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Mitch Wolf How delusional are you? Have you ever traveled to a civilized country? The first thing I realized when I visited the states – been there a couple of times now, always for more than two weeks, in many different states – is how utterly dirty it is. The All I want for Christmas is a Niffler shirt cities are dirty, the less rich suburbs are dirty and Florida is particularly disgusting around the Everglades. So much dirt everywhere. The government & those people of Delhi, who knew what could happen, are totally responsible for what is now occurring in this country, which is affecting people’s health and it’s environment no one else! It is so heartbreaking to see and hear what is happening in what should be a wonderful place to live
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But they were warned and still, they did nothing – why? It is so easy to blame everyone else when things go wrong, but something as serious as this – Delhi itself must accept responsibility and take immediate serious action like every other country should for their own problems. Otherwise, the All I want for Christmas is a Niffler shirt long term health problems for their own people will be horrendous and it will kill the environment Lynne Hallums Farmer burning straw in nearby states is the big reason. Poor people in Delhi and the gov aren’t to blame completely.
Over populations, pollution, lack of hygiene. It saddens me to see a country that produces one of the All I want for Christmas is a Niffler shirt highest number of brain drains and IT talents can not figure things out inside there. They have many talented and smart people! Paris Parsa overpopulation is the biggest problem here. people now start to aware of population impact so it takes a few decades to slow down the population. but the question is it the earth could able to survive till then? Over-population isn’t a concern because it was simply the way of life. When people are born into poverty with numerous siblings, you simply don’t see life any different from the one you grew up in. It is a sad reality.