Lies, Damn Lies, And Amazon Rainforest Fear-Mongering
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Climate Depot | 8/22/2019 | Marc Morano
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The MSM and other liberals are going nuts about the Amazon wildfires, but instead of being honest, they are rainforest fear-mongering.

The fires are bad but not as bad as we are being told, many of the pictures being used to show the fire are from older Amazon wildfires or are showing wildfires that arent from the Amazon, but totally different parts of the world.

President - Emmanuel - Macron - Amazon - Fires

French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted out that he wanted to put the Amazon fires on the agenda for the G-7.

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Picture - Macron - Wildfires - Photographer - Picture

The picture Macron tweeted was not of the 2019 wildfires, they can’t be because the photographer who took the picture, passed away in 2003.

Macron followed that tweet by raising a white flag (France wasn’t attacked, but surrendering is a French tradition).

Truth - Reports - MSM - Politicians - Celebrities

Truth be told, the reports by the MSM and leftist politicians and celebrities can be explained by the famous Rahm Emanuel line, “never let a crisis go to waste.”

The New York Post reported:

Fires - Brazil - Dry - Season - Year

Fires are common in Brazil in the annual dry season, but they are more widespread this year. Brazilian experts reported nearly 77,000 wildfires across the country so far this year, up 85% over the same period in 2018.

It is unclear how much of what is burning was already deforested for agriculture.

NY - Times

The NY Times answers:

Much of the land that is burning was not old-growth rain forest, but land that had already been cleared of trees and set for agricultural use.

Gee - End - World - Time - Year

Gee, I guess that means it’s not the end of the world. This time of year, farmers and ranchers in tropical areas burn their fields to control pests and weeds and to encourage new growth in pastures.

How bad is the fire activity?

Data - NASA - Global - Forest - Watch

According to data from NASA, available on Global Forest Watch, Brazil had 39% more fires between January...
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