We just want to feed the World

Discussion in 'News from around the damp planet' started by Earth's Internet, Apr 22, 2013.

  1. gardenlen

    gardenlen Group for banned users

    May 14, 2004
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    sorry EI you are again looking for interpretations that you can twist here is in the KJV: Ezekiel 13:10; King James Version (KJV)
    10 Because, even because they have seduced my people, saying, Peace; and there was no peace; and one built up a wall, and, lo, others daubed it with untempered morter:

    doesn't match your twistings at all. sonds like God's people trying to protect them selve from teh others.

    ah! you will never accept the truth oc climate change nature is not forcing down our throats a new tax system that will never deliver. what nature is telling us is replant the forests, and our weather climate will return to what we once had. no money in that for teh sciences or their worshipers is there hey?

    with revelations a very narrow interpretation to suit mythology beliefs here it is as written: 18 And the nations were angry, and thy wrath is come, and the time of the dead, that they should be judged, and that thou shouldest give reward unto thy servants the prophets, and to the saints, and them that fear thy name, small and great; and shouldest destroy them which destroy the earth.

    yes he is talking about your moguls who destroy the earth and His people.

    please read the whole chapter, the whole of revelations or ezeikel, not just single lines.

    you still know and understand little about God.

    the common man is against you and your ideas of theory.

    have a nice one as remember those lost in past wars who fought for our countries freedoms and all that goes with it, with heads bowed think of all in australia alone who have no roof to sleep under, not enough food, no power little water but worst no health or dental care.

    you still need moral humane ethics for all to follow.

    yep so have a nice one

  2. ecodharmamark

    ecodharmamark Junior Member

    Nov 9, 2005
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    The opening from the article in the OP:

    In the United States, we haven’t worried about food security since the Dust Bowl days of the 1930′s...

    I note the author's use of the 'royal we'. Regardless, 'we' (as in the staff at our program) have not been 'worried' so much about the US food security issue, inasmuch as we have studied it as part of the broader issue of global (and local) food security. Some of our more recent papers concerning this particular topic are (sorry that they are mostly behind paywalls - you should be able source them through your local library):

    Budge, T, Butt, A, Chesterfield, M, Kennedy, M, Buxton, M & Tremain, D (2012) Does Australia need a national policy to preserve agricultural land? Research Report, Australian Farm Institute, Surry Hills, Australia.

    T. Budge (2012), Is food a missing ingredient in Australia’s metropolitan planning strategies? In Q. Farmar-Bowers, J. Millar and V. Higgins, (eds) Food Security in Australia: challenges and prospects for the future, Springer

    T. Budge (2011) The Failure of a Set Menu: Can we have a metropolitan planning agenda without food? Paper Presented at the 3rd World Planning Schools Congress, Perth (WA), 4-8 July 2011

    Budge, T and Slade, C 2009, ‘Integrating Land Use Planning and Food Security’, a report for the Victorian Local Governance Association.

    Budge, T 2009, 'The decline and rise of urban agriculture: Can urban agriculture deliver on multiple urban planning and policy fronts?' Paper presented to the 4th State of Australian Cities Conference, Perth, Western Australia, November, 2009.

    Budge, T 2009, ‘Food and Health: The missing ingredients in Australia’s metropolitan planning strategies’. Paper presented at the 47th International Making Cities Liveable Conference, Portland Oregon USA.

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