Disturbing Discovery Made In Cause Of Deadly Maui Wildfire

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Tuesday’s strong winds on Maui fueled brush fires, which quickly developed into wildfires. Surprisingly, neither local nor state emergency organizations activated any outdoor warning sirens.

According to Hawaii’s Emergency Services Administration, “Neither Maui nor HI-EMA activated warning sirens on Maui during the wildfire incident.”

Instead, residents relied on three alternative warning systems: mobile device alerts, nearby radio and television stations, and Maui County’s subscription-based alerting system.

“The sirens are used to alert the public to seek additional information; they do not necessarily indicate an evacuation,” emergency officials said.

As Hurricane Dora’s winds, which were present across the central Pacific Ocean, caused power outages and interfered with mobile connection, worries about the sufficiency of the warnings are growing.

Many people think that the emergency alerts were insufficient throughout the growing catastrophe, which caused confusion in what is now regarded as one of Hawaii’s worst natural disasters.

“They didn’t give us no warning. No nothing,” Lisa Panis, a resident in western Maui, said in a phone interview. “No siren, no alarms, no nothing.”

As of Sunday morning, the Maui calamity had claimed an estimated 93 lives. DNA testing has verified the identities of two victims. The burn area has only been covered by officials on 3% of the total area. The wildfire is already the most deadly in recent U.S. history.

The fact that many of the casualties in the Hawaiian catastrophe appear to be youngsters is a particularly regrettable feature of the tragedy. A “whistleblower” who wanted to remain unnamed provided her assessment of the local situation.

“Just reported from a whistleblower: What you’re not hearing from our local government – I just got out of a meeting where I was informed by someone in the Mayor’s office about developments that are being kept from the public. I am not a conspiracy theorist and I don’t want to make trouble but here’s what I’ve heard.”

“The amount of fatalities is expected to be more than 500 but less than 1000,” the source continued. “Many of the fatalities will be children who were at home because they canceled school. Parents worked and were not there to evacuate the children. Kids had no idea they needed to leave and by the time they noticed their homes or apartments were on fire, it was too late. The government is worried about how we will react when we learn that the fire department left the fire earlier in the day and claimed it was 100% contained knowing that the winds were expected to be 70mph by the afternoon.”

“This is against all fire control protocols,” the source added. “The fire department should not have left the original fire unattended. They are scared that the public calls for accountability will be more than they can control and protests and riots will occur. They plan to lock down Lahaina for several months. It will take months to clean up the hazardous and environmental contamination. They won’t have enough housing for All the displaced. There were 2,000 unaccounted for this morning. They have a list where they are trying to keep track. They found 700 today. But there are still 1300 missing.”

“They are very worried that the community is going to freak out when they find out how not a single fire truck responded to the fires,” the source claimed. “The emergency sirens were not activated (hurricane sirens) and loss of life could have been kept down by better emergency management which utterly failed. I’m not trying to make waves or stir up problems but I was so angry and sad when I found out how many children are dead that I knew I had to post this and let everyone know what I have learned. It’s time for our officials to stand up, tell the truth, and face the music. They failed Lāhainā guys.”

“Our government is full of incompetent nepotism. The fire chief is the son of the former fire chief. We need to hold officials accountable for the mistakes they made. Please don’t hate the messenger. I’m just relaying what I learned today,” the source concluded. “God bless Maui and Lahaina! Pray for all the victims.”

The Maui fire has given rise to complex conspiracy theories since people’s faith in the government has become so severely damaged. One widely accepted idea holds that the fire was started by a “energy weapon” designed to manipulate the weather. The World Economic Forum’s “smart cities” objective was highlighted as the driving force behind the purported action.

The fire’s peculiar burn pattern led to other accusations being made in its wake.

According to a woman who identified herself as a Hawaii fire survivor, “this was not a natural disaster,” and she questioned how the fire began.

Such complex hypotheses appear to be unsupported by any substantial evidence, although there are some unnerving “coincidences.”

Larry Ellison, the CEO of Oracle, purchased billionaire David Murdock’s approximately 98% stake in the 141-square-mile Hawaiian island of Lanai four months ago for an unknown fee that was reportedly over $500 million. Two resorts, golf courses, a sizable number of business and residential properties, and a sizable amount of undeveloped land that was formerly utilized for pineapple farming are among Ellison’s assets on the island. In western Maui, where the fires occurred, Lanai is located about 40 miles to the west of Lahaina.


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