Sunday, June 6, 2021

Event Update For 2021-06-05

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2021-06-05 - Multiple recycling centers and businesses go up in flames in Phoenix (Arizona):

Quote: "Dozens of fire crews from metro Phoenix battled a large fire that involved multiple recycling yards and commercial buildings and sent black smoke over much of the city on Saturday. Fire Capt. Todd Keller, a Phoenix Fire Department spokesman, said the fire involved five commercial buildings and multiple recycling yards, including at least one tire business."

Quote: "The fire, which caused massive clouds of smoke that spread across the Valley, was visible from space, according to the National Weather Service in Phoenix."

Quote: "Phoenix firefighters say this is the largest response for the Phoenix Fire Department in history."

2021-06-05 - Metal recycling center erupts in flame in Catasauqua (Pennsylvania):

2021-06-05 - Metal recycling center hit by fire, scrap cars burn, on Castle Drive in Falkirk (Scotland):

2021-06-05 - Car yard fire rages in coastal Papakura, Auckland (New Zealand):

Quote: "At least one building and a large number of cars have been consumed by the fire."

2021-06-05 - Oil well fire breaks out near Bennett (Colorado):

2021-06-05 - Railroad bridge damaged by fire in North Las Vegas (Nevada):

2021-06-05 - Mobile crane bursts into flame at docks in coastal Tilbury (Britain):

2021-06-05 - Wildfire breaks out in Osborn Bay on Osborn Bay Lake (Washington):

2021-06-05 - Wildfire breaks out and grows quickly to 7,000 acres in Pinal County (Arizona):

2021-06-05 - More than 150 earthquakes including one of 5.3 magnitude strike near the Salton Sea (California):

Quote: "The earthquakes, ranging from 2.5 to 5.3 magnitude, occurred in Calipatria, just south of Salton Sea along the San Andreas Fault, the USGS map shows."

2021-06-05 - Chinese military has its own UFO task force and it’s been overwhelmed by surge in sighting reports:

2021-06-05 - Boat bursts into flame on Pewaukee Lake (Wisconsin):

2021-06-05 - Boat and car go up in flames while parked in driveway in coastal Newport on the Isle of Wight (Britain):

2021-06-05 - Boat bursts into flame on the River Tees near Ingleby Barwick (Britain):

Note: These are the 338th, 339th and 340th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-06-05 - Nine passenger buses destroyed by fire while parked at business in Hanover (Germany):

Quote: "In the bus hall of the transportation company Hanover There was a fire on Saturday. According to a spokesperson, the losses amounted to millions. According to the fire brigade, 9 buses, including electric buses, were completely burnt down."

2021-06-05 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on street in the Höngg area in Zurich (Switzerland):

Note: These are the 207th-216th buses to burn in 2021...

2021-06-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at food warehouse in Mt. Sterling (Illinois):

Quote: "Firefighters responded to a Dot Foods warehouse in Mt. Sterling tonight after a tractor trailer caught fire. WGEM in Quincy reports that first responders were called to the warehouse on the DOT Foods property just after 7PM after a tractor trailer caught on fire as it backed into a warehouse loading dock."

2021-06-05 - Tractor (forager) bursts into flame on Jack Backs Cross in Sandford (Britain):

2021-06-05 - Tractor bursts into flame on the A41 in Market Drayton (Britain):

Note: These are the 1213th, 1214th and 1215th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-06-05 - Dump truck bursts into flame while parked at Kwik Trip in New Berlin (Wisconsin):

2021-06-05 - RV bursts into flame on street in Sandy (Utah):

Note: This is the 226th RV to burn in 2021...

2021-06-05 - Van bursts into flame while parked at business in Le Roy (New York):

2021-06-05 - Van bursts into flame on street in Hartcliffe (Britain):

2021-06-05 - Pickup truck bursts into flame off Highway 17 near Woodville (South Carolina):

2021-06-05 - Car bursts into flame at 4 AM on Cummins Highway in Mattapan (Massachusetts):

2021-06-05 - Car bursts into flame at car dealership in Yellowknife (Canada):

2021-06-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Lincoln Road in Windsor (Canada):

2021-06-05 - Car bursts into flame on the Trans-Canada Highway near Avondale (Canada):

2021-06-05 - Car bursts into flame on street in Ballarat (Australia):

2021-06-05 - Car bursts into flame on Trenchard Meadow in coastal Poole (Britain):

2021-06-05 - Car bursts into flame on the M62 near Tingley (Britain):

2021-06-05 - Car bursts into flame on the A49 in Marlbrook (Britain):

2021-06-05 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the A34 near South Wonston (Britain):

2021-06-05 - Motorcycle bursts into flame at 12:13 AM on Park Road in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Park Road, Hull. Sat 5 Jun 2021 00:13 (No:010161) Motorcycle fire, one Scotty Back Pack and one hose reel in use."

2021-06-05 - Two cars and home destroyed by fire at 1:03 AM on Decatur Drive in Fayetteville (North Carolina):

2021-06-05 - Barn destroyed by fire in Berwick Township (Pennsylvania):

2021-06-05 - Barn destroyed by fire on Rabbit Run Road in West Penn Township (Pennsylvania):

2021-06-05 - Barn destroyed by fire on Haverhill Road in Little Wratting (Britain):

2021-06-05 - In separate incidents, electrical fire breaks out and sawdust hopper bursts into flame at lumber mill in North Plains (Oregon):

2021-06-05 - Tire business damaged by fire in Huntsville (Arkansas):

2021-06-05 - Garage destroyed by fire at home near Spring Lake in Mahomet (Illinois):

2021-06-05 - Home damaged by fire on Wayman Circle in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):

2021-06-05 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 4:20 AM on Rash Road in Kingston (Washington):

2021-06-05 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire on East Philadelphia Street in York City (Pennsylvania):

2021-06-05 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on East Exposition Avenue in Aurora (Colorado), 5 injured:

2021-06-05 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Hudson Terrace in Fort Lee (New Jersey):

2021-06-05 - Hotel damaged by fire on Tooley Street near Tower Bridge in coastal London (Britain):

2021-06-05 - Deadly fire burns home at 1 AM on Estates Drive in Warsaw (Missouri), 1 killed:

2021-06-05 - Deadly fire burns home just after 5:30 AM on Iris Avenue in Sacramento (California), 1 killed:

2021-06-05 - Deadly fire burns home on Clay Street in Huntsburg (Ohio), 3 killed:

2021-06-05 - Birds going blind and dying in coastal Washington DC:

Quote: "An unusual number of birds are suddenly going blind and dying in the area around Washington DC, puzzling wildlife experts."

2021-06-05 - Fish wash ashore dead on beach in coastal Largs (Scotland):

2021-06-05 - Two men, 19 and 20, found dead in swimming pool at Heritage Apartments in Lubbock (Texas):

2021-06-05 - Man, 70, jumps into water to save 18-year-old woman and has 'medical emergency', both die, on Fort Loudon Lake (Tennessee):

Quote: "The 70-year-old operator was passed by a personal watercraft with an 18-year-old female operator. According to Smith, a few minutes later the pontoon boat operator came across the 18-year-old floating face down in the water after the PWC had apparently collided with a concrete railroad bridge support. He says the pontoon boat’s operator jumped into the water in a rescue attempt but was incapacitated due to a medical emergency."

Note: Maybe the woman had a 'medical emergency' too...

2021-06-05 - Man, 19, dies in residential swimming pool on Southchase Lane in coastal League City (Texas):

Quote: "A 19-year-old man drowned in a private pool in a League City residential neighborhood sometime Thursday night or Friday morning, League City Police said."

2021-06-05 - Boy, 9, dies after being pulled from swimming pool at Spring Lake Park Swim Facility in North Mankato (Minnesota):

2021-06-05 - Boy, 8, dies after being pulled from swimming pond at Regner Park in West Bend (Wisconsin):

2021-06-05 - Boy, 11, found dead in river at Clifton Beach in Spartanburg County (South Carolina):

2021-06-05 - Boy, 15, found dead in the Meramec River near Meramec Caverns (Missouri):

2021-06-05 - Boy, 16, jumps into the water at quarry and dies in Independence (Ohio):

2021-06-05 - Man found dead in the Tittabawassee River in Midland (Michigan):

2021-06-05 - Man, 68, found dead in White Island Pond in coastal Plymouth (Massachusetts):

2021-06-05 - Man, 58, found dead in the Sacramento River in Yolo County (California):

2021-06-05 - Person found dead near airport in coastal San Francisco (California):

2021-06-05 - Man found dead in the water off coastal Polihua Beach (Hawaii):

2021-06-05 - Man, 37, found dead in the Fond du Lac River in Fond du Lac (Wisconsin):

2021-06-05 - Man, 79, falls off boat and dies in Rathbun Lake (Iowa):

Quote: "Witnesses said they had seen the man fishing on a boat, then five minutes later noticed him floating in the water unresponsive, according to a news release."

2021-06-05 - Man, 58, drops dead in lot near Robinsun Run (stream) in McDonald (Pennsylvania):

2021-06-05 - Man found dead in the Colorado River in Mesa County (Colorado):

2021-06-05 - Man found dead in the Red River in Fargo (North Dakota):

2021-06-05 - Man, 58, has 'medical emergency', van veers off road and crashes into trees, in Sumter County (Florida), 1 killed:

Quote: "Troopers said a van was heading south on County Road 475, north of County Road 532W, when the driver suffered a medical emergency."

2021-06-05 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in St. Louis (Missouri):

2021-06-05 - Small plane makes emergency landing on road in Wellington (Florida):

2021-06-05 - Tractor trailer crashes into parked tractor trailer at 3 AM, fire erupts, in Woodford County (Kentucky), 1 killed:

2021-06-05 - Tractor trailer veers off road and overturns at 4:30 AM on I-91 in Hartford (Connecticut):

2021-06-05 - SUV veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Georgetown Township (Michigan), 3 injured:

Quote: "Alcohol is not believed to be a factor in the crash, but authorities say the driver of the Chevrolet might have had a medical incident prior to the crash."

2021-06-05 - Pickup truck veers off road and crashes into tree near Gretna (Nebraska), 1 killed:

2021-06-05 - Car and SUV collide head-on, fire erupts, near Lake Nockamixon in Haycock Township (Pennsylvania), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2021-06-05 - Man has 'medical emergency' on trail in Santa Clarita (California):

Quote: "One person was airlifted Saturday after suffering from a medical emergency on a trail in Santa Clarita."

2021-06-05 - Woman in her 20s has 'medical episode' at Royal Victoria Country Park in coastal Southampton (Britain), 1000 feet from the ocean:

Quote: "A woman in her 20s had suffered a medical episode at the park and emergency services were called to assist."


  1. Test comment (error message yesterday wiped out my comment).

  2. Melancholy Monday Jonny and readers of JJFH.

    PA steppin' it up, eh?!

    Lots of men and children dropping dead in water.

    I read a bunch of articles and saw video of what people think is coming and when yesterday (a/c has been running day & night for 2 days now).
    The consensus seems to feel that the world-wide economic collapse/runaway inflation will be (most likely in the fall) this year, preceded by food shortages, political and social upheaval from supply chain shut downs which will impact a wide variety of businesses beginning in July. Once the shortage of necessities hits, "all he'll breaks loose."

    The COVID conspiracy by Fauci, Gates, WHO, CDC, NIH, Big Pharma & governments around the world is collapsing now that Fauci's e-mails have been discovered. Whether these people see jail time or we have mass rioting remains to be seen.

    Sooner or later the cops & the military will revolt too and become part of the "awakening."

    Severe floods and landslides hit Sri Lanka, leaving at least 17 people dead and more than 210 000 affected

    At least 17 people have died and more than 271 000 have been affected after heavy rains hit Sri Lanka over the weekend, officials reported on Monday, June 7, 2021. Tens of thousands have been forced to evacuate their homes as days of deluge caused rivers on the island's southern and western plains to overflow, inundating low-lying areas
    [more; 2 videos]

    [2 from Stupid Humans news]
    Frightened terns abandon 3,000 eggs after drone illegally crashes on beach

    About 3,000 elegant tern eggs were abandoned at a southern California nesting island after a drone crashed and scared off the birds, a newspaper reported Friday. [more]

    Korea’s 300 million tree harvest plan to reduce carbon emission irks activists

    The Korea Forest Service (KFS) announced on Jan. 20 that it will cut down 300 million “old” trees and plant 3 billion new trees to increase the overall carbon absorption capability of the country’s forests. [more; brilliant]

    Two large fires threaten communities near Globe, Arizona

    Two large wildfires east of Phoenix, Arizona are threatening communities near the city of Globe. They are both being driven by strong winds out of the southwest as they burn vegetation desiccated by drought. The hot, dry, and windy conditions that are expected to continue through Friday with 10 to 15 mph winds gusting at 20 to 25 or higher with humidity in the teens will make it a challenge for firefighters to stop the spread of these two fires.

  3. 50 killed, 70 injured after 2 express trains collide in Pakistan (VIDEOS)

    At least 50 people were killed and dozens more injured in Pakistan’s Sindh province after an express train derailed and collided with another passenger train coming from the opposite direction.
    The incident occurred early on Monday near the city of Daharki, in Ghotki District of Pakistan’s southeast Sindh province. [more]

    [from news of The Olympics]
    Senior Japanese Olympic Committee official takes own life by jumping in front of subway train – media

    An official working for Japan's national Olympic organization has apparently ended his own life in the Tokyo Metro system, a report says. The Olympic Games are set to kick off in Japan's capital next month.
    Yasushi Moriya, who led the Japanese Olympic Committee's accounting department, jumped in front of a Tokyo subway train on Monday morning, Nippon TV's News24 channel reported, citing Tokyo metropolitan police sources. [more; wonder why?]

    Drones, 100s of people & vehicles sent to block UNSTOPPABLE herd of 15 elephants trampling Chinese towns & farmlands (VIDEOS)

    Chinese authorities are bracing for more damage as 15 protected wild Asian elephants remain undeterred by people and vehicles deployed to keep them away from human-populated areas.

    For the local farmers, however, the unstoppable herd looks more like a locust plague. The untouchable animals have already caused an estimated $1.1 million worth of damage and are not expected to stop their ransacking anytime soon. The authorities are cautioning people to keep their distance because, if frightened or angered, they may injure or kill onlookers.

    It’s unusual northbound path remains a mystery to scientists. [more]

  4. Outsourcing The Production Of Virtually Everything Has Brought Us To The Brink Of A Nightmare Scenario For The U.S. Economy

    Many of the imbalances that are contributing to the nightmarish shortages that we are currently witnessing are not going to be solved any time soon. Ever since I started The Economic Collapse Blog, I have been warning that outsourcing the production of just about everything and running massive trade deficits year after year would eventually have very serious consequences down the road. Well, now we are officially “down the road”, and our incredibly foolish trade policies have put us in a very precarious position. During the “good times”, being extremely dependent on the rest of the world to make stuff for us wasn’t a problem, but now it is rapidly becoming a national security issue.

    [beside the critical computer chip shortage]

    Did you know that 60 percent of all apple juice that is sold in this country now comes from China?
    Over the decades, big corporations have come to dominate food production in America, and this has pushed small family farmers to the brink of extinction.
    if relations with China get really sour, all of a sudden there will be a whole bunch of basic things that will be in short supply and that we won’t be able to make for ourselves.

    Speaking of China, there is a very serious shortage of shipping containers right now. And one factor that is making it worse is that we buy far more from China than they buy from us. So empty shipping containers are stacking up on our side of the Pacific Ocean because there is not enough commercial traffic going back the other way.

    Another shortage that is weighing heavily on the U.S. economy is the worker shortage.

    Along with other factors such as widespread shortages and higher commodity prices, this is creating a “perfect storm” that threatens to force many more small businesses to shut their doors. In fact, one recent survey found that 35 percent of all small businesses in America are “at risk of closing permanently by the end of the summer." [more]

  5. [some local news]

    Two Fires Break Out Within Walking Distance, Birds' Nest Put in Path of Smoke [video]

    Fires broke out Monday morning at a historic mansion, a warehouse and other buildings about about one-quarter of a mile apart in Burlington County.

    The first of the fires, which wound up affecting at least three separate buildings, broke out around 3:30 a.m., Burlington Mayor Barry Conaway said.

    One of the fires burned at the abandoned McNeal Mansion on East Pearl Street in Burlington, New Jersey, another at the U.S. Pipe property -- across from the Amazon fulfillment center -- further down the road.

    The warehouse fire took place near what initially appeared to be the nest of a bird of prey, perched on a poll. What initially appeared to be an eagle, but was later confirmed by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to be an osprey, could be seen swooping above the smoky blaze and what appeared to be two young birds were in the nest.

    First Alert: Heat Wave Expected With Temps Pushing Into 90s Again [video]

    A First Alert is in effect through Monday due to sizzling heat and humidity, as well as poor air quality.
    Temperatures are expected to reach the mid-90 degrees but feel as high as the triple digits.
    The areas most at risk are those around and surrounding the I-95 corridor.
    [more; how's the situation in your areas fellow JJFH fans?]

  6. [takin' out de big lures na]
    Philly to Give $50,000 in Cash to Residents in COVID ‘Vax Sweepstakes'

    The so-called Philly Vax Sweepstakes, where nearly $400,000 in cash will be doled out, continues until mid July, the city announced Monday. The biggest prize is $50,000 in cash.

    Besides the $50,000 grand prizes, during each drawing, six individuals will win $1,000 and four will win $5,000, the city said.

    In total, 36 lucky Philadelphians will get paid (12 people in each drawing).

    [he' da Playa$]

    The University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and University of Pennsylvania’s Behavior Change for Good Initiative, the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics, and Flu Lab partnered with Philadelphia for the sweepstakes, which is for every resident 18 and older with at least one dose of a vaccine. Penn said they came to the city to bring the sweepstakes to fruition. [more]