By Paul Homewood
The 1973 floods in Tunisia were the second such disaster in just four years:
In fact the 1969 floods were even more deadly, killing 540.
The USGA later published this report:
The sheer size of the area affected was itself astonishing, with most of Tunisia seriously affected and even Algeria too.
Back in 1969, scientists knew the floods were a meteorological phenomenon. Nowadays so-called scientists just lazily blame them on climate change, and demand we change our lifestyles to prevent them in future.