... Well, the short answer to that question is, that someone has started them, according to this story about the Alberta fires shared by T.M.:

Smith to hire 'arson investigators' as 175 Alberta wildfires have no known cause

And then there's this article about the Quebec fires shared by V.T.:

There are Now 250 “Out-of-Control” Fires in Canada, Here’s Why Some Say It’s All ‘Planned’

In the case of the second article, a gentleman is quoted who believes the fires are really all planned, and are all about a political, social, and cultural agenda:

“This is planned, and I’ll tell you why it’s planned,” he continued. “They want to move people out of the countryside, into cities, then they want to lock ’em down in 15 minutes cities. How do you do that? Contaminate the air, contaminate the water, and so on.”

“This is all a ploy and a plan to get people into cities to implement their smart cities,” he added. “And it’s the only way they can control you. First, they have to go to digital currency and get you into smart cities. This is happening and this is real. This is evil. This is pure evil.”

The official line on how the wildfires in Canada started are that lightning strikes and unseasonably warm weather are to blame. There are many officials attempting to blame “climate change” for the wildfires.

As is to be expected, the army of climate hystericists is out in farce, claiming it was all because of human action:

The fires have already sparked a talking point among climate activists and politicians who claim without evidence that the wildfires have indirectly been caused by human activity. While others are much more accusatory in their linkage of human activity to the fires.

In answer to that claim, I rather suspect the exact opposite, that the fires, if the result of human action, as the result of the kind of human action that the Province of Alberta suspects:  deliberate arson. In the case of Quebec, I do not know, as I've not been to that part of Canada, ever. I have been to the provinces from Manitoba westward to the Pacific Coast. But again, not in several decades. I did grow up in South Dakota, and while I did not grow up on a farm, I did see several controlled burn fires that farmers would occasionally set to burn underbrush in wooded areas, to control and minimize fire danger. It was common practice, and as far as I know, used to be common practice in fire-prone places like Nuttyfornia, until, of course, the environmental lobby got ahold of the issue, and banned it, making any fires that might break out even worse. Perhaps that is the case in Canada as well: it's not human action, but rather, the lack of it, tending to the underbrush problem. I simply don't know.

In any case, I am digressing from the main point of today's blog, because like this Canadian gentleman, I strongly suspect that the fires in his country are more examples of "disaster capitalism," deliberately created crises designed to clear people off land that one can then pick up on the cheap, or if not that, a "crisis of opportunity" that will be used and exploited to do the same thing.  Whether deliberately set or not, the main story is not the fires themselves, but like the fires in California, who  will ultimately come in to benefit? We've already seen Allstate and State Farm insurance refusing to underwrite new policies in that  state, citing the unfriendly regulatory climate and their exposure to risk, and it's clear in the case of State Farm that the nutty policies from the ruling uniparty there are the reasons.

The real question is whether or not those fires were planned. Alberta is looking for arsonists, having found no other explanation for the fires there. In the case of Quebec, the circumstances are even more fishy, if you ask me. There are videos out there right now that are showing the beginnings of several of the Quebec fires, and while Ottawa is saying that this was all due to lightning strikes, the video shows a curious thing: several of the fires appear to begin at exactly the same time, and over a fairly wide, but clustered area.

That considerably raises my suspicion meter, if not into the red zone, then at least into the dark orange zone.  What's next?

Perhaps it will be videos from Quebecoise showing what was recorded on some of those videos from California: fires that started at electrical junction boxes, fires that burn homes but not the trees and shrubbery right next to them, or fires melting the concrete and steel of a highway bridge, while right next to it there are unburned trees and shrubs, or beams of light shooting straight into a forest, with fires starting shortly afterwards...

The bottom line for me is this: even though the fires may be put out, the story is not over...

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".

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  1. eddyminimum on June 17, 2023 at 11:12 am

    I’m a little late circling back to this post. I tend to agree with many of the comments. Too many unanswered questions with too many fires, and we know sabotage can occur on-the-ground, so to write, and from on high. The fires remain suspicious from any angle.

    Is anyone here familiar with Dutch Sense earthquake forecasting. I’ve been following him recently because I find his wave theory forecasting is interesting as is his contention that VLF augments earthquake propagation. https://www.youtube.com/user/dutchsinse

    His video from June 2 video captures the Quebec fires in close to real time and well before the smoke hit the east coast. His initial reaction was sabotage – because it seemed an extremely unlikely event to happen naturally. But he’s leaning toward fire generation along continental plate boundaries. In his June 14 video he notes the dearth of magnitude 6 earthquakes and suspects the reporting and filtering is compromised. It’s a fascinating take and I’m curious if anyone else here has considered his cask-strength speculations.

  2. Kevin Ryan on June 15, 2023 at 11:06 pm

    I had heard many of the Canadian forest fires were started by lightning strikes. Has any news agency reporting/repeating such claims verified them by comparing a map of lightning strikes with a map showing where the fires originated?

  3. Richard on June 15, 2023 at 6:40 pm

    Satellite imaging may not say anything, as it would be the interpreter of those images seen during real time doing the talking, but in one’s literal view those smoke plumes, trending in the same (underline same) direction, at the same (underline same) time, are most definitely cause for more than an investigation into arson. This might only be the start of other catastrophic events. Sources and methods of investigation will surely be tested for weakness and holes as well as causality.

    That smoke generation has already affected the Hadley, Ferrel (or Mid-Latitude), and Polar cells of atmospheric distribution of heat and water vapor, again, just as the Russian, Shiveluch volcano began in April2023. The volcano and the fires are closely matched within 50 degrees north latitude & 60 degrees north latitude. The jet stream seems to be becoming more and more confused as it is disrupted. Drop an El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) into emerging rampant air flows one would suggest quite a weather ride of unknown proportions – cooler one at that in northern latitudes.

    The late Colorado snow followed Shiveluch and it didn’t take long, either.

  4. Maison on June 15, 2023 at 11:08 am

    Could there be a link with rare earth mining in Quebec and in other provinces perhaps? I see several articles about companies mining in Quebec – someone should compare these maps:

    – areas of mining rare earth minerals in Quebec https://sigeom.mines.gouv.qc.ca/signet/classes/I1108_afchCarteIntr
    – map of fires: https://cartes.sopfeu.qc.ca/?lang=en

    I also see sad stories of indigenous people being evacuated in various provinces. Their land ownership is supposed to be sacred – it would take a grave reason to justify getting them off the land. Risk of fire could be the reason.

  5. FiatLux on June 15, 2023 at 4:09 am

    My speculation is the fires were planned, coordinated, and induced — but made worse by “environmentally friendly” forest-management policies, such as not doing periodic controlled burns of the underbrush.

  6. marcos toledo on June 14, 2023 at 7:38 pm

    A Modest Proposal is that what our elites have in mind is that they are so stupid and evil the Inner Party of Oceania. 1984 was a prequel to The Time Machine at best the Yahoos of Gulliver Travels at worse.

  7. Robert Barricklow on June 14, 2023 at 7:11 pm

    This rhymes with Operation Gladio.
    Worldwide there are political/economic motivated ops being carried out.
    The list is extensive.
    The fires in Canada, in Australia, Paradise Valley California, and so forth.
    There was Fukushima when Japan didn’t sing along w/the Robert Gates political dancing ball.
    How about Modi’s recent turn away from the West? A train wreck?
    Both Fukushima and India could have had a common virus/hack, into their grid infrastructures?

    Looks like the aliens are already invading; in an all to common Wetiko form – that is inhuman and evil. Perhaps, the Wetiko leaders will actually use an “alien” black-op, to complete the evil conquest of Earth?

  8. cobo on June 14, 2023 at 7:08 pm

    here: https://apps.dtic.mil/sti/citations/AD0509724

    The conditions are set. Some claim directed energy, and some go further… don’t know. Grew up in SoCal, fought fires small & big – don’t know

  9. Brendan on June 14, 2023 at 5:19 pm

    I am going to throw a spanner in the works here and compare it to our situation in Australia where we have poor bushfire management policies. Policies which are based on a heavy ‘climate crisis’ hysteria and left-leaning politicians who insist to NOT do fire control burning in the cooler months because of “climate change!”.

    So they don’t do controlled burning, prohibit private land owners from doing their own controlled burning. Indigenous Australians who have been here for 70,000 years have practice controlled burning to keep on top of the rubbish and dry growth that has fall off the trees and overgrown grass – anything to contribute as fuel to the inevitable bushfire season. They have questioned why this has ceased and have warned, to deaf progressive ears.

    A lot of the major bushfires we have had in the last few decades have been the result of poor bushfire prevention policies. I suspect it may be the same with Canada. Remember they have an extreme leftist PM (What’s his name Creepeaux?) who probably has the same approach – he’s a handkerchief-clinging ‘climate change’ proponent (on the face of it, though like most of these Chicken Little types if you followed the money they would be heavily invested in alternative energy).

    • sunnyboy on June 16, 2023 at 3:07 pm

      Brendan , your comments on the situation in Australia is shocking.

      I live in British Columbia (BC) which has extensive forested area and significant wildfires .In Canada the provincial governments not the Federal government have control of forest policy. At this point in time , prescribed fire is still a recognized and supported practice by the BC government. Also in the last decade or so the wisdom of indigenous communities with respect to what is now called cultural fire is supported.

      The current official wording is as follows : “While the Province does not undertake cultural burning, the Province has a responsibility to address some of the barriers to cultural burning that exist. To achieve that, in line with its commitments in the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act, the Province intends to work in partnership with Indigenous peoples to co-develop a policy and program framework for cultural and prescribed fire that aligns with the UN Declaration and provides the foundation for a sustainable, long-term and co-managed approach.”

      As an aside, the Federal government manages the land in National Parks and do use controlled burns and created a serious situation in May in Alberta – see https://calgaryherald.com/news/local-news/unexpected-winds-in-banff-cause-prescribed-burn-to-go-out-of-control#:~:text=Last%20fall%2C%20a%20prescribed%20burn,and%20grew%20to%20669%20hectares.

  10. Barbara on June 14, 2023 at 1:01 pm

    And now we know where that 300ton of highly flammable ammonium nitrate that disappeared went too. Quebec and Alberta.

  11. KSW on June 14, 2023 at 11:53 am

    Curious … about the comment in the post “unseasonably warm weather” … well, in North Carolina it’s mid-June and we’ve barely hit the mid 70s yet – we may have hit 80 degrees one day a week or two ago … unseasonably warm? No, not at all. I saw a link on the Solari Report site developed by Catherin Austin Fitts leading to the Adapt2030 channel on YT. He is talking about the effects of the Tonga volcanic eruption over a year ago, and a few other eruptions since then, that is now causing cooler temps from atmospheric dust that will lead to lower crop yields. (He has copious maps if you like that sort of thing.) He shows data that this impacted the Southern Hemisphere during their recent summer growing season (they are in fall approaching winter now). He is suggesting that this will lead to food shortages in globally (for 18-24 months plus the time for new crops to yield) resulting in possible food “rationing” by the end of the year in the West. He also states that if this happens that “they” could likely capitalize on this food crisis to initiate more controls – such as what JF is expressing here. Or will they use rationing to require people to be jabbed or have CBDCs to get their rationing cards? Who knows how they’ll do it? We know their ultimate goal. QUESTIONS: How’s the climate in your area? Do you have emergency food stores? Do you have sprouting seeds for live vital foods to replace raw fruits and veggies if they are impacted?

    • ragiza on June 14, 2023 at 4:37 pm

      The French Revolution was likely set off by the weather effects on agriculture of an 8 month eruption in Iceland, in 1783. Also, that Dnieper dam failure/sabotage is said to have loused up farming operations over some very productive lands.

  12. ragiza on June 14, 2023 at 10:32 am

    I wonder what a competent statistical study of fires/explosions at food facilities, forests, petroleum facilities over the last 30 years in N America would show?

    I know what a similar statistical study of human injuries/deaths due to bio-warfare operations would show.

  13. bluenose on June 14, 2023 at 5:54 am

    Canada’s taxpayer funded mouthpiece poo poos the ‘fires started at the same time”.

  14. anakephalaiosis on June 14, 2023 at 5:50 am

    9/11 marks the beginning of a controlled demolition of the West, as a preemptive measure taken, against unavoidable expulsion.

    Today, collective Jewry is facing unprecedented heat, without an escape option, and the tactics is to divert attention, by starting fires.

    The collective Jewry is at war with the collective West, and defaming Russia, is a desperate attempt, to create a scapegoat.

    Russia is drinking tea, at Dnieper riverbank, watching Hollywood meltdown.

    • anakephalaiosis on June 14, 2023 at 5:51 am

      BTW, at this point, I consider ‘Elohim vs. Yahweh’ a closed case, proven and documented, by circumstantial evidence.

      The devotees can rest assured, that the year aspect covers the modern Maker, so God himself doesn’t need revision.

      The proto-Scythian moot point is a paradox, which illustrates Elijah’s position, as both Elohim and Yahweh (Will & Woe).

      WILL & WOE

      Free will is due to tungol influence,
      roaming wild beyond fence,
      whereas twinkle toe
      is year’s woe,
      bound by providence.


    • Randy on June 14, 2023 at 12:11 pm

      ANAKEPHALAIOSIS …I agree with you 1000% & unless / until THIS is addressed ? Our country/world is …lost !!! What “they” did to JFK,RFK ,MLK , X ??? & very very VERY few will talk about “this” “problem”& now it looks like RFK Jr is running for prez’s? ‘The unspoken Kennedy TRUTH’ by Laurent Guyenot SHOULD BE REQUIRED READING by EVERYONE!!! there’s an problem folks !

      • anakephalaiosis on June 14, 2023 at 3:34 pm

        Biden, and his bad buddies in the deep state, murdered the Russian Tzar, because they wanted Alaska, to prevent an intercontinental connection, in the Bering Strait.

        Settlers in the New World would have had freedom of choice, to become globetrotters, and return to Europe, by travelling further westwards.

        Today, the Vatican wants to prevent a Bering Strait crossing, because a hole in the wall would be popular amongst the grassroots Fraggles.


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