This is very well done, IMO. Good discussion on rising world food prices and commodities, and the possible results.
US stimulus/QE of cheap & free money leads to a surplus of capital in the world causing rising food prices. Demand is not causing the rise, the surplus of capital is according to Keiser.
Cotton is at 150 year highs. Rice is still cheap. Why? Hundreds of millions of lower income people in Asia and the world depend on it.
Again, this segment is well done, IMO.