Climate Change : The Perfect Scam

We are having a very dry spring in Boulder, and the last few days have been very warm too. Last night it appears that someone lit multiple fires just west of town, and the wind has started to pick up in the last hour.

Slurry bombers are flying in from Denver.

This will of course be blamed on climate change.

Last March we had huge amounts of snow, and at a 2016 meeting of the Boulder Clean Power Plan, I asked a woman what she perceived was changing in Boulder’s climate. She said “it seems like it snows more in the spring than it used to.”

Climate change is the perfect scam, because you can blame anything on it.

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24 Responses to Climate Change : The Perfect Scam

  1. John F. Hultquist says:
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    In August 2014, DC-10 #10 (or 910) [above 912 is shown], flew over us while the Snag Canyon Fire (Washington State) was in full flame.
    There were dozens of other planes and helicopters in the air.
    The DC-10 came from the east (Moses Lake WA) and made a turn over us, then dropped a third of its load low on a ridge. Then back over us again, and then again. Then off to the east to reload.
    There are videos on the web of these planes in action. Find and watch a few.

    The Snag Canyon fire was caused by a lightening strike.

  2. R. Shearer says:

    They are already blaming it on climate change in the Denver Post.

    • annieoakley says:

      Of course they are. One of the most fake newspapers in the entire country. IMO
      There have been many suspicious fires along the front range in recent years and all have been, one way or another, attributed to climate change.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Climate change likely did it.

      It was a warm, dry night, between from 60 to 50 °F depending how high in the foothills you were. The Sheriff declared a fire ban in western Boulder County on March 15.

      There are green climate refugees who—mistaken for potheads and bums—protest against global warming in town during the day and on warm nights move into the foothills.

  3. Latitude says:

    way OT…..

    Hilarious….30 countries refuse to take back illegal immigrants
    Their own countries are scared of them!

    …it’s an act of love

    30 Countries Are Refusing To Take Back Illegal Immigrants Convicted Of Serious Crimes

    • RAH says:

      If I had managed to ship off my undesirables to a country being run by a subversive head of state who gladly took them with no real vetting or screening because he realized that giving the vote would be the only way his socialist ideas could be realized , I wouldn’t want them back either!

    • Gail Combs says:

      Simple solution. There is federally own a lot of land along the border.

      Take an area, perhaps near a military base WITHIN the US border but abutting the Mexican border. There is a nice wilderness area, the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge (860,000 acres) in Arizona, abutting Mexico surounded on two sides by land managed by the Marine Corps Air station and the Yuma proving grounds that might do nicely.

      Carve out 10 square miles (6,400 ac) along the border as a ‘deportation camp’ with a one way door on the OTHER side of the Trump wall. Provide bread, water and the worst of the army rations, enough for one month in a rucksack. No housing. The illegals are perfectly free to leave so it is not ‘imprisoning’ them. They can go where ever the heck they want, just not back into the USA…

      Since it would be completely on US land the US government is not ‘technically deporting the people’ they would be ‘self-deporting on their own two feet.’

      The USA has been invaded by at least 30 million illegals. They got here on their own, they can get the heck out of here on their own. As far as I am concerned the Left and Mexico created the situation so THEY can deal with it — From the MEXICAN side of the wall.

      • AndyG55 says:

        Took the liberty of drawing that up for you. :-)

        • RAH says:

          Back in the early 80’s during a dress greens inspection I saw a ribbon in a guys salad bar that I didn’t recognize so I asked him about it. He said it was a “Joint Service Commendation Medal” and he got it “for beating up Cubans that were fighting in the holding areas”. Man we’ve come a long way the wrong way since Castro unloaded criminals and criminally insane on the Peanut Farmer in 1980.

          • Latitude says:

            Definately the wrong way…
            The first couple of groups of Cubans that came here were more us than them.
            The one’s coming here now have never know anything but communism….and how to be little under the table crooks and shysters.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          If the U.S. builds such holding area on its soil open to the south and starts using it, how long will it take before the Mexican government builds one of these on their soil?

      • Latitude says:

        I still don’t understand what all the wall screaming is about….

        The wall is only to keep people from coming in illegally.
        Every one of them can walk over a few feet and come in through the gate legally.

        …it’s not stopping anyone from coming legally..and thousands of people do it every day

  4. “It was the Greens Wot Warmed us” … or that’s what the evidence seems to point to. The cause of warming was the environmentalists insistence we clean up pollution – which lead to warming as shown by the hot spot NE of the USA.

  5. Pathway says:

    The homeless camping the the foothills and leaving unattended fires is a real problem in Boulder County.

  6. Squidly says:

    More than 90% of all wildfires are human caused. Less than 10% are caused by nature (lightning strikes, volcano’s). Exactly 0% of all wildfires are caused by “climate change” .. Of the more than 90% of wildfires caused by humans, 100% of those are by carelessness or maliciousness.

    Again, exactly 0% of all wildfires are caused by “climate change”

    Remember kids…, Only YOU Can Prevent Forest Fires!

  7. Andy DC says:

    The Boulder area and other places along the front range are frequently subjected to chinook winds. Those are warm, very dry, very strong winds, downsloping from the Rockies. They obviously create a high fire risk, as they have every year going back in history.

    As population grows in the region, the more damage these fires create. Not to mention the increase in human psychopaths that set these fires.

  8. Doonhamer says:

    Does “slurry” mean something different on that side of the pond?
    On this side it is a euphemism for a non-profit of cattle farming.
    And it does get spread about in the fields.

  9. Doonhamer says:

    non-profit = bi-product.
    Broody smellchecker.

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