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    Fires in Australia: How you can help



    https://7news.com.au/news/bushfires/...-help-c-629603

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    Astonishing what Max Igan says in the above video (about 8:30) about what's happened to Australia's water supply. They've sold it off!! To frackers and private interests, often Foreign (Chinese, etc.) If that is not betrayal, treason even, of a country's interest--birthright--I don't know what is.

    So much of the water necessary to prevent--and/or fight--these fires--has been dammed up by private companies. Has this been happening in the U.S.? Canada? What's going on with OUR WATER?

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    There's something really strange about the fires in Australia. Although probably not directly responsible, the idiotic policies of The Greens (quasi-communists) certainly haven't helped.

    I suspect that Australia is being set up, by the Powers That Should Not Be (PTSNB) in a problem-reaction-solution scenario, as an example of what can happen to a country because of "catastrophic climate change".

    Of course, there is no "catastrophic climate change". What the PTSNB want is to create a disaster, drum up a bunch of hysteria about "climate change" and then offer a "solution" that will involve global control so that what happened to Australia can't happen again.

    It's interesting how it has been raining heavily off the coast of NSW and QLD. While in past years, these rain patterns move onto the land (often causing massive flooding), this year, for some reason, the rain is not. I suspect some sort of HAARP weather control technology being used here. Combine that with the useful idiot Greens doing their utmost to stop the usual backburning and the clearing of flammable debris. Add to that a hot and dry summer and you have the makings for a disaster.

    Then there's all of the reports of dozens of fires being deliberately lit.

    I won't go into how chemtrail accelerants were probably dumped over the areas now ablaze. Like I said, there's a lot more to this.

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    Living in Australia I can assure you this comment is completely ill informed. The Greens have never had a no burning policy...i know several key Green members and they have been working and learning from the Indigenous who used fire to manage and care for the land. This false information is being shared to distract from the reality...that the current state governments have made huge cuts to the regional fire services. The current federal government also chose to invest in a fleet of BMWs to drive politicians around Canberra...rather than in fire fighting planes, or even proper masks for the volunteer fire fighters. Please don't spread this misinformation about a party that has never even been in power in this country...as it takes away from the truth of the situation which is that the current government is completely corrupt and inept.

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    I am so happy to see the Peter Andrews film posted! This man is a genius and his work should be studied in every agricultural college.
    This made me cry when I first saw it. It is a really important document.
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    To keep the current bushfires in perspective because bushfires are normal and to be expected I revisited the statistics.

    To my surprise I had thought the 1851 Black Thursday bushfires were by far the worst as was the New South Wales fires 4,000,000+ hectares, 1951-1952.

    In fact the worst bushfires were by far larger than this, and I will I will provide a brief listing:
    1974-1975 Northern Territory Bushfires were 117,000,000 hectares or 290,000,000 acres, or 15% of Australia's land mass
    2002 Northern Territory Bushfires were 15,000,000 hectares or 37,000,000 acres
    2019-2020 Australian Bushfires are currently at 5,900,000 hectares or 15,000,000 acres

    The link provides a interactive table so you can list the fires by size in hectares or acres. Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bushfires_in_Australia

    Other thoughts on bushfires.

    Past major bushfires

    Bushfires have been part of the Australian environment since before human settlement of the continent. Some Australian flora and fauna has evolved to coexist with bushfires, and in the case of eucalypt forest, fire forms an integral part of its regeneration cycle. Aboriginal arrival to Australia resulted in an increased frequency in the incidence of bushfires, a pattern which was replicated upon European settlement (Florence 1996).

    The areas which experience the most severe bushfires usually occur in the south-eastern corner of Australia, south of a line from Sydney to Adelaide. This is because the most severe fire weather (hot, dry, strong winds) generally occurs in this part of the country. In association with this climatic influence, the south eastern areas of mainland Australia, Tasmania, and the south western corner of Western Australia also produce the tallest forests and heavy fuel loads. When these usually wet forests dry out the heavy fuel loads produce the most intense and devastating bushfires (Year Book Australia 1995 (1301.0))......


    When considering fire statistics, fires with larger areas do not necessarily translate into more serious impacts on human settlements. For example, of all the fires that occurred during January 1994 in New South Wales, one of the most damaging was one of the smallest, burning just 476 ha but destroying 101 houses. This was more than half of the total houses lost in New South Wales during that bushfire emergency period.

    Link: https://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/ABS@...7!OpenDocument

    In regards to Max Igan's comments, I think he is right in a lot of what he says, that is the current bushfire season and drying of the continent is by design.

    What would be the drive for such actions, Australian government achieving the goals of their masters the satanic globalists of:
    - depopulation

    - making Australia an example of what happens when you do not believe in the satanic globalists bull**** climate change agenda (which is just really a cash grab via their carbon credits scheme)

    - weakening Australia's economy significantly to make it easy to allow China to buy out the rest of Australia, I think we all figured out by now China prefers to buy out a country rather than take it by force.
    More on China, link:http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...-South-Pacific
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    What would be the drive for such actions, Australian government achieving the goals of their masters the satanic globalists of:
    - depopulation

    - making Australia an example of what happens when you do not believe in the satanic globalists bull**** climate change agenda (which is just really a cash grab via their carbon credits scheme)

    - weakening Australia's economy significantly to make it easy to allow China to buy out the rest of Australia, I think we all figured out by now China prefers to buy out a country than take it by force.
    what about 200+ years of idiocy, bad management of forests and water resources, and plain old human greed

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    AUSTRALIA MUST LISTEN TO TRADITIONAL CUSTODIANS OF THE LAND
    January 03, 2020
    https://www.culturalsurvival.org/new...ustodians-land

    By Laura Simpson Reeves


    Australia’s bushfire season officially began in late August, earlier than normal, and is barely halfway through its season. As of January 3, 2020, this season’s bushfires along Australia’s eastern states have burned or are currently burning over 11 million acres of land, killed 20 people (with that number expected to rise), and destroyed more than 1,400 homes. More fires are burning in the other states of South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania, with no end in sight.

    Townships are running out of water, electricity, and other supplies. However, the impact of the fires on Indigenous Australians is largely missing from media coverage. Several Indigenous Protected Areas along the New South Wales and Victoria coastlines, including the Wattleridge and Minyumai Protected Areas, have been decimated. Other Aboriginal communities, such as Lake Tyer, have barely survived.

    Indigenous leaders have called for changes to current land management practices to help limit the fire damage in future years, drawing on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditional practices. Exactly how Australia’s First Peoples used fire in land management is still under debate. Contributing to the confusion is the fact that Indigenous Australia is hugely diverse, with Indigenous Peoples using different methods across various environments.

    However, burning appears to be a crucial way that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples cared for the land. The Nyungar People from southwest Australia, for example, used fire as one of their main tools in caring for Country. Fire, for the Nyungar People, is the centerpiece of home and family, and is prominently featured in ceremonies. It was also used to clear undergrowth, promote new growth, and to prevent higher intensity fires that destroyed all growth.

    Controlled burning or ‘back-burning’ as a form of wildfire risk reduction is quite common in Australia, although its effectiveness has recently been questioned. Contemporary controlled burning practices differ quite significantly from traditional Aboriginal burning practices, and much could be learned by better understanding how Australia’s First Peoples used fire.

    Contemporary controlled burning practices are scientific in nature, scheduled for specific days (to minimize disruption to everyday life) and subject to specific weather conditions. They also are typically lit from the air, and are larger and more intense than those started by Aboriginal Peoples. In contrast, Indigenous Peoples would control burning by walking the land, keeping fires slow, small and localized.

    “The current rate of wildfires and mismanagement of country taking us down the road of mass extinction, of many trees, plants and animals. Unless there is a shift for returning people back to the land like indigenous management practices we will only spiral further into depletion,” said Indigenous fire management specialist Victor Steffensen said in a recent tweet. “We need people on the land full-time, looking after country, knowing when it’s ready to burn,” Steffensen said on ABC radio program RN Drive.

    In November, Russell Irving, the project coordinator of the Minyumai Indigenous Protected Area on the northern New South Wales coast, published an open letter about the fires. “These and other fire control measures have become largely ineffectual in the face of the devastating and growing impacts of climate change in the region,” Irving writes. “The 10 Bandjalang Aboriginal rangers we employ and their families are at risk of losing their workplace and livelihoods. Many have lost their homes from the nearby Bora Ridge fire and others are suffering ill health from the smoke.”

    In addition to the devastating loss of life and flora, almost half a billion animals are estimated to have perished so far in the fires, although experts warn if will be months before we may never know the full extent of the damage. Koalas, a slow-moving, tree-dwelling marsupial native to Australia, are amongst the hardest hit. The Australian Koala Foundation estimates that, prior to this season’s fires, there were less than 80,000 koalas in the wild, and current estimates are that as many as a third may have perished since September.

    Koalas live along the east coast of Australia, making their homes eucalyptus trees. Eucalyptus oil is highly flammable, and the intensity of the fires means that, even at the tops of the trees, koalas are not safe. Wildlife rescue organization WIRES reports that animals, if they survive the fires, are suffering intense burns on their feet or paws, and struggling to cope with heat stress. Even post-fire, these animals will struggle with food and water shortages as their habitats are destroyed.

    In an open letter to the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian last month, Stand Up for Nature - an alliance of 13 Australian environmental organizations - called for an immediate cessation of logging. “The effects of the catastrophic fires have been so far-reaching that allowing further loss of habitat and impact on native species would be unconscionable,” they wrote. “There needs to be a full assessment of the impact of the fires on the entire forest network, on threatened species and ecological communities, and reappraisal of existing wood supply commitments.”

    There are a number of fundraising efforts being undertaken to support communities whose homes have been lost, and wildlife whose habitats have been destroyed. Independent artist Neil Morris (Yorta Yorta), also known as DRMNGNOW, has started a gofundme page to raise money for Indigenous Australians who have been displaced from Country due to the fires.
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    Quote Posted by BMJ (here)

    What would be the drive for such actions, Australian government achieving the goals of their masters the satanic globalists of:
    - depopulation

    - making Australia an example of what happens when you do not believe in the satanic globalists bull**** climate change agenda (which is just really a cash grab via their carbon credits scheme)

    - weakening Australia's economy significantly to make it easy to allow China to buy out the rest of Australia, I think we all figured out by now China prefers to buy out a country than take it by force.
    what about 200+ years of idiocy, bad management of forests and water resources, and plain old human greed
    I agree, you can add that to the list leavesoftrees.

    In short the motivation for the actions of politicians do not seem to be in the best interest of the country and people.

    Their politicians that make these decisions, with satanic globalists pulling the strings from behind closed doors, coupled with the nature of politicians that is a hunger for power and wealth so you can throw all this into the mix as well.

    That's why we need a patriot at the helm, someone whom can turn the country around, because Australia has "huge potential in the right hands" and for a long time that has not been realized at least since Robert Menzies.

    Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Menzies

    Natural catastrophes can not be avoid and only minimized, but there is no need for any hardship in Australia under the right management.
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    For anyone who believes what's happening in Australia is "natural" take a look at Loope Ozzie's satellite weather and radar observations in which he exposes the weather modification currently going on in Australia that has created the conditions for the intense bush fires. It looks like a repeat of what they have been doing in California for many years but I haven't looked into the detail of that myself.

    6 minute intro:
    https://youtu.be/nIL0hmbaqy0

    Subsequent videos (about one minute each) that demonstrate how large rain fronts are repeatedly diverted from reaching the Australian mainland:
    Satellite imagery 1 https://youtu.be/VSSOHBCL14E
    Satellite imagery 2 https://youtu.be/QfQk2443U_o
    Satellite imagery 3 https://youtu.be/5mZpfqMFy64
    Satellite imager 4 https://youtu.be/AU-iHsXb6lY

    For those who aren't aware of how this works, it's all done through the Nexrad radar network which covers Australia (and the USA). They are automated weather radar stations with a hidden purpose; weather modification. Not surprisingly, Nexrad is built by Raytheon and the US Department of Defence has a keen interest in the system. Since the systems are automated and online, it would be very easy for someone with access to switch these radars to weather modification mode - which is what someone has decided to do in Australia. If you view the location of these stations and then overlay it with Loope Ozzie's obsertations - bingo!
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    Quote Posted by Andre (here)
    For anyone who believes what's happening in Australia is "natural" take a look at Loope Ozzie's satellite weather and radar observations in which he exposes the weather modification currently going on in Australia that has created the conditions for the intense bush fires. It looks like a repeat of what they have been doing in California for many years but I haven't looked into the detail of that myself.

    6 minute intro:
    https://youtu.be/nIL0hmbaqy0

    Subsequent videos (about one minute each) that demonstrate how large rain fronts are repeatedly diverted from reaching the Australian mainland:
    Satellite imagery 1 https://youtu.be/VSSOHBCL14E
    Satellite imagery 2 https://youtu.be/QfQk2443U_o
    Satellite imagery 3 https://youtu.be/5mZpfqMFy64
    Satellite imager 4 https://youtu.be/AU-iHsXb6lY

    For those who aren't aware of how this works, it's all done through the Nexrad radar network which covers Australia (and the USA). They are automated weather radar stations with a hidden purpose; weather modification. Not surprisingly, Nexrad is built by Raytheon and the US Department of Defence has a keen interest in the system. Since the systems are automated and online, it would be very easy for someone with access to switch these radars to weather modification mode - which is what someone has decided to do in Australia. If you view the location of these stations and then overlay it with Loope Ozzie's obsertations - bingo!

    Yes, old hat knowledge. Nonetheless, it's good to see someone in Australia paying attention to radar manipulation of weather systems. Dane Wigington (geoengineeringwatch.org) has documented this well for the US. I haven't paid attention to the radar for some years, but it was fairly obvious then that NEXRAD ground radars (and other radio frequency platforms) park, move, and direct, and create weather systems.
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    Bushfire Crisis: The De-Kulakization of Australia (1)
    January 2, 2020

    According to Henry Makow
    https://www.henrymakow.com/2020/01/t...-australa.html


    australia-fires(1).jpg
    "The independent farmer , the small irrigators and farming communities, ... the Boer, the Kulak is always the prime target of the Communist Revolution."

    (See note below article for

    explanation of ""de-Kulakization")





    "In the face of this ecocide, the UN 'climate change' mantra is again invoked by our overseers as the cover story for a tragedy that has nothing to do with carbon emissions and everything to do water rights, sale of water rights by government, frack well drainage, floodplain harvesting and tax-payer subsidized private dams of multi-national agribusiness."



    by Linde

    (henrymakow.com)



    The Australian brush fire crisis is Biblical and Apocalyptic. The human impact is heart-rending. The heroic efforts of ordinary Australians to save others, to save property and protect the land is legendary.

    The devastation of the land cannot be put into words. When the fires have swept through all that is left are a few of the healthiest native trees that survive bushfires, the trees that require bushfire to regenerate.

    And guess what? After the fire sweeps through, Local Government Authorities (LGA) are on the scene to clear any surviving vegetation as "hazard reduction."

    (Max Igan at 6.15 in The Crowhouse video "Australia - Wake Up or Die! - Make This Viral") https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBsFVn-kKV8

    Now, before the fires, it was a crime for property owners to clear fireload and engage in hazard reduction. But once they have swept through and the land is down to mineral earth, then the LGA comes and clears what's left? Am I the only one out there in TV Land who thinks this is completely bizarro mundo?

    This is the first of many WTC-7 Effects that should provide the first clue.

    Something very Agenda Driven is happening with these bushfires. This is a lot more than not letting a good crisis go to waste.

    In this context, only a complete wonk will be wondering about Australian water rights and asking questions like: Have they perhaps been sold to the People's Republic of China by the government of corporate Australia?



    THE SIX YEAR DROUGHT



    I raise this question because these fires have their origin in the Big Six Year Drought - now in its seventh year. This drought has been geo-engineered. It is not due to CO2 emission driven climate change as per UN dicta.

    The climate hasn't changed in terms of the amount of water coming down across the North in the annual monsoon. As Max Igan notes in the above video "that happens every year like clockwork". However, the climate is changing because the Great Artesian Basin , which feeds the aquifers of the entire continent, is being drained of its annual monsoonal waters. As the continent becomes more dry, the temperature rises and entire river / forest ecosystems which depend upon the Great Artesian are dying out.

    The floodplains of the Great Artesian are being harvested by the frack wells of mining companies extracting coal seam gas. There are 43,000 frack wells in Australia and most of those wells are in the Great Artesian. From 2 - 8 million gallons of water are required to frack a coal seam gas well in a single operation. And a well may be fracked many times. These are the companies which have frack wells in Australia.

    The draining of the Great Artesian is producing climate change, but it is climate change due to geo-engineering by corporate interests.

    Then there are the multi-national agribusinesses of the Murray Darling Basin. The aquifers of this river system draw upon the Great Artesian and so have a lower volume to draw down due to the frackwell drainage in the North. Max Igan continues: "None of the farmlands south of this area [designates the Murrumbidgee] are getting water through their river and creek system because all of the water is being siphoned off to dams that are privately owned by mega agricultural companies and mega mining companies using this water" for private operations.

    So, beneath the frack well drainage in the North, we have the floodplain harvesting in the South.

    The Darling River is dying.



    In the face of this ecocide, the UN 'climate change' mantra is again invoked by our overseers as the cover story for a tragedy that has nothing to do with carbon emissions and everything to do water rights, sale of water rights by government, frack well drainage, floodplain harvesting and tax-payer subsidized private dams of multi-national agribusiness.

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-02-...ied-up/8277748

    Maryanne Slattery, senior water researcher for the Australia Institute states , "This is not an issue of "agriculture vs. the environment". The issue is the public interest vs. entrenched political and bureaucratic interests."

    She cites ABC Four Corners : "Cash Splash - Taxpayer Dollars , Secretive Deals and the Lucrative Business of Water" which went to air in Australia July 8, 2019.

    'Recovery of environmental water' in the public interest is firmly in place as the cover story for the subsidized irrigation grants and programmes under the Murray Darling Basin Plan, the Plan that has virtually killed the Darling River.

    Naturally, the lion's share of these subsidies go to multi-national agribusiness.

    In the interest of the public stake, we are left to ponder that 'recovery of environmental water' from these programmes equals about zero. The creative accounting for the MDB Authority computer model seems to deal only in the evaporation figures.

    Also in the Four Corners report we also hear from graziers and small irrigators who have been 'exited' by Murrumbidgee Irrigation ( MI ) from water infrastructure to allow for Webster Ltd expansion. At 32.08 "On the Dry Hay Plains of the Outer reaches of the Murrumbidgee Valley [where the Murrumbidgee River meets the Murray River ] , MI has removed an entire district of 'shareholders' from its network of channels."

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s83UuhDxT_Y "Cash Splash : Taxpayer Dollars , Secretive Deals and the Lucrative Business of Water" Uploaded by ABC News in Depth. July 8, 2019.

    An entire district! Now we know what is going on here.

    As the Big Six Year Drought has morphed into a national bushfire emergency across three states - the Political Theatre will become increasingly important as an arena in the battle for hearts and minds.

    CONCUSION

    The Morrison government clearly has the Doofus script. They are the climate change deniers and they are sticking to the 'Nothing to See Here' story with specific comments which cast them in the role of the Bad Doofus. Belittling volunteer firefighters has to be a new low in any Political Theatre. The Morrison suits are being scripted to make 'climate change denial' as horrible as possible in the eyes of Australians going through terrible ordeals.

    Then there are Bolsheviks and Trotsky-ites, together with the NGOs on the Soros Payroll Clearly these actors have the Good Goy script. They are busy cloaking this catastrophe in the 'UN climate change' mantra and they are 'on message' and 'on point' with the NWO solutions to our problems.

    So, of course, they are calling for the UN climate change dicta and its proposed legislation that will address the crisis we are having here. That would be the firestorms for which government (all Masonic political parties) in cahoots with international corporations are in large measure directly responsible.

    Meanwhile, back on the Money Trail. In the course of the Big Six Year Drought - we have Olam International (a Singapore Company) selling permanent water rights in Australia for $452.7 mil. to Canadian company PSP. And where did they get those rights? Well. The Australian government $89 mil water sale to Olam of Singapore.



    And how many other companies are selling permanent water rights and how did they acquire these assets in the first place?

    In Australia, there is no Centre or conservative party. In Australian politics, anyone to the right of Chairman Mao is an extremist.

    So the public is supposed to listen to the Good Goy script of the Communists and the Soros Payroll and blame the ecocide of the Darling River, the Big Six Year Drought and now the national bushfire emergency on carbon driven climate change, fossil fuels, CO2 respirators, cow farts, Australia's carbon footprint - the size of a Yeti and the Dark Side of the Force.

    But the independent farmer , the small irrigators and farming communities , in point those 'exited' from the Murrumbidgee by Murrumbidgee Irrigation, the Boer, the Kulak is always the prime target of the Communist Revolution. And these would be the targets of the MDBA and its MD Basin Plan.

    Manifestly and objectively, there is a Plan. In terms of its stated objectives - clearly it is not working. The waters are being harvested and conserved. For Whom? For Whom exactly is the Plan working? It is obviously working for someone because they have gone to a lot of trouble to cloak their interests.

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    De Kulakization - The term is now being used as a term Hybrid Warfare - usually wars conducted upon populations by their government. It derives from Stalin's Five Year Plan which was specifically and publicly announced for the 'liquidation' of class enemy. The military was used against the Ukrainian Kulaks in the Five Year Plan - for example grain raids and executions on the land. This term is now being used for - the state sponsored terror against the Boer farmers by the Marxist gov't of SA and often referred to as De-Kulakization. Drought, fire and removal of water are being geo-engineered in Australia. And this is for the removal of people from their properties. The removal of water for an entire district of Australian farmers is, I believe, another example of De-Kulakiztion. And this policy continues with provisions for military intervention in the planning of Local Government Authorities.

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    Part Two tomorrow.



    Related ---Overview of Australian Inferno

    ------------- Australian Adept Unveiled World Satanic Control

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    Groundwater theft/waste is a critical issue, but the lack of rainfall is the elephant in the room. Chemtrails over Sydney region for example are having an obvious hygroscopic effect: the rain clouds keep trying to form and the high altitude aerosol particulates -- which the Australian military certainly know about -- keep stopping their formation. The best evidence for this is the Bureau of Meteorology itself. Whenever it predicts rain, say in five days time, one can observe a fixed pattern: the precipitation is gradually 'downgraded' as it draws closer to the day. It is never the other way around (unexpected rain), so the counterargument of meteorology being an 'imprecise science' is invalid. We can literally observe in the weather chart a 'contingent factor' skewing the conventional science of meteorology.

    Australian's have their faults, like any people, but their balance of head and heart is near perfect. Moneyed-corporate trash (like Fozdyke) don't get it. The world will not be a better place without a strong and free Australia.

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    ‘It's miraculous’: Owners say cultural burning saved their property

    Ngurrumpaa - an isolated 160-acre bushland property was saved from the recent bushfires by the traditional Indigenous technique of cultural burning conducted on their land three years ago.

    Unlike hazard reduction burning, cultural burns are cooler and slower moving, usually no taller than knee height, leaving tree canopies untouched and allowing animals to take refuge from the flames. Small fires are lit with matches, instead of drip torches, and burn in a circular pattern.
    Mr Barber says the ancient practice is informed by thousands of years of traditional knowledge.

    “It's more than just putting the fire on the ground - it's actually knowing the country, knowing what's there … the soil types, the geology, the trees, the animals, the breeding times of animals, the flowering times of plants,” he said.
    The timing and frequency of burns depend on the environmental “system”.

    Aside from Ngurrumpaa, Mr Barber says another patch of culturally-burnt land at Mangrove Mountain on the Central Coast also escaped last month’s fire unscathed. He hopes these recent results will help to win over the sceptics.
    “You've got a patch of green surrounded by blackened country, and that's completely attributable to the cultural burning that we did,” he said.
    “It's important that people recognise that it is valid, it does work, and what we're looking for is some support for this from higher levels of government.”
    Mr Barber says Aboriginal people should be better resourced to lead the implementation of cultural burning across NSW and Australia, alongside existing fire authorities.
    “We're still going to need [Rural Fire Service] volunteers and paid firefighters to do the work they're doing,” he said.
    “I'm not saying it's the answer - I'm saying it's part of the answer.”

    https://www.theage.com.au/national/n...03-p53okc.html

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    There's a lot of talk about global warming as the cause of the Australian wildfires. But it turns out, just like the annual fires in Southern California, it's arson:

    https://summit.news/2020/01/06/nearl...ing-bushfires/

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    The onslaught of bush fires in Australia is readily attributed to “climate change” religion, but there’s more to the story than the first hoax. The various locations where the bush fires started coincided with the proposed path for high-speed trains and the proposed locations of “smart cities.”

    The Preparation
    In order to effectively implement the plan of clearing the areas to be used for the aforementioned projects, the budget for the Fire and Rescue NSW was cut by $12.9 million, while the volunteer-run Rural Fire Services lost $26.7 million as expenses.

    Byron Bay, which is currently being torn apart by fires, was promised $5.85 million for a new fire station in Kingscliff. The funding has yet to arrive.

    Many firefighters are currently battling the blazes with bore water, as New South Wales is currently experiencing a severe drought and was already running out of resources before the fires began.

    As a result, thousands of residents have been told not to expect help from the NSW Rural Fire Services and were left to evacuate for themselves.

    As we have explored previously, natural cycles are a common occurrence in this country, and the temperatures and heat experienced is certainly not a new phenomenon.

    Instead, the key point to note is that conditions regularly get so dry that if a variety of bushfires were to start at any point across the country, they would leave a distinct mark and spread quickly — especially if there was no response to contain them.

    policies over the last few years have also made hazard reduction activities more difficult, including a cut back in back-burning, where authorities identify at-risk areas close to developments and ‘reduce the load’ with controlled burning in preparation for bushfire season.

    Not doing so adds more fuel to the fire. Fast forward to today, and there is over 80 fires spreading, all lit at the same time.

    As we learn more about the ongoing bushfire ‘crisis’, many mainstream media news reports are now suggesting that most of the fires were intentionally lit.

    Most recently, three 12-year-old boys have been “dealt with” under the Young Offenders Act for deliberately lighting bushfires, as blazes ravage the New South Wales South Coast.

    Police are currently appealing for information about fires at Moonbi, Berkeley, Balgownie, Turramurra, Katoomba, Morisset and the Royal National Park near Loftus.

    There have also been reports of people stealing firefighting equipment, as NSW Police probe several “suspicious” blazes around the state.

    Do you really believe this story? Children are responsible for lighting these fires?

    Other preparations involved geoengineering technologies aimed at inducing drought.

    The upper atmosphere above Antarctica warmed by as much as 40 degrees Celsius in the course of a few days — and it is continuing to warm.

    This rare phenomenon, known as sudden stratospheric warming (SSW), could deepen one of the worst droughts in Australian history.

    The Bureau of Meteorology’s Harry Hendon warned of dry weather ahead.

    “We will typically see conditions across most of Australia, but primarily concentrated in the eastern part of Australia, become warmer and drier through spring and into early summer,” Dr Hendon said.

    SSW is rare in the southern hemisphere with only one major event ever identified, in 2002 — one of Australia’s driest years on record.

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-09-...tlook/11481498

    Weather weapons are real and the G8 countries have the ENMOD treaty to regulate it for themselves. So, for those who continue to troll about this topic, you’re just fooling yourselves every time you do it.

    Why should we be wary government’s Smart Cities?
    The simple answer is that it doesn’t implement all known and suppressed technologies that could potentially render the current economic system obsolete.

    The Smart Cities that the government wants to implement only include communication and automation technologies, which still rely on one central control point, and one power grid.

    It is only labeled as “smart” because the people living in it are using smartphones, interconnected invasive cameras and other embedded technologies that only they know the specific functions thereof.

    With reference to the video below, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull emphasized the value of “togetherness” of people in one location so that they can control everything that’s happening in it.

    Further reading here... Interesting.
    https://eclinik.net/australia-bush-f...-smart-cities/

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    What a coincidence!


    Quote Posted by viking (here)
    The onslaught of bush fires in Australia is readily attributed to “climate change” religion, but there’s more to the story than the first hoax. The various locations where the bush fires started coincided with the proposed path for high-speed trains and the proposed locations of “smart cities.”
    Also see: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1330422
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    Fires in Australia: How you can help



    https://7news.com.au/news/bushfires/...-help-c-629603
    Actual range of fires in Australia as of 7/1/2020.



    You should probably stop sharing these misleading viral 'maps' of the Australian bushfires

    The bushfires currently tearing through Australia are enormous, devastating, and in many cases unprecedented.

    But the difficulty of representing the scale and size of the blazes visually has unfortunately led to a number of viral photos on social media, which are either misleading or entirely faked.

    Link: https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/austr...id=mailsignout
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    "Climate policies aren't meant to control the climate. They're meant to control YOU."

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