Environmentalists claim that global warming caused by people driving to work and cooling their homes causes natural disasters. In reality, environmentalists cause natural disasters by blocking sensible policies like forestry management and dams, and then once a disaster, like fire or flooding is underway, they contrive to do what they can to block any kind of relief because they believe in worsening natural disasters to convince people of their cause and give them unlimited power to destroy our lives.
Here it is again in Maui. Environmentalists are blaming the fires on global warming. This isn’t global warming at work, it’s the climate cult hiding behind some ‘indigenous’ mumbo jumbo to defend their crimes.
With wildfires ravaging West Maui on Aug. 8, a state water official delayed the release of water that landowners wanted to help protect their property from fires. The water standoff played out over much of the day and the water didn’t come until too late.
Specifically, according to accounts of four people with knowledge of the situation, M. Kaleo Manuel, a Native Hawaiian cultural practitioner and DLNR’s deputy director for water resource management, initially balked at West Maui Land Co.’s requests for additional water to help prevent the fire from spreading to properties managed by the company.
According to the sources, Manuel wanted West Maui Land to get permission from a taro, or kalo, farm located downstream from the company’s property. Manuel eventually released water but not until after the fire had spread. It was not clear on Monday how much damage the fire did in the interim or whether homes were damaged.
However, Gov. Josh Green spoke candidly Monday during a press briefing about conflicts over water on Maui – although not the DLNR-West Maui Land Co. incident directly – and encouraged news media to explore the issue. The conflicts are rooted in the diversion of water by large plantations, which starved downstream users from a resource essential for Native Hawaiian agriculture, particularly the traditional practice of growing taro or kalo. ‘
But the governor said conflicts over water are being reshaped in an age of climate change and wildfires. Now the conflict includes opponents who do not want water to be used to fight fires, the governor said.
“One thing that people need to understand especially those from far away is that there’s been a great deal of water conflict on Maui for many years,” Green said. “It’s important that we’re honest about this. People have been fighting against the release of water to fight fires. I’ll leave that to you to explore.”
Here’s more about Manuel.
Kaleo Manuel — 2019 Obama Asia Pacific Leaders program “Kaleo is the Deputy Director of the State of Hawaiʻi Commission on Water Resource Management. He believes that ancient wisdom and traditional ecological knowledge of native peoples will help save the Earth. Kaleo is passionate about elevating native and indigenous ways of knowing in all spheres of discourse and dialogue.”
Also, people dying in wildfires.
The cult meanwhile blames western forces and their evil technology.
News Release from Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Aug 10, 2023
The fires are in part due to the climate crisis, a history of colonialism in our islands, and the loss of our right to steward our ʻāina and wai. We have watched our precious cultural assets, our physical connection to our ancestors, our places of remembering – all go up in smoke. The same western forces that tried to erase us as a people now threaten our survival with their destructive practices.
Behind all this are the usual leftist ecofascists who believe humanity, especially civilized industrial humanity, is a plague on the planet.