Unintended consequences - ethanol and food availability

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Mischa over at the Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler has a few words:
How Do You Feel, Envirowhackos?
While noted mass murderer and instigator of what may eventually become the worst crime against humanity in history, Al Gore, gets ever more fat and bloated from the money he is skimming off of his Glowbull Wormening scam, people are starving to death and rioting all over the world (via Stop the ACLU):
In Haiti, the prime minister was kicked out of office Saturday, and hospital beds are filled with wounded following riots sparked by food prices.

In Egypt, rioters have burned cars and destroyed windows of numerous buildings as police in riot gear have tried to quell protests.

Images from Bangladesh and Mozambique tell a similar story.

And interesting pictures they are too, we might add. Meanwhile, the only ones getting truly obscenely fat are the Goreacle and the greedy pigs in AgBusiness feeding at the trough of biofuel subsidies. Hopefully they�ll all have massive, simultaneous, synchronized coronaries soon. Then we can feed their bloated carcasses to the poor.

So tell us, greenies, just how smug and superior do you feel now, knowing that filling up your car with ethanol just ONCE uses enough grains to feed a family for a year? Knowing that your biofuel craze and idiotic, imbecilic, cretinous cult of Gaia and your actions are responsible for the deaths of thousands, deaths that are occurring right NOW?

How does it feel to be on the road to being directly responsible for even more deaths than Adolf Hitler?

Do you feel at all, fucknuggets?
And it all started with a government subsidy for a fuel that costs more energy to make than it yields at the pump. Throw in a cooling climate causing lower agricultural yields and you have a recipe for disaster. And meanwhile, Gore is hauling in money hand over fist.

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