by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:
First, let’s get one thing cleared off the table: fires do happen, and so to high pressure zones, and so does disaster. Not everything is engineered. Not everything is a conspiracy. But I’d be lying if I said that I don’t have some suspicions about all these fires in California, and my suspicions go into the red zone whenever I hear an “envirocrat” like California governor Jerry Brown saying :get used to it” (this article shared by Mr. B):
Yup, that’s right, Californians have to “get used” to the possibility that these types of disasters will be “the new normal”, and it’s all because of “climate change” (of course):
California Governor Jerry Brown has told the state’s residents to get used to destructive wildfires in winter, declaring them “the new normal”.
As six major fires ravage southern California, having led to the death of one person and the destruction of hundreds of homes and other buildings, Mr Brown said the state needed to face up to a new challenge.
Visiting Ventura County, where the largest of the blazes – the Thomas Fire – is still growing, Mr Brown said drought and climate change mean California faces a “new reality” where lives and property are continually threatened by fire, at a cost of billions of dollars.
California fires: First death confirmed as flames continue to rage
He said it will take “heroic” efforts in the US and abroad to stem climate change, and urged Congress to pay more attention to dealing with natural disasters such as fires, floods and earthquakes.
Of course, blaming all this on the ever-so-helpful universalization of “climate change” ignores the self-evident nature of the assertion, it’s niftily dispatching with other possible explanations: arson, terrorism, and the ever-present possibility of weather manipulation technology, which we’ll get back to in a moment.
What makes me suspicious about the whole fire mess are the numerous anomalies encountered in the recent fires in northern California. Many of these anomalies have – to my knowledge – not shown up (yet) in the southern fires: homes burning to the ground, right next to shrubbery or trees that don’t burn at all is something I call anomalous; plants and trees bent over in the signatures of powerful microwaves, I call anomalous.
But then there’s this, a video shared by Mr. G.F. (an no, that is notan invitation to send me more videos!): the first few minutes of this say it all:
Now, again, high pressure systems can and do park themselves in places and create strange weather patterns. But the problem is, we simply do not know the cause of this. “Climate change” isn’t an explanation here or anywhere else; it’s merely a wonderfully broad phrase that is so broad it reduces to tautological non-explanation: the climate changes, “weather happens”; its only utility is for seeming like it’s an explanation while agendas are being driven through it by the truckload. Are such high pressure systems and their relative stability and motionlessness over time driven by some geophysical cause, and thus, is this a genuinely emergent stable pattern that we need to be concerned about? Or is the source “out there”, is it related to the magnetosphere? are these resonance or “blowback” effects from the use of CERN’s collider? Are such effects caused by ionospheric heaters? (and read Eastlund’s patents for HAARP sometime, where precisely such weather modification is proposed as one possible use of the technology).
My point in raising such questions and possibilities is to place them in the context of the anomalous things we saw in the northern California fires, and to raise a speculative possibility: it’s easy to talk about “climate change” when one controls the technology to do it. And it’s much easier to drive down real estate prices, and to drive people from their homes, and pick up assets on the cheap after a disaster such as this, when one has the technology to start the fires, and then to exacerbate the results by denying moisture to the situation by parking high pressure zones over the western US.