Video: “This Was Not a Natural Disaster” – Alleged Maui Island, Hawaii Fire Survivor and Firsthand Witness Raise Disturbing Questions About Deadly Wildfire

Blaring warning sirens throughout Maui failed to activate as the apocalyptic wildfires swept through the island, officials said Friday.

The Hawaii Emergency Services Administration confirmed that the emergency system it tests every month in preparation for a crisis was not turned on as the flames raced toward residents.

Instead, HI-EMA sent out alerts via mobile devices. radio and television, and the county’s opt-in resident alert system — which may have never arrived due to widespread power and cellular outages across Maui.

“Neither Maui nor HI-EMA activated warning sirens on Maui during the wildfire incident,” the agency said in a statement.

“The sirens are used to alert the public to seek additional information; they do not necessarily indicate an evacuation.”

Hawaii Gov. Josh Green said it wasn’t clear why the sirens weren’t activated, but that the fire destroyed much of the equipment.

Residents instead depended on three other warning channels: mobile device alerts, local radio and TV stations, and Maui County’s notification system for subscribed residents.

“The sirens are used to alert the public to seek additional information; they do not necessarily indicate an evacuation,” emergency officials said.

Concerns are rising about the adequacy of the warnings, especially as Hurricane Dora’s winds, present over the central Pacific Ocean, caused power disruptions and hindered mobile communication.

The trust in the government has become so broken that the Maui blaze has spawned elaborate conspiracy theories. One popular theory is that an ‘energy weapon’ used to control the weather had unleashed the blaze. The motive cited was to allegedly further the “smart cities” agenda, which is ascribed to the World Economic Forum.

One woman who claimed to be a Hawaii fire survivor said “this was not a natural disaster,” and raised questions about how the fire started.

Video below:

There appears to be no substantive evidence to back up such elaborate theories; however, there are some unsettling “coincidences.”

There should be plenty of evidence for her claims if she’s telling the truth!

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Bruce Hoenshell

Bruce Hoenshell is a military historian, he is one of the most prolific conservative writers today, often churning out multiple columns per week. His writings tend to focus on international themes, modern warfare. Style Sampling: “ It is not that we need social networking and Internet searches more than food and fuel, but rather that we have the impression that cool zillionaires in flip-flops are good while uncool ones in wingtips are quite bad.”

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