In the past month, NINE recycling plants across the U.S. have burned down: What’s going on?
By Ethan Huff // Aug 22, 2023

A total of nine – and counting – recycling plants across the United States have been mysteriously set ablaze in just the past month as the government rails on and on about heatwaves and the surge of fires that, we are told, is the result of global warming and climate change.

The latest casualty occurred in Pensacola, Fla., where thick plumes of black smoke were seen bellowing from the destroyed facility – watch the video below:

Note that there has not been one single month in at least the past five years where more than one or two incidents like this, at a maximum, occurred at recycling facilities. And yet just in the past 30 days, there have been nine separate fire incidents, all at recycling centers.

Here is a list of locations where recycling facilities caught fire just since the start of August:

• August 1: The Vinton Steel recycling plant in Vinton, Tex., caught fire with no injuries reported

• August 3: A recycling center in Jacksonville, Fla., caught fire, resulting in major road closures

• August 6: A recycling center in Mesa Del Sol near Albuquerque, N.M., caught fire and burned "very hot, very quickly" due to large amounts of plastic onsite

• August 9: A recycling center in Oakland, Calif., caught fire that "fouled" the air of the East Bay

• August 11: A recycling center in Brockton, Mass., caught fire, causing no injuries

• August 11: The Spring Branch recycling plant in Houston caught fire, resulting in at least one person having to be treated for smoke inhalation

• August 12: A recycling plant in Glendale, Ariz., near Phoenix caught fire, resulting in major street closures

• August 12: A Boston salvage yard caught fire, sending massive plumes of smoke over Hyde Park

• August 16: The aforementioned recycling plant in Pensacola, Fla., caught fire

(Related: Check out our earlier coverage about the mysterious spate of food factory fires that occurred all last year, almost like someone is trying to take down America's food system.)

At this rate, more than 200 recycling centers will catch fire in the U.S. this year

It is a strange thing, to say the least, for one recycling plant after another to just randomly catch fire and burn down, all within days of each other and in all sorts of different locations across America.

Are arsonists going around setting recycling plants ablaze, just like what appears to have happened all last year with the mysterious food factory fires? And are climate cultists to blame for all this destruction, which furthers their narrative that global warming is causing America's infrastructure to burn?

"We are living in a world where very sick individuals have come together to create mass havoc and poison us one way or another," one disturbed commenter wrote about this string of mysterious recycling center fires.

"If they can't poison us then they will burn down cities and shut down farms and food processing facilities in order to starve us. Where this will end is anybody's guess, but the people of the world had better wake up and fight back before it is too late."

Another pointed out that just in 2023, there have been at least 31 different fires and explosions and at least 23 train derailments – and this in addition to the recent Maui and Canadian "wildfires," which are also highly suspicious.

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