Democratic Socialist Movement

For Struggle, Solidarity and Socialism in Nigeria

By - DSM

World Food Crisis: Total Failure of Capitalism

World Food Crisis: Total Failure of Capitalism Workers and Poor Masses Should Struggle for Socialist Alternative By Peluola Adewale, Lagos On March 31, about 2000 poor masses hit the streets in Cote D’Ivoire chanting “we are hungry”, “life is too expensive”, while protesting the rise in food prices and attendant high cost of living. The Ivorian protests were aptly expressing

By - DSM

World food crisis

World food crisis Price hikes produce poverty and rebellion Robert Bechert, CWI, London Around the world, strikes, demonstrations and protests have erupted as millions upon millions of workers, peasants and poor face the horror of rapidly rising food prices. Haiti, Cameroon, Egypt, Indonesia are just some of the countries that have seen angry mass protests. The price hikes are shocking,