Saturday, March 31, 2007

Hunger: Where Is The Scorn?

Hunger: Where Is The Scorn?

Food Security: There's never a shortage of dictators to hurl abuse at the U.S. for its food policies. But they have no right to do it. Marxism, not freedom, is the world's foremost creator of hunger.

The blame-America-first crowd often zeroes in on U.S. plenty, calling our lack of want 'excess' and our great food productivity an ecological evil.

There's been a malevolent new wave of this lately as more news of failed Marxist regimes and the hunger they create comes out.

Another point in communism's favor: This Reuters photo of a neighborhood in central Havana came with a caption that read: 'Almost half a century of communist rule has saved Havana's eclectic architecture from the urban developer's bulldozer.'

Cuba's communist dictator Fidel Castro on Thursday denounced the U.S.' production of grain ethanol as 'sinister' and a coming cause of ecological catastrophe and global starvation. Not only would it affect Cuba, which has rationed food since 1962, but 3 billion other people, he said.


I sure wish we'd stop being such willing patsies of those who abuse us (Democrat Party incl.) For all those who complain about our aid, let us do them the extreme favor of not burdening them with it any longer (and telling them exactly why); I don't want us to be abusive ourselves...


Blogger VerityINK said...

They keep floating the idea at DU that Cuba's a better place than the U.S. As Bill Whittle says 'I don't see the rafts going the other way'...

5:54 AM  
Anonymous cassie said...

You keep telling the truth - and they keep deliberately not understanding them.

9:09 AM  

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