Deforestation Disaster in Anapu Brazil

Sunday, 9.8.19

Al Jazeera reports on Brazil’s Amazon Rainforest in Anapu, Brazil. It displays the ruins from the deforestation disaster. It was intentionally destroyed, and the Amazon doesn’t have enough environment protection to stop this destruction.

80,000 forest fires in one year, and at the same place is suspicious, which indicates it is intentional deforestation. Amazon is filled with needed resources that the world uses.

Poor cows…a farm animal rescue organization needs to save them and take them out to a farm sanctuary so they can live in peace.

Brazil also produces soy. (most soy is used to feed the animals, as well as vegetarians and vegans).

From Eastern Bolivia, Bolivians entered the Amazon to rescue wildlife is being rescued from the Amazon fires. Only a few were saved. A large number of butterflies are fluttering away. One man digs a hold to look for snakes to save. A helicopter will be needed to bring some water for the wildlife as well as take out the fire so the people can survive.

Goldman Sachs helped Abu Dhabi Etihad Airways with expansion plans.

Garlic, corn, and soy prices will increase because of Trump’s trade tariff. Garlic growing are profiting.

Trump is also threatening Mexico with trade tariffs. If that happens, avocado prices will also increase. I like eating avocados, garlic, corn, and soy products.

Telesur reports on a Brazilian protest, where people March the street, dressed in monochromatic black, depicting the countries mourning for freedom from the government. It is Brazil’s first Independence Day under their president Jair Bolsonaro. They feel the system isn’t working for the people of Brazil. They demand changes for their government and Bolsonaro. They also want Lula de Silva out of prison.

What do you think?

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Written by Fifi Leigh

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