Miles Mathis thinks so and provides a paper to make his case:
What’s wrong there? Well, why is the “after” photo in black and white? Do you really think they were filming this with B&W film? No, it isn’t really in B&W because we can see some gold in the lower right. Which means they jacked with this on purpose, removing most of the color to sell you the idea of this fire. I guess you are supposed to think the ash turned the entire ocean to gray. But it doesn’t work like that. The ocean is way too big and in too much motion to turn completely to gray, even that near shore. We have confirmation of that from helicopters flying over and filming: the films aren’t B&W like this. Also see the photos above, where the ocean is the same color before and after, even near shore. If anything, the ocean goes from blue to purple in the second photo, so we see manipulation even there. The very fact they are jacking with these photos tells us something is up. They are hiding something or promoting a story, at the very least. At the most they have faked this whole thing. How could they fake this whole thing? Same way they are faking the war in Ukraine. Same way they faked the bombs dropping on Japan. Same way they faked the war in the Pacific. In fact, this whole story may be staged as a test, to see if their film faking techniques are now good enough to sell this story to people already on the lookout for just such a fake.
Now, I have no opinion on this, beyond my basic principle that the only thing we can be absolutely sure didn’t happen is what the media is reporting as the official story. In other words, there were no fires in Hawaill started by the combination of downed power lines and global boiling. While my mother graduated from Punahou in Honolulu, I’ve only been to Maui once, so as far as I know, the island in question might not even exist. But Miles Mathis is correct to point out the digital effects being utilized as well as the implications of that utilization. Fortunately, the Committee helpfully provides us with a falsifiable metric to serve as a means of testing his analysis.
But surely people on the ground would know if this was some sort of project? It has to get out. But the truth about Japan has never gotten out to the mainstream in 78 years. They did the same basic thing there: staged it on a island and controlled all information out. We only know what the governments of the world want us to know. Even the locals in Maui would be pretty easy to fool. They admit they evacuated everyone from that Kukui peninsula, so none of the locals saw this. They are getting their information just like you are.* You will say they have to be allowed back in to get any of their stuff that survived, but my guess is they won’t. They will be told nothing survived and the government will insure most of those who weren’t insured. Only a few government agents will be allowed back in, to do their interviews and make their reports and continue the conjob. Unlike in Ohio, Biden has already signed off on disaster relief (that was fast!) and federal funds “will be pouring in soon”, according to mainstream media. My guess is that peninsula will be blocked off for the “rebuild”, with no road in and a no-fly zone over.
Road closure, reopen to limited people, then reclose when people started trying to look around is true. It’s somewhat early yet, but I haven’t heard of anyone known to my friends confirmed dead.
One of the ways to be certain after the fact about an event being faked and/or false-flagged is if the evidence is destroyed. We know that access to the peninsula is already being restricted and homeowners are not being permitted to return to their homes; if that continues indefinitely then it will be necessary to take the Committee’s analysis of this event seriously.
UPDATE: However absurd the idea of the fires being faked may appear, it’s not as absurd as what people are being expected to swallow about the fires.
They are telling us only 2 of the 96 bodies found so far can be identified. That’s sort of strange, right, since they are also telling us many of them were incinerated in those cars we keep seeing. So why can’t they identify them from their cars? License plates and VIN numbers burned right off I guess, even though the letters are raised on license plates to prevent that, you know. Their teeth were burned right out as well, I guess, preventing use of dental records.
UPDATE: Don’t dismiss The Committee too fast.
On Monday, Hawaiian governor Josh Green announced that his administration was considering acquiring properties in the seaside resort town of Lahaina that had been destroyed by the recent wildfires. He vowed to prevent foreign buyers from swooping in to exploit the tragedy, suggesting the state was better suited to take control of the land. “I’m already thinking of ways for the state to acquire that land so that we can put it into workforce housing, to put it back into families, or make it open spaces in perpetuity as a memorial to the people who were lost,” Green said while standing amongst the rubble.