People have been asking this very question for decades.
People always had the feeling that there are more disasters recently. For earthquakes and tsunamis, it is simply not supported by the facts (sure, nowadays, if there is a earthquake in Thailand, you know about it, when a few decades ago, you wouldn't have).
We have nothing to do with earthquakes and tsunamis. They are not human made, not even indirectly.
Increase in hurricanes and wildfires are a reality. Not yet really measurable statistically. From a theoretical point of view, it could be just a normal series. But since it matches the predictions made already decades ago by scientists, we can reasonnably surmise that we are responsible for those.
Wildfires have been around for ever. But they are also more frequent because of drough, which are in turn more frequent because of global warming.
Hurricanes occurs over hot water in tropical regions, and are supposed to be damped by colder water when then go up (then turn clockwise in Atlantic: they appear in west Africa, travel west, reach Florida, then go North, then East toward western Europe, etc.)
Because of global warming, waters are hotter (just a few tenth of degrees, but that is enough to have a statistical impact). So the probability of appearance of hurricanes is higher. And more over, they can travel further without power loss. In my area (western Europe), we have seen, last year, a strong remain of one of your hurricanes. Which usually never occur (they are just normal seasonal wind when they reach us)
1) Anyway, even without global warming, people always had your feeling, even when not at all supported by fact. It is not supported by fact for tsunamis and earthquakes. Even if we wanted to create those, we wouldn't know how. A Tsar Bomba underground is not powerful enough.
2) It has been 3 or 4 decades that scientists predicted that one of the first visible consequences of global warming would be an increase in hurricanes, drough, wildfires (I remember reading a scientific paper in the early 90s that was claiming that real concern about global warming would come because of an increase in insurances fee, that would follow increase of hurricanes and wildfires). It is very well document how global warming is already increasing hurricanes and wildfires
3) But even these reasons are not yet the reason why you have the feeling that they are more frequent. They are, slightly more frequent. But for now, if we didn't know about global warming, we would probably conclude that it is just a statistically normal "bad luck". Keep in mind that there would be lot of hurricanes and wildfires each autumns and summer anyway. And that nobody can say for sure "this one is because of global warming". The only thing that we can say, is, afterward, "in the last 100 hurricanes, we can be 95% sure that, at least 15 are because of global warming", without knowing exactly how much, and even less which ones.