Trump’s responsible for California’s wildfires? Look no further than the joint Ponzi schemes of CalPERS and Chi-Com-Democratic collusion on High Speed Rail

Now, environmentalists would have us believe that allowing deadwood to accumulate is a GOOD thing, a NATURAL thing, something for which, every forestry manager desires, as it somehow is BENEFICIAL to the life and longevity of the woods. They would have us believe that invasive species such as the bark beetle should be allowed to transform healthy trees into rotting wooden husks and that leaving them upright rather than cutting them down, dragging them off, and then setting them ablaze in a safe zone is a DESIRABLE thing. Yeah, right.

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“Trump’s responsible for California’s wildfires?  Look no further than the joint Ponzi schemes of CalPERS and Chi-Com-Democratic collusion on High Speed Rail” by Chef Gervais Krinkelmeier, CEC-ACF

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The Golden State is no longer golden…

Frazier Park, CA 93222, 09-16-2020 Wednesday:  On Monday, President Donald J. Trump journeyed to California to meet with our golden boy Governor Gavin Newsom, he born with a silver spoon in his mouth, and who one day would love to become either a senator should Kamala Harris have the good fortune of becoming vice president or the president.  While I doubt the angry little prick could ever achieve the second dream, he could stand a great chance of becoming the next senator from California.  Hell, everyone knows our senior senator, Dianne Feinstein, won’t be here long so we could one day see a tag team of ‘Senator’ Gavin Newsom and ‘Senator’ Eric Garcetti, two of the angriest and power mad Democrats one could ever imagine.[i]   

President Trump met with Governor Newsom on Monday as I said, to discuss the megafires devouring the Golden State as we speak.  The governor claims it’s CLIMATE CHANGE run amok while the president said it’s poor forest management, the latter of which, we discussed on Monday.  Everyone with half a brain or more understands that if you don’t cull the forests of the deadwood- the kindling- that builds up year after year, when some unfortunate incident occurs, either committed by man or by God, everything goes up in a crescendo of flame.  Flames devour everything and man, woman, child, and animal must flee at the drop of a hat.[ii] 

Now, environmentalists would have us believe that allowing deadwood to accumulate is a GOOD thing, a NATURAL thing, something for which, every forestry manager desires, as it somehow is BENEFICIAL to the life and longevity of the woods.   They would have us believe that invasive species such as the bark beetle should be allowed to transform healthy trees into rotting wooden husks and that leaving them upright rather than cutting them down, dragging them off, and then setting them ablaze in a safe zone is a DESIRABLE thing.  Yeah, right.

As someone who lives and works in the mountains, mountains with sparse forests yet forests all the same, we understand what must be done to protect our homes, our businesses, hell, the lives of our families and our neighbors and that is to clear-cut as much as possible around our individual properties, to build firebreaks, and to have access to water we can collect and store- in case we need to fight a brushfire. 

We are fortunate that we are close to a large body of water down the road at Pyramid Lake.  Not too often does Frazier Mountain catch fire but on the other side of the I-5 in Tejon Ranch or farther to the north and east in the Kern River Valley, Lake Isabella, and other communities up around Sequoia National Forest occasionally do catch fire and when they do- like Isabella did a few years back- the results can be devastating.

We also know the truth- as I said on Monday- in that many people who live in Frazier Park, Lake of the Woods, Lebec, and Castaic, hell, up and down the I-5 along the Grapevine work for Caltrans.  If you are unaware of what Caltrans is, it’s our public works department that labors on our highways throughout the state, some of our highest paid state workers, and they are always in need of money for CalPERS and the other retirement programs, programs which are anywhere from $149 to $179 billion in the hole.[iii]

These unfunded liabilities continue crippling our state, unfunded liabilities that require constant infusions of taxpayer dollars.  When you combine the bottomless well of CalPERS with the farce of California High-Speed Rail, a source of never-ending monies for elected Democrats and their communist Chinese backers, and you can easily understand why California is always in the hole even when Gov. Jerry Brown left his successor a large rainy day fund.[iv]

In November, we will vote on Prop. 15 that will end Prop. 13[v], thus allowing Sacramento to jack up property taxes by as much as a ‘billion dollars per year.’  This will drive even more people out of the already dying state as will Prop. 22 that will end Uber and Lyft drivers from working as independent contractors as yet another way of bringing more monies into the state’s treasury. 

We will pick it back up tomorrow and continue with more hot topics.   

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FOOTNOTES:


[i] If you believe our state is messed up, wait until the old Chi-Com-loving Sen. Dianne Feinstein begins pushing daisies up.  I mean, she continues clinging to power (which is good enough reason for term limits) so at some point, someone will have to be appointed to finish her term although in 2018, she had a far-far-left challenger whom she easily defeated.   

[ii] I would encourage everyone to read “It’s Not Climate Change to Blame for California’s Fires and Blackouts.  It’s Democrats.”  Written by Chuck Devore, it appeared in The Federalist on October 30, 2019.  Here is the link: <https://thefederalist.com/2019/10/30/its-not-climate-change-to-blame-for-californias-fires-and-blackouts-its-democrats/>

[iii] Noted California political author Dan Walters wrote on the topic of the disaster facing California on August 10, 2020.  The article he wrote appeared in Cal Matters, is entitled “California’s Immense Pension Dilemma.”  Here is the link: <https://calmatters.org/commentary/dan-walters/2020/08/california-court-pension-debt-unfunded/>  Reading Mr. Walters’ article one gets the idea that the state’s retirement fund for 340,000 or so state employees is built atop a vast Ponzi scheme, one that depends upon funding from FUTURE investments coming in.  When our state severs ties with fossil fuel companies and goes ‘green,’ they are in effect getting rid of the big earners that fund entities such as CalPERS.  Our state is facing disaster on a Biblical scale.

[iv] I know to many it sounds as though we beat a dead horse when it comes to the flipping Chi-Coms but folks, the California High Speed rail mess employs more Chi-Com engineers because supposedly, they are more ‘advanced’ in this mode of transportation than anyone we can find in the U.S.  Truly?  They expect us to believe this crap.  Friends, once we learned that Senator Dianne Feinstein’s chauffeur for TWENTY YEARS was a member of the Chinese Ministry of State Security- the dreaded MSS- that told us all we needed to know.  Our other former senator, Barbara Boxer, also had ties to communist China.  What is it with the Democrats in this state and should Biden-Harris win in November, do we want still more of this white-collar crime and espionage?

[v] Prop. 13 was a groundbreaking change in how Sacramento can raise property tax rates and it removed a massive burden from the shoulders of Golden State taxpayers and since 1978, Democrats here have been hard at work in their attempts at overturning it.  They could finally win which will prove disastrous for businesses and the middle classes alike.  We are already witnessing an exodus out of this state never before seen, it’s akin to a reverse ‘Dust Bowl’ situation where instead of Midwesterners coming west, it’s West Coasters heading for lower tax, less restrictive states.   

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Our personal identity and security are now very important so I, like everyone else at the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day has had local Bakersfield, California, up-and-coming street artist, Simone, create some portraits of me. The problem is in this hyper age of partisanship and the far left going bonkers, we have had to cut back on how much of ourselves we share with the readership. Sad to say, it sucks especially for someone such as me who lives in a small community and owns a business. I have been in professional foodservice for a long, long time and have known Stinkbug for an equally long time. My name is pronounced KRONK-L-MYER but everyone calls me "The Krink." Gervais writes from Frazier Park, CA. Gervais is a member of the Libertarian Party. Contact me: chefgervaisGE3130@gmail.com

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