Forest Fires Down 75% Since 1937

The New York Times says climate change is going to come attack us all.


Where should you live to escape climate change? The New York Times

Never mind that US hurricanes are at a record low, extreme heat has plummeted in the US, drought is near a record low, tornadoes are near a record low, and wildfires are down 75% since the 1930’s.


October 9, 1938 – NYTimes

In 1937, fires burned 22 million acres, compared to to 5 million this year. But the actual decline is much more than that, because the recent numbers include Alaska and the 1930’s numbers didn’t.


National Interagency Fire Center

Facts don’t matter to the New York Times. They have an agenda to pummel Americans into submission, and see imaginary climate change as a vehicle to do that.

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6 Responses to Forest Fires Down 75% Since 1937

  1. Pathway says:

    The better question is where can we live to escape liberalism.

    • Gail Combs says:

      How about nuclear war….

      I wish I was joking.
      Retired Green Beret Warns “We Haven’t Been This Close To Nuclear War In A Long Time”

      Russia is out front but China is rattling the sword too.

      Good Ole’ Billy gave them the keys to our nuclear arsenal and delivery systems and now Hitlery is stirring up the hornets nest.

      Clinton: Chasing the Dragon

      ….Bill Clinton took contributions he knew came from China, and played another angle as well. US companies wanted to sell China military technology, but the sales were prohibited by law. Economic sanctions for the Tiananmen square massacre and restrictions on technology exports prevented these companies from selling China the armaments they wanted.

      In return for campaign contributions, the President shifted regulation of technology exports from the State Department to the free-wheeling Commerce department. The administration also relaxed export controls and allowed corporations to decide if their technology transfers were legal or not. When easing restrictions wasn’t enough, Clinton signed waivers that simply circumvented the law. The President’s waivers allowed the export of machine tools, defense electronics, and even a communications system for the Chinese Air Force.

      Bernard Schwartz and Michael Armstrong, the CEOs of Loral and Hughes, each donated over one million dollars to Clinton’s re-election campaign. These companies had an interest in seeing China develop reliable missiles to loft their satellites into orbit. Clinton arranged direct talks between Bernard Schwartz and a Chinese general to improve China’s rocket technology. Michael Armstrong was made head of the Export Advisory Council. Both companies were allowed to upgrade the launching and guidance of China’s missiles.

      Clinton even involved the Department of Energy, caretaker of our nuclear weapons, in his fundraising schemes. In 1994 and ’95 then Energy Secretary Hazel O’Leary accompanied Johnny Chung, John Huang, Charlie Trie, and Bernard Schwartz on trade missions to China. Shortly afterward the DOE relaxed security at US weapons labs. Wen Ho Lee, an ethnic Chinese physicist assigned to Los Alamos, illegally transferred data on nuclear warheads to his private computer files.

      In June of 1995, the CIA learned that China had stolen the crown jewels of our nuclear arsenal, including the neutron bomb and the W-88 miniaturized warhead. Later that year National Security Advisor Anthony Lake is briefed on the thefts. He is replaced on the Security Council by Sandy Berger, a former lobbyist for the Chinese government. In June of 1996, before Bill Clinton’s re-election, the FBI opens a formal investigation into the theft of US nuclear weapon designs.

      Proof of China’s military intentions came in March of 1996, on the eve of Taiwan’s first democratic elections. China used the threat of force to intimidate the island nation into electing a pro-Beijing candidate. Military maneuvers included bombing runs and launching ballistic missiles that impacted within twenty miles of Taiwan. When the US sent an aircraft carrier into the Taiwan Straits, a Chinese general threatened to “rain down nukes upon Los Angeles”.

      In 1997, news of the campaign finance scandal reached the press. Clinton claimed he was “appalled” to learn he had received illegal contributions from China. As the Justice Department began investigating, over one hundred suspects fled the country or refused to testify. Despite FBI recommendations and congressional protests, Janet Reno refused to appoint an independent counsel.

      Then the press learned that China had stolen nuclear weapon designs from US research labs. The Clinton administration downplayed and even denied reports that any nuclear secrets were stolen, but this scandal was too big to ignore. Congress began a formal investigation by forming the Cox committee. The administration was forced to reveal the extent of China’s nuclear espionage, but they insisted Clinton had no previous knowledge. Sandy Berger even swore under oath that the President was not told about nuclear thefts until 1998, three years after the fact…..

      How ANYONE who values their life could vote for Clinton is completely beyond my comprehension. These SJW snowflakes must really live in an alternate universe where fairies grant wishes and unicorns play.

  2. Steve Case says:

    Someone has to explain to me what forest fires have to do with “Climate Change” Precipitation is up, and summer time max temperatures are down over the last 85 years, so i’ts another big propaganda lie being jammed down our throats.

  3. Svend Ferdinandsen says:

    If you are afraid of GW, then just move to a place 200m higher in elevation.
    There you will have a climate like for 100 years ago.

  4. Ed Bo says:

    Or just move out of a city. The urban heat island effect is substantially larger than the projected warming.

  5. Analitik says:

    Isn’t this bad news? Fuel loading must be building up to dangerous levels with the burn reduction. Fort McMurray may be repeated.

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