As FNF Media has long held, the stats simply do not back the climate alarmism behind the former fire chiefs led by Greg Mullins who are turning this into a political football. Once again, how quick the media has been happy conflate expertise in one area to another. As we wrote yesterday, too many unqualified people straying out of their lane.
The Australian picked up on comments from former president of the Volunteer Firefighters Association , Mick Holton.
“I found he [Greg Mullins] was a great person to work for, and he’s a great fellow, but I think he’s lost his way…It is disappointing to me when he would have learned about fire science and isn’t discussing the fuel load issue…To me, it doesn’t seem right to blame climate change when we’ve dropped the ball on other issues.”
There you have it folks. Not all firefighters are on the same page of Mullins. The only think Mullins and Holton agree on is a strategy to combat fires with a focus on land-management that would include hazard reduction and the advice of indigenous Australians. That’s just what the WA Government’s Bushfire Front website advises.