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Hundreds of people arrested for the launch of Australian Bushfires, Whilst Media Blames ‘ Climate Change ‘

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Australian authorities have detained hundreds of people for deliberately starting the country’s ruined bushfires, but the international media and celebrities continue to use the tragedy in order to promote the agenda for climate change in Europe and the United States.

At least 18 people were killed, thousands of homes were destroyed, millions of hectares of land were killed and hundreds of millions of animals killed, many of them close to death..

Summit Report: In the last couple of months, a total of 183 people in Queensland, NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania were detained for lighting bushfires, figures from news agency AAP show.

24 people were arrested for arson in New South Wales, risking up to 25 years ‘ imprisonment.

In Queensland, police concluded that 103 of the fires were deliberately lit, 98 persons, 67 young persons of which were found to be guilty.

“The connection between arsonists and the fiery fires that devastate Australia every summer is well-known and well known, with deliberately illuminated fires rapidly escalating during holiday time in school,” reports Simon Kent from Breitbart.

According to Dr. Paul Read, co-director of the Bushfire and Arson National Research Centre, around 85 percent of bushes are either deliberately or accidentally caused by people starting them.

“Roughly 85% are linked to human activity, 13% confirmed arson and 37% suspected incense,” he said. The rest is usually due to scare fire, or even children who are playing fire. “Read also pointed out the connection between school holidays and kids who are starting fires, commenting:” School holidays are a prime time for fire bugs, but particularly over the summer. “The children have time to go there and light and the most dangerous adults are now working on hot days.”

New environmental policies that restrict “prescribed burning,” where landowners controlled the burning of flammable floor covers in cooler months to avoid contributing to bush fires, also exacerbate the problem.

It has not been prevented from the dominant story by the fact that bushfires were started deliberately and have nothing to do with human-made climate change.

Last week Bernie Sanders blamed those who had been “slowing down progress on global change” for “Australia’s blood-red sky and inhaled air due to raging forest fires.” Virtuous signage celebrities have forced the issue to dogmatize, even on the Golden Globes last night when Cate Blanchett of Australia said, “When a country faces a climate disaster, we all face a climate disaster

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Rajesh is a freelancer with a background in e-commerce marketing. Having spent her career in startups, He specializes in strategizing and executing marketing campaigns.

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