I have imagined this text as a conversation.

A real conversation of course it cannot be,
because I can only guess what a reader
would like to say.

Nevertheless, it is a kind of communication that

through the immediacy which it evokes
might perhaps help us to confront of the
very serious situation we are facing.

The use of many questions and the deliberate

"carelessness" in the sentence construction
can help to create this atmosphere of dialogue.

The text has not got the "crystallized" final form of the printed word.

The sentences are trying to imitate the spoken word.
Many begin with "and" or seem to be unconnected,
as if the "the speaker" suddenly remembered something
and wants to add it in order not to forget it.