This week's "inbox" was full of articles that people sent to me about all the fires raging in the world's forests and jungles, and the narratives accompanying them, from the forests of Siberia and California to the jungles of Brazil and the Congo. The real question is ... why? We'll get back to that, but first, here's a sampling of just some of the articles I've received. For example, G.B. sent this one along:

Bolsonaro Admits Farmers May Have Started Amazon Wildfires, Warns World Not To Interfere

And in case you missed it, get a load of the "narrative" here:

As the outcry over the wildfires currently tearing through the Amazon intensifies, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro admitted on Thursday that farmers might be illegally setting fires to clear land for pasture, after previously blaming NGOs for the the 85% spike in wildfires, compared to 2018 Reuters reports.


But he warned outsiders not to interfere, as French President Emmanuel Macron insisted that the situation in Brazil should be discussed by the G-7 in Biarritz this weekend, while UN Secretary General Antonio Gutterres expressed concern about the fires via Twitter. Macron called the fires "an international crisis" in a tweet.

As the article goes on to note, there was even an amount of encouragement from the Brazilian government for farmers to initiate controlled burns as a part of a plan to utilize the Amazon basin for mining and agriculture.  But as G.B. pointed out in the email accompanying the article, farmers do controlled burns all the time without starting major conflagrations, though sometimes accidents do happen. Rather, what's more intriguing is President Bolsonaro's warning to the rest of the world not to "interfere." It's rather as if he does not want anyone looking too closely at whatever is going on. We'll get back to that "whatever" in a moment too. For the record, however, I too thought the same thing as G.B. when I first heard about these fires, coming so quickly after the fires started in Siberia, due to lightning strikes.

G.B. and several others people also sent along this article:

The "Lungs Of The Earth" Are Being Burned Away As Unprecedented Wildfires Absolutely Ravage The Planet

One comment in this article sums it up very aptly:

I know that this number is hard to believe, but there have been more than 72,000 wildfires in Brazil so far in 2019, and most of those fires are happening in the Amazon rainforest.  I understand that many of you may not care what happens in Brazil, but you should.  Approximately 60 percent of the entire Amazon rainforest is in Brazilian territory, and that rainforest produces approximately 20 percent of all the oxygen in our atmosphere.  So essentially the “lungs of the Earth” are being burned away right in front of our eyes

The fires are burning at the highest rate since the country’s space research center, the National Institute for Space Research (known by the abbreviation INPE), began tracking them in 2013, the center said Tuesday.

There have been 72,843 fires in Brazil this year, with more than half in the Amazon region, INPE said. That’s more than an 80% increase compared with the same period last year.

The Amazon is often referred to as the planet’s lungs, producing 20% of the oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere.

An eighty percent increase of fires in the Amazon basin this year over last year? In addition to being very suspect, we're to blame "the little guy", the farmers, for this? If that's the case, then why didn't controlled burns by farmers ignite a conflagration much earlier? Like G.B., I suspect that the finger pointing is meant to deflect attention from something else. Again, we'll get back to that. The second article goes on to note the burning of forests in Alaska, Greenland(!), and elsewhere. You can add Canada, the Congo, to that list. Indeed, C.M. spotted this article about Angola and the Congo, and the fires there and the areas affected are larger than in Brazil!

More Wildfires Are Burning In Angola & Congo Than Brazil

Make no mistake about it, this is an environmental crisis, for with far fewer plants cycling carbon dioxide back into oxygen, the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increases, yielding the standard global warming paradigm.

So, add it all up, in the last year or so we've seen major fires in: (1) Russia (Siberia), (2) Brazil (the Amazon basin), (3) Canada, (4) Alaska, (5) Greenland(!), (6) Angola, (7) The Congo, and of course (8) Nuttyfornia. Can fires start by lightning strikes or controlled burns that run amok? Absolutely they can.  But what I'm not buying - call me crazy as I head toward the end of the twig of high octane speculation once again - is the idea that all these fires, within more or less a short period of time, and covering such vast swaths of land, are all due to "the little guy" or mere accident. When one has been spraying heavy metal particulates into the atmosphere for years, then that in itself becomes an addition of combustible material to land all over the world, and the lightning strike can start a fire which will quickly get out of control. Indeed, I've speculated previously that weather - which would include lightning - has been weaponized, and we might be looking at something far more sinister than just controlled burns by farmers. We might, in short, be looking at geophysical warfare taking place right before our eyes, and hence President Bolsonaro's warning to the rest of the world not to "interfere." Indeed, if my speculation is the case, then the last thing Mr. Globaloney would want are people going to Angola, The Congo, or the Amazon Basin and talking to eyewitnesses about what they've seen and experienced. It might lead to evidence of "anomalies" of a very unnatural character that accompanied the fires in Nuttyfornia.

But there is one bright spot in all this smoky darkness, because judging from the comments from people in their emails who sent me these and similar articles, more and more people are waking up to the possibility that these conflagrations might not be entirely natural.

See you on the flip side...



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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. TRM on September 3, 2019 at 9:55 pm

    The area being burnt is normal or even below. It is the number of fires that makes me suspicious. Add in the “don’t interfere” comment and I think at least 1/4 to 1/3 are done intentionally for other reasons.

    I mean you don’t want interference when things are going according to plan but you would welcome help if it was a true emergency.

  2. Robert Barricklow on September 1, 2019 at 11:16 am

    They can’t seem to find/locate
    the disaster capitalism sweet spot for Hurricane Dorian.
    So many sweet spots;
    but only one hurricane at a time.

    • goshawks on September 2, 2019 at 12:27 am

      An interesting article from ZeroHedge along those lines:
      “Hurricane Dorian was headed straight for Trump’s Mar-a-Lago and made a mysterious turn away at the last moment, headed straight for no where land South Carolina. Hmm… Those of you who have been following us for years know we believe in a phrase actually coined by psychologist Carl Jung: ‘There are no accidents’.”
      “Those from East Coast South Florida know one simple fact: Hurricanes are a boost for the real estate markets. … The weather has become a boost for the economy. We’ve reached the point in American Capitalism that we need to bomb our own dilapidated towns in order to rebuild them. It’s good for jobs, it’s good for the stock market, it’s good for America!”

  3. maup on August 29, 2019 at 8:13 am

    Ha all,

    A you tube from Paraguay (Germans !!! hahahahah)
    no forest fire in to see


  4. Geraldo Lino on August 28, 2019 at 12:18 pm

    For those who are interested in the Amazon Rainforest, I wrote this article in English:

  5. BetelgeuseT-1 on August 27, 2019 at 11:47 pm

    Perhaps the “wild fires” are comparable to the fire that damaged the Notre Dame. I only made this connection because of that comment by Macron (him, of all people).
    First you gut what you want to take over, then you offer the money to do so.
    Yep, Disaster Fascism at work.

  6. Pierre on August 27, 2019 at 11:16 pm

    ghee I thought the oceans were half the lungs of the world, the pacific being the largest one, now dead or on its last legs (fins)… per Kevin Blanch dead tide pools youtube videos for 5 years now, worst each year, if going from 90% dead to 99% dead is something to mourn more for. Ocean there is see through, like fresh water dams, like no little lung critters.
    aerosol trails – turning the earth into a giant Hindenberg blimp.

  7. Richard on August 27, 2019 at 1:56 am

    Been watching some of the hype, drama, and several up high views where the smoke begets fires.

    One of the things that those southern fires are currently doing is exposing vast land swathes to visual reconnaissance as well as forcing people movement from the foothills and valleys. No revelations there. Another major impact is that those fires are potentially causing massive insect, plant, and wildlife extinctions the further north they go as they encroach into once habitable areas and eventually the Amazon River proper. Given how they’ve seemed to have begun near the western foothill areas of Brazil and mostly eastern Bolivia, and into Paraguay, Uruguay, and over to Argentina, one could easily suspect that not only are mining operations being setup but so is an easy routing of materials toward the southern Atlantic ports getting cleared. The eastern mountains seemed to have followed in step even at one time showing up as a sudden circular outline of small fires around northern Paraguay and Argentina. Some of that might sound like some of your extended twig stuff but given how involved China and Iran are in Latin America one is not so sure about coincidental lightning strikes, the locals building a farm, or natural causes as prime motivators for the fires, especially, where mining and agricultural plans are considered.

    One of the other things about those regions, especially, the southern Brazilian borders, were the staging areas for Antarctic missions of the past and probably still are. One wonders about any new alternatives for supply routing for missions of the southern areas in general. One can vaguely recall several stories (maybe from you or R Dolan or C High or someone) from the locals in Paraguay, or maybe they were in Uruguay, of how the local business operators knew there were increasing activities and mission-oriented supplies and personnel getting routed through those countries. The locals new when the shipments increased in short order. They also know the quirks of that terrain well. Their livelihoods depend on knowing it.

    At any rate, it’s likely to have multifaceted / multinational scenarios hidden within as well as narratives spun for cover stories to detract interest just as there are state sponsored groups throughout Latin America, at least, by one known state sponsor of terrorism. Very subversive and meant to be quiet until BANG!, no doubt. The mountain regions are likely areas under some kind of debt-trap scheme by you-know-who and other thug groups and areas loaned under training for infiltration purposes by you-know-who headed toward that northern certain southern border. Old news to some folks, but still, very busy. There’s also the potential of some old business affiliates still in the region from a much earlier time before the two front runners today showed up. Some of their tactics even resemble each other as if dogged strategists got together and plotted mayhem and havoc through passively removing unwanted persons, plants, and animals.

    There is one thing that lots’n’lots of smoke does – It clears the mosquitoes, flies, and more importantly and unfortunately from an agricultural frame of reference, it also clears the needed pollinators away in its downwind path out in a big hurry. Another is that it shades parts of the planet much like fine volcanic ash does from stratovolcanoes blasting it high and wide with the winds. Those volcano blasts in the past yielded cooler temperatures for several years after also contributing toward that recorded “mini ice age” just a few centuries ago. This much has been found out with ice core sampling even if one wasn’t there to record the local stories of waves and ash cascades across the sea and a missing island afterward in one area.

    Won’t want to be there when the rains return in earnest as the mud slides and soggy earthen waves down the foothills provide one heck of a slippery slope not to mention the contamination into ordinarily fresh river flows to the sea. How the fires seemed to have spread follow an unusual foothill terrain. Down slopping winds point the direction of later refinery and combustion smoke from factories. Such a passive way to move things with legs and wings.

  8. marcos toledo on August 26, 2019 at 7:27 pm

    Who are the paymasters of our elites and why do they want most of us dead? This all guilt theater and we the useless eaters should all say in unison it’s my fault and kill ourselves and go to hell the sign over gates will read WORK WILL MAKE YOU FREE.

  9. maup on August 26, 2019 at 4:14 pm

    Ha All ,

    Here a good site , so you can make op your one mind
    wat is going on with the climate / wether,-4.22,671/loc=-60.250,-19.352


  10. Sandygirl on August 26, 2019 at 2:10 pm

    This guy makes the case of the 11 year Sun cycle and solar maximum and minimum cycles being the cause of temperature change – C02 levels are not the causation. Humans only cause 4% of C02 emissions leaving earth.

  11. Robert Barricklow on August 26, 2019 at 11:32 am

    Leaderships fiddle
    while Earth burns?

    Take a deep breath, it may be your last.
    Pretty soon, our fearless[more like clueless] leadership
    will be calling workers: useless breathers.

    Does being an Earthling require a follow the leader mentality? Or, is it that being a Robot requires a programmed, beyond-stupid-loyalty, to one’s slave masters?

    Lemmings will soon be recognizable
    by their shortness of breath.

    21st Century’s Big Brother Theme song:
    I’ll be watching you,
    every breath you take…
    every move you make…
    every bond you break…
    every step you take…

    At least until your programmed last breath.
    21st Century obsolete humans
    will not be starved for food; but for breath?

  12. Kelly Em on August 26, 2019 at 11:12 am

    the earth is 38% more verdant due to CO2 levels rising. Perhaps some conflagrating is due to more oxygen being available… Also, I saw that article about fires being below normal and it rang true. Lastly, none of the pictures show the actual size of the individual fires. But still, disaster capitalism being what it is, it could be a result of all three.

  13. WalkingDead on August 26, 2019 at 9:55 am

    Revelation 8:7 “The first angel sounded, and there followed hail and fire mingled with blood, and they were cast upon the earth: and the third part of trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up.”
    We are technologically capable of bringing about everything mentioned in Revelation. Maybe this is the plan in order to bring about their NWO and their “Messiah” they so desperately seek.
    Another way of looking at this would be if you knew a mini ice age was approaching, adding a little smoke to the upper atmosphere along with all the geoengineering and volcanic activity, just might speed things up a bit. All those underground facilities world wide are being built for a reason.
    It could also be just plain greed on the elites part. Burn the forests, and grab the resources while they can; the rest of the planet be danged. The same reason the Mexican drug cartels ordered 25.75 tons of Fentanyl from China; enough to kill everyone on the entire planet. Covert warfare for fun and profit.
    It’s fairly obvious they care little what happens to the “useless eaters” and simply desire we vanish in whatever way possible as long as their profits improve.
    How do you contemplate the minds and motivations of those who have essentially lost their humanity?

  14. guitardave on August 26, 2019 at 6:24 am

    When i read…
    ” Macron called the fires “an international crisis” in a tweet.”

    My Muse laughed and said, “Oh the lady do protesteth too much!”
    A persons whose country is on fire with yellow-vested flames, is feigning such deep concern, “for the planet”….i ain’t buying it. Had a thought that maybe their concern is what burning off the jungle “cover” will expose…things that change history ….like the stuff underwater off the one end of Cuba….
    Also, astrologically speaking, we’re in a time ‘uncovering and exposing’ lots of ‘tower moments’ and such…

    • zendogbreath on August 27, 2019 at 12:00 am

      Yep. Macron’s gonna have to just raise that fuel tax afterall and that little girl who protests by not going to school because the earth is dying in 12 years can go back to school. And Al Gore can fly his private jet into to Paris to celebrate while Macron cuts completely paid for pensions – er – underfunded entitlements.

  15. sagat1 on August 26, 2019 at 5:43 am

    Yes, Goshawks you pipped me to your contrary view poin as referenced in the link below. The MSM love the idea of running with this doom and gloom scaremongering story without presenting actual facts as it’s all part of the ‘carbon meme’ that’s being so heavily pushed. After all, there are taxes to be made from it through guilt alone.

  16. goshawks on August 26, 2019 at 5:39 am

    Jim Stone has a ‘contrary’ view on the size of the Brazil forest fires:
    “Fires in Brazil are Normal this Year:

    Earlier, I posted that the fires in Brazil were not doom. At that time, I did not realize that they were actually slightly below normal compared to previous years. Here is what happened:

    NASA posted a picture of the fires in Brazil that looked doomy, and they did not clarify the fact that the fires were actually normal to below average this year. Then, the MSM decided to hop on the topic due to the doomy-looking picture, and they dredged up tons of Amazon fire pics from previous years – all the way back to 2003 – and said they are happening now. So, the topic took off huge. And now, NASA has come out and said, ‘Wait a minute; these fires this year are not out of the ordinary.’ I figured they might be above average but was not concerned. As it turns out, they fell within the low side of average. … No Amazon Doom.”

    I tend to place the levels of forest fire in the world at the feet of population growth. Accidentally or on-purpose, more people will invariably mean more land will be cleared. This is one of the unsung “elephants in the room” which no one likes to talk about…

    • WalkingDead on August 26, 2019 at 2:13 pm

      If you do the math, assume a family size of 3-4, you could conceivably fit everyone on the planet within the state of Alaska, if it were flat, on 2-4 acres of land, leaving the rest of the planet uninhabited. I don’t really buy into the Earth is too populated agenda just yet. It’s how you use the available land that truly matters.
      There are those who desire to own it all and the rest of us. The real question is why are we allowing them to think that way and get away with it.

      • WalkingDead on August 26, 2019 at 3:09 pm

        More from J. Stone:
        “The forests have been getting burned away for agriculture for 2, 000+ years, and some of the civilizations that did it were amazing. They did not build those pyramids in with the army ants and vines, they were totally clear and open. Here is the process: They burn the forest. They plant crops for 5 – 10 years. The abandon the land because it is not fertile and the forest takes it back to total jungle in a short time. Birds pooping seeds can do a LOT. They burn new forest to clear it for agriculture. Rinse, repeat, return in 200 years and burn it all over again when the land is fresh enough to use again.
        The worst forest burners were the Aztecs Incas and Mayas. The forest got through it. Leftists probably know this, but a carbon tax is a carbon tax. Where money talks, the truth often walks.”

        • Robert Barricklow on August 26, 2019 at 7:34 pm

          Or, it turns to desert; bleached dry of life by pesticides & chemicals. The biological microbes of Earth’s healthy soils; decimated by an educated army of technological, richly succe$$ful, robotic dumbbells. All of whom have bought into the story of Earth as a dead rock; instead of a vast living treasure of life, that is…
          real wealth.

          • BetelgeuseT-1 on August 27, 2019 at 11:33 pm

            rb, well said.
            This is the difference with the farming practices of today and those of the past.
            Brazil is one of the highest users of pesticides today, courtesy of meddling by large foreign agri-business interests.
            Agri-business interests that Bolsonaro has no intention of scaling back. On the contrary, being the US stooge that he is, there can be little doubt companies like Bayer-Monsanto will have free reign to more or less do as they please.
            On that account, there may be some truth to these increased fires after all.

      • Bluenose on August 26, 2019 at 6:56 pm

        Hear Hear!

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