J.D. shared this story about the fires in Australia, and in a week where the consuming interest has been the corona virus, I thought it would be best to concentrate on another tragedy as people and firefighters in that country are dealing with lose of property, homes, friends and loved ones.

While I normally do not post nor review videos, the scenes in this video and the descriptions in the accompanying article and testimonies are chilling; one literally is surrounded by an apocalypse of fires. Additionally, J.D. pointed out in the accompanying email that one has to study to the firefighters' comments carefully. I'll be getting back to that in a moment, but first, the videos and the article:

Black Summer Their survival videos were watched over 53 million times.

Now, if you watched some of those videos, I suspect that you, like me, were stunned into a kind of horrified silence. For me it was particularly poignant; one of my good friends and housemates at Oxford was Australian, as are many of the regular  contributors and members of this website. In fact, I watched some of the videos twice or even three times, the first time with sound, and then with the audio off. One thing struck me as I did so, and it may have struck many of you as well, and that was the speed at which these fires moved. One moment, people were having a normal day, the next moment they were surrounded and engulfed in an apocalypse of fast-moving fires, and then, the next moment, the fires were gone, along with houses and sentimental memories.

That brings me to a couple of remarks in the accompanying article that caught my eye. The first of these are these comments:

The ferocious fire front passed within minutes and daylight returned.

When Peter and his sons came out of the house, they saw widespread destruction of the farm and equipment.

Then there was this:

Eighty-kilometre-per-hour gusts sent flames roaring over the top of a river towards them.

And later in the article there is this observation from one of the firefighters:

“The speed and the ferocity of the fire … was three or four times what we’d seen before,” (firefighter) Simon said.

Granted, natural fires can and do move quickly, but when firefighters themselves are pointing out unusual speed and ferocity, it makes one wonder. Indeed, as I watched these videos, I was struck by the similarity to videos taken by fire victims in California. In one instance recorded in the accompanying article, the brakes on one firetruck failed because they had melted.

As they were heading out through the fires, they heard a frantic radio message from the another fire truck further back in the convoy.

“The truck is dead, the truck is dead.”

The brakes on the other truck had melted and the crew were stranded.

This odd statement recalls the strange pictures from the various California fires, of melted wheel rims and engine blocks in cars, while the rest of the vehicle, including its paint, were relatively unscathed.

But if this catalogue of strangeness isn't enough, there's another category of statements in the article that give me pause, statements such as this:

Madeleine described the experience as a turning point.

“This bushfire season has taught me that this might become our new reality,” she said.

She isn’t the only one concerned about the future.

East Gippsland teenager India also wonders what life will be like in years to come.

“Having to fight, and replant, and watch the land around us grow back, and then it all to be destroyed again by the fires?” she said.

Fires are a reality in Australia, as they are in California and elsewhere. But what strikes me as very odd is the expectation that they "might become our new reality," almost as if to say that one might have to pencil them in on one's schedule. It seems like a backhanded way of admitting that there was something highly unusual about the latest round in Australia, like there was with the latest round in California.

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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. Robert Barricklow on February 12, 2020 at 3:32 pm

    The real money behind “the Green Revolution”

  2. Robert Barricklow on February 10, 2020 at 7:29 pm

    The climate militia wants to get used to a lonely green future w/o your furry friends.

    This is their mentality on ALL fronts: inhuman.

  3. LSM on February 10, 2020 at 2:05 pm

    an aspect to consider: if people were really fighting for their lives/existences who took the time to film all of this?- don’t you think the victims had enough to do fighting the real fires let alone taking the time to FILM them?-

    so who was filming this?-

    please consider/ take note of that concept-

    there’s something fishy here…

    Larry in Germany

  4. Miguel Oniga on February 10, 2020 at 6:54 am

    That’s really State.

  5. Waterbug on February 9, 2020 at 3:20 pm

    Janet is from the Netherlands and her research is outstanding. Her excellent work commenced with crop circles and blossomed from that point around 10 years ago. It’s quite remarkable all the dots she connects for you to discern…and primarily made the documentary to benefit Americans so they don’t drop the ball.

    After you watch it once, suggest you do it a second time.  You’ll be shocked to see what you missed on the first go. I know I missed quite a bit. It starts off with the California fires and you will observe the same technology was used Baghdad Airport, Oklahoma City and car park around 5 blocks North of Twin Towers; NYC

    The Fall of the Cabal (1) Documentary by award winning researcher Janet Ossebaard.

    Part 1: THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO HMMMMM… Beginning the search for the Truth, Left & Right in politics, Wikileaks, the inauguration of Donald J. Trump, and the birth of the Q-phenomenon… English spoken Part 1 of 10
    13 minutes in length

    USE THIS LINK FOR PART 1 – 295 views 2/6/20 and 7375 views as of 2/9/20

    [This is ALSO Part 1 – YouTube NOW requires you to sign in to watch.
    Click the above link AND to hell with YT
    6,637 views as of Feb 4, 2020
    •Premiered Jan 24, 2020]

    memento futuro 1 week ago
    Outstanding work! Thank you, Janet Ossebaard for your dedication and hard work for all these years. It takes great courage to put yourself out there and make a stand for humanity and a new way of life, especially when it means sharing unpleasant and dangerous secrets. The cliffhangers made sure I am still balancing on the edge of my seat now. I say: Bring on the next parts!

    Fall Cabal
    Thank you so much for your wonderful and uplifting words….


    No. 2

    No. 3

    No. 4

    No. 5

    No. 6

    No. 7

    No. 8
    Freeze this at 17:40 seconds to read names.

    No. 9
    If any of the links are too disturbing, keep in mind Nos. 9 and 10 will lift your spirits. The Pope picks our Presidents for his corporation. President Trump was not his choice therefore hated by the Democrats, was impeached in addition to multiple assassination attempts. Enjoy the Documentary and please offer prayers for award winning researcher Janet Ossebaard safety.

    No. 10

    NEW POSTS WILL BE AT THIS LINK, if any are made

    • zendogbreath on February 10, 2020 at 1:28 am

      Started part 7. Part 5 is already taken down apparently. Doc posted some decent writing about Q. It has been awhile. If Q is just another psyop like a giant version of Foster Gamble’s Thrive, one has to hand it to them for comprehensive catalogueing skills. So far the only hole I see is in using a news article about Sasha Baron Cohen as though he’s a good guy. Watch his speech to ADL recently. Meanwhile, wow.

    • zendogbreath on February 11, 2020 at 1:39 am

      Wow Waterbug. So much for my past comments here on Giza that the Dutch royals had stayed above the fray in the last few years of pedo mess.

      Um. Yeh. It may be all one big Judas goat sheep herding into the slaughter house. Thats one elaborate and long term psyop either way. And either way what are folk like us going to do about it and/or with it?

      This feels a much more plausible and similar version of Foster Gamble’s Thrive. He is so Blavatsky connected it’s hard to avoid feeling recruited to ponerology as he openly did in the end.

      Perhaps proof will be in how clean these Q folk come. More than just who and how many baddies get brought out. How bout how much better life gets for everyone? That is how we will know.

      It does seem hard to trust established cabalists to end the cabal. Or to take the cabal back underground again. Getting more and more of a Childhood’s End feel here.

    • zendogbreath on February 11, 2020 at 1:44 am

      Btw, how do we get a look at part 5? And more to the point, how did she get this out at all let alone the beautifully. That Led Zeppelin symphonic background during her mounting chaos summary was genius and scary given Page and Plant’s history. Which one bought Crowely’s house?

      All the same. Thank you.

  6. Robert Barricklow on February 8, 2020 at 11:18 pm

    Chemtrails are a big part of these global fires.
    As TPTB now try to normalize weird cloud formations.

    More In-Your-Faces-Stupid headlines and stories.
    Even using click bate headlines.
    Are there any internet news sites that aren’t
    chasing eyeballs w/devious methods and/or cheap shots?

  7. Loxie Lou Davie on February 8, 2020 at 8:10 pm

    As Mike Morales of Above Ground World News keeps pointing out every night, this entire “scheme” has been in the works for a loooooong time!! Last night he played a video of a plane in 1923……yes….23(!) dropping a “fog curtain” which would shield a ship from being seen.

    I would see part of the problem as being that we humans have been trained very well to be obedient sheep, never suspecting that those in power would do anything to hurt us. It is my opinion that our own “religions” have helped steer things in that direction… know…..we must “be nice”…..turn the other cheek, etc.

    This attitude has lent itself to the brash, gangster type loud mouths taking over our very governance. We have been TOO TRUSTING & haven’t known how to ask the right questions to even KNOW what has been going on around us!!!

    Yes, there has been an Awakening……let’s hope it is not too late to save our very existence!!! IMO, there has been a concerted effort to take down our country from the INSIDE & it has almost succeeded!!! That is scary!!!

    • zendogbreath on February 8, 2020 at 8:12 pm


  8. zendogbreath on February 8, 2020 at 7:56 pm

    If this are all arms of the globalist’s octopi, then here is another we had not considered yet:

    Posted on Doc’s last Coronavirus post.

    Did anyone consider Force Majeure?
    Coronavirus: “To Really Destroy the USA, Just Stop Sending…”

    Bezos sold 3.5B in shares of Amazon?
    China makes 97% of USSA antibiotics?
    China makes 80% of USSA pharma ingredients?

  9. Richard on February 8, 2020 at 5:56 am

    Fires on such large scale and ferocity are indeed destructive. Learning effective land management skills that deter the above mentioned seems in order. If the Pine tree has adapted to promote its seedlings by dropping its seeds from its pine-cones after a fire has raged through under its branches, one is confident humankind can do the same – Manage the aftermath and adapt to even deter the loss that out of control fire brings.

    That there are incidents of high strangeness deserves further investigations.

    • zendogbreath on February 8, 2020 at 8:04 pm

      Have you seen previous posts with Aussies ranting about being forced to not work and protect their land? Being forced to not fire break? Being fined off their own land for managing appropriately for fire?

      • Joseph P. Farrell on February 9, 2020 at 6:34 pm

        Do send me a link Zendog…

        • zendogbreath on February 9, 2020 at 11:08 pm

          So far this is what I found. Max does a fair job. He and liabilitymate have outlined how this drought is manufactured and fires are dew driven. Somewhere in past posts I am looking for links to farmers complaining. You and I both wish I was more like Goshhawks and his amazing reference system.

          zendogbreath says
          January 27, 2020 at 11:36 pm

          Max Igan on Australia. Surprised I missed this one until now.

          Max Igan. Australia – Wake Up Or Die! – MAKE THIS VIRAL!

          • Robert Barricklow on February 9, 2020 at 11:54 pm

            The best video I’ve seen in sometime.
            This is writ large across the globe.
            Coming soon to your neck of the woods.
            Thanks for the link ZDB!

        • zendogbreath on February 9, 2020 at 11:26 pm

          As the man says its been done by design.

  10. Freefall on February 8, 2020 at 1:01 am

    I have a nephew who has just returned from fighting fires on Kangaroo Island and prior to that .. the infernos in New South Wales .. Firefighters are currently being treated for Post Traumatic Stress (and rightfully so) .. Many many seasoned members of firefighting crews have made such statements as these .. “It was like fighting demons” .. “Never seen ANYTHING like it EVER” .. “It was as if IT was alive .. had a mind of ITS own and was ready to devour EVERYTHING” .. “Even the AIR was on fire” .. “Never thought I would be confronted by anything SO powerful and deadly” .. “Dying and dead animals EVERYWHERE” .. “You could smell death for hundreds of miles” .. “Whatever THIS was .. it was NOT natural” .. I could go on and on and on .. A terrifying and devastating start 2020 .. No doubt about it ..

    • zendogbreath on February 8, 2020 at 8:02 pm

      Think these veterans will be given the same voice that the NYFD got after 2001?

    • DanaThomas on February 11, 2020 at 2:35 am

      “Fighting demons” – interesting remark.

  11. zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 11:40 pm

    Regarding brakes melting. Commerciak driving experience: think Harry Chapin 30000 pounds of bananas. In stressful driving especially in hilly terrain, airbrake systems can easily overheat and melt.

    In terms of more suspect causes, another commenter brought up recently how plasma can come up out of the earth as well as down from the sky. Naturally and artificially. Visibly in glow might aka lightning or invisibly at a slightly less dense energy level.

    • zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 11:42 pm

      Commercial or maybe commerciak is more suitable.

      Also that was glow mode on the plasma.

    • goshawks on February 8, 2020 at 9:21 pm

      I do wonder about the brakes melting “as they were heading out through the fires.” In my humble opinion, there are more-vulnerable components that could fail due to heat. My thought would be that the tubes conveying the hydraulic fluid would soften and then fail. After a few pumpings of the brake pedal, the braking would ‘fail’.
      “The brake fluid is stored in the master cylinder and is transferred from the master cylinder to the brake calipers via the brake lines when the brake pedal is pushed. This pressure forces the calipers to clamp down on the brakes and, in turn, slow and stop the car.”

      If someone later retrieved the vehicle and inspected the brakes, the burning of the leaked hydraulic fluid and tubes could present the appearance of “melted brakes” (assuming the intensity of the fire did not melt the brakes on the stopped vehicle).

      (All of the above does not contravene the hypothesis that the fires were ‘helped along’.)

      • zendogbreath on February 9, 2020 at 12:05 pm

        This is true to a degree on cars and light duty trucks. Most commercial vehicles we see (especially fire trucks) are much heavier. They require air ride and air brake systems. It’s quite a bit more cost. The vehicles last 2 to 5 times longer. All tractor trailer semi trucks you see are so equipped. And most of those air lines are rubber or rubber with braided steel sheathing.

        (It took me 10 years before my old bosses let me specify our new buses at the blood center. They are now buying air brake and air ride 40′ bluebirds. The old bluebirds fell apart at 10 years / 100k miles. It took me driving a 19 year old air equipped bluebird we bought used before they believed me.)

        On hydraulic equipped vehicles, the brake lines are almost all metal lines with compression fittings. Also those brake calipers are open (or off) when the hydraulic fluid is not pressurized (or pressed against the brake system).

        In air brake systems, the brake calipers are spring clamped shut when the system is not pressurized. With no pressure supplied to the air lines from the compressor to the brakes, the brakes are fully applied. In other words without sufficient air pressure, every brake on every wheel is locked. It’s a big deal to break a line in a moving vehicle. It takes 1 to 3 seconds, but when the line fails, the brakes apply themselves. Completely.

        I learned to drive airbrakes when I was a younger foolisher person. So of course at some point when I was alone I got a CTA bus up to 30mph and released all pressure. It used to be hard for me to imagine the traction a 20 ton vehicle has when all wheels on clean dry pavement stop turning. Put it this way. In 30 years I only did that once. And I really want to do it again. Pretty sure I won’t.

        So in air equipped vehicles (the vast majority of fire equipment), applying the brake pedal releases a small amount of air. That release of air allows the springs to close the brakes in proportion to the pedal pressure. Jam the pedal down and all air to the springs is released and they clamp the brakes full on. This allows much higher loads on to the brakes. This also increases all stressors on the brakes, including heat.

        So drivers in hill country are trained to keep off the brakes and use engine and trans to control speed. Hence Harry Chapin’s 30000 pounds of bananas. That driver did not have his vehicle in a low enough gear when he started a long descent down a mountain. When he did realize his mistake, he didn’t have brakes enough to slow it down enough to catch a lower gear.

        As I understand it that song was based on a true story (more like many true stories). What those drivers experienced was initially that their brakes worked. As they continued to apply them, the heat built and the components softened and the driver felt a progressively mushier pedal – until he felt no response to his pedal at all.

        I have experienced hydraulic brake failures on a hydraulic equipped 20 ton bus. That was a bad day. I have never experienced an air brake failure. The midwest is mostly flat and I do not ride my brakes (thank you Smith Systems). These facts are a large part of how I convinced my bosses to let me specify our buses with air ride and air brakes.

        • zendogbreath on February 9, 2020 at 12:11 pm

          With all that being said, my bet is those Aussie lads were stressed and driving in hilly terrain and not paying much attention to how hard and how often they were using their brakes. And their environment was not letting their brakes cool. If the heat did melt or burn their lines (entirely likely if not inevitable), then they would not have called in to say their brakes were failing. It would have been sudden and they would have only spoken past tense. More likely the pads and discs and drums literally melted from overuse and they felt the mush first which allowed them to call and complain. In that case, when those components did melt, there was nothing holding that vehicle back – much like Harry Chapin’s friend. Bad day. Those lads were lucky if they were walking after that.

          • justawhoaman on February 9, 2020 at 6:25 pm

            My Freightliner hadn’t been used for a year when someone decided to drive it 100 miles to haul horses. The brakes didn’t release due to hill country heat and bursts of rain so after about 40 miles, the brakes started to heat up and melted the caps on the wheel bearings causing all the fluid to leak out. We could smell the burning fluid and brakes (riding in another vehicle and freaking out about it). There was no brake fluid or wheel bearings on one wheel by the time we got (the idiot) Freightliner to stop. Everything is air ride, and air brakes on the Freightliner. My point is that it might not have just been the brakes but if the bearing caps melted off, like mine did, it might have seemed like the brakes melted… OR, like California, they should have been glad it was only the metal brake lines, not the entire vehicle that melted.

            Oh, and living in the Adirondacks on a 10% grade, a young guy in a semi-truck and trailer did not slow down enough at the top of the hill and when he hit the T-intersection at the bottom, was going fast enough without brakes that he became airborne off the 12′ drop but was incredibly lucky and managed to land about 60 yards out in the muddy field and was slowed to a stop about 200 yards beyond that. Everyone in town was amazed that he managed to keep the rig upright through the air and had little damage to the truck after several crews managed to drag him back out. It wasn’t bananas, though… heh.

          • zendogbreath on February 9, 2020 at 11:39 pm

            Wow and wow. Glad you both made it. JaW. I thought to mention bearing fires and tire fires. Thought again bout reachin Doc’s patience limits.

            In Chicago area I have pulled along side rigs 3 different times to chat about their rears in flame. Each time driver knew and drove on looking for right time and place to stop. Scary stuff in expressway traffic. Tires stay lit once started. They require unlimited steady water. Bearings are worse. Knock on wood these are the closest I came to such fun so far.

        • goshawks on February 9, 2020 at 9:06 pm

          Thanks, ZDB & JaW. Your comments reminded me of a scary incident of mine a couple decades back. I was moving back to OR from CO, and was transporting a huge load of books (grin) in a trailer behind my small car.

          Out in the middle of nowhere, I got to a long, steep downgrade (fortunately straight) with cliff on one side and drop on the other. I was aware of the danger with my ‘overload’ of books, so I kept the brake pedal down and the speed low. Well, I had to press harder and harder on the pedal, until I was standing on it. I was at the limit of the car’s braking ability, halfway down the grade.

          I moved the car toward the inside curb, hoping to scrub-off speed against the curb if needed. I also prepared to open the car door and ‘launch’ if needed. Fortunately, the speed did not increase. Although terrified, I did make it to the bottom safely.

          At the bottom, I should have looked at my brakes to see if they were ‘glowing’…

          • Sandygirl on February 10, 2020 at 11:00 am

            Reminds me of (40 years ago) when we were driving in the mountains and the breaks gave out. Strep grade and winding roads for a few very tense miles. Saved by the guard rail. The guard rail was the type that was slanted all the way to the ground and my boyfriend drove the truck up the center of it. Lucky lucky Lucky!
            Goshawks, where did you live at in CO? Buckley AFB in Aurora?

          • goshawks on February 10, 2020 at 8:31 pm

            Sandygirl: No and yes. No, I was being a live-in ‘assistant’ for my mother, who was afflicted with the results of being a life-long smoker. Twice while I was there, her lungs filled with fluid (because of damage due to smoking) and she almost died. The second time in the hospital, I was called in the early hours to come-in and be there if she died. Fortunately, she coughed-up enough phlegm to survive, that time. She died of pneumonia (probably aided by damage due to smoking) within a few years. ***Those parentheses were warnings to smokers, in case you missed them.***

            And yes, my mother bought a house in Aurora CO after her husband (an army doctor – also a smoker) died of cancer while serving at nearby Fitzsimons Army Medical Center. I did drive near Buckley Air Force Base while transporting her. The radomes of the 460th Space Wing always interested me – both in what they were doing (including alphabet-agency stuff) and the effects of powerful transmitters on the local populace…

          • Sandygirl on February 10, 2020 at 9:36 pm

            Gosh, I’m sorry they weren’t good memories for you.

  12. Joe A. on February 7, 2020 at 11:18 pm

    What happened to the 183 firebugs that were arrested?….
    Odd that fires have been so selective as to the manner in which they propagated.
    Guess Yehudi Menuhin was conducting,or was it Nero?

    • zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 11:45 pm

      Some charitable foundation advocatimg democracy probably bailed out the unfortunate lads. Clinton? Rockefailure? Gates? Soros?

      When are these groups going to merge? Er more openly?

  13. zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 10:44 pm

    Thank you Doc and all for sane perspectives on this world. Joseph Heller and Kurt Vonnegut would been commenters here.

  14. marcos toledo on February 7, 2020 at 7:42 pm

    A uber torch job like this doesn’t come cheap whoever behind this is being paid top dollar.

    • zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 10:52 pm

      Who is behind this is letting us pay for it with many layers of our taxed earnings and assets.

  15. Robert Barricklow on February 7, 2020 at 12:26 pm

    Who knows whose responsible? For both biological fires; Australia and China; wood & people.

    • Robert Barricklow on February 7, 2020 at 1:59 pm

      Is this some kind of global warfare against the people?

      • zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 10:50 pm

        Class (determined by wealth of secured and protected assets) warfare more like. It’s a big club and we are not in it.

  16. WalkingDead on February 7, 2020 at 11:31 am

    Unnatural Australian/California firestorms, Locusts in Africa (which barely makes the news), and Coronovirus, African Swine Fever, H5N1 Bird Flu, and H1N1 Swine Flu all hitting at the same time in China. The only entirely “natural” event here is the African locusts, it would seem.
    How long before we begin hearing from our “Evangelical Zionist Christian” brothers about four horsemen? I doubt that the Anglo Zionists will miss that angle very long as it would serve their Greater Israel agenda. I have little doubt that it is coming. Why wait for God, when you have the technology to “move things along”. Never let a good crisis or useless idiots go to waste.
    You can expect fires such as this to become more and more normal, after all, they have been spraying accelerants world wide for at least 30 years now under the guise of Geoengineering. One has to give them credit, they do, indeed, plan decades ahead knowing we will be slow on the uptake. California seems to have been their proof of concept, now they are taking it world wide.
    It would be unrealistic to believe people in rural areas would move en mass to large cities voluntarily where you can “keep an eye” on them via your 5G surveillance apparatus without some “motivation” to do so thus saving you quite a bit of money in infrastructure.
    This still leaves us with the mystery of how they are melting automobile rims and engine blocks and the technology behind it; and whether it is space based, airborne, or scalar, land based weaponry. It also leaves us with the mystery of just who owns and is operating it.
    While China would seem to be their darling as far as repressive regimes, social credit, surveillance/police states go, they don’t appear to be cooperating with the one world government agenda very well via their New Silk Road. Are we witnessing some “chastisement” to bring them in line? The US population isn’t cooperating very well either as you can tell from the insanity in the left/socialists. Something will need to be done about that as well. Russia isn’t toeing the line either; something must be done about that too.
    We do live in interesting times, and they will only get more interesting as time goes by.

  17. anakephalaiosis on February 7, 2020 at 9:07 am

    Weather is being manipulated globally, to create general acceptance, for “climate change taxation”, as principle. The purpose is to introduce a global taxation system in commerce, that excludes antisemitism.

    Rebel businesses, that are not accepted, as members of the planned “exclusive tax club”, will find, that their customers abroad will have to pay “punishment fee”, for goods received. (This is a fact in Norway, 2020).

    National taxation is intended to become subservient slave, to a global taxation monster, whose overseer will be located, at the crocodile wall of tears. That is the Rottenchild plan.

    The Glücksburgs ancestry, Hesse-Kassel, financed Rottenchild, and facilitated Weishaupt. Therefore the Glücksburgs in Scandinavia, are to be blamed, for bushfires in Australia.

    Today, the puppet monarchs talking about the weather – in combat of antisemitism – is a code word for global taxation – their endgame scheme.

    The descendants’ face of those lightning the Rottenchild match, historically:

  18. johnycomelately on February 7, 2020 at 7:10 am

    As an Aussie I’ll give some background.
    Australia’s conservative globalist Prime Minister (ex Golman Sachs) was ousted by our version of Trump lite in back room political manoeuvring.
    The left is frothing at the mouth at this situation.
    Australia is behind the game with lowering carbon emissions, opening new coal export deals,.
    All of a sudden we’ve been hit by very very unusual weather patterns.
    Carbon emissions becomes the number one topic.

    Where there’s smoke there’s fire….

  19. DanaThomas on February 7, 2020 at 5:23 am

    Odds are that some property belonging to members of the Australian Parliament and other parties responsible for the privatisation of water resources, has been affected. Or maybe not…

    • zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 10:46 pm

      Or their insurers will take good care of them.

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