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Australian Wildfires: A Critical “Moment” For Humanity

Australia is on fire and their Prime Minister is so beholden to corporations that he can’t bring himself to admit that there’s a climate crisis. You can say it — WTF!

Australia is on fire: It’s heartbreaking to think that 500 million animals have been killed.

We are experiencing a moment that will define humanity. Australia is on display for the world…




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