‘High food prices feed unrest in developing world’

“AGAINST the backdrop of revolution in the Arab world and rising tensions in Asia, the International Monetary Fund warns that global food prices are likely to stay high for years, posing new economic and political challenges.”

welcome to the new normal…..

read it here:


which will cause this……50 million refugees



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