Nicholas Hooper - A Journey To Hogwarts
Everybody’s running around trying to save the planet. The planet doesn’t need that, the planet will take care of itself. People are selfish, and that’s what they are doing — trying to save the planet for themselves, to have a nicer place to live. They don’t care about the planet, they just care about having a comfortable place. And these people with the fires and the floods and everything — they overbuild, they put nature to the test, and they get what’s coming to them, that’s what I say.
People think nature’s outside of them. They don’t take into them the idea that we’re part of it, they say, ‘Oh, we’re going for a nature walk. We’re going to the country because we like nature.’ Nature’s in here, and if you’re in tune with it, like the Indians — the Hopis, especially, with the balance of life, the harmony of nature — if you understand that, you don’t overbuild. You don’t do all this moron stuff.
Places are going to go away, and the map is going to change because people don’t understand that.