1. His whole message centers around the idea that the world has never been
able to feed itself well until pesticides and commercial fertilizer came on
the scene. Now he is saying they did quite well in the 12th, 13th, and
14th century. Did they have pesticides and fertilizers?
2. His whole scare campaign to get people to embrace corporatism is based
on the premise that we are going to run out of food. Now we don't need to
be concerned about global warming because it will drastically improve food
production. What is the need for alarm then?
I guess I think it is very hard to read Dennis Avery and not get confused.
I'm never sure whether we are or aren't going to run out of food in his
opinion. I just know whichever side he is on its going to justify big
business rolling on without consequences. Do people see through his logic?
Or does his message work on people similar to the crap that PBS airs as
commercials for ADM. (Their commercial says they are extremely concerned
about feeding the hungry world. That is why they are doubling in size at
least every 5 years.) The true issues surrounding food security and
sustainability are being blurred by the corporate heavy hitters in my
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