According to Wikipedia, in “early August 2023, a series of wildfires broke out in the U.S. state of Hawaii, predominantly on the island of Maui. The wind-driven fires prompted evacuations, caused widespread damage, killing at least 115 people and leaving 388 others missing in the town of Lāhainā.”
Residents of Maui are recounting another, more fiendish account altogether. They do not agree with the official casualty toll either.
I have watched various images and commentary-laced video clips of this strange event and concede that they can be attributed to Directed Energy Weapons (DEW). I was sceptical of DEW capabilities until the Maui incident.
The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) describes DEW as “concentrated electromagnetic energy to combat enemy forces and assets. These weapons include high energy lasers and other high power electromagnetics—such as millimeter wave and high power microwave weapons…If a greater amount of force is required, DEWs can also damage or destroy enemy assets. To do this, a high energy laser can emit electromagnetic energy with a wavelength the target material absorbs most effectively, melting the material.” The GAO summary also adds that high energy lasers…are “capable of melting steel.” (italics added for emphasis)
Now that we have broadly established the capabilities of DEW, is there any evidence of its deployment in Maui? Well, we have seen an uncanny series of fires, explosions and train derailments all across the Western world after the global coronapsychosis had breached its credulous limits and scepticism began to creep in. These strange incidents curiously impacted infrastructures and warehouses (and the materials therein) that are vital to societal survival, e.g., fuel, food and medicines. I can’t even begin to recall the number of such incidents that have taken place over the past 12 months alone. Search engines, as we all know, are now solely designed to promote the rancid narratives of the global fakestream media.
When it comes to the anomalies encountered in Maui, Peggy Hall has an excellent post that encapsulates the logic-defying tragedy. I agree with Hall that a lot of things just “don’t add up.”
According to Hall, the “photographic images depict obliterated structures and molten metal, while the surrounding vegetation, including grass and trees, remains relatively unscathed, and wooden picnic tables are still standing… Strangely, the ships were on fire in the middle of the ocean as well. Images from this fire are mostly in line with what you would expect to see after a bomb or with the notion that a directed energy weapon was responsible.”