THEORY & THOMAS MALTHUS
Why price gouging is good!
The Malthusian theory was named after English economist the Reverend THOMAS
MALTHUS (1766-1834). A Malthusian catastrophe (or Malthusian check, crisis,
dilemma, disaster, trap, controls, or limit) is a return to subsistence-level
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revealed in web searches to point out that a socialist economy prevents it’s
population from being able to feed, clothe or shelter itself because socialism
destroys a free market economy. Socialists hide the truth by calling the
problem “overpopulation” and by blaming the poverty on the number of people
that exist, instead of blaming socialism. That also explains why the
socialist trio of the worst atrocities (the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics,
the People’s Republic of China, and the National Socialist German Workers’
Party) caused shortages, poverty, misery, and mass slaughter. To see
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have demonstrated that the Malthusian theory is manifested only in socialist
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Scientist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Norman Ernest Borlaug developed a
type of wheat that helped feed the world, fostering a movement that is credited
with saving up to 1 billion people from starvation.
Dr. Borlaug saved more lives than any man in human history. RexCurry.net
reports that the number of lives Borlaug saved is greater than the number
of lives lost under Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong and Adolf Hitler in the socialist
Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): ~60 million slaugtered or
starved under the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; ~50 million under the
Peoples Republic of China; ~20 million under the National Socialist German
He was known as the father of the "green revolution," which transformed
agriculture through high-yield crop varieties and other innovations, helping
to more than double world food production between 1960 and 1990. Many experts
credit the green revolution with averting global famine during the second
half of the 20th century and saving perhaps a billion lives. He inspired
the phrase "Capitalist are the true Greens."
He has probably done more and is known by fewer people than anybody that
has done that much.
Dr. Borlaug began the work that led to his Nobel Prize in Mexico at the
end of World War II. There he developed disease-resistant varieties of wheat
that produced much more grain than traditional strains.
He and others took those varieties and improved strains of rice and corn
to Asia, the Middle East, South America and Africa. In Pakistan and India,
two of the nations that benefited most from the new crop varieties, grain
yields more than quadrupled.
His successes in the 1960s came just while eco-nuts warned that mass starvation
was inevitable as the world's population boomed.
The same eco-nuts would also criticized Dr. Borlaug and the capitalist green
revolution in later decades for promoting practices that used fertilizer and
pesticides and for focusing on a few high-yield crops that benefited so-called
A 2006 book about him is titled The Man Who Fed the World.
Editor, The New York Times:
By saving millions of people from starvation, green-revolution father Norman
Borlaug arguably has done more for humanity than has any other human being
of the past century ("Norman Borlaug, 95, Dies; Led Green Revolution," Sept.
13). Yet unlike Sen. Ted Kennedy's, his death will go relatively unnoticed.
He'll certainly not be canonized in the popular mind.
Alas, in our world, melodramatic loud-mouths thunder to and fro in the foreground,
doing little of any value while stealing most of the credit for civilization.
Meanwhile, in the background, millions upon millions of decent, creative
people work diligently at their specialties - welding, waiting tables, performing
orthopedic surgery, designing shopping malls, researching plant genetics
- each contributing to the prosperity of the rest. Some contributions
are larger than others (as Dr. Borlaug's certainly was) but even a contribution
as colossal as his is quickly taken for granted, any potential notice of
it submerged beneath the self-congratulation, swagger, and bellicosity of
the politicians who pretend to be prosperity's source. How wrong.