John Kerry to Starving Africans Don’t...

John Kerry to Starving Africans Don’t Build New Farms, Just Plant More GMO

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Stupid looking fook video

Tampa, FL

#1 Aug 9, 2014
This guy is mentally deranged. Many people with distorted heads have something wrong with their thinking. No wonder Obuma picked him.

John Kerry to Starving Africans:‘Don’t Build New Farms, Just Plant More GMO

Melissa Melton The Daily Sheeple August 9th, 2014

How many kids in first world countries have likely heard their mom utter that phrase at the dinner table at least once? It may be an overused image, but that doesn’t make it any less valid. There really are lots of starving children in Africa. Well, this week Secretary of State John Kerry took to the podium at the U.S.—Africa Leaders Summit to say that Africans shouldn’t build more farms because that would contribute to man-made global warming through a process that “releases significant amounts of carbon pollution”. No, instead, they should just make existing lands “more productive

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