It Is Quite Likely, Most California Fires This Week Were Arson Events (no lightning)

California Fires Illegal Aliens Fox Cavuto Malkin Gheen – YouTube


An illegal alien who was deported a number of times only to return, started a fire ‘to keep warm’ in an open field and then left it burning and it burned an acre before being put out.  This is not a ‘small fire’.  The mainstream news has gone nuts over this story because alternative news claimed this man might have been an arsonist responsible for more fires.  What interests me in this story is how the mainstream news makes everything twisted, too, while claiming to ‘tell the truth’.


Sheriff Refutes Breitbart Report Linking Wine Country Fires To Illegal Immigrant « CBS13 | CBS Sacramento: the thing to remember here is, the community where this arson event by the homeless illegal often deported alien is where politicians refuse to deport illegal aliens invading California.


 A right-wing news agency article claiming that an illegal immigrant was arrested in connection with the deadly wine country fires is being called “false and misleading.”


It wasn’t ‘false’ it was speculating about the possibility that this arsonist illegal alien might have started more than one fire.  I bet he did, too.  His story is very screwy and shows signs of him being an arsonist.


At a Tuesday afternoon press conference, Sonoma County Sheriff Robert Giordano directly addressed the false claim.   CBS13 first brought the headline – published in Breitbart – to the attention of the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department that reads, in part:


The suspect “was arrested Sunday on suspicion of arson in wine country fires that have killed at least 40 residents.” While it’s true that a homeless illegal immigrant was arrested for starting a small fire at a park in Sonoma on Sunday, Sheriff Giordano says the suspect is in no way connected to the larger, deadly wildfires.


How does this ‘sanctuary city’ sheriff know this man, who set an entire acre on fire which is not a small fire, how did the sheriff know if this man isn’t setting more fires?  Many years ago, we had a huge arson fire in Sabino Canyon in Arizona and I was the person who spotted the fire starting because I could see up the canyon from our ranch and it ended up being started deliberately by a man who went hiking alone while not knowing how to hike in mountains, thought he was lost (all he had to do was go downhill, this always leads to the open countryside and Tucson).


He set the mountain on fire and was charged for this. Back to the news: in Arizona, drug smugglers and invaders are setting fires deliberately.  Drug smugglers set fires to  distract border guards, for example.  The many fires at the same time in California over a wide area which was not started from just one fire but popped up all over the place suddenly.


Some of these fires were miles away from existing fires, for example and this is highly suspicious.  It is very easy to start fires and fire hazards are a real issue for me: my own mountain community is under ‘fire hazard’ red warnings today after dry winds blew in at the same time trees are dropping their leaves after a hard frost two days ago.


Every fall, we go into ‘fire alert’.  California is ‘fire friendly’ countryside and people living there are mostly recent arrivals, my family lived there since 1849.  We all learned fire drills even in the 1950’s, living mainly on mountains out West, I learned how to put out fires, how to use an ‘Indian tank’ which is portable water you carry on your back.

Brush Fire, Quechan Tribe, Fort Yuma Indian Reservation, 2012, 04/02 19:17:04 – YouTube

It was called this because not racism but because the best fire fighters in Arizona were the native tribes.  And this is who taught my family how to deal with a fire.  They were our teachers.  One thing I learned was, there are mainly two ways fires start out West: humans lighting fires and lightning.  That is the list.  Two items.


The chances that humans started all the fires in California is around 99.9%.  A fire can spark another fire via wind but the starting of the fire was human.  Only you can prevent forest fires! 


Back to the possible illegal alien arsonist who did set one fire deliberately (pretending he was cold and camped out in the middle of a field!):


Homan also confirmed that ICE has issued detainer requests for Jesus Fabian Gonzalez five times now in the past year alone, including the one issued on October 16 in relation to his most recent arrest on suspicion of arson. All of the arrests were made “by Sonoma County on various felony and misdemeanor charges,” according to Homan.


Sonoma County is considered a sanctuary jurisdiction and does not fully cooperate with federal immigration officials. That includes not honoring ICE detainer requests. “ICE was never notified of Mr. Gonzalez’ various releases,” Homan wrote in the statement regarding Gonzalez.


There were several fires in the region, and it is not clear what role the fires Gonzales allegedly set played in the overall disaster.

He needs to be put in prison.  And I can’t feel very sorry for California suffering due to them ignoring reality.  The reality is, that climate there is very benign until it explodes violently.  This is why there was not one iota of any ‘civilization’ arising there whereas there were cities built by the natives in Arizona and Mexico.  California’s native population stayed very nomadic and primitive.


The Papago tribes in Tucson where I grew up, built homes and made lots of very beautiful pottery, for example.  There is very little of this in California from the same period of time, around 500 years ago.  A great drought lasting nearly a century drove out the farmer tribes and their works went to ruin.


But California didn’t even have that.  I always wondered why, when I roamed the West.  It seemed so odd back then.  But over time, I see why: that place is very unstable and has some very destructive natural and human forces at work.


Even so, volcanic locations on earth still revive after major eruptions, it might take a hundred or so years, but for some reason, this didn’t happen in California.  Even north of California, tribes carved great trees into amazing statues.


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13 responses to “It Is Quite Likely, Most California Fires This Week Were Arson Events (no lightning)

  1. Lou

    His arrest was in the news, days ago.

  2. Lou

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  3. Petruchio

    I suspected the cause of these CA fires was arson. It just didn’t seem possible to me that a statewide outbreak of fires could be accidental. So this begs the question: Why? Is it the result of US Foreign policy? Is it some kind of a grudge issue with some entity of the State of California? I’m guessing the Fake News Media will NOT tell the truth here.

  4. Floridasandy

    Too many fires at once, and at night

    Arson fires suspected in deaths in Portugal and Spain also,

  5. Lou

    I suspected the cause of these CA fires was arson.–ssssh

  6. nclaughlin

    I live in Oakmont, a retirement subdivision in Santa Rosa. I was an evacuee for 10 days. The firefighters did a great job saving the community, only two expensive homes near the ridge line were destroyed.

    The night before, we had the most violent winds (up to 70 mph) we ever had. The winds are what created the holocaust from small fires here and there, many of which were caused by downed electrical lines.

    It is hard for me to imagine that a conspiracy of dozens of arsonist started these fires. How would they know that that night there would be such violent winds.

  7. Petruchio

    I don’t live in CA, so I wouldn’t know first hand, but aren’t there numerous precautions people can take to reduce the spread of wildfires, such as controlled fires? It seems that every time these CA fires happen there is at least some mention of how–in the future–these fires can be less damaging.

  8. Jim R

    The whole state has been in a drought for a while now. When it gets like this, fires become almost inevitable. Particularly if there haven’t been any brush-clearing fires for a few decades. Of course, that’s always followed by a desperate witch hunt for a ‘perpetrator’.

    It’s very reminiscent of the wildfire season in Texas in 2011. I’m just glad my own neighborhood was spared. There are lots of juniper trees in the canyon near my house, and if they went up, it would be very much like in Santa Rosa. The whole neighborhood would burn.

  9. In the desert in Arizona, we don’t have the fires California has due to much less vegetation. California has the ability to explode into fire due to having more greenery. There are no forest fires in Death Valley, for example, it is just darn hot there.

  10. Lou

    10–we are talking about this tonite. The rain in california made for a lot of weeds, this last year or 2.

  11. YES, the more RAIN, the greater fire danger in California due to its particular climate. California has the same ‘monsoon/drought’ cycle as Arizona only because it is near the Pacific Ocean, it gets a lot more rain than Arizona.

  12. Lou

    7–It is hard for me to imagine that a conspiracy of dozens of arsonist started these fires. How would they know that that night there would be such violent winds.
    NASA and other aspects of Government can control weather and winds, I think.

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