The fight against nature is common to all races

Natural disasters tend to make people forget about their differences and bring them closer together.

That is except for a small percentage of people, who delight in lighting fires, looting other people’s properties, or seeking more votes.

The fight with nature for survival is primary to the human race.

At present the weather conditions are getting more severe than the ones previously recorded.

Whether this is a general trend, or just a part of a natural cycle, I leave to the scientists to decide.

I am not saying that the primary cause is human activities, but they certainly have something to do with it.

There have been and still are too many differences between nations that prevent them from joining together and forming an united front against nature.

Jiri Kolenaty,

Rushworth

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