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Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
08-25-2019, 09:13 AM
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Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
they are trying to oust Bolsonaro?
Quote:In the Amazon rainforest, fire season has arrived. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite captured these images of several fires burning in the states of Rondônia, Amazonas, Pará, and Mato Grosso on August 11 and August 13, 2019.

In the Amazon region, fires are rare for much of the year because wet weather prevents them from starting and spreading. However, in July and August, activity typically increases due to the arrival of the dry season. Many people use fire to maintain farmland and pastures or to clear land for other purposes. Typically, activity peaks in early September and mostly stops by November.
https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/images...-in-brazil

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08-25-2019, 09:42 AM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
The current fires are possibly sabotage from NGOs who just stopped receiving funding from countries like Germany and Norway. The timing reminded me of the gas attacks in Syria days after Trump talked about pulling the troops.
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08-25-2019, 09:48 AM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
If you look at the global fire data from 2005 when the soy boom began, the count is several times greater than the 2019 data. But the ruling party at the time was left wing so no one talked about it:

http://www.globalfiredata.org/forecast.html
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08-25-2019, 12:51 PM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
From Marcio:

After reading the silly Zero Hedge article about wildfires in the Amazon, you have retweeted, as a Brazilian, I beg you not to let yourself be deceived by the commie press. In short, please do not be naïve and do not help the globalists you are supposedly trying to fight.

Firstly, superpowers are not concerned about either Indians' welfare or the Amazon jungle or the world climate or the air quality, or else they would have pressed China to stop pollution and to wreck its industry.

They are only interested in the wood (which many of their NGOs smuggle out of Brazil to environment-conscious Europe, Japan, Canada, and the USA), (gold, iron, copper, etc - some of the iron mines could be explored for over 400 years!) ore, the jungle pharmaceutical essences (extremely valuable!), drinkable water (some foreign ships smuggle that as well) and...farming for export to prevent them from starvation, especially after a nuclear war (South America and Africa are known as "reserve land" from which food would be imported and where the elite has property - for instance, Norwegian, Dutch and British Royals own lots of land in the Amazon, as well as many well-off people from other parts of Europe, Japan and North America).

The Amazon is very profitable and the globalist elite wants to keep the profits to themselves (as they do in impoverished Africa), and, if they are not to be taken through corruption, they will take them by military force. We lose trillions of dollars due to smuggling of such resources, most of them carried out by such Amazon "saviors".

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Secondly, President Bolsonaro has always been a fierce enemy of socialists of all shades of red. He has survived an attempt of murder committed by a socialist party activist (he nearly died!) and he has been defamed by the globalist-run press.

The communists have lost some of their grip on Brazil and its rich resources (which helped enrich and keep dictatorships in Cuba, Venezuela, Angola, Mozambique, China, Russia, Nicarágua, Bolívia, etc) and now they want to portrait Bolsonaro as a new Hitler, which is untrue.

He wants to rebuild Brazil, wrecked by over 20 years of socialism. Then, his realistic approach against crime to decrease its soaring rates (nearly 70,000 murders yearly, mostly through urban crime fostered by drug-dealing gangs, but no one seems to be concerned about such war-like slaughter) has been sabotaged by foreign and domestic NGOs, as well as by corrupt politicians in the Parliament (National Congress), a.k.a. foreign agents disguised as congressmen and the press in order to destabilize the nation and to propose "public policies" (more socialism) for the most glory of the world tyranny.

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Thirdly, we are in the dry season from May until October - wildfires break out nearly everywhere. Besides that, there are rumors that those "kind" NGOs have set more fires than farmers (have you ever heard of Hybrid War?). The Amazon itself, according to a map displayed in the ZeroHedge article, has burned much less than the rest of the country. It is a huge place (like about half of the US Mainland area). Surveillance investments (and others as well) had to be cut down as the socialists drained the public funds through corruption and funding of socialism all over the world. Most of the fires are environmental crimes; however, there is a lack of resources to fight them.

Fourthly, as President Bolsonaro is not like the previous bankers' puppets who used to be bribed by globalists before, I am afraid the Amazon will be stolen from Brazilians by military force. Lots of Indian Reservations were created and most of the NGOs encourage separatism and succession through the UN and foreign powers pressure under the excuse of "genocide and self-determination of Indian nations". Actually, the Indian population has grown more than the rest of the population; the government ensures they get all necessary support (good medical care, schools, welfare payments, tax exemption, etc) so that they are not seduced by foreign interests there. Nationalists are in peril!

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Nevertheless, the press urges the UN and those foreign states to save the Amazon from Brazilians. I guess the next step is to foster a proxy war between Indians (coincidentally living in very resourceful areas) and the Brazilian military (as intelligence officials have long warned the government) - and then another Yugoslavia-like NATO and UN intervention will be on the way to ensure Brazilians will stay away from THEIR own resources in order to guarantee international companies profits. In short, they want us to lose sovereignity over our own territory - something the UK, the USA, France, Norway, Germany, Japan, Russia, China, etc would never accept, nor would the European protesters who recently vandalized Brazilian embassies in London and in Berlin.

https://www.henrymakow.com/2019/08/brazi...naro-.html
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08-25-2019, 03:29 PM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
Good post. It's not the first time I've seen this guy writing for Henry Makow.com , a couple months ago he posted some good insight on Venezuela as well.

There is very little anybody can do to control these fires. They can't even stop them from happening in California which has 1/10th of the size and and infinitely better budget than the Amazon states in Brazil.
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08-25-2019, 03:45 PM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
(08-25-2019 12:51 PM)pug-thug Wrote:  Nevertheless, the press urges the UN and those foreign states to save the Amazon from Brazilians. I guess the next step is to foster a proxy war between Indians (coincidentally living in very resourceful areas) and the Brazilian military (as intelligence officials have long warned the government) - and then another Yugoslavia-like NATO and UN intervention will be on the way to ensure Brazilians will stay away from THEIR own resources in order to guarantee international companies profits. In short, they want us to lose sovereignity over our own territory - something the UK, the USA, France, Norway, Germany, Japan, Russia, China, etc would never accept, nor would the European protesters who recently vandalized Brazilian embassies in London and in Berlin.

Indian reservations in beige. Combined they are roughly the size of Arizona. Brazil needs nukes asap.

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08-26-2019, 12:29 AM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
seeing burned animal pics all over social media..

Seems like they are playing up something that normally happens to OUST a conservative LEADER

NWO SHADY!
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08-26-2019, 04:51 AM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
The plan was, and probably still is, to do the same thing in southern Russia (Muslim-dominated Caucasus) and western China (Xinjiang, also Muslim, but not majority AFAIK).

Not fires. I mean that the plan was to say that these areas are terrorist training grounds, and the local government is failing to tackle the issue so NATO for example 'has to' step in.

Alternatively, if the governments DO crack down, then NATO would step in to stop 'oppression' or 'genocide'.
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08-26-2019, 08:13 PM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
(08-25-2019 09:42 AM)CTsar Wrote:  The current fires are possibly sabotage from NGOs who just stopped receiving funding from countries like Germany and Norway. The timing reminded me of the gas attacks in Syria days after Trump talked about pulling the troops.



But instead of reporting that, the MSM is suggesting that Bolsonaro is secretly responsible.

I'm just trying to figure this shit out like you are.
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08-27-2019, 03:19 AM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
This is what war will look like in the 21st century.

Plausible deniability. Just causing riots and natural disasters in your enemy's territory.

Its almost like the California wild fires were some sort of test run, experiment, demonstration.
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08-27-2019, 04:33 AM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
(08-25-2019 03:45 PM)CTsar Wrote:  
(08-25-2019 12:51 PM)pug-thug Wrote:  Nevertheless, the press urges the UN and those foreign states to save the Amazon from Brazilians. I guess the next step is to foster a proxy war between Indians (coincidentally living in very resourceful areas) and the Brazilian military (as intelligence officials have long warned the government) - and then another Yugoslavia-like NATO and UN intervention will be on the way to ensure Brazilians will stay away from THEIR own resources in order to guarantee international companies profits. In short, they want us to lose sovereignity over our own territory - something the UK, the USA, France, Norway, Germany, Japan, Russia, China, etc would never accept, nor would the European protesters who recently vandalized Brazilian embassies in London and in Berlin.

Indian reservations in beige. Combined they are roughly the size of Arizona. Brazil needs nukes asap.

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Quote:Brazil needs nukes asap.

Not sure I follow? You're kidding or are you serious?
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08-27-2019, 10:15 AM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
Largest renewable fresh water reserves in the world + farmable land the size of continental Europe. How do you defend it?
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08-27-2019, 04:17 PM
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Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
@ShellenbergerMD: The photos you saw weren't of today's fires in Brazil

Amazon isn't the "lungs of the world"

Deforestation is 75% below 2004 peak

*Forest* fires not increasing

Fires 7% more than decadal ave.

Here's why everything they say about the Amazon is wrong

https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelshel...3e08d5bde0

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08-27-2019, 05:09 PM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
"Against the picture painted of an Amazon forest on the verge of disappearing, a full 80% remains standing. Half of the Amazon is protected against deforestation under federal law. "
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08-28-2019, 02:42 AM
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RE: Nasa says fires in Amazon totally normal for this time of year
Apparently Bolsonaro burned Macron HARD, after Macron wanted to tell Brazil how to deal with the fires, and send money to 'help' (always with strings attached, naturally).

And blew him the f*** out by saying Macron and France couldn't even stop an old church from burning down! OUCH! Big Grin
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