The 2023 Central Canada wildfires have been a devastating disaster for many communities in Quebec and Ontario. The fires started on June 2, 2023, and have burned more than 160,000 hectares of land so far. More than 14,000 people have been evacuated from their homes, and many more are suffering from poor air quality due to the smoke.
One of the most puzzling aspects of this wildfire season is the mysterious origin of some of the fires. According to Quebec’s fire prevention agency (SOPFEU), many of the fires were caused by lightning strikes. However, some of the fires seem to have started simultaneously in different locations, raising suspicions of arson or sabotage.
Some experts have suggested that the fires could have been triggered by a cyberattack on the province’s power grid, which could have caused electrical malfunctions or sparks. Others have speculated that the fires could have been intentionally set by radical environmentalists or political extremists who wanted to create chaos or protest against the government.
This isn’t anything that you’re hearing in the mainstream media though. They never tell you these sorts of details. This definitely looks like something that was coordinated. They say too much coincidence is no coincidence and I completely agree with that, and this particularly looks like it’s too coincidental to me. Especially considering that there are people who start fires on purpose.
That won't help much, if they keep starting wildfires.. pic.twitter.com/MDoZCH5Sok
— Damm 315er (@Damm315er) June 7, 2023
WILDFIRES – FAKE CLIMATE CHANGE – Footage of people starting deliberate fires so the media can report it as climate change..
Greece and many other countries are having disgusting terrorism enforced on them by state assets while the gullible among us lap up the lies. pic.twitter.com/avOkvJfI9G
— Kagens Looking Glass (@KagensNews) June 4, 2023
BOMBSHELL: Police in Calgary have arrested a man after he confessed to intentionally starting a large wildfire in Inglewood. This is not an isolated incident, and many arsonists are still at large in Alberta.
— Mark Slapinski (@mark_slapinski) June 7, 2023
However, no conclusive evidence has been found to support any of these theories. The investigation is still ongoing, and authorities are asking for the public’s cooperation and vigilance. Anyone who has information or witnesses suspicious activity is urged to contact SOPFEU or the police.
The 2023 Central Canada wildfires are a reminder of the fragility of our ecosystems and the importance of fire prevention and preparedness. As climate change increases the risk and intensity of wildfires, we need to work together to protect our forests and communities from this threat.