[Watch] This Corporate Man Who Works In A Gowshaala, Tells The Bitter Truth About Indians

The Logical Indian

December 12th, 2015 / 4:17 PM

What is the greatest irony of the world?

Everyone needs food to survive but nobody wants to become a farmer.
Driven by greed we have spoiled the earth beyond repair, our air is polluted, our food is adulterated and we are running out of fresh water to drink.
We have left nothing for our future generations, seeing the world the way it is running, it feels like we are on a mission to destroy it.

Here is an eye opening talk highlighting the ground situation, we have turned a blind eye on.

Wake up world, we are already late.

 


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