Wildfires: Economic Warfare Super Panel – William Scott

Do you ever wonder how some of the wildfires that cost a fortune to battle and often inflict large economic impact to homeowners and insurance companies have been started? Here’s a possible explanation:



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Roger served with A Troop, 3/17th Air Cav “Silver Spurs” as a Scout Crew Chief in Vietnam from ’69 – ’70.

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2 Responses to Wildfires: Economic Warfare Super Panel – William Scott

  1. avatar Allan La Grange says:

    Great video. I don’t know if Mr. Scott is correct that recent fires were started by terrorists but this just shows that we all need to be alert to suspicious activity. It doesn’t take biologic, or nuclear weapons to create disorder. Fire is one of the most deadly weapons that exist. I hope that homeland security is not sleeping on the job. It also points out that an extensive clean up of the national and state forests is overdue.
    Al La Grange, Rifles

    • avatar Roger says:

      The video was made in 2012 but might also apply this 2013 season. And you are absolutely correct the forest service needs to allow cleaning of the underbrush to make our forests less prone to massive wildfires. Our native Americans generations back used controlled burns to help clear such underbrush which also helped to control parasites that damage our forests.

      Very thought provoking video.