Fires

  • DoggieDasher

    Member
    June 8, 2023 at 5:12 pm

    Yep – huge amount of our lumber is Canadian . A couple of years ago prices skyrocketed when several Canadian lumber yards mysteriously burned to the ground.

    • Njorun38

      Member
      June 9, 2023 at 1:35 am

      “Mysteriously”— we all know the climate is way too wet for forest fires in Canada, not like these. Firemen and women in these areas are trained to prepare for dumbasses with fireworks and drunk people making big bonfires, and fires in the city. They don’t have drybrush like in the southwest. Yeah Canada had less snow this year, but more rain, and the sap of these trees are so resistant to fires, on top of the wetness, that there’s NO WAY these were natural fires. These fires have everything to do with the train derailments, mark my words. This is covert warfare against the common people. This is what we bother prepping for.

    • Njorun38

      Member
      June 9, 2023 at 1:43 am

      And no, this wasn’t climate change. Climate change IS impacting things like the water table for clean well-water and farming, and making mosquitoes and “summer bugs” come out bigger and sooner with more viruses like zika. But it’s NOT causing forest fires in a wet zone. No fricken way. I know the climate is way too wet and the trees way too resistant for that, even with changes in the climate.

  • FaithK

    Member
    June 8, 2023 at 6:31 pm

    How about this. Weather patterns are being affected seriously by the smoke and heat.

    And… There’s video of the day the fires in southern Quebec started. They started in many places, many many miles apart, very literally simultaneously. Dutchsinse posted it one evening, and was like, WTF is happening? You can see the smoke at each starting at exactly the same moment… on a clear blue day.

    • Njorun38

      Member
      June 9, 2023 at 1:41 am

      Did you see the fireball drones being dropped in Quebec? It was on purpose.

    • Njorun38

      Member
      June 9, 2023 at 1:48 am

      Even more curiously, the air quality index in Quebec today is almost perfect, below 50, WELL below 50, while rural areas in the United States in the northeast are getting hit the hardest with the smoke with air quality nearing 200, and it’s the smallest populations, not the cities, being most forcibly evacuated. It just happened to be timed at the perfect moment Quebec had 20mph winds blowing south. Quebec is the most likely place to defect in Canada, with more people there wanting a free republic of their own, a French-speaking zone apart from the rest of Canada and Britain politically. Always has had elements of that even if not the majority— it might become the majority soon with the insanity going on. In Northern US, it’s the rust belt and rural northern towns most likely to defect from the Democrat establishment, wanting the poor and working class and farmers to be treated better. There’s NO WAY it’s a coincidence that these areas were targeted, any more than it’s a coincidence the train derailments happening in the rust belt.

  • Njorun38

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    June 9, 2023 at 1:40 am

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  • BiggKidd

    Member
    June 9, 2023 at 2:33 am

    I think a few of you are right on the money and I agree warfare is being waged on many fronts and this is another. The poor air quality and lack of sunshine are really noticeable even way down here in southern Virginia.

    • Unknown Member

      Member
      June 9, 2023 at 2:47 am

      They blue beamed it just like CA, so they say..😬

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