December 14, 2017
Update: investigators say a wildfire that broke out in the Bel Air area of Los Angeles last week is believed to have been started at an illegal cooking fire in a homeless encampment in the area, no arrests have been made say @LAFD officials
— Kirk Siegler (@KirkSiegler) December 12, 2017
When I saw footage of one of America’s gayest, most Jewy and wealthiest celebrity zip codes going up in flames, I put a slash in God’s column on my agnosticism chart.
As we know, California is a pioneer in the New World Order: crumbling infrastructure, unsustainable levels of multi-culturalism, unchecked sexual depravity, and a Mexico-style wealth gap between the rich and poor.
The rapidly growing homeless camps in California’s major cities have more or less replaced the (((Hollywood))) sign as defining state icons. This is apparently where the ravaging wild fires started.
An illegal cooking fire at a homeless camp started the blaze that engulfed more than 400 acres in Bel Air and the surrounding area, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
LAFD investigators said the Skirball Fire started at a homeless camp just north of Bel Air, which is ranked as Los Angeles’ wealthiest zip code. The blaze engulfed 422 acres and destroyed six structures, damaging 12 more since it began about six days ago.
The Skirball fire sparked evacuations last week, but firefighters were able to keep the blaze on the east side of the 405 Freeway, NBC Los Angeles reported. Evacuation orders were lifted on Sunday. Officials said the fire was 85 percent contained, and firefighters were still on the scene to completely stamp out the blaze.
Illegal immigration and Jewish real estate speculation have made it impossible to afford any kind of housing in California.
The bribed Mexican, Asian and Jewish politicians who run LA, San Diego, San Francisco, Oakland, etc. are never going to alleviate this problem. My guess is they will try and ship homeless people to other parts of the country so that white people take care of them.
The West Coast is a horrible and soulless place. The fires have only made it less hellish.