Here are many underreported or even un-reported stories about Maui wildfires and the aftermath at Lahaina, as we have come to expect of mainstream media. A video has surfaced by the author of the book The Deep State Encyclopaedia, Really Graceful, that aims to give a voice to the Maui residents in their eyewitness accounts and also reveals facts that the media has buried.
Below is a transcript of that video which has been written verbatim:
On August 8th, 2023, the historic town of Lahaina on the island of Maui a popular tourist spot was destroyed by a fire that seemingly came out of nowhere. As of Monday morning August 14th, the death toll sits at 96.
An estimated 2200 Acres have been burned, over 2 000 buildings have been reduced to Ash, and of those buildings, 86 percent of them were residential homes. The investigation is ongoing, loved ones are still missing but alongside the rubble in ruin questions remain.
In this video, my goal is to give a voice to Maui residents in their eyewitness accounts, highlight key facts that have been completely buried, provide relevant historical context, and ultimately share with you what the media won’t tell you about the Maui fires.
At 11 A.M on August 4th, 2023, it was reported by satellites that a handful of small fires had started on Maui around the same time.
No cause has officially been given and this is a key detail that I just want to emphasize, it wasn’t just one fire that was started, but several at once.
On Tuesday Morning August 8th Lahaina, the kingdom of Hawaii’s Capital City began to witness wildfires.
Lahaina is a small town located in Maui and in the Hawaiian language, Lahaina means cruel or merciless Sun.
Survivors of the fire reported that there were no sirens, or warnings when the fire started, only strong winds that brought distant fire into the residential areas within minutes.
According to emergency officials Maui’s warning sirens didn’t sound as devastating wildfires approach as they should have. On the island of Maui, there are 80 outdoor sirens to alert residents of tsunamis and other natural disasters, but those Sirens were totally silent as people burned to death.
According to investigators, quote “nobody at the state and nobody at the county attempted to activate those Sirens based on our records” end quote. Emergency alert texts were reportedly sent out but due to the rate at which these fires spread. the towers were down, the power lines were down, and people weren’t receiving those alerts on their phones or TVs, all of which contributed to the chaos.