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Where's your shame,

Posted by sigismund on January 1, 2020, at 15:32:47

In reply to The emu, posted by sigismund on January 1, 2020, at 15:17:49

you've left us up to our necks in it. (Davis Bowie)

Michael Mann, climate professor at Pennsylvania was taking the time to visit the Blue Mountains. Ground zero. After a look at the reef.

There could be a chain reaction thing, fire in the sky, firestorms, not 'dry sterile thunder without rain', but raining fire and lightning for scores of kilometres. Things we have never seen before. The whole country cannot take refuge on the beach. It feels like God's judgement for colonialism. While some may or may not still blame the greenies, it is aboriginal land practices that had the country looking like a park.

At breakfast I heard that Morrison would soon be off the India to negotiate the terms satisfactory to Adani to use/abuse/ruin the once sacred Great Artesian Basin aquifer to get the biggest coal mine in the world up and running.

This may be untrue, (that it is the biggest). Worst fears become government policy, no need for facts. We were blessed with leaders once.




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