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Canadian Conflagration: Who Did the Alberta ‘Firegeddon’ and Why Now?



CANADIAN INFERNO: Why has Fort McMurray, Alberta been surrounded by an apocalyptic conflagration?

TMR Editor’s Note:
Post-modern society is notorious for not connecting the dots.  Rarely does anyone in government or the corporate sector life ever correlate the environmental catastrophes or public health disasters with societal behavior.  As a matter of fact, both entities can almost always be counted on not to accurately determine the root causes of the latest calamity.

Be aware that the out-of-control wildfire at Fort McMurray is a truly apocalyptic event.  The photos posted in the article below well capture just what ‘Firegeddon’ looks like.  Nevertheless, no one will ever stop to ask the $64000 question: Why did this unparalleled cataclysm happen there … and happen now?

Good questions, aren’t they?


First, it’s important to understand that Fort McMurray is the largest city located in the Athabasca oil sands as seen above.  As follows:

The Athabasca oil sands (also called the Athabasca tar sands or Alberta tar sands) are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located in northeastern Alberta, Canada – roughly centred on the boomtown of Fort McMurray. These oil sands, hosted primarily in the McMurray Formation, consist of a mixture of crude bitumen (a semi-solid rock-like form of crude oil), silica sand, clay minerals, and water. The Athabasca deposit is the largest known reservoir of crude bitumen in the world and the largest of three major oil sands deposits in Alberta  (Source: Athabasca oil sands)

For those who are uninitiated in this realm of the Oil & Gas Industry, the commercial development of the Athabasca oil sands in Alberta represents the greatest ongoing environmental devastation in Canadian history.  Truly, the Canadian people have been terribly misled by those oil sands development companies which have carried out the wholesale destruction of that unique region of western Alberta.  The topography there has been forever altered just as the wildlife habitats have been irreparably destroyed.  More importantly, there seems to be no stopping the whole misguided project … until now!

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The only remaining question is whether the ‘arsonists’ are working for the Global Warmers or Mother Nature herself or both?  The preceding map shows precisely where this fire has burned throughout the entire outskirts of Fort McMurray.  Why has this inferno hugged the greater Fort McMurray area so tenaciously?

Much more importantly, why has this area of Alberta had so many problems with arson over the years, especially arson fires started by volunteer firefighters?  Are the firefighter arsonists moonlighting — unwittingly, of course — for environmental groups?  Or, are they carrying out orders from agents of the NWO cabal promoting Global Warming?  Perhaps they’re just not happy with the massive tar sands development projects tearing up the land?

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Regardless of who is really responsible for this fire and why they did it, there are many strange circumstances which surround this citywide catastrophe.  As usual, there is virtually no possibility of ever hearing the truth from law enforcement or government about what really happened at Fort McMurray.  It seems that the perps are never caught, and for very good reason, if the usual suspects are behind this conflagration.

The Millennium Report
May 4, 2016

N.B. Just how bad is this Fort McMurray wildfire?  These headlines tell the story:

Fort McMurray fire: Entire city forced to flee as inferno rages

Raging wildfire forces evacuation of 88,000 in Canadian city

Canada wildfire: 1,600 Fort McMurray buildings damaged


Highway to HELL: Entire city of 80,000 people flee for their lives as huge wildfire engulfs main road and threatens to consume Canadian town

  • Entire population of oil sands town of Fort McMurray, Alberta, began to evacuate Tuesday as wildfire drew closer
  • Traffic was thick after main thoroughfare closed at the southern entrance to the city due to flames jumping the road 
  • Wildfire worsened dramatically Tuesday, forcing mass exodus said to be Alberta province’s largest ever evacuation
  • ‘When you leave … it’s an overwhelming feeling to think that you’ll never see your house again,’ one resident said
  • See more news from Canada on the Alberta wildfires at 

The entire population of the Canadian oil sands city of Fort McMurray, Alberta, has been ordered to evacuate as a wildfire whipped by winds engulfed homes and sent ash raining down on residents.

More than 80,000 residents have been ordered to flee after an earlier order that had applied to almost 30,000 people, mostly on the city’s south side, was extended to tens of thousands more as flames continued to make their way into the city Tuesday.

Residents were panicked. Highway 63 is the only road out of the city and flames jumped the road.

The wildfire, whipped by unpredictable winds on a day of high temperatures, worsened dramatically in a short time and many residents had little notice to flee.

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