Susie wrote about this Monday and Ed Schultz did a nice job of walking the viewers through how the hedge fund managers on Wall Street did their part in contributing to the riots we're seeing in Egypt and across much of Africa by contributing to the
February 2, 2011

Susie wrote about this Monday and Ed Schultz did a nice job of walking the viewers through how the hedge fund managers on Wall Street did their part in contributing to the riots we're seeing in Egypt and across much of Africa by contributing to the severe spikes on the cost of food.

Here's Susie's post if you missed it -- The Era Of Cheap Food Is Coming To An End. Blame Wall Street Hedge Funds..

And here's more from Democracy Now -- The Food Bubble: How Wall Street Starved Millions and Got Away With It.

It's a shame it takes the kind of turmoil we're seeing in Egypt and Tunisia and the possibility of the entire Middle East blowing up in protest for our corporate media here in the United States do finally be doing some of the reporting normally reserved for shows like Democracy Now or networks like Al Jazeera.

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