Australia is on fire, at least 17 people have been killed, hundreds of homes have been destroyed, and an estimated half-billion animals — both livestock and wildlife — have been burned alive. The area burned in the bush fires so far is considerably bigger than the area burned either in last year’s Amazon rainforest fires or the fires in California.
Of course it easier for Greenies to blame 'Climate Change' than their own bureaucratic nonsense.— 💧Nick (@nickbarnesaus) December 31, 2019
A volunteer firefighter was fined $100,000 & treated as criminal for creating a firebreak on his property.
His house was only one not burnt down in his area.https://t.co/0KbJRmqJSX
Green ideology, not climate change, to blame for Australia’s bushfire catastrophe - truer today than it was a decade ago https://t.co/5a3WofuUUH— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) January 2, 2020
Australia need to wake up on hazard reductions https://t.co/oM4xWn5sxW— Stormy Thunder (@H2Ninja) January 3, 2020
Ecologists from the University of Sydney estimate that around half a billion mammals, birds and reptiles have been killed as a result of bushfires in Australia since September 2019. 😔#AustralianBushfires#AustraliaBurning #AustralianFires pic.twitter.com/vxXqjiap7N— Nudibranch (@Nudiibranch) January 2, 2020
AUSTRALIA: Police are now working on the premise arson is to blame for much of the devastation caused this bushfire season - 7NEWS— NortheastWeatherWx (@NEWeatherWx) January 3, 2020