CALIFORNIA INFERNO TOLL RISES TO 63: 600+ MISSING: 12,000 buildings have been destroyed: Wildfires choking the state
Photo Washington Post The number of people missing in northern California's devastating wildfire has leapt to more than 600, and seven more bodies have been found, according to local authorities. The missing persons' list has doubled since earlier on Thursday. The Camp Fire, the state's deadliest and most destructive blaze, has killed at least 63 people. Nearly 12,000 buildings have been destroyed. According to Reuters, thousands of additional structures are still threatened as firefighters, many from distant states, laboured to contain and suppress the flames. The revised roster of 630 missing people is up from 297 listed on Thursday by the Butte County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Kory Honea on Thursday said the remains of seven victims have been located since Wednesday's tally of 56. Nearly 300 people reported missing have been found alive and the list of missing would fluctuate, he said. A.P. Reports, smoke masks, eye drops, no outdoor exercise, this is how Californians are trying to cope with wildfires choking the state, but experts say an increase in serious health problems may be almost inevitable for vulnerable residents as the disasters become more commonplace. Research suggests children, the elderly and those with existing health problems are most at risk. Short-term exposure to wildfire smoke can worsen existing asthma and lung disease, leading to emergency room treatment or hospitalization, studies have shown.
California Fire: Number of Missing Soars Past 1,000 as Death Toll Hits 71 Date: November 17, 2018Author: Nwo Report
CHICO, Calif. (AP) — With the confirmed death toll at 71 and the list of unaccounted for people more than 1,000, authorities in Northern California on Friday searched for those who perished and those who survived the fiercest of wildfires ahead of a planned visit by President Donald Trump.
Deputies found eight more bodies Friday, bringing the death toll to 71. The number of people unaccounted for grew from 631 on Thursday night to more than 1,011 on Friday, but Sheriff Kory Honea said the list was dynamic and could easily contain duplicate names and unreliable spellings of names. He said the roster probably includes some who fled the blaze and do not realize they’ve been reported missing.
Some on the list have been confirmed as dead by family and friends on social media. Others have been located and are safe, but authorities haven’t gotten around to marking them as found. Tamara Conry said she should never have been on the list. “My husband and I are not missing and never were!” Conry wrote Thursday night on Facebook. “We have no family looking for us. … I called and left a message to take our names off.” Authorities compiled the list by going back to listen to all the dispatch calls they received since the fire started, to make sure they didn’t miss anyone. In last year’s catastrophic wildfires in California wine country, Sonoma County authorities at one point listed more than 2,000 people as missing. But they slowly whittled down the number. In the end, 44 people died in several counties. The wildfire this time all but razed the town of Paradise, population 27,000, and heavily damaged the outlying communities of Magalia and Concow on Nov. 8, destroying 9,700 houses and 144 apartment buildings, authorities said. Firefighters were gaining ground against the blaze, which blackened 222 square miles (575 square kilometers). It was 45 percent contained and posed no immediate threat to populated areas. Crews managed to stop it from spreading toward Oroville, population 19,000. This patch of California, a former Gold Rush region in the Sierra Nevada foothills, is to some extent Trump country, with Trump beating Hillary Clinton in Butte County by 4 percentage points in 2016. But some survivors resent that Trump took to Twitter two days after the disaster to blame the wildfires on poor forest mismanagement. He threatened to withhold federal payments from California. “If you insult people, then you go visit them, how do you think you’re going to be accepted? You’re not going to have a parade,” Maggie Crowder of Magalia said Thursday outside an informal shelter at a Walmart parking lot in Chico. But Stacy Lazzarino, who voted for Trump, said it would be good for the president to see the devastation up close: “I think by maybe seeing it he’s going to be like ‘Oh, my goodness,’ and it might start opening people’s eyes.” In his Fox News interview on the eve of his visit, the president repeated his criticism. Asked if he thought climate change contributed to the fires, he said, “Maybe it contributes a little bit. The big problem we have is management.” Nick Shawkey, a captain with the state fire agency, said the president’s tweet blaming poor forest management was based on a “misunderstanding.” The federal government manages 46 percent of land in California. “The thing he’s tweeting about is his property,” Shawkey said. California’s outgoing and incoming governors said they would join Trump on Saturday. Democrats Gov. Jerry Brown and governor-elect Gavin Newsom said they welcomed the president’s visit and “now is a time to pull together for the people of California.” Brown and Newsom have been vocal critics of Trump. More than 450 searchers continued looking for human remains in the ashes. Around 52,000 people have been driven out and have gone to shelters, motels and the homes of friends and relatives. With winter coming on, many are seeking answers on what assistance will be provided. At the Chico Mall where the Federal Emergency Management Agency and others set up an assistance center, 68-year-old Richard Wilson sought information about lodging. His wife is nearly bedridden from lupus and fibromyalgia. “We’re having to stay at a Marriott, which is like $100 a night, and we’re running out of money,” Wilson said as he stood outside in rubber sandals and no socks — the only footwear he had when he fled the flames that destroyed his home. In Southern California, meanwhile, more residents were being allowed back in their homes near Los Angeles after a blaze torched an area the size of Denver and destroyed more than 600 homes and other structures. The blaze was 69 percent contained, authorities said. At least three deaths were reported. Schools across a large swath of the state were closed because of smoke, and San Francisco’s world-famous open-air cable cars were pulled off the streets. ___ Associated Press reporters Janie Har and Olga Rodriguez in San Francisco contributed to this report.
DEW Fires California Land Grab for America 2050 High Speed Rail?
Posted on November 16, 2018 by Doreen Agostino
Hyperloop or Bullet Train: How We Will Travel Under Agenda 21?
From Doreen The hyperloop document appears to be dated pre 2012. Some links may be disabled, and globalist plans may have changed. It was uploaded by Lisa Elkins literary agent and investigative journalist with an emphasis on exposing corruption, rooting out scoundrels, and political manipulation. Graduate Student
Excerpts 1] The high speed railway is the brainchild of America 2050, a non-governmentalorganization thatsupports Agenda 21 policies in the US. The latest initiative of these globalists is called “rebuilding and Renewing America” which is a response to forcing high-speed rails instead of investing money into repairing roads, bridges and current infrastructure. 2] America 2050 is pushing the federal government to adopt a National InfrastructureInvestment Plan which defines how the light-rail system will dominate the American landscape and compete with the global transition from fossil-based fuels to low-carbon technocratic rule. http://www.america2050.org/high-speed-rail.html The link to Hyperloop was disabled. Hyperloop or Bullet Train: How We Will Travel UnderAgenda 21 I found the same ‘vital’ information at http://www.academia.edu/4116374/Occupy_Agenda_21 Early in 2018, I researched the first segment of the hyperloop post by opening each link and pasting online information, proving this is real. Hyperloop Part 1 Excerpt: Using the false reality of job creation, citizen preferences of trains over personal cars, mitigation of air pollution and alleviating traffic congestion are justifications that coerce the general public to support the construction of light-rail systems in their communities. The truth is that these expensive endeavors create solvency of citizens and state governments, to the construction and operating costs of light-rail systems. Sacramento, California is spending $18 million and Portland, Oregon is spending $24 million. Passenger generated revenue will not make a feasible return in profits. Why the push for high-speed rail systems to litter the American landscape? http://www.academia.edu/4116374/Occupy_Agenda_21 Victurus Libertas VLTV Published on Nov 14, 2018
The path of the fires and the proposed high speed rail path look remarkably similar.
California Fires Revelation! Fires Line Up Exactly in the Path as CA High Speed Rail System (Video)
California Utility Customers May Be on Hook for Billions in Wildfire Damage
By Ivan Penn and Peter Eavis Nov. 14, 2018 As wildfires ravage large swaths of California for a second year, one of the state’s biggest utilities has declared that it faces billions of dollars in potential liability — far more than its insurance would cover. The potential losses could leave the company’s customers on the hook to pay the bill, exposing businesses and consumers to higher costs. The utility, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, could even face bankruptcy, putting pressure on the state for a bailout. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/14/business/energy-environment/california-fire-utilities.html Who bails out traumatized residents when they lose everything?
Boom!! 3-Trillion Dollar China-Russia-Canada-America Train/Tunnel Connection To California DEW Fires… With Links To Lockheed Martin, Jerry Brown, Feinstein And Voter Fraud!
By Indian In The Machine To summarize, there are globalists who are betting this 3 trillion-dollar plan, goes off… feed resources to China, which under the globalist agenda, would be the manufacturing hub of the world… permanently so!! The only thing is… according to the swamp, California must burn to save California! Notice the fires in California, Alberta, and British Columbia are all paving the way for the intercontinental train tunnel link-up!!!!
1. China needs Alberta oil…. big part of the equation… so why not build a big giant road directly to China… sure… why not… complete with oil pipeline… China could conceivably import up to 3 million barrels of oil per day from Alberta, Canada, which by itself is enough to justify building the rail connection. 2. China needs Alaska coal too… yup… the signatures are fresh…. 3. The China-Russia-Canada-America already begun…. IN FLAMES… gotta just burn out the locals… so far, at least in California and Alberta, and also British Columbia has had unusual fires there too! 4. Lockheed Martin DEW Athena likely connected to recent fires… all over the world! 5. China uses Lockheed Martin products to defend its skies! Yup, same company with the Athena DEW silent weapons for a silent war. For the past 30 years, the Republic of China Air Force (ROCAF) has defended its skies with Lockheed Martin products starting with F-104 Starfighters and … 6. Paving the way for progress… California NEEDS THIS PROJECT, BECAUSE IT IS EXTREMELY BROKE FROM BEING TOO CORRUPT ALREADY… AND THEY ARE BANKING ON GETTING THE MONEY FROM DISASTER RELIEF IF THEY SIMPLY BURN EVERYBODY UP!
California Fires Revelation! Fires Line Up Exactly in the Path as CA High Speed Rail System (Video)
7. Sneaky Dianne Feinstein spy scandal… there is likely a connection to the big plans. Sneaky Jerry Brown goes then to the media, to GIVE FALSE EXPLANATIONS TO THE FIRES!!!
May 3, 2018 – Gov. Jerry Brown delivers the keynote address at an economic forum today in Beverly Hills focused on business between California and China.
8. Voter fraud in California too… because there are big plans already in progress…. so they need a whole cast of swamp creatures, to make sure California burns, in order to save California. READ more and links to each of the above at https://beforeitsnews.com/v3/alternative/2018/3646531.html From Doreen
WHAT IF CALIFORNIA is humanity’s test?
In other words, if globalists get away with this in California where will they go next? It is incumbent on everyone to share the facts. Traumatized people have motivation to seek remedy and relief. Equipped with proof the fires were staged, and teaming up in their communities is Power to hold the perpetrators accountable, and financially liable for complete restoration. Please share, remind people we are all in this together and that the way out is together. Thank you. Sincerely, Doreen Ann Agostino [c] Without Prejudice and Without Recourse http://freetobewealthy.net govintl
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