Two months ago, a fiery reckoning engulfed Alberta, the beautiful province nestled within the vast expanse of Canada. A devastating flame devoured over 842,000 hectares (or a staggering 2,080,627 acres) of this natural haven.
A grim reality has taken hold, with 91 active wildfires running rampant across the province, 25 of them mocking the attempts at control. More than 30,000 Canucks have been forced to flee their homes as evacuation orders spread like a plague. And in response to this catastrophe, Alberta officially donned the cloak of a provincial state of emergency on May 6, 2023.
Yet, the tendrils of this calamity aren’t confined to Alberta’s borders. The eerie aftermath has stretched its fingers across continents, causing perturbations in Europe and the United States, where the skies bear witness to smoky layers that paint a grotesque picture of disrupted air quality.
The Deliberate Act of Wildfires
Initially, the flames seemed to bow to the natural order of disaster, but the veil of normality was rudely torn aside when arsonists were apprehended and unveiled.
Law enforcement agencies, led by the determined efforts of the RCMP, hurled charges at an Albertan individual over massive complaints, suspected of masterminding a series of deliberately triggered wildfires.
This scorched-earth campaign extended its nefarious touch to homes, vehicles, and even a sacred church, leaving nothing but a trail of devastation and despair.
Behind the curtain of smoke and chaos, a tapestry of collaboration between the RCMP, forestry crime experts, and investigators from Alberta’s Forestry and Parks and Tourism departments has unveiled a sinister pattern of arson, a dark legacy from August to September of 2022.
Connecting the dots has led us to a startling revelation: Trudeau’s shadowy connection to the wildfire conspiracy, masterminded by none other than his parent company, the World Economic Forum (WEF).
WEF Burned Alberta
Media organization, “The People’s Voice,” paints a disturbing picture of Canadian wildfires as an orchestration of the global elite to taint the very air, water, and soil of this nation.
According to statements from an insider within the WEF, this deliberate act is but a prologue to their malevolent designs, a preview of what they have in store for the entire world.
Recall the audacious boasts of Klaus Schwab, proudly proclaiming his successful infiltration of the Canadian government. His words were no jest; they were a declaration of dominance.
Crimes against humanity have become mere tools for the furtherance of their wicked globalist agenda.
Intriguingly, this report hints at the next act in this vile play: chaos, unabashed and utter. Quebec, Canada, on June 2, became a canvas for over 100 forest fires, a fraction of them defying any attempt at control.
And true to form, Trudeau swiftly pointed fingers at climate change, but a nagging detail emerged—the fires broke out at all places at the very same time.
New York City, Cincinnati, and beyond—no corner was spared from the embrace of toxic clouds. Michigan’s formaldehyde levels soared, a disturbing testament to the trail of devastation forged by these orchestrated infernos.
The enigma that is the WEF reveals itself once more. Cloaked in a facade of climate consciousness, doubts have persisted regarding its true intentions. It’s not just climate activism; it’s an insidious desire to mold human existence through microchips and pills while orchestrating a symphony of propaganda, censorship, and manipulation.
Alberta, a staunch opponent of Trudeau’s climate agenda, may have unwittingly earned its spot as the canvas for this gruesome masterpiece. But the time for reckoning is now. A chorus of questions demands answers: Are the WEF’s tendrils so potent? Is Canada forever bound in its clutches? It’s high time for Trudeau and his WEF enabler to exit stage left.
The legacy of Alberta’s torched lands is a stark reminder that even amidst the ashes, the truth must rise, and the guilty must be held to account. It’s high time Canada wakes up from its slumber and kicks the WEF mole out.