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SMART Meters Being Used To Implode Buildings in California During Firestorms

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“The Most Selective Wildfires in Recorded History”

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How do out-of-control wildfires only burn down houses to the ground while leaving nearby trees completely unaffected?! (Posted at OPERATION TORCH CALIFORNIA: A Special Report on the Firestorm Terror Operation)

State of the Nation

The pieces of the California firestorm puzzle are slowly being put into their proper place.

The photo above is a crucial piece of that puzzle.

Notice the houses — ONLY — are destroyed; not burned to the ground, mind you, rather they are imploded which causes them to collapse in on themselves with great force and destruction.

Also, notice how the trees and grass and streets and sidewalks show no evidence whatsoever of fire damage.

That’s because there was no fire … and certainly not a wildfire anywhere near that residential subdivision.

So what’s really going on here?

KEY POINT: There is a back story here that cannot be denied given the
curious timing of this highly calculated and ongoing environmental terrorism strategically carried out in the fertile valleys of California.
CALIFORNIA FIRESTORMS GEOENGINEERED: Here’s why and who’s doing it 

SMART meters

Now we understand the extraordinary and relentless push to get SMART meters in every home and business in America.

Even when the electrical grid goes down Smart meters are equipped with technology that provides a digital signature that can be identified by drones, airplanes and satellites from above.  It also appears that these devices can be triggered to start a small isolated fire.  Whether they can be used to start a whole house electrical fire is also a distinct possibility.

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PRESS RELEASE: Rep. Maloney Demands Reinstatement of USFS Employee Fired in Retribution for Reporting Sexual Assault

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PRESS RELEASE:  Rep. Maloney Demands Reinstatement of USFS Employee Fired in Retribution for Reporting Sexual Assault

WASHINGTON, DC – Following yesterday’s hearing in the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee with United States Forest Service Chief Vicki Christiansen, Rep. Maloney requested a written response from Chief Christiansen on how the USFS will change and make better its system for handling workplace sexual assault and harassment.

In her letter, the Congresswoman points out that Shannon Reed was fired in retaliation to lodging a complaint of sexual harassment. The Congresswoman therefore requested in her letter to Chief Christiansen that “as you work to correct these problems at the US Forest Service, I strongly urge you to consider restoring Ms. Reed’s employment, if that is what she desires. It was made clear at the hearing today that Ms. Reed was forced out of her position unjustly and prematurely. Furthermore, having been a victim of both sexual harassment and the dysfunctional process after the fact, Ms. Reed is in a unique position to prevent other women from suffering the same abuse to which she was subjected.”

Full text of the letter is below and a PDF can be found here.

Dear Chief Christiansen,

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TS Radio Network: Medical Kidnap News with Terri LaPointe

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Terri LaPointe

MEDICAL KIDNAP NEWS

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AFTER THE SMOKE CLEARS…

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Chuck Frank

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 Once upon a time, some years ago I lived in Paradise, CA. which was a beautiful town.  I remember that many times I walked the flume along the Feather River which had been built slightly above the river by the electric company.  And since the Camp Fire just went through the town I wonder if that portion of the forest had also vanished. The fire is one of the saddest burns ever, displacing so many people. The property, much of what is private, was covered with thousands upon thousands of evergreen trees.  Because of the devastation of the burn, there now needs to be a total reassessment of how forested public lands are managed and now we must forge ahead with a new vision of how lands and people must be protected from fire.  The previous forestry blueprint laid the groundwork for seasonal fires to move dramatically and rapidly to where they would not only burn uncontrollably, they would also burn for months until the rains came.  The infernos, then and now were still part of a policy that did not lend itself to proper preventative fire management which would include protective firebreaks and the thinning of trees, whether it be on public or private property.

   Around the year 2010 I interviewed the Tahoe National Forest supervisor who has since retired and he then shared how the management of the federal forests was actually an “experiment.”  So, there is no real science going on here, and with 300 million people in America at risk, previous policies which allowed fires to burn naturally from lightning strikes does not consider the risks involved and the safety of the people. More

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