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Poverty and Famines: An Essay on … – Amartya Sen On Population Theory
Amartya Sen, Gandhiji, Food, Population and Greed
In a landmark study in famines, economic policy and food availability, (by) Amartya Sen says, “There has been a good deal of discussion recently about the prospect of food supply falling significantly behind the world population. There is, however, little empirical support for such a diagnosis of recent trends”.
Further, he goes onto say, “… famines can take place without a substantial (decline in) food availability decline is of interest mainly because of the hold that food availability approach has in the usual famine analysis…” (Italics and ellipsis mine).
Gandhiji had something to say – “Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed”.
The West in its greed wants to leave nothing for others – and this entire population theory has been invented so that the victim delivers himself on sacrificial altar of western greed.
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