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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, 2010, 12:58 P.M.

Kage: Harris Predicts Food Shortage

Kage Mann: Cliff Harris, the Meterologist/Climatologist, who writes for the press is predicting a world wide food shortage next year. With food crops in Pakistan, Russia, China and elsewhere, having been decimated by drought and flooding, there will be less food exported by these countries. The price of food is expected to rise significantly. The last few weeks, the price of wheat has gone up by 25% I'm told. Some people have already started their food storage at home. It's hard to imagine a time when things are so bad, that we have to rely on food storage to get us through the hard times, but most of us didn't live through the Great Depression either.

Question: What do you make of the prediction by Clilff Harris that the world will experience a food shortage in 2010?




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