Lee in the Mountains

Doing the Lord's Work by Saving the White Race

They are kulaking us, y’all. Wake up and smell the genocide!


Burning Our Crops for Fuel

By SETH SLABAUGH • seths@muncie.gannett.com • July 27, 2008


Grain stocks low

Global prices for rice, corn, wheat and soybeans are increasing because consumption has exceeded production in seven of the past eight years, Tyner said. The reason? Incomes and population are growing all over the world, particularly in the developing world where incomes are growing faster than they are in the rich world, he said. On top of that, demand for corn as a fuel source is further driving up corn prices.

“What that means of course is stocks are drawn down,” Tyner said. “In the 1980s and 1990s, there was no shortage of food or commodities. It was, ‘How do we get rid of this stuff? But we are now no longer in a surplus environment. We are now in a shortage environment.”

Or as Tyner’s fellow Purdue economist Christ Hurt put it, “Grain inventories are dangerously low.”

Global ending corn stocks for 2007-08 were the lowest since 1983, while U.S. ending corn stocks for 2007-08 were the lowest since 2003, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

When you have floods, droughts or other shocks during a commodity shortage, “it just skyrockets the prices,” Tyner said.

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I think these stats sniped from the referenced article are true. I know first hand that food (vegetable/animal) is very expensive to grow. Jew Kissinger said that food would be used as a weapon. That time has come. Just ask 7-9 million starved kulaks AKA Red Necks!

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