RYAN Cristian, editor of LastAmericanVagabond.org, has provided a detailed analysis regarding the cause of the Lahaina, Maui fire storm. While some social media posts suggest that the super-rich property owners were somehow protected from the fires, Cristian argues that the mainstream media’s blame of “climate change” and the assumption of direct energy weapons (DEWS) as the cause are both flawed. He emphasizes the tragedy of the fire and the need for accuracy in information sharing.
Cristian refutes a video claiming that Maui was attacked by DEWS, explaining that it actually shows an electrical explosion in Kenner, Louisiana. He urges individuals to conduct due diligence before spreading false information. However, despite his skepticism towards DEWS, he acknowledges the presence of US Air Force facilities related to DEW research on Maui’s eastern side.
In the aftermath of the fire, a disturbing Twitter post from an alleged “Ohau Whistleblower” suggests that there may be multiple fatalities, especially among children who were left at home due to school closures. The person claims that the fire department left the fire unattended, leading to a lack of warning and evacuation for those affected. The post also indicates concerns regarding potential protests and riots as well as a planned lockdown of Lahaina for several months due to hazardous and environmental contamination.
Cristian notes that theories suggesting evidence of DEWS do occur in wildfires but urges caution in jumping to conclusions. He refers to the need for better land management and the spread of combustible invasive grass species on the island. While Cristian acknowledges the speculative nature of his analysis, he raises questions about the scale of the fires and the influence of big corporates’ pressure and green energy/smart city plans on Maui.
Regarding DEWS, Cristian highlights the existence of energy weapons and the lack of acknowledgment from mainstream media. He mentions a new US bill to subsidize “experimental Israeli laser weapons” and provides footage from five years ago showing DEWs shooting down drones. He also discusses the development of microwave weapons and the incident in Cuba where diplomats suffered severe hearing loss from a covert sonic device. Cristian notes the presence of DEW systems on Maui and speculates on the potential connection between the island’s larger picture and the fire.
Notably, some of the super-rich individuals, such as Jeff Bezos, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, and Larry Ellison, own property on Maui. This raises the question of whether the island could become a retreat for the elite, defended by advanced weapons.
In conclusion, Cristian’s analysis is inconclusive, but he raises important points about the tragedy, the accuracy of information sharing, and the need for further investigation into the causes of the Lahaina fire. Reports of developers offering money to property owners and insurance companies refusing to pay due to “zoning infractions” add a layer of complexity to the situation. Furthermore, a recent law has been passed to protect Lahaina from new construction, further emphasizing the seriousness of the natural disaster that occurred.