According the the Australian newspaper today (and many other news papers), over 180 low life arsonists have been caught lighting our bushfires this season.

Thats just the ones caught, for every one caught we can fairly expect a few didnt get caught so we could be talking about 300-500 arsonists.

All these imbeciles should be locked up on attempted murder charges at the very minimum, but thats another debate.

Seriously the 'bushfires = climate change' lads maybe should think about waking up and smell the roses on this one.

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  • Hello Franky, this blogs dedicated to you are the other realists.

  • Arsonists are in the same category as pedophiles and should be tortured then killed . 

    • I'd go as far and say they should be knee capped first and tossed into the fires they started.

      That will make other climate alarmist think twice before starting anymore fires.

      • Agreed 100%; we are a soft nation Frank IMO.

  • Snake, the fact they are deliberately being lit does not have any bearing on climate change. The climate change argument relates to no rain. 

    • Brad dont get me wrong, im not a climate change denier, but im not a climate change alarmist.

      Do humans change the environment?, yes, have we damaged the ozone layer? yes, but its fairly small when it comes to climate imo.

      The earth has extreme cycles, has done for ever.

      Australia has always had years or drought mate and will continue to do so.

      Greenies are stopping fire reduction and theres been a copycat trend of arsonists this year.

      Thats the reason for the massive bushfire season imo.

      • This interview with Greg Mullins the former NSW Fire Commissioner with 40+ years fire fighting experience is extremely educational. He clearly dispells any of the bizzarre myths about Greens (who are not in power anywhere) having anything to do with anything. He has no agenda other than sharing his vast knowledge -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qvftV4ySvU&feature=share&f...

        • Was great interview

        • ''Former' NSW commisioner, cant really call him up to date with recent happenings magie.

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          • Ya kidding aren't you snakey! 14 years as a commissioner, still an active member fighting fires, member of the ex- fire chiefs group, etc. You couldn't find a more bloke connected and informed bloke.

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