As Alberta braces itself for the upcoming provincial elections, a disturbing pattern has emerged regarding the wildfires that have engulfed the region. Rather than being a natural disaster, evidence suggests that these wildfires are being intentionally set to disrupt the electoral process and undermine Premier Daniel Smith and her government. This video delves into the background, recent events, and implications surrounding the wildfires in Alberta, highlighting the alarming connection between these blazes and political motives.
Alberta’s current Premier, Daniel Smith, has garnered significant support from the province due to her successful governance. The latest opinion polls also suggest that Smith’s United Conservative Party (UCP) is poised to win the forthcoming elections. However, the opposition leader, Rachel Notley, seems determined to impede the electoral process and tarnish Smith’s reputation. Her efforts range from seeking election postponement to willfully exacerbating the wildfires in Alberta.
A Deliberate Act!
The recent arrest of arsonists involved in deliberately starting wildfires has shed light on the political nature of the blazes. Law enforcement agencies, including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), have pressed charges against an Alberta man linked to a series of intentionally set wildfires, as well as arsons targeting vehicles, homes, and even a church.
Collaborative efforts between the RCMP, the forestry crimes unit, and investigators from Alberta Forestry and Parks and Tourism have revealed a disturbing pattern of deliberate fire-setting incidents between August and September 2022. Furthermore, the Hamlet of Cherry Grove witnessed multiple vehicle and structure fires in April 2023.
Social media has also been ablaze with speculation regarding the intentional nature of the wildfires. Claims have surfaced, suggesting that these blazes were orchestrated to disrupt the electoral process or serve other political motives. These suspicions are bolstered by past statistics, which indicate a significant number of intentionally started wildfires in Alberta.
Reports from Alberta Wildfire reveal that in 2022, out of 1,246 wildfires, 96 were deemed “incendiary” or deliberately ignited. Similarly, in 2021, 151 out of 1,308 wildfires fell into this category. This year, the number of recorded fires stands at 487, surpassing the figures for previous years at the same time.
The implications of these deliberate wildfires are deeply troubling. Rather than being acts of nature, they have become tools of political maneuvering. The objective behind such actions is to discredit Premier Daniel Smith and her government, potentially altering the outcome of the upcoming provincial elections. The deliberate nature of these fires highlights a deplorable disregard for public safety, the environment, and the democratic process itself.
No Act of God!
The wildfires raging across Alberta in the lead-up to the provincial elections are not acts of God but acts of political manipulation. The evidence of arsonists being arrested, combined with the statistical pattern of intentionally started fires, suggests a clear link between the blazes and efforts to undermine Premier Daniel Smith and her government. It is crucial for authorities to thoroughly investigate these incidents and hold those responsible accountable for their actions.
Moreover, the electorate must remain vigilant, recognizing the dangerous implications of such deliberate disruptions to the democratic process. Only by acknowledging and addressing these issues can Alberta ensure a fair and unbiased electoral outcome, free from the influence of politically motivated wildfires.