Trump: The Destroyer of Worlds

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In 1945 when nuclear bombs were dropped on Japan, Oppenheimer, the lead scientist on the Manhattan Project, referred to the ‘Bhagavad-Gita’ quote ‘I have become death, the destroyer of worlds’. As Trump goes head-to-head with Greta Thunberg on climate, he is also tearing up environmental laws protecting wild-life and water ways. He has withdrawn from the Paris Agreement, even though there isn’t a binding target for carbon reductions in…

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