Water situation critical in india – survivalist forum gaz 67b for sale

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I was watching a show about great rivers and that one featured rivers in India. It showed legions of people bathing in the rivers, which were loaded with human fecal matter and other pollutants. The people there think the water is somehow blessed and holy and are as ignorant as liberals here who think big government is the solution to everything. The host of the show went up river and found many tributaries, among a thriving tanning industry, that dumped raw effluents into the streams. The "water" was brown, had no life in it and in stunk so bad it burned your eyes. The gist of the story was that fish were now almost non-existent in the river. You had to go to the headwaters of the river, to a monastery that protected a few miles of the river and prohibited any access to the water. The show interviewed a local tea shop that made tea from his well water — the public water was not fit to drink. In my lifetime, I have seen many people do crazy things because of stupidity and ignorance, up to and including dying for no reason. Maybe India should crank out legions of fish biologists and environmental engineers instead of IT graduates, that they then send here to take our jobs. Behind ever failed policy is a government official who knows what is best. We see it here every day, in places like CA and WA. Failed policies, failed people, poor health, death and destruction. Some things never change. We see Mexifornia today, the liberal paradise and it is spreading like cancer all over the US as people there flee to escape high taxes and aberrant behavior that THEY VOTED FOR.

I was watching a show about great rivers and that one featured rivers in India. It showed legions of people bathing in the rivers, which were loaded with human fecal matter and other pollutants. The people there think the water is somehow blessed and holy and are as ignorant as liberals here who think big government is the solution to everything. The host of the show went up river and found many tributaries, among a thriving tanning industry, that dumped raw effluents into the streams. The "water" was brown, had no life in it and in stunk so bad it burned your eyes. The gist of the story was that fish were now almost non-existent in the river. You had to go to the headwaters of the river, to a monastery that protected a few miles of the river and prohibited any access to the water. The show interviewed a local tea shop that made tea from his well water — the public water was not fit to drink. In my lifetime, I have seen many people do crazy things because of stupidity and ignorance, up to and including dying for no reason. Maybe India should crank out legions of fish biologists and environmental engineers instead of IT graduates, that they then send here to take our jobs. Behind ever failed policy is a government official who knows what is best. We see it here every day, in places like CA and WA. Failed policies, failed people, poor health, death and destruction. Some things never change. We see Mexifornia today, the liberal paradise and it is spreading like cancer all over the US as people there flee to escape high taxes and aberrant behavior that THEY VOTED FOR.

Maybe India should crank out legions of fish biologists and environmental engineers instead of IT graduates This is an excellent point! The problem may be lack of obvious job opportunities in those fields. Possibly also religious/caste issues.

The people there think the water is somehow blessed and holy and are as ignorant as liberals here who think big government is the solution to everything. Well come on now! That right there is your basic non sequitur. "Blessed and holy" clearly mean that religion is at issue. "Big government" is about political philosophy.