Economic Interests

by HFCadmin ·

It would not be the first time in history: vague, destroying forests, unable to predict, are bent on subsistence farming, do not know how to plan, or exported, nor industrialize properly. In this “staging” supply chains that belong to the giant Wal Mart and Costco decided to restrict the sale of rice clients on all restaurants and shops. With this absurd measure in the richest country in the stock prices in Chicago reached about 3% up to break the psychological barrier of $ 25 every 45 kilos. In Thailand the increase was 5%, and rice reached a record price: $ 1,000 per tonne. Brazil suspended exports, rather, the big companies that affect the speculation by hoarding, withholding or launching mass to destabilize prices. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Luiz Ildefonso Simões Lopes. The food program director of the UN, J.

Sheeran said food aid provided by them costs 40% more than the past, because almost all products are expensive. As alluded reasons for this new power needs in China and India, biofuels and the price of oil. The large volume of investments in commodity markets contribute to higher prices in the bags. But hunger is not inevitable, not a destination, nor a matter of chance. Is not the purpose of the millions of hungry people, nor is it a coincidence that 97% of them live in poor countries.

It has been recognized by independent bodies such as Action Against Hunger, the problem has a solution with activities related to nutrition, health, food security, water and sanitation. Violence is the tool that have the power to exercise power over property, wealth and population control. The civilian population becomes hostage to the economic interests and power of these armed groups, be they rebels, paramilitaries or government. Sometimes still think that hunger is the result of overpopulation, a political mismanagement, shortage of food, inadequate infrastructure or ecological disaster. Today, hunger is a weapon used by some governments to eliminate troublesome population groups within their own country, writes Marilo Hidalgo, in Fusion. Hunger have become a weapon of war who have made the benefit economic and financial arrogance axis and object of their actions. As if the world was a carpet in which humans play no more than paper data are moved or removed according to the sacrosanct laws of a market that only serves their interests.


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