Nearly 50% of Pakistan Is Now ‘Food Insecure’

Pakistan is 160 million, with 77 million (48%) now ‘food insecure’, a 28% increase over this time last year.

Soaring food prices and shortages of staples mean about 77 million people of Pakistan’s 160 million population are food insecure, a 28 percent increase over the past year, according to U.N. World Food Program (WFP)¬†estimates.¬† Hunger Brings Anguish for Pakistan Millions

This is also reflected in the flour production, now cut by 50% from 80,000 bags of flour per day, to just 40,000.


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6 thoughts on “Nearly 50% of Pakistan Is Now ‘Food Insecure’

  • July 13, 2008 at 10:28 am

    More sooner than later, All “HOLY” HELL is gonna bust loose in Pakistan (like it isn’t anyway) and Pakistan implodes, either before or at the onset of a Iranian ‘War’ (attack).

    Unlike Iran, Pakistan HAS PLENTY OF NUKES, and they are already on missiles/launchers. NTM, the vast collective of seriously pissed-off (not w/o ‘reasons’) radical voodoo worshippers and multiple radicalized autonomous/tribal regions

    When (not if) Pakistan implodes (‘radicals’ prevail), a billion Indians (those with access to food) all take a massive shit in unison. Israeli’s all live in bunkers shitting in plastic bags (take jehovah for gas masks).

    Dubya Dubya 3 ? Sure! Very likely, IMO.
    But, is the Paki-theater Part A? or Part B?

    I assume that only the ZioNeoNaziCons currently controlling the US think they know for sure.

  • July 13, 2008 at 3:00 pm

    trivial density

    Mean population density per square mile for selected countries.

    NZ 15
    US 31
    China 357
    Pakistan 535 (no wonder they’re all pissed)
    UK 837 (well, that explains a lot)
    Japan 872

    The state with the highest density is Macau (PRC) w/ over 48,000
    The least dense is Greenland at less than 0.068

  • July 13, 2008 at 5:50 pm

    Pakistan is a brewing kettle just about to burst from the seams and you know Iran will be there to pick the pieces up…

    The global plot thickens….

  • July 14, 2008 at 2:02 pm

    Here is an interesting one (Britain urges return to WWII food frugality) from Britian regarding food:

    With food and energy prices soaring worldwide, a constant supply of high-quality, affordable food is no longer guaranteed, officials warn Britons. That could mean an era of scarcity like Britain’s 1940-54 food rationing, during the war and its aftermath.

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