Agribusiness and the The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse. The Globalized System of War, Poverty and Food Insecurity

Agribusiness and the The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse. The Globalized System of War, Poverty and Food Insecurity

Street Democracy writes: 
 
A ‘ferocious corporate rape’ of our political arena, of unchecked oligarchical powers puppeteering bought and paid for venal politicians who are forcing our governmental infrastructure hostage to favour the corporate world. 

A perpetual plethora of ‘draconian policies’ for brutal extermination of our natural planet now careering towards her imminent death.

We witness ‘atrocity producing’ corporate policies that is furthering the total genocide of our eco-system and the natural beauty of our much beloved and sacred planet.


The death and destruction of our planet is carefully masked but the devastation is sweeping with speed across earth. 
 
It is unmitigated evil. Evil in print, evil indoctrinated and evil mass produced to serve the goddless, loveless crowd and soulless suits of the oligarchs.

We witness the dark foundations of an alternative agenda of controlling our planet and privatising her for profits and commodify all life and living things, including ours to their calling. 
 
They wish to pillage, rape and plunder in abundance the precious natural resources into private interests and control what is inevitably free. Our planet grows in abundance all our needs for free.

We live on this planet for free. Our babies are born for free and are free. So why are we paying corporate thugs to survive? 

By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy.
       


‘US citizens constitute 5 percent of the world’s population but consume 24 percent of global energy. On average, one person in the US consumes as much energy as two Japanese, six Mexicans, 13 Chinese, 31 Indians, 128 Bangladeshis, 307 Tanzanians and 370 Ethiopians.
The US is able to consume at such a level because the dollar serves as the world reserve currency. This means high demand for it is guaranteed as most international trade (especially oil) is carried out using the dollar. US dominance and wealth accumulation depends on maintaining the currency’s leading role.
The international monetary system that emerged near the end of the Second World War was based on the US being the dominant economic power and the main creditor nation, with institutions like the World Bank and International Monetary Fund eventually being created to serve its interests.’
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