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  • Sources: All but one fire burning in San Diego County have a suspicious ignition point

    05/15/2014 1:16:13 PM PDT · by Half Vast Conspiracy · 85 replies
    ABC News 10 San Diego ^ | May 15, 2014 | Team 10
    WARNING: Take this with a grain of salt. This is the channel that ran a story for a couple hours this morning with a guy saying he couldn't evacuate because his van had a bad "muffler bearing". Team 10 sources say all but one of the fires that have been burning across San Diego County have a suspicious ignition point. 'Fire bugs' is the term being used inside the fire agencies. Sources say the fires started in a way that were not normal -- there were no sparks from a lawnmower or car engine, no thrown cigarettes and no cars...
  • San Diego fires - Arson suspect in custody!

    05/15/2014 3:14:12 PM PDT · by CivilWarBrewing · 27 replies ^ | May 15, 2014 | 10News San Diego
    Escondido police have announced that an arson suspect has been taken into custody.
  • Bushfire Jihad in Australia?

    03/27/2009 3:06:57 AM PDT · by Cindy · 13 replies · 485+ views
    Daniel Pipes - blog ^ | March 26, 2009 | Daniel Pipes
    Bushfire Jihad in Australia? by Daniel Pipes March 26, 2009 As fires swept through a hot and dry Victoria State, Australia in February 2009, some observers (including myself) wondered if this might not be an Islamist attack on the country. But one stayed quiet, not having proof. Now, Mervyn F. Bendle, a senior lecturer in History and Communications at James Cook University, Queensland, has come out and made the argument in a 6,000-word article, "Australia's nightmare: bushfire jihad and pyroterrorism," in the National Observer. Bendle marshals an impressive body of evidence. But first, a review of what happened:
  • Threat Matrix: September 2008

    09/03/2008 6:13:02 PM PDT · by nwctwx · 926 replies · 12,869+ views
    How The West Was Won The rapid and unexpected decline of the Sunni insurgency in Iraq was officially recognized this week, when Maj. Gen. John Kelly, commanding the Marine Expeditionary Force, turned operational control of Anbar Province over to the Iraqi army and police. Anbar, a vast expanse of desert the size of North Carolina, had been the stronghold of the Sunni insurgency. For years, foreign fighters loyal to al-Qaida had sneaked across Iraq's northwestern border with Syria, into Anbar and down a "rat line" of safe houses in Haditha, Ramadi and Hit. From Fallujah, the arch terrorist Zarqawi...