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Deborah Tavares

December 13, 2019

FIRE-STORMS Out of Control - Sydney, Australia

 

This is WAR - ARSON is Legal - WHY?

Directed Energy Weapons Engaged

Lasers, Arson, Aerosol Spraying - increasing combustibility.

 

Creating the Wind Gusts. Lowering the Humidity. Increasing the Temperature, pulsing the Smart Meters, sending looters into areas that have been evacuated, and calling upon the brave fire fighters that are soldiers in an unacknowledged war.

In Australia Authorities are blaming climate change, Is this a LIE? We Face "Weather Weapon Deniers" - Deadly Deceivers . . . We await photographs from our Aussie friends that will show the heavy chemtrailing prior and during this ATTACK on them. 

This is WAR.  We are being told Australia's national climate resilience programs are to limit or remove other human pressures on systems affected by climate change. Australia's worst drought - campaigners are blaming the disaster on global warming

'It wasn't a bushfire; it was a firestorm': Residents tell of horror as homes are destroyed Greater Sydney receives its first ever catastrophic fire warning Residents are warned to prepare to evacuate. Every suburb in Sydney must brace for devastating bushfires on Tuesday as 37C (98.6 degrees) high temperatures, 10 per cent low humidity and 60kmh (37.28 mph) winds create 'catastrophic' conditions, fire chiefs have warned.

'Suppression is futile. The focus is on life safety and life protection. 'The high winds mean that embers travel large distances - dangerous embers capable of sparking secondary fires towards beachside suburbs’. The volunteer firefighters who were barely able to see a few feet ahead of themselves 'The sound was like a freight train

Victorian firefighters managed to save the community hall - 'the hub of our village' - but homes dating back to the early 20th century and their contents had been lost.

'Our heritage, our history is just disappearing. Officially declared a state of emergency which will last for seven days - as fire chiefs warned the infernos will be too dangerous to put out!

WHY the ATTACK on AUSTRALIA? Read the Agenda's BEHIND the Devastation, Fire and Smoke. Learn WHY these weapons are being used and for what purpose.  The conclusion is at the end of what you will see below . . .But what you will read right here is part of the WHY

Quotes from the Australia | Climate Action Tracker

The Australian government dismissed the findings of the IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C , discontinued its funding to the Green Climate Fund (GCF), ignored the call by the UN Secretary General and its Pacific Island neighbors to increase its climate action, let alone the expressed desire of Australians for more action - and its emissions continue to increase, despite Government protestations to the contrary. Australia's emissions from fossil fuels and industry continue to rise. The rapid ramp-up in the production of liquified natural gas (LNG) for export means LNG processing has driven huge increases in greenhouse gas emissions in Australia.

The "Climate Solutions Package" announced in February 2019 confirms that the Australian government is not intending to implement any serious climate policy efforts. Instead, it wants to meet its targets by relying on carry over units from the Kyoto Protocol, which would significantly lower the actual emission reductions needed. The National Hydrogen Strategy released in November 2019 risks becoming a brown hydrogen strategy in favor of propping up coal and carbon capture and storage technology, rather than focusing on renewable energy and green hydrogen.

The government also wants to continue relying on the inadequate policy instrument, the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) now re-named the "Climate Solutions Fund" which is failing to contribute to any significant emissions reductions. Recent ERF auctions have seen fewer emissions abatements contracted, projects have been dropped from the fund for failing to meet abatements, there are issues of additionality, and the fund is dominated by land use sector abatements with a high risk of reversal, for example through bushfires.

In Australia the council is on track to be powered by 100% renewable energy by 2020, a goal that was initially set for 2030. The council is also petitioning Australia's federal government to form a Just Transition Authority to ensure Australians employed in fossil fuel industries find appropriate alternate employment.   Did YOU Know This?

Tragedy and Agenda's BEHIND the Fire and Smoke

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ne.....fires.html

https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news.....ar-BBY25uV

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ne.....fires.html

Sydney's 'ring of fire': Terrifying map shows suburbs most likely to be ravaged by bushfires tomorrow and why embers could fall on the Opera House

Every suburb in Sydney must brace for devastating bush-fires on Tuesday as 37C temperatures, 10 per cent humidity and 60kmh winds create 'catastrophic' conditions, fire chiefs have warned.

The suburbs most directly at risk are near the bushland areas around the city such as the Hawkesbury region and Hornsby in the north, Penrith in the west and Camden and Sutherland in the south.

But fire bosses have warned 'no area is entirely safe' as high winds could send dangerous embers capable of sparking secondary fires towards beachside suburbs such as Manly and even the CBD, home to the Opera House.

'We want to make it clear that everywhere in Sydney and the surrounding area may be affected,' said Ben Shepherd of the New South Wales Rural Fire Service.

'The high winds we are expecting on Tuesday mean that embers travel large distances. For example, if there is a fire in Garigal National Park then embers may fall in and around Manly,' he told Daily Mail Australia. Mr Shepherd said that embers or ash may even fall in the CBD, adding: 'We want everyone to be aware of the danger.'

On Monday afternoon, Northern Beaches Police issued a statement on social media warning residents that tomorrow 'will not be a normal day.' 'We're hoping for the best but planning for the worst. The best is no fires,' they said in a Facebook post. 'The worst is a 1 in 100-year event.' NSW Department of Education also released a list of public and independent schools that will be shut on Tuesday due to increased fire risk.

 The suburbs most directly at risk of fire are near the bushland areas around the city such as the Hawkesbury region and Hornsby in the north, Penrith in the west and Camden, Campbelltown and Sutherland in the south. Fire chiefs cannot predict exactly where fires will be and have urged residents to keep up with the situation which may change due to the weather

Greater Sydney receives its first ever catastrophic fire warning State of emergency: Fire chiefs warned that conditions on Tuesday could be so bad that it will be too dangerous for firefighters to try to put out the flames. Raging: A huge inferno took hold near Yeppoon, central Queensland. Almost 50 fires are burning in Queensland with crews focused on three that could threaten lives.

 EXCERPTS:

Local governments are on the frontline in dealing with the impacts of climate change. They have an essential role to play in ensuring that particular local circumstances are adequately considered in the overall adaptation response and in involving the local community directly in efforts to facilitate effective change.

Increases in extreme weather including longer and more severe heatwaves, increased bushfire weather, increased intensity of extreme rainfall events southern and eastern Australia is projected to experience more extreme fire-related weather (high confidence) the time in drought is projected to increase over southern Australia (high confidence), with a greater frequency of extreme droughts (medium confidence) .

Australia's national climate resilience has three elements: global action to reduce emissions; effective adaptation research, planning and action at the national and sub-national levels; and programs to limit or remove other human pressures on systems affected by climate change.

https://interestingengineering.....ent-action

The council is on track to be powered by 100% renewable energy by 2020, a goal that was initially set for 2030. The council is also petitioning Australia's federal government to form a Just Transition Authority to ensure Australians employed in fossil fuel industries find appropriate alternate employment.

 The Australian government dismissed the findings of the IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C , discontinued its funding to the Green Climate Fund (GCF), ignored the call by the UN Secretary General and its Pacific Island neighbors to increase its climate action, let alone the expressed desire of Australians for more action - and its emissions continue to increase, despite Government protestations to the contrary. Australia's emissions from fossil fuels and industry continue to rise. The rapid ramp-up in the production of liquified natural gas (LNG) for export means LNG processing has driven huge increases in greenhouse gas emissions in Australia.

The "Climate Solutions Package" announced in February 2019 confirms that the Australian government is not intending to implement any serious climate policy efforts. Instead, it wants to meet its targets by relying on carry over units from the Kyoto Protocol, which would significantly lower the actual emission reductions needed. The National Hydrogen Strategy released in November 2019 risks becoming a brown hydrogen strategy in favor of propping up coal and carbon capture and storage technology, rather than focusing on renewable energy and green hydrogen.

The government also wants to continue relying on the inadequate policy instrument, the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) now re-named the "Climate Solutions Fund" which is failing to contribute to any significant emissions reductions. Recent ERF auctions have seen fewer emissions abatement's contracted, projects have been dropped from the fund for failing to meet abatement's, there are issues of additionality, and the fund is dominated by land use sector abatement's with a high risk of reversal, for example through bush-fires.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/sc.....n/11243486

26, 2019 ... Activists hold a sign reading climate emergency alongside Sydney ... for honesty and action from media and government on climate change.

OUR HEARTS GO OUT TO ALL WHO ARE EXPERIENCING THESE ATTACKS

 

 

                 

W. O. Belfield, Jr.

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