL.

2 comments:

Anti-gag said...

Preston member Tony Bamber has been charged with "incitement to commit religious hatred" after printing and distributing leaflets claiming that the heroin trade is largely controlled by Muslims.

The truth is no longer a defence, which means it can now be a crime to tell the truth.

I have only one thing to say about this: "well done Tony Bamber".

Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

Lanky Patriot said...

So have I and good luck Tony.
Prosecuted for trying to save lives.
I will always remember his talk in St Helens and it gave me an insight in to the tragedy that heroin brings.
I've still got the video.

yaz