"It's Mr. Bieber, for example, who was the first person to warn that spiraling commodity prices would lead to unrest in Bahrain and Yemen. Interviewed by the BBC in January, he said: "Once you see that disconnect between pork belly futures and 30-day wheat, look out! When food prices spike—and this goes all the way back to the days when Mark Antony had to import grain from Egypt—there is no way to put a cap on civil unrest back home. Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Libya, Bahrain, maybe even Iran. It's the domino effect."
Okay. That would be awesome.
Unfortunately, we don’t really grow our pop stars that way.
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