Who Helped Enviromoonbats Cause the Massive Australian Bushfires?

Moonbats have rightly been held accountable by the public for the severe bushfire situation in Australia:

Angry residents last night accused local authorities of contributing to the bushfire toll by failing to let residents chop down trees and clear up bushland that posed a fire risk.

During question time at a packed community meeting in Arthurs Creek on Melbourne’s northern fringe, Warwick Spooner — whose mother Marilyn and brother Damien perished along with their home in the Strathewen blaze — criticised the Nillumbik council for the limitations it placed on residents wanting the council’s help or permission to clean up around their properties in preparation for the bushfire season. “We’ve lost two people in my family because you dickheads won’t cut trees down,” he said. …

Another resident said she had asked the council four times to tend to out-of-control growth on public land near her home, but her pleas had been ignored.

Bushfire expert David Packham explains that unless brush is cleared, “disastrous fires can and will occur.” But the do-gooder enviroweenies running the government don’t seem to care:

It has been a difficult lesson for me to accept that despite the severe damage to our forests and even a fatal fire in our nation’s capital, the political decision has been to do nothing that will change the extreme threat to which our forests and rural lands are exposed.

The decision to ignore the threat has been encouraged by some shocking pseudo-science from a few academics who use arguments that may have a place in political discourse but should have no place in managing our environment and protecting it and us from the bushfire threat.

The conclusion of these academics is that high intensity fires are good for the environment and that the resulting mudslides after rains are merely localised and serve to redistribute nutrients. The purpose of this failed policy is to secure uninformed city votes.

Only a few expert retired fire managers, experienced bushies and some courageous politicians are prepared to buck the decision to lock up our bush and leave it to burn.

The politicians who willingly accept this rubbish use it to justify the perpetuation of the greatest threat to our forests, water supplies, homes and lives in order to secure a minority green vote. They continue to throw millions (and no doubt soon billions) at ineffective suppression toys, while the few foresters and bush people who know how to manage our public lands are starved of the resources they need to reduce fuel loads.

It is hard for me to see this perversion of public policy and to accept that the folk of the bush have lost their battle to live a safe life in a cared-for rural and forest environment, all because of the environmental fantasies of outraged extremists and latte conservationists.

In wreaking such devastating havoc, moonbats may have had help from their traditional allies. From an interesting article published last fall:

Australia has been singled out as a target for “forest jihad” by a group of Islamic extremists urging Muslims to deliberately light bushfires as a weapon of terror.

It’s already known that arson has been involved in the fires, which have burned down whole towns and killed over 180 Australians. A suspect has been charged with lighting a wildfire near Churchill that killed 21. Authorities are keeping his identity secret, to protect the poor darling.

Police have issued this picture of a maniac wanted for starting an eight-acre blaze near Melbourne:


What would motivate the sociopaths who started these fires? We may never know, especially since any connection with Islam is likely to be suppressed by both the government and the media. But it would hardly be surprising if the fires turn out to be a devastating consequence of the unconscious synergy between the two greatest threats to Western Civilization: moonbattery and Islam.

On tips from mandible claw, gomergirl, and Burning Hot. Hat tip: Gateway Pundit. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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