The only West Maui residents who survived Lahaina fire are those who DISOBEYED official orders telling them to stay put
By Ethan Huff // Aug 25, 2023

Getting out of Lahaina in time to beat the Maui Fire disaster turned out to be a major challenge as government officials blockaded all exit routes, we are told, which forced people to either defy the rules and sneak out anyway or die in the fiery inferno.

Residents who tried to escape that fateful day encountered numerous Hawaiian Electric work trucks that were in the process of replacing telephone poles along the road to Highway 30. The electricians manning the vehicles and overseeing the work told residents to turn around and go back to Lahaina per the government's orders.

Some residents obeyed and were later found dead inside their cars, while others swerved around the barricade or used nearby dirt roads to get out of dodge before the event occurred.

"It made no sense what they were doing," said local resident Cole Millington. "They could see the sky was black. They could see the city was on fire. They could see the wind was still whipping everything around. But they were already starting to plant new power poles."

Check out the following screenshots from the Associated Press (AP), which covered the blockades and the resulting deaths:

(Related: Check out these nine questions that many are asking about the highly suspicious Maui Fire.)

The government must be held accountable for MURDERING Lahaina residents and visitors

Some residents who failed to escape Lahaina due to the government barricades ultimately ended up jumping from their cars into the Pacific Ocean. Some of their bodies later washed up in Lana'i, an island across the Auau Channel from Lahaina.

"The gridlock would have left us there when the firestorm came," said Kim Cuevas-Reyes, another local resident who ended up having to drive on the wrong side of the road in order to escape.

"I would have had to tell my children to jump into the ocean as well and be boiled alive by the flames or we would have just died from smoke inhalation and roasted in the car."

Approximately 2,170 acres in Lahaina ended up getting scorched in what many now believe was a directed energy weapons (DEW) event designed to clear out Lahaina and make way for the rich and powerful to assume ownership and control over it.

"It turns out that ignoring the government is a good idea," one commenter wrote about how the only people who survived the Lahaina fire were those who just said no to the government's orders.

"It probably cost the taxpayers a couple of million to have the Marble Mouth come over to Lahaina yesterday," wrote another, referring, of course, to fake president Joe Biden.

"That money could have bought a lot of groceries and temporary hotel rooms for displaced families. But they should feel better knowing that Joe's FEMA people are staying at the Fairmont and Four Seasons enjoying $2k a night five-star rooms and prepared five-star food, while the families have no money, no homes, no cars, and missing friends and kids."

Others noted that this is exactly what the government is training people to do: obey their every order, even to their own demise.

"They dream of a society where every edict they issue is blindly followed, regardless of the circumstances," one wrote. "And people are following along. That's not how I was raised and I'll never be a lemming."

By all appearances, the Maui Fire was another false flag attack on America. Learn more at FalseFlag.news.

Sources for this article include:

DailyCaller.com

NaturalNews.com



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