Wednesday, May 14, 2008

I am not Anyone's Friend this Morning

Americans recognize that We consume too much, and that India has some grounds to be critical of President Bush’s Speech; most People get outraged generally about what Bush has been known to say. Knocking Bush has become more than an American pastime, and Americans should not be reticent about the rest of the World joining in the Fun. I have personally been verbally pounding Bush since the late 1990s, and feel ambivalent towards foreign criticism of my favorite Punching Bag. What bothers Me is the fact that no one ever Strikes back in this verbal Boxing Match. We need to cut Consumption of course, but the rest of the World needs to cut Population; gauche is my Commentary, almost as bad as Bush himself, but certifiably true. Our American beef eat relatively no more than Rats and Insects eat of any Indian Food supplies, and there should be National Choice in our Food Preservation decisions. The ethanol subsidies are an Insult to both God and Man, but hell, employ a lot of Americans; giving them the ability to over consume. The World should be ashamed, for not allowing the Titanic to sink with all lights shining!

Fertilizer Corporate structure fails the Test of provision of World Demand read it here. One finds the stupidity of transfer of Food Products at the rates currently undertaken. One can find many of the reasons why Farmers cannot supply the World’s Food needs; I have suggested previously that American lawns should face Public Condemnation, and replanted to Gardens and Orchards, maintained by Public Cooperatives. Here One can find that modern Engineering is left idle, because Cooking Oils have become too expensive. What is the World to do? (Specifically, do not comment that I have utilized these Links in previous Posts)

The World seems to be falling apart, and Everyone chooses their own set of Evil-Doers, while avoiding glimpses into the Mirror. Some simple Draconian measures should limit the excesses expressed by Everyone. A World Treaty agreement that Countries can not transfer Food Product through Trade would guarantee adequate Population controls, general employment in Food production industries, and place the entire World on a Diet governed by their own Food production capacities. The pain of this Decision could be eased by heavy Fines imposed on News agencies if they report Food Production difficulties elsewhere in the World–other than their own native lands. This might seem like a cold assessment, but I am in a foul mood this morning. lgl

1 comment:

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