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God gave Noah the rainbow sign…. no more water, the fire next time.

December 8, 2017

NBC, CBS, CNN, LA Times, NY Times and the Washington Post all have extensive articles on the current 6 fires raging in California. With nearly 160,000 acres burned and close to 190,000 people forced out of their homes the 5,700 firefighters are currently dealing with an uphill battle to save homes in the path of the fires. Over the years I remember reading about other major California fires but the one thing that is different this time is no mention of how any of them was started!

In years gone by when hearing a television newscast or radio broadcast about a major fire it seemed to always start something like this…. The lightning started fire that is burning in LA or The man made 5,000 acre fire raging in Comely canyon was started when a camper or the shutdown of interstate 99 was caused when a truck flipped over and started a fire in the dry brush alongside the highway. But today after I did a google search for California fires and searched through three pages  I found…. not one reason for how any of the fires were started.

Now I can understand if we are dealing with one small fire but here we have six major fires causing tens of millions of dollars in damage and not one word about how they were started….? If one were a conspiracy nut one may look to say maybe a new terrorist threat as the cause of these fires. Why else would the hundreds of law enforcement officers involved be totally silent on the various fires causes? I mean fire as a weapon of terror is not new, the Japanese military had balloons equipped with incendiary devices that they were flying over to the West coast back in 1941.

Having isis or some splinter group or even an individual bent on terrorizing innocent people would surely see the benefit of using a forest fire as a form of terror. It requires no self sacrifice, no one would know who is starting the fires and it effects many thousands of innocent people. So for a media who was never shy about making false accusations why are they unusually silent on the cause of California’s fires.

It could be an act of mother nature
or an act of terror
either way
why is the media so quiet?

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. Jon permalink
    December 8, 2017 9:30 pm

    My wife & I had been wondering the same thing. Food for thought Pete.

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  2. December 9, 2017 4:54 am

    Because these fires are probably considered as “minor” by the authorities, not as dire as issues such as terrorist attacks and what not, that is why the media don’t report that much on it, and this showed the shifts in what people are caring about, how we’re caring more about things that may affect immediately like a terrorist threat, versus something that’s happening so far away from where we are, like a forest fire in another state.

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    • December 9, 2017 11:17 am

      With all due respect to your comment, I have to say I highly disagree. These fires are unlike anything in our recent history, as were the hurricanes. And they ARE affecting people immediately, just because it’s not affecting you personally is no reason to dismiss it as minor. Thousands of people are losing homes and property. Things are starting to pick up the pace in our world, and we can be certain it’s only gonna continue gaining speed.

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      • December 9, 2017 11:51 am

        ‘Leah’ you must have read my posting incorrectly for I am not belittling the suffering the people are enduring only pointing out that no news agency as of my search yesterday is reporting on the cause of the fires.

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  3. December 9, 2017 11:53 am

    No, I’m sorry, that comment was in reply to “taurusingemini”s comment.

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  4. December 9, 2017 11:54 am

    I agree with your post entirely

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  5. Fred permalink
    December 23, 2017 4:49 pm

    When I saw footage of the fires I got the feeling they were GODs warning to California. Yeah, I know…..weird….but that’s what I felt.

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