Judgment On America? We Are On Pace For The Worst Year For Wildfires In All Of U.S. History!

Thursday, November 19, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder
EndOfTheAmericanDream.com
November 18th, 2015

Never before have so many acres burned in America up to this point in the year. I just went and checked the latest numbers from the National Interagency Fire Center, and it turns out that we are now on pace for the worst year for wildfires in all of U.S. history. So far in 2015, wildfires have burned an astounding 9,799,866 acres. Before this, the worst year for wildfires was in 2006 when a total of 9,506,582 acres had burned through November 13th. When I last reported on this, we were still behind 2006’s record pace, but now we have surged ahead of it. Overall, the average for the last 10 years for the number of acres burned in the U.S. through November 13th is 6,464,947, and so we are more than 50 percent ahead of that pace right now. Clearly, what we have been experiencing is highly unusual. Could it be possible that this is some form of judgment on America?

In August and September, all of a sudden it seemed like major fires were erupting all over the western third of the United States. I know, because at one point a huge fire came to within 10 miles of my own house. Fortunately, no homes were damaged in my area, but in other parts of the country a tremendous amount of property was destroyed.

Following the unusual fires of August and September, we moved into a time of crazy flooding. The storm that would became known as Hurricane Joaquin formed into a tropical depression on September 28th, which also happened to be the date of the fourth blood moon. Moisture from that storm dumped unprecedented amounts of rain along many areas of the east coast. In fact, it got so bad that South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley said that it was the most rain that her state had seen “in a thousand years”.

Of course it wasn’t just the east coast that got hit by flooding. We also watched flash floods cause “rivers of mud” to completely bury vehicles along roads in southern California, and freak flooding in the state of Texas derailed a train and caused several deaths. I covered more of the details in my previous article entitled “Why Is This Happening? Unprecedented Flooding Has Hit The U.S. Within The Last 30 Days“.

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