CA Fires of Hell – Thank Moonbeam Brown for Cutting Forest Management Budget


A previous post of mine needed to be updated what with the kerfuffle over Trump’s remark regarding the fires in California and the “blow back” from the firefighters complaining about his remark. Let’s take a look from B-ville last Summer. Note the word arson has been stricken from any conversation.


In September 2016, Governor Brown vetoed SB 1463, a bill in the California legislature which would have required the California Public Utilities Commission to prioritize areas at increased risk from overhead wires in their management of wildfires.

Also note the infamous Delta Smelt budget was not cut… this endangered specie causing the water shutdown thus causing the drought in the lush farmland of  Central California.

For more see

CA fires of hell – thank Obama and the environmentalists


Think about it. Will the media report this?



As California burns, many Californians have been asking why the dramatic increase in wildfires in the last five years? Except for Governor Jerry Brown. Governor Brown claims that devastating fires are the “new normal.” Supporting Obama-era regulations have resulted in the new normal: an endless and devastating fire season.

What’s the significance of 2012?

Obama-Era Eco-Terrorism through Environmental Regulations

Under Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, “the Obama administration finalized a rule governing the management of 193 million acres of national forests and grasslands, establishing a new blueprint to guide everything from logging to recreation and renewable energy development,” The Washington Post reported in 2012. “The rule will serve as the guiding document for individual forest plans, which spell out exactly how these lands can be used.”

These Obama-era regulations introduced excessive layers of bureaucracy that blocked proper forest management and increased environmentalist litigation and costs — a result of far too many radical environmentalists, bureaucrats, Leftist politicians and judicial activists who would rather let forests burn than let anyone thin out overgrown trees or let professional loggers harvest usable timber left from beetle infestation, or selectively cut timber.

In a 2016 Townhall column, Paul Driessen explains:

Eco-purists want no cutting, no thinning – no using fire retardants in “sensitive” areas because the chemicals might get into streams that will be boiled away by conflagrations. They prevent homeowners from clearing brush around their homes, because it might provide cover or habitat for endangered species and other critters that will get incinerated or lose their forage, prey and habitats in the next blaze. They rarely alter their policies during drought years.

The resulting fires are not the “forest-rejuvenating” blazes of environmentalist lore. They are cauldron-hot conflagrations that exterminate wildlife habitats, roast bald eagle and spotted owl fledglings alive in their nests, boil away trout and trout streams, leave surviving animals to starve, and incinerate every living organism in already thin soils … that then get washed away during future downpours and snow melts. Areas incinerated by such fires don’t recover their arboreal biodiversity for decades.

Read the full thing over at the  Daily Wire  that covers the works on this terrible practice.

A comment by Skip Patel

Italy, Israel and Greece have I.D.’d our Musim friends as the cause of their infernos. (Have you noticed that the US Media no longer mentions the “A” word? ARSON!

Here’s an oldie but goodie from the U.S. Marines (2005):



ISIS, Al Qaeda and similar humanitarian groups have been posting Arson Instructions in their glossy magazines for over a decade.

ISIS Details Devastation of California Wildfires in Caliphate Newsletter

ISIS calls for ‘arson jihad’, singles out Texas megachurch in latest magazine

Al Qaeda Magazine Calls for Firebomb Campaign in Montana & US


34 Responses to “CA Fires of Hell – Thank Moonbeam Brown for Cutting Forest Management Budget”

  1. Blame the government not PG&E Utility for CA fires and power blackouts | BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades! Says:

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  2. bydesign001 Says:

    Okay, so let me get this straight. Progressives have literally sacrified, fleeced, bled and are now burning California to the ground (LITERALLY) while pocketing federal funds, correction spending it to import illegal aliens and then they turn around and vote for Gavin Newsom?

    OMG! I thought that New Yorkers were stupid. The sites of what California is becoming are startling.

    Progressive ideologues do not care for babies, the disabled and seniors. Most of the dead are seniors and/more than likely mentally and physically impaired people which tells us that absolutely no one looked out for the disabled and seniors, NO ONE. We are heading down a dangerous slope.

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  3. Steve Dennis Says:

    And of course he is trying to deflect the blame by blaming climate change deniers…

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Kid Says:

    I’ve been amazed the savages haven’t been weaponizing the forests of America.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Adrienne Says:

    I toured Cali extensively when I was 13 yo. and again when I was about 34 yo (I’ll be 73 on New Year’s Eve) It is certainly not the same place I first saw. Even the difference between 13 and 34 was striking. Dear Lord in heaven it used to be a gorgeous place. Not anymore.

    We manage the forests pretty well around North Idaho, but I still see places that are ripe for fire. I always wonder why people build their homes right in the middle of a forest with out cutting back the trees and underbrush.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Yes, great to want to live among nature, but you have to respect it. As I have said often here, fire breaks are the only way to go and the environmentalists been damned. No reason that this fire didn’t have pre-determined containment areas that were cleared out period..


    • the unit Says:

      Dang 73 New Year’s Eve, I got to stop looking back. Y’all catching up with me. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

  6. petermc3 Says:

    With the Land of Fruits and Nuts and Taco Huts being full of the weenies and marshmallows who elect the eco-terrorists responsible for California turning into one big campfire….grab a stick ….

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  7. markone1blog Says:

    All of this is true.

    However, one thing that I just heard is that the “Camp fire” was started by an illegal alien who claimed to have started the fire because he was lost. I’ve only been to that area once, but it seems that towns are not that widely spaced. If the alien had only walked a straight line for 5 miles, it seems he would have neared a town.

    Why doesn’t that raise any complaints in the media?

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  8. dave drake Says:

    Great post, BV! As always, backed with the facts. Who thinks Cali will ultimately receive more $$$ from the Fed Gov because of the fires? Unfortunately, I think they will. And they’ll siphon it for other uses and we’ll see the same type of fire in future years. Hope I’m wrong. Anyone else?

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  9. hocuspocus13 Says:

    129 Million Dead Trees through out California

    The MatchSticks and Kindling of Sparks! 🌲🌲🌲

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  10. Mustang Says:

    It’s hard for me to understand the CA voter. Replacing “Moonbeam” is Gavin Newsom. According to CNBC Newsom defeated John Cox for these reasons: (1) Cox received Trump’s endorsement; (2) Newsom promised voters he will enact single-payer health care and provide affordable housing to childhood poverty and universal pre-school; and (3) California has a budget surplus and a booming economy. I did not see any mention of CA’s high cost of living —which reduces disposable income by significant margins.

    As to California’s booming economy, this is not what I’ve been hearing on various business channels, so I went to PolitiFact, who claims that the booming economy is mostly true. Well, then I suppose CA can afford to address its fire disaster without having to rely on the federal government. This, I think, would help CA politicians decide whether they can really afford single-payer health care, free homes to homeless children, and a guaranteed desk in pre-school.

    I do have empathy for those poor souls who are now faced with personal disaster caused by the forest fires. I would not wish to trade places with any of them, and yet they vote and elect/re-elect people who are capable of prioritizing state spending on welfare for illegal aliens rather than on forest management. I don’t know what caused the fires and it may not even be relevant. What is relevant is that the people voted, and now they must live with their decisions. Folks living in other parts of the United States should not have to pay for the CA voter’s mistakes.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I agree. Why are we required to pay for California’s poor decision? I can only hope our insurance rates will not rise as well to cover CA losses.
      At least Trump nailed them on deducting their taxes from their Federal tax returns.

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    • petermc3 Says:

      My brother is currently in the process of moving from Upland, Ca to Kingwood, Tx. Three bedroom, brick exterior, fully landscaped 7800 sq’ lot @ $195,000.? Bye bye Moonbeam.

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  11. hocuspocus13 Says:

    Even though Gov MoonBeam is blaming Global Warming or Climate Change or whatever they are calling it today

    There’s a report out that only moments before the fired sparked and in the same area Southern California Edison reported a malfunction

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  12. Always On Watch Says:

    Mr. AOW hails from Southern California, but left there in 1966. His parents stayed on, living in a beautiful home in the hills between Altadena and the Sierra Madre.

    As far back as 1975, my father-in-law was vociferously complaining that the California environmentalists would no longer allow him and his goats to keep the brush controlled in the canyon which the house overlooked. “There’s going to be one helluva wildfire here one day,” he often said.

    The house burned to the ground in 1993.

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