A perfect man made storm caused by;
1. Increased temperatures (for sure and forecast by CSIRO as early as 1987), 2.Dumb fire break rules, 3.Ignoring the fire chief’s analyst they would need fire fighting aircraft. 4. Rejecting offer of fire fighting aircraft from Russia (2009 – aircraft now snapped up by US firm possibly as a form of privatising emergency humanitarian fire fighting efforts. The fire fighting retardants dumped from craft are themselves a questionable bolting of the stable door, as a result of parking the ambulance at the bottom (as opposed to land rejuvenation and water security measures being deployed instead), 5.Holding military exercise in peak risk areas using flammable chaf 5. Doppler radar microwaves and electromagnetic stimulation of atmosphere (ionising sky and stimulating lighting and potentially fire tornadoes in turn), 6. Rainmaking materials that soak ground with flammable and toxic materials adding further soil and water degradation,7. Arson (105cases) and some of that need deeper analyst regarding why some were charged some were not 9. Fuel truck fires, 10. Water privatisation and speculation 11. Lack of water drying out vegetation, 12. Antarctic dry winds, a regular predicable weather pattern not taken into account visa long term planning. 13. Fire department budget cuts and red tap resulting in personnel restrictions and issue recruiting volunteers 14. Outlawing fire department fund raising 15. Intensive logging 16. Allowing urbanisation to occur in high risk fire areas — The Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Fire Economics, Planning United States Forestry Service 2009 By Armando González Cabán (a highly recommenced read) pretty much vindicates me on a lot these points, especially the point they knew it was coming but the powers that be chose to do nothing or close to it.


Feel free to add your thoughts but gist is what ever your views might be on climate change. It does not change the fact the powers that be knew it was coming (as their own long term modelling forecast it) and they not only sat back did zilch but they made sure that everything they could do to put wood on the fire happened – a perfect storm that is now helping to generate food energy and water scarcity that will drives prices sky high.



Former New South Wales Fire and Rescue chief Greg Mullins — one of the founders of the Emergency Leaders for Climate Action Group — said the group sought a meeting with the Federal Government to discuss the issue of needing bigger fire fighting aircraft in April and again in May (2019), immediately after the federal election.

January 2019 http://www.rusaviainsider.com/us-company-russian-beriev-200-firefighting-amphibians/?fbclid=IwAR2T Two American firms snap up all the fire fighting aircraft they buy on basis of where they know there is a market. These are the aircraft that Australian government said no to in 2009 when offered them by Russia.


The issue of the toxicity of fire retardants however also underscores a policy which did not focus on preventative medicine in term of fire management, national water security and ignore proactive highly successful rejuvenation techniques outlined below.


1987 CSIRO experts saying what will happen with fires and yet (and it makes no difference if you believe in climate change or not, as that’s not the point) and yet the rule of thumb is they did nothing that would help them deal with the anticipated threat and every thing that would enhance the risk



Indigenous fire practitioner Victor Steffensen blames poor fire management httpd://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-11-14/traditional-owners-predicted-bushfire-disaster/11700320?fbclid=IwAR2b3CMIacnXyQ5jGHmLSyr5-s1zcuUdsNgg5Z9P6CCfqMymHmP7HQ4ywr8

Yet while fire breaks restriction are blamed on fire in cases that accusation not true in every case. “Everything that should be done, was done and lots more”.

The point to take away is there is not one sole cause but a collective set of causes many of which were forecast all of which have an predictable economic fall out and will enhance further centralisation of power and wealth.











Another volunteer fire fighter speak up with his analyst worth a consideration:

Bruce Walker… “Hi everyone, my name is Bruce walker, you might remember me from ABC TV yesterday, i’m one of the survivors of the wytaliba fires of last Friday 8th November 2019.

responding to this well informed fuckwit here – Anthony Goodwin

so mate – first up, i’ve been an RFS volunteer for close to 20 years, and am part of the highly regarded Wytaliba RFS – one of the most respected and hardened crews on the northern tablelands and beyond. our crew number over 50 and include decorated vets of ash wednesday and many other national distaster catastrophic level fires.

regarding hazzard reduction. let me fill you in.

for my time here, we used to do managed hazzard reduction whenever it was viable in winter.

however – sadly, the moment gina and rupert went halves and purchased the LNP wholesale, we saw a MASSIVE increase in wholesale industrial logging across the nation.

tell me, anthony – do you garden? do you use MULCH?

compare a mulched garden to a non-mulched garden. you’ll see a near instant difference. if you’re not schooled on how soil works, try standing all day in the sun with no hat on. what happens?

that’s right, anthony. your head gets fucking hot.

that’s what’s happened to the planet. now. as anyone who’s dabbled in, you know… physics, will spell out better than i can – an increase of just one degree is quite significant.

another neato thing physics talks about is the water cycle, anthony.

you see, part of the water cycle is this cool thing called “transpiration”

it’s part 4 of this essential way in which trees send up moisture to meet clouds, creating low pressure troughs which draw rainfall inland.

in fact, it’s physically impossible to get rain on the lee side of a mountain, without trees doing this very thing. impossible. ask the residents of the atacama desert in chile – who haven’t had rain for one THOUSAND years. why? no fucking trees, anthony.

so anyway, back to the greens enacting a ban on burnoffs – that time we elected them to majority government and they had the final say.

when was that again, anthony? i’ll wait.

nah. lets move on, since we ALL know this was never a thing . ever.

so anyway – here in wytaliba, we used to have an incredibly green lush valley – right up until industrial loggers finally broke in to compartments to our north. right about this time, there was a near instant and significant drop to our vital streamflow.

this happened again after each and every highland logging operation – and with LNP slashing and burning every national park in sight, well… you know, lets’ not go there. climate change is a hoax, right?

so wholesale burn quotas came in with LNP too. this… well.. i just want to pause here and say “wow” because this did indeed make us say wow.

in recent years, we’ve seen hazzard reduction burns take place completely surrounding our once green, lush valley. so much so, that after the last july burn – of an area once supplying most of our water – well… 27 years of no burn had left a healthy and regenerating semi-arid rainforest. now it’s simply arid nothing.

despite this burn and 3 more last year, we got the following result – fires flared up in this dry mulchless wasteland and burned for 6 weeks, destroying 2 more former rainforest areas, leaving them also tinder dry and unable to transpire – hasn’t actually rained a drop since then. weird. almost like cause and effect took place.

clouds pass over, for sure. they get rain on the tablelands even – but – as physics reminds us, when air drops, it warms, expands, and rather than raining, sucks even more moisture from trees and soil.

oh well.

i mean, this is normal for australia, isn’t it? watching 200 or more year old trees slowly wither and die right in front of you. that’s normal. happens all the time. rivers dry up too, even though ours is home to platypi – who aren’t known for travelling much – and hasn’t dried up in probably 100,000 years minimum.

until last summer, and it’s been bone dry since august.

this has never happened in my entire 25 or so years here. no local elders remember such a thing. wow.

now, we all know about the bees nest and kingsgate fires and the hundreds more around the state. my crew and many other heroic RFS volunteers have been fighting them for months on end.

yet another backburn actually got lit up about a month ago, on our south side, just half an hour before high southerly winds were due. the responsible paid agency, then ran out of paid hours, packed up and left it to spot onto our property and threaten 80 homes.

we’re like the mujahideen of firefighting though, so we got it after about 10 days nonstop hectic battle.

this… brings us up to date, andrew. we’ve got bare, blacked out dust for 50km in all directions. right up to the actual eaves of half the homes here.

which is why, friday’s hellstorm caught all of us by surprise, andrew.

a mushroom cloud went up at 3pm, 20 or so km away. within 30 minutes, high winds turned that into a 20km long front – strangely, this front was on ground burnt black as recently as 3 weeks ago – crown fires too, since every tree was literally a giant matchstick with dead leaves and nothing else.

this then switched to 80km/h southerlies and rained hell on 3500 acres of already blacked out ground.

well… you can’t say we didn’t prep or do hazard reduction redneck style, can you Andrew? or can you?

curiously, within 1 hour we’d lost 20 homes, a school, a fire-shed, and a concrete fucking bridge – meaning only 2 outside units even got in to help.

falling trees in the hundreds blocked the old grafton road, so no one could even help neighbours.

by dawn, of 80 homes in our community, 52 were lost, 2 dead (one a sex party voter, the other apolitical – this one is for you, Barnaby fucking Joyce) 😉 we had many injured, thousands of local animals died, and.. it’ looks like a war-zone here. which it did almost before, except we had homes.

so, Anthony Goodwin and ALL you fucking armchair experts out there, tell me. how again, was this the greens fault?

thanks. looking forward to your well thought out response.

Bruce walker, wytaliba RFS member and survivor. 🙊🙉🖕”

clouds pass over, for sure. they get rain on the tablelands even – but – as physics reminds us, when air drops, it warms, expands, and rather than raining, sucks even more moisture from trees and soil.
wytaliba, we used to have an incredibly green lush valley – right up until industrial loggers finally broke in to compartments to our north. right about this time, there was a near instant and significant drop to our vital stream-flow.

this happened again after each and every highland logging operation – and with LNP slashing and burning every national park in sight, well… you know, lets’ not go there. climate change is a hoax, ri

22:36 Politicians putting spin to down play the effectiveness of Peter Andrews rejuvenation methods.
See also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDgDWbQtlKI

Instead the solution is ‘fix’ the issue after the horse has bolted by using toxic fire retardants that will work their way into soil, food chain and water ways causing further environmental degradation



Fires create their own weather this helps ionise the upper atmosphere which can in turn be tapped into by those seeking to manipulate and harness the electromagnetic spectrum for telecommunications and military advantage.

Many of the company and technology involved in this kind of research seem to have moved (or expanded) into key areas at the same time.

Is this a case a of seizing opportunity from crisis? Or helping insuring a perfect storm to assist their own goals of power and centralised wealth??



https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1029/2011JA017061 Gist is lightening charges ionosphere better than ground based antennas could ever hope to do – so if you wanna charge the upper atmosphere summon lightening and building a great big fires a really good way to do that. Aborigines knew fire season was the lightening season that signalled the coming of “bush tucker”.

Firestorm at Urulu replicates storms in NZ days ahead of white Island and coordinated with hard man made assets moved into area or launched in same time as tectonic atmosphere coupling investigators and GPS investigators in UK Chile run into trouble over over sites linked to global electromagnetic experiments. In each case as we looked areas with highly peculiar anomaly matched with headlines events the results were predictable when I picked up the rock and looked at what hard assets involved in manipulating the electromagnetic spectrum for military or weather modification purposes we could find on the ground.



TEMPERATURE SPIKE AT MALLACOOTA NOT A NATURAL PHENOMENONAround 8am two days ago the ambient air temp at Mallacoota Inlet in VC suddenly rose from 24C to over 48C in less than 30 minutes, then returned to 24C in another 30 minutes. No natural phenomenon could do this. A direct lightning strike to the weather station would make a much more abrupt and extreme spike off the chart. This happened as the town was waking up to pitch blackness when it should have been a sunny day, and was shortly engulfed by a massive fire-storm that had moving at the unprecedented speed of covering 20 kms in 4 hours. These charts are from two different sources, one of them BOM


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  1. Driving through rural Australia, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish country hit by fires from country where even native vegetation has turned up its heels through lack of water.


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