Southeast Asia Blight: Not Enough Food to Go Around

DAWN – The Southeast Asian blight crisis is spreading rapidly and threatens to destroy the livelihoods of thousands of small scale farmers in primarily developing nations. As one of the most vulnerable groups, small scale farmers often live in remote rural areas making it more difficult to bring aid. While many large-scale farming operations are genetically modified and protected against the blight there simply is not enough to feed everyone. As a result of the widespread scale of devastation prices are predicted to skyrocket further exacerbating the effects of the crisis. What is to be done about the crisis? Many … Continue reading Southeast Asia Blight: Not Enough Food to Go Around

Suspicions Arise Over Origin of Silver Sheath Slime Mold Blight

REUTERS – Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) scientists working to address the massive Silver Silt Sheath Slime Mold (SSSSM) blight that has been decimating the food supplies of the developing world have made a groundbreaking discovery. While examining the mechanism … Continue reading Suspicions Arise Over Origin of Silver Sheath Slime Mold Blight

Trump Tweets Response to ‘Global Crop Plague’

BREITBART – In response to the recent developments of the effects of genetically modified crops (GMO), President Donald Trump has tweeted his sympathies for the global south. The current talks in the General Assembly (GA) and Commission on Science and … Continue reading Trump Tweets Response to ‘Global Crop Plague’

“The Next Global Food Crisis:” U.N. Official Offers Warnings Over Southeast Asian Blight

REUTERS – Food prices have been increasing in the Thai capital following a trend affecting other Southeast Asian countries. This past weekend, prices on staples, including rice and corn, have increased by 66%, causing worry that the crisis will only … Continue reading “The Next Global Food Crisis:” U.N. Official Offers Warnings Over Southeast Asian Blight

Pakistani Rupee Plummets After Security Council Proposes Trade Restrictions in Response to Nuclear Heist

FINANCIAL TIMES – After the nuclear heist in Pakistan two days ago, the UN Security Council proposed to temporarily cut off all international trade in the region in order to make sure that the missile would be unable to leave … Continue reading Pakistani Rupee Plummets After Security Council Proposes Trade Restrictions in Response to Nuclear Heist

Russian Security Breach Exposed

AL ARABIYA – Since many stipulations of Russia’s involvement in regards to the attack on the Pakistani convoy and the previous allegations of Russian launchers being stolen from their government, the, the Russian head of security respond: “These allegations have been blown way out of proportion. There is no possible way geographical for these launchers to have come from Russia.  This alleged security breach was simply the result of a typo in the lab, which set off very minor alarms within our own very secure system.  We are ashamed that these alarms have associated our great nation with these terrorists … Continue reading Russian Security Breach Exposed

Worries of future nuclear attack grow

Al Arabiya – Fear within the international community is growing following the recent events in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. The confiscation of nuclear weapons has led many of the world’s defence forces to analyze indecipherable satellite imaging to recognize who is held responsible for these attacks, only for Amaq, Daesh’s affiliated news agency, to announce that the group is responsible for yet another audacious act.    Following additional security measures taken by Pakistan in response to the convoy attack, the Pakistani government has discovered a government insider that is alleged to be a party to the attack. This … Continue reading Worries of future nuclear attack grow