How man-made disaster became a natural disaster in America
The death toll from the Corona epidemic reached 5 million in the US on 22 February, which is more than the total number of American soldiers killed in World War I, World War II and the Vietnam War. American infectious disease specialist Antoine Fauchi called it “terrible”. At the same time, 76 people have died in the US this year due to the Bufferley storm. Many people died due to cold due to large-scale power supply in the state of Texas. Millions of people were stranded in light and heat-free places.
It is natural for people to have this doubt, because such a tragedy happened here with the world’s only superpower. Seeing the performance of American politicians in the disaster is not difficult to answer.
Personal political interest is the biggest reason for these two natural disasters to become man-made disasters. At the start of the Kovid-19 epidemic, American politicians took the situation of their country lightly and placed politics above science, losing the best chance of epidemic control. When the Buffalo Storm came, Colorado Mayor Tim Boide released the post claiming that only the powerful could survive, while the weak would not survive.
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