by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:
.. Well, the short answer to that question is, that someone has started them, according to this story about the Alberta fires shared by T.M.:
And then there’s this article about the Quebec fires shared by V.T.:
In the case of the second article, a gentleman is quoted who believes the fires are really all planned, and are all about a political, social, and cultural agenda:
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“This is planned, and I’ll tell you why it’s planned,” he continued. “They want to move people out of the countryside, into cities, then they want to lock ’em down in 15 minutes cities. How do you do that? Contaminate the air, contaminate the water, and so on.”
“This is all a ploy and a plan to get people into cities to implement their smart cities,” he added. “And it’s the only way they can control you. First, they have to go to digital currency and get you into smart cities. This is happening and this is real. This is evil. This is pure evil.”
The official line on how the wildfires in Canada started are that lightning strikes and unseasonably warm weather are to blame. There are many officials attempting to blame “climate change” for the wildfires.
As is to be expected, the army of climate hystericists is out in farce, claiming it was all because of human action:
The fires have already sparked a talking point among climate activists and politicians who claim without evidence that the wildfires have indirectly been caused by human activity. While others are much more accusatory in their linkage of human activity to the fires.
In answer to that claim, I rather suspect the exact opposite, that the fires, if the result of human action, as the result of the kind of human action that the Province of Alberta suspects: deliberate arson. In the case of Quebec, I do not know, as I’ve not been to that part of Canada, ever. I have been to the provinces from Manitoba westward to the Pacific Coast. But again, not in several decades. I did grow up in South Dakota, and while I did not grow up on a farm, I did see several controlled burn fires that farmers would occasionally set to burn underbrush in wooded areas, to control and minimize fire danger. It was common practice, and as far as I know, used to be common practice in fire-prone places like Nuttyfornia, until, of course, the environmental lobby got ahold of the issue, and banned it, making any fires that might break out even worse. Perhaps that is the case in Canada as well: it’s not human action, but rather, the lack of it, tending to the underbrush problem. I simply don’t know.
In any case, I am digressing from the main point of today’s blog, because like this Canadian gentleman, I strongly suspect that the fires in his country are more examples of “disaster capitalism,” deliberately created crises designed to clear people off land that one can then pick up on the cheap, or if not that, a “crisis of opportunity” that will be used and exploited to do the same thing. Whether deliberately set or not, the main story is not the fires themselves, but like the fires in California, who will ultimately come in to benefit? We’ve already seen Allstate and State Farm insurance refusing to underwrite new policies in that state, citing the unfriendly regulatory climate and their exposure to risk, and it’s clear in the case of State Farm that the nutty policies from the ruling uniparty there are the reasons.
The real question is whether or not those fires were planned. Alberta is looking for arsonists, having found no other explanation for the fires there. In the case of Quebec, the circumstances are even more fishy, if you ask me. There are videos out there right now that are showing the beginnings of several of the Quebec fires, and while Ottawa is saying that this was all due to lightning strikes, the video shows a curious thing: several of the fires appear to begin at exactly the same time, and over a fairly wide, but clustered area.