November 13, 2018
Updated November 14, 2018
Occupy Democrats Parody
It wasn’t long ago that California was suffering some of the worst fires in history. This years both ends of the State are setting brand new records in loss both in property and lives as whole towns are consumed by extremely hot and fast spreading wildfires.
The only thing spreading faster than these destructive fires are the lies told by Democrats to exploit the more common minds in an effort connect these events to man’s minor contribution to atmospheric CO2. Attention to the more plausible connections to activities of a certain quality of men remain largely unexamined. And it’s past time to offer those some attention.
I had personally heard first hand accounts of law enforcement dealing with perpetrators previously charged with arson driving about some key areas with a vehicle full of accelerants. These apparent on-the-ground cases of arsonists get precious little if any media attention. Meanwhile PG&E almost appears eager to accept responsibility for ignition by sparking power lines. Other stories concerning mysterious energy beams and inexplicably hot structure fires that appear to vaporize materials ranging from gun safes to brick fireplaces get ignored along with any accounts that cannot be easily ascribed to a natural event.
SGTReports on California Wild Fires:
PG&E made some real headlines when they almost gleefully accepted responsibility for the San Bruno fire of a few years ago. The epicenter of this explosive fire blamed on natural gas lines just happened to be right under a mother and daughter who just happened to be home to experience a rather instantaneous incineration. David Cay Johnston, author of “Read the Fine Print” makes passing mention of the fact that the adult victim was a whistle blower who was actively reporting against the utility monopoly’s on a little “accounting issue” that measured at or near a billion dollars.
Whereas I disagree with most of Mr. Johnston’s ideologically motivated conclusions that promote more State to “fix” the crony capitalism he blames unfairly on a free market, his research is still rather impressive and detailed. Another pearl of wisdom delivered in his book is that PG&E actually comes out ahead when they are successfully sued.
Assuming his research is correct, the utility company literally gets to pass 100% of any judgement to their customers through rate adjustments, but also receives a bonus in the form of a 10% commission. This implies that suing PG&E for a cool billion dollars nets out a one hundred million gain to the monopoly’s bottom line.
This begs the question as to whether they might desire ultimately to be found guilty of whatever harm done by gas explosions and wind whipped power lines tossing sparks to dry grass.
Of course connecting PG&E to dubious plots that might relate to Agenda 21 and other possible motives for removing whole neighborhoods and even whole cities from California’s map, seems less far fetched when you consider the government connected men who run their operation, and how they also played a key role in forcing so-called SmartMeters onto private property in spite of privacy and health concerns posed by customers.
And these meters were “sold” to the American public for a mere $500 per meter which, counting GAS and ELECTRIC, amounts to $1,000.00 per household that was at least rumored to come from TARP funds.
And of course they also take great delight in insulting customers with hate mail to admonish their best customers for using their product in a manner that they ignorantly decide is “irresponsible.”
But as with most dubious plots, there are often multiple players, and the Sierra Club also deserves some if not lots of credit. Their anti-American activities have been no big secret and it’s well established that they block communities from taking appropriate proactive measures in the realm of fire prevention and containment. Establishing fire lanes and cutting down underbrush sounds all the alarm bells and they’ll be there to stop, stifle or punish any responsible land management practices that historically kept our State safe from these kinds of fires.
So far we have a suspicious PG&E*, a hand full of ground level arsonists, and at least one dominant environmentalist group that definitely has blood on their hands.
The fourth suspect involves energy beams and I’ll leave that where the excellent SGT Reports left that in their presentation (linked above.) SGT also make an interesting case about how the UN Agenda 21 might benefit from fire terrorism that drives humanity out of their large rural estates and into densely populated urban areas that better mesh with a globalist vision of geographically limited human reservations.
Obviously the investigators have a job to do, but most are running theirs under the authority of the very officials that may just be either superficially or more directly involved in some nefarious business. And we can easily identify the biggest liars by their inane deflections about “Climate Change” to a mostly low information audience that’s all too eager to embrace the most feeble of explanations that they can in turn blame on Trump. This adds fuel the eternal fire of rage burning in the countless indoctrinated hoards of “Never Trumpers” while at the same time keeping them too distracted with hate to ask any of the appropriate questions.
*Note that PG&E employs many very fine Americans that work very hard in their respective roles ranging from crews to mid-level and upper-level management. Many are burdened with extreme work loads presently and some have also suffered losses in their own families due to the fires. The questions about PG&E’s possible role in nefarious activities raised here and by SGT Reports as a public-private entity are directed ONLY to top tier management and/or government agency accomplices.
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