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Is The Water War Already Here?

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An enormous drought in Africa might be simply the start of a much bigger problem. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, and also John Iadarola, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us just what you think in the comment area listed below.

" During the drought that devastated the Horn of Africa in 2010 and 2011, ladies bound their waists with rope to numb the pangs of cravings as they offered just what bit food they had to their children.

In plain contrast to such selfless acts, the global area stood back and enjoyed up until it was too late for the 260,000 individuals that deprived to death.

Currently help employees are progressively concerned that 2017 could see a catastrophe on a similar range with dry spells– as well as floods– indicating some parts of southern and eastern Africa have not had a substantial harvest for 3 years."

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34 comments

  1. Posted by Bryant Kauk, at Reply

    Ana doesn’t like it when you mention her nose job.

    • Posted by SuperTurboForce, at Reply

      Melanoma Trump
      You dont know that.

    • Posted by Bryant Kauk, at Reply

      Melanoma Trump You’re an ugly skank go away.

    • Posted by CJTaylor 87, at Reply

      in a water crisis the nose would evolve

  2. Posted by FreeDog70, at Reply

    They should help themselves. We have too many to help in the US.

    • Posted by Rob Minshull, at Reply

      FreeDog70 the US can afford to help every America and also help people in
      other parts of the world. It doesn’t have to be an either or, both can be
      helped just the American government chooses not to.

    • Posted by Juib Morrowind, at Reply

      Then why are “we” in Syria trying to “save people” from a “brutal regime”?

    • Posted by Ms. Garcia, at Reply

      Whar you really mean is Don’t help Black people because we are helping
      others.

    • Posted by Synerrox เ, at Reply

      You see yourself only as part of the US, not as part of humanity. Somehow
      your empathy can’t extend past arbitrary lines on a map.

  3. Posted by SaiyanZ Rage, at Reply

    if you really believe in global warming why would you live on a coast where
    it will be most destructive?

    • Posted by Misael Cifuentes, at Reply

      SaiyanZ Rage that’s like saying if you like living why go outside?

    • Posted by SaiyanZ Rage, at Reply

      +Misael Cifuentes lol no,it’s like saying judgment day is gonna happen in
      Branson Missouri and buying a house there

    • Posted by godofthisshit, at Reply

      &SaiyanZ Rage Global warming isn’t just rising sea levels.

    • Posted by SaiyanZ Rage, at Reply

      +Misael Cifuentes no because you can move from the coast,truth is they know
      nothing’s going to happen

  4. Posted by Kelly K, at Reply

    advantage: canada.
    whatever, americans will just steal it anyway.

    • Posted by cobraglatiator, at Reply

      THE MANIFEST DESTINEY WILL! err….uh…MANIFEST!!! y-yea…that…..oh
      whatever…
      (post edit: yeeeaaaa…i’m..not really sure the point of this comment….i
      think i was just trying to make a stupid joke..buuut…well..i don’t think
      it was very funny…and if even I didn’t think it was funny…i’d be
      surprised to find anyone who thought it was.)

    • Posted by Eragon Baffel, at Reply

      Could be funny i just don’t have the knowledge about Canadian Manifests to
      understand it XD.

    • Posted by cobraglatiator, at Reply

      +Eragon Baffel i’m referencing that really old american plan that was
      called the manifest destiney and to my understanding,it essentially was all
      about taking the rest of north america or something like that. : P

  5. Posted by Jullius Correia, at Reply

    How about the Catholic Church use some of their billions of dollars to help
    these people. I thought they are all about helping people

    • Posted by Ste H, at Reply

      Jullius Correia – it was all a con in order to amass wealth.

  6. Posted by MaoTseFunkadelic, at Reply

    Drought is a major concern, but it is also something of a proximal issue.
    The countries you are talking about often have a lot of smallholders and
    very large proportions of unemployed people. In Malwai (which is Southern
    Africa, btw) labour is massively suppressed, and there have been a lot of
    private sector ‘large-scale land investments’ or ‘land grabs’ that go on
    when food prices spike. OFTEN with the complicity of corrupt national
    governments.

    The bigger problem is that advances in agricultural productivity are
    tapering. We have reached a lot of the limits to GMO modification that
    increase yields without opening up other issues that affect productivity
    (like drought resistance). This means food is gradually getting less cheap,
    there will be greater competition over land with water resources.

    In short, ts not just an issue of not enough resources. Like most of our
    problems, its a capitalism problem.

  7. Posted by a La Catedral, at Reply

    Climate change is not real, this is fine.

  8. Posted by Usman Najam, at Reply

    The IDS isn’t an organisation – It’s the international development
    secretary, the cabinet member who heads the Department of International
    Development, a government body.

  9. Posted by Knight of Gascogne, at Reply

    Maybe I should start to pimp my ride with pikes and armor. Fury road, here
    I come!

  10. Posted by K LOVE, at Reply

    Yes let’s find a way to focus on the real problem! The fat cats who could
    solve this problem easily but us 99% with 1% of the wealth are supposed to
    save the world? I don’t trust the UN or the EPA. This is just getting
    started in our country, it’s disaster capitalism. Just like oil, they want
    to suck every gallon of water from beneath us and sell it back to us for
    $50 a bottle.

  11. Posted by Tychoxi, at Reply

    WAR NEVER CHANGES

  12. Posted by Derek C, at Reply

    America is the richest nation on Earth that has ever existed…I think it’s
    feasible to support humanitarian efforts.

    • Posted by crazywaffleking, at Reply

      Derek C not with taxpayer money. Send your own money instead of someone
      else’s.

  13. Posted by TheGreatMoonFrog, at Reply

    Imagine the world as a ship. If there is a hole in the lower levels then
    the people down there aren’t going to stay there, they will scramble up the
    levels as best they can. This will go on until the top level is completely
    overcrowded and it will be way too late to save the ship. The top deck will
    be so crowded almost everyone will die in panicked confusion. We have to
    fix the ship before it’s too late people.

  14. Posted by Martin Armenta, at Reply

    There are too many humans and it is time we have a die off by waging war
    against the others. 7 billion people don’t fit in the world

  15. Posted by eatmorenachos, at Reply

    even the Pentagon says climate change is one of the biggest threats we
    face, from food and water shortages to the increasing problem of disasters.
    Republicans like to claim they support the military, but prefer the
    lobbyist money they get from oil companies instead.

  16. Posted by Faeriedarke, at Reply

    It has been el Nino year, sub Saharan Africa always suffers when there is
    an el Nino. Once the sea cools down, it will rain again.

  17. Posted by Dutch Schultz, at Reply

    what if we tried to feed the world instead of bombing it to hell…. we
    have the money.

  18. Posted by Tyler Rue, at Reply

    If we stopped using all the grain grown in the world to feed livestock for
    human consumption and instead used it to feed people, there would never be
    another famine again. But no, people are idiots. To call them sheep is an
    insult to sheep, because sheep work on instinct whereas people are
    willfully ignorant. Stop eating meat. Stop creating the demand. Let the
    food go to feeding the hungry instead of effectively feeding all the
    walking heart attacks.