A book chronicling the "events of August 8-11, 2023," in Maui, Hawaii, was published on Amazon this week – see the screenshot below – on August 10, before the "events" had even concluded.
Notice that Dr. Miles Stones' book "Fire and Fury: The Story of the 2023 Maui Fire and its Implications for Climate Change," was released prior to the fires even fully running their course. How did Dr. Stones know what was going to happen on August 11 the day before – and more importantly, how did Dr. Stones get the book written and published so fast?
As usual, the book's claim is that "global warming" and "climate change" are responsible for the fires. It also claims to draw from "eyewitness accounts, official reports, and media coverage" to paint a picture of what took place on the island.
How was Dr. Stones able to interview eyewitnesses and gather official reports before the disaster had even concluded? And even if such a feat were humanly possible, how in the world did he compile it all into a book that was ready for publishing right smack-dab in the middle of the disaster's culmination?
(Related: Do you think it is possible that the Maui fires were deliberately started by global warming zealots to push their anti-oil and anti-gas agenda?)
Do time machines exist, or is the wool being pulled over everyone's eyes?
It was not until August 11, a full day after Amazon published Dr. Stones' book, that Maui officials had even updated their death count and admitted that "neither Maui nor HI-EMA activated warning sirens on Maui" had gone off "during the wildfire incident."
It was also on August 11 that the media reported that the Lahaina fire was 85 percent contained, meaning it was still burning at the time when Dr. Stones' book about the entire incident in its completion was published to Amazon.
Perhaps someone invented a time machine and we simply missed the memo, but none of this makes any sense. Even so, Dr. Stones' book is available for purchase on Amazon, even though it has only one-star reviews from people outing it as shameless propaganda.
"More propaganda from you know who," one of them wrote in disgust. "As the progressives say: never let a good crisis go to waste."
Another suggested that perhaps Dr. Stones is just an artificial intelligence (AI) robot that came up with a narrative before the disaster had even completed in order to generate interest, rake in profits, and instill more climate change turds of misinformation into the minds of gullible readers.
"Inaccurate and insensitive," this person wrote. "Smells of AI even before the smoke clears (literally)."
Obviously, the Maui fires were planned well in advance, suggested another. How else could Dr. Stones know what was going to happen before it even did, all while writing, publishing, and cashing checks even as the fires were still burning.
"This book was published while the catastrophe was still happening," someone else said.
We clearly live in a time when truth no longer matters and logic has been thrown out the window. In years past, a book like this never would have even gotten the chance to be published because the globalists would have never dared to show their cards in such a blatant way.
In the year 2023, however, all bets are off as to how low the deep state will go – and how obviously it will do so – until the pitchforks come out and We the People really start demanding honest answers to these strange and utterly surreal anomalies.
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