is facing a national state of emergency and it is not due to terrorism, military coup, corruption, political turmoil or any mass movement but due to the recent bushfires which is turned it into the climatic state of emergency.
It could be a long warm summertime in Australia. Fires of just about biblical proportions have swept across the country, devastating land, assets, and wildlife.
More than 30 humans were killed, one million animals have died, and extra than 3,000 homes had been burned down. The price of the bushfires has been anticipated at $2billion and could rise even further.
Although heavy rain and lower temperatures this month have helped put out a few fires, the danger of the blaze coming back is still impending.
Meanwhile, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison's response to this environmental disaster has been to refuse to extend measures to combat climate alternate.
In December, as the climatic disaster-affected death toll go on increasing and Australian fire-fighting brigades struggled to control the fires, the Prime Minister left the United States of America for a vacation in Hawaii! Have you ever seen any insensitive PM like him?
His attitude and actions illustrate pretty nicely just how the wealthy and their political allies plan to rule our burning planet.
The harrowing and apocalyptic scenes popping out of Australia are handiest the start of a brand new climatic tragedy in which weather exchange will bring about climate apartheid.
Those with the approach and the sources will depart weather catastrophe zones or otherwise shield themselves from the worst results of climate change, whilst poor groups and nations of the Global South, indigenous people and those of color will endure the brunt.
Meanwhile, global agencies will retain to lobby governments to take little action on climate change and preserve to undermine the efforts of climate activists but in the very end, it all will go in vain.
In Australia, that is already apparent. The United States had devastating bush fires for years, which have disproportionately affected impoverished regions.
Aboriginal groups continue to be subjected to discrimination, marginalization, and dispossession, their land seized to make manner for greater resource extraction putting nature at risk and increase the high danger level of climate change.
Although the United States - one of the global's pinnacle coal exporters - is really suffering from the devastating consequences of climate change, greater coal mines are being built on aboriginal land and more coal is being exported along with ever-increasing pollution level, global warming and our denial mood on these issues.
Soon the whole would be seeing to expand its presence under the array area of climatic emergency from which Australia is already suffering.