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Australian Police Say Arsonists & Lightning to Blame For Bushfires, Not Climate Change

Sit down global warming alarmists.

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Authorities in Australia are working on the premise that arsonists and lightning strikes are to blame for bushfires that have devastated numerous areas of the country, not “climate change” as many global warming alarmists have claimed.

Since November, the fires have struck various regions of the state of New South Wales, destroying thousands of buildings and killing at least 22 people.

Despite the fact that bushfires are not uncommon in Australia, the severity of the damage led numerous climate change alarmists to blame the disaster on man-made global warming.

Earlier this week, Bernie Sanders blamed those who were “delaying action on climate change” for “the blood-red sky and unbreathable air in Australia because of raging forest fires.”

However, according to those tasked with investigating the fires, climate change has nothing to do with it.

“Police are now working on the premise arson is to blame for much of the devastation caused this bushfire season,” reports 7 News Sydney.

Authorities in the country have formed Strike Force Indarra, comprising of detectives from homicide and arson units in an attempt to find the culprits.

Other causes for the fires include lightning strikes and a natural weather phenomenon called Dipole, again neither of which have anything to do with man-made climate change.

Many bushfires are also actually caused by environmentalist ‘green’ policies which prevent land owners from clearing their own vegetation to protect themselves.

“Governments appeasing the green beast have ignored numerous state and federal bushfire inquiries over the past decade, almost all of which have recommended increasing the practice of “prescribed burning,” writes Miranda Devine. “Also known as “hazard reduction”, it is a methodical regime of burning off flammable ground cover in cooler months, in a controlled fashion, so it does not fuel the inevitable summer bushfires.”

As ever with climate change alarmists, they don’t let the facts get in the way of a good power grab.

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Watch: CNN Reporter Claims Coronavirus Has “Helped Humanity Buy Some Time Against Global Warming”

Fake news guy claims the virus came from too much deforestation.

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CNN reporter Bill Weir suggested during a report that the pause in industry and transportation due to coronavirus has “helped humanity buy some time” against global warming, a pointless suggestion, even if you believe the most ardent of climate doomsayers.

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Weir makes the suggestion and asks ‘what’s wrong with that assumption?’, to which climate scientist Jonathan Foley replies that we’d have to keep doing the same thing for 30 years to begin to see the results Weir is suggesting are already happening.

The CNN reporter also seems to suggest in the report that deforestation has caused coronavirus because “virologists warned that an invisible enemy would come out of the jungles” but we kept cutting them down.

“They were right” Weir bizarrely concludes, adding that there’s also an invisible enemy in the skies and the seas that should be taken seriously.

No doubt this clip will be front and centre of the powerpoint presentations of ‘coronavirus is nature’s revenge’ doomers everywhere.

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Canada: Environmentalist Protesters Attempt to Derail Train

Some call for group responsible to be labeled domestic terror organization.

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Shocking video out of Ontario, Canada shows left-wing environmentalist protesters attempt to derail and then set fire to a train.

Members of the Mohawk First Nation, who are engaging in rail blockades in an effort to stop the construction of a pipeline, were filmed standing in front of a train before pelting it with rocks and then laying thick tree branches on the tracks.

The footage then shows the protesters burning wooden pallets in an attempt to set fire to the train.

Another video shows firefighters attending to a car that was engulfed in flames and placed on the railway tracks.

Some reacted to the clips by calling for the group to be listed as a domestic terror organization.

“It is extremely concerning to see people endangering their own lives and the lives of others by trying to interfere with the trains,” remarked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

According to Quebec Premier Francois Legault, some of the demonstrators have also been seen carrying AK-47s.

While some of the protesters have been arrested while manning the blockades, no charges have been brought.

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After Failing With Worm Burgers, Norwegian Grocery Chain to Launch Cricket Burgers

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After failing to convince consumers to buy worm burgers, a Norwegian grocery chain is trying to market burgers made from ground up crickets.

Supermarket Meny scrapped the idea of worm burgers after insufficient demand but seem convinced that they can stir up enthusiasm for people to chomp down on insects.

“It is difficult to see whether Norwegian consumers are more open to insects in a burger than bread, but the link to testing alternative protein sources, such as insects, is probably more closely linked to a burger,” communications manager of Meny, Nina Horn Hynne, told E24.

According to the article, office staff at Meny were asked to try the cricket burger and they found it very appetizing.

“It tastes good,” says one employee. “Crunchy but with a little unusual taste.”

Thomas Rognstad, chairman of Urban Food in Norway, said the burgers, which are made by grounding down the crickets and adding flour, were easy to produce because crickets don’t need much space, water or food and they contain 60 per cent protein.

Judging by some of the respondents to the article, the cricket burgers are probably going to be as unpopular as the worm burgers.

“There no chance in hell I would eat this,” said one.

“No boycott is needed because there won’t even be any sale,” added another.

However, when cricket burgers were launched at a Mexican restaurant in Soho, New York, they were apparently a “surprise hit.”

Eating bugs has been heavily promoted by cultural institutions and the media over the past year because people are being readied to accept drastically lower standards of living under disastrous global ‘Green New Deal’ programs that will make normal meat production vastly more expensive.

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