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Tony HellerPLUS

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Ambulance Chasers Arrive In Colorado

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Within hours of the Colorado fires, the press was on the scene to use human misery to push their agenda.


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Uploaded half a year ago  

January 1st 2022  

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14 Comments

CameronLJS

- half a year ago  

Wouldn’t it be fun to hear informative pieces like this in the mainstream media! Ain’t gonna happen for a long time unless………..YOU start making people aware of…..”the truth”!! I am 🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦

Elvisboy777

- half a year ago  

Thanks

Jeff

- half a year ago  

Fossil fuel ? I've never seen any fossils that were fuel ? If your calling grasses and fire wood fossils we're in trouble ! Hum, sounds like it was around the same time Kentucky got blown apart by tornadoes, just a coincidence I'm sure.

tmcom

- half a year ago  

"Run by Adults" lol, that made my day Tony!

2tearsystem

- half a year ago  

The general attitude of take down the US and install globalism . it is always the bottom line

Juxtaposition

- half a year ago  

In semi-arid environments, there are alternative dry and wet periods. When it is dry, organic life dries and is fuel if flame occurs. When it is wet, the plant life grows to use all the available water and then becomes dry and eventually a resting dormant phase slowly becoming fuel. More water, more biomass. If the accumulation of fuel is not removed, inevitably the fire that must occur, occurs with a massive fuel source. If there is never water then there is no biomass, or if it never dries, then natural decay by active fungi, bacteria, and insects is the natural cycle to remove the acculmination. Or human could set fire at appropriate and opportunistic times.

Brainunwashed

- half a year ago  

Why the hell do Americans build houses out of WOOD. What do they expect to happen with fires and tornadoes etc etc.

2tearsystem

- half a year ago  

The trees ar made of wood and they are still there! Look . 1:11

GordonVigurs

- half a year ago  

I suppose the consequences of stupid building regulations an always be blamed on climate change. Then again a less densely packed neighbourhood wouldn't make as much money, so there is presumably little prospect of doing anything which might prevent a repeat of this. Building on flood planes in the UK also relies heavily on 'climate change' to explain away the inevitable flooding of property which results. A suspicious person might think that 'climate change' just provides a convenient fig leaf to cover corruption in local planning departments.

Wonbadood

- half a year ago  

Same here in Ireland. Building on marsh's and wetlands abounds and the idiots in power wonder why so many small towns are repeatedly flooded? Climate change of course.

Deplorable Neanderthal

- half a year ago  

Shutting down reliable energy supplies for hopium-fueled ones is just virtue signaling... like wearing a useless cloth mask outdoors. No backup plans in sight for energy; nuclear plant approval and construction takes decades. No backup plans for water, either, as the aquifer depletion continues unabated. It's irresponsible madness everywhere you look.

NotJim

- half a year ago  

Wyoming is looking more and more attractive to me. I'm no fan of cold winters, but even less am I enamored of the utter insanity of Leftist politics. It's not just politics anymore. Lives and enterprise are being ruined systematically. Washington State may before long become uninhabitable for me.

Mikeyh0

- half a year ago  

I'm down in Tucson and it's not too bad here. True that I was the only one not wearing a mask to shop for over a year. But at least they let me shop and management was always cool. But then I have been retired for over ten years now and I have no idea what working here is like now.

Bruce_F

- half a year ago  

Fantastic job covering this fire in such a more responsible way than the really bad corporate media. Great explanations - and so sad to see the direction Colorado politicians are taking.