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Population reduction or famine... the choices for Egypt.

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Submitted by Jon, a Brit in Euroland (France), Feb 18, 2016 at 08:23

What is abundantly clear is the Egypt is only feeding its people presently because of the $1.5 billion a month cash influx donated by Saudi Arabia. The work of David Goldman suggests that the country presently produces only on third of its calorie requirement...

What they urgently need is a population policy. Little chance of that !

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