Too important to pass up
One wishes that things were much better, such that one could just blog about wildlife and nature’s flowers, but they are not. The ship of the world, whether we realize it or not, is in a very precarious condition and it, due to indifference, is most definitely sinking; too many of us are walking around as if we are on a luxury cruise.
In ancient Rome, the conniving politicians held the masses in complacency by providing them with plenty of entertainment in the Colosseum; there were many forms of entertainment that involved death. Now, dancing from the strings of fossil fuel corporations and big industry, most politicians robotically react, and people get big fossil fuel transportation vehicles to have a lot of fun in. If all fossil fuels ended today, our atmosphere would remain critically polluted for 60 years. At the Colosseum, there was a lot of…
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