First of all, ignore the fear mongering in the article below my commentary.
Does anyone besides me get the distinct feeling that we’re playing cat and mouse with respect to these power outages? (We being the mice) Actually, I smell a big, fat rat!
First Detroit, where they told people there was an issue they had to deal with and to turn off air conditioning and cut usage immediately. When people didn’t respond as quickly as they wanted them to, (or so they claim—with big grins on their faces) they arbitrarily cut the power to a few select office buildings.
This article is from Thursday, Sept. 26 where commuter trains between NYC and New Haven, Ct were having ongoing issues and caused gridlock on the freeways.
NYC has had problems, and they keep pointing out that hackers can easily attack the grid system—and they made a point of “proving” it.
They’re toying with us the way a cat plays with a mouse for awhile before they actually dive in for the kill.
As usual, it’s a matter of ‘national security’ because the USA has so many enemies, don’t you know… thanks to the Bush cabal, of course.
The only real threat is from the shadow government. This isn’t just about an aging and overworked infrastructure. They’re making sure we believe there are multiple threats that MUST be addressed. More mind control.
They always tell us in advance what they’re going to do, right? They are warning us there has to be a drill in November to test the system, look for weaknesses and vulnerabilities and I’m seeing a thousand red flags. It’s a setup. Will they wait until November? I don’t trust them. These little tests they are doing always precede the main event, hoping the fear of it will cause us to manifest it. They want us to expect brownouts and blackouts.
They are laying the bait and waiting for us to walk into the trap when they plan to not only have a few token tests, but if they have their way, the “drill” is going to go live, as their false flag drills always do. I tell you they are up to no good. They want to cause anarchy. The Event had better happen prior to this “drill”.
If it doesn’t, I hope that rather than spending their money on frivolous Christmas shopping, people will focus on what really matters and stock up on everything they will need if they are unable to shop or use power for an extended period of time—just in case. I’m already prepared as much as possible so I can sit back and observe the action with great interest. I can only hope the new 5D energies will allow us to sail through any challenges with ease and grace.
Lt. Col. Roy Potter’s last message (Sept 24) advised everyone to ensure they have legal personal arms, to get the proper instruction on how to use them, and to legally take them wherever they go. This could get ugly. I won’t share what kind of images are flashing through my mind just now. We won’t even go there. I will choose other thoughts and meditate heavily. (mediTate… not mediCate) ;0)
Bottom line: whether it’s a disruption in the supply chain due to the Million Trucker March Oct 11 – 13, The Event, or the False Flag Blackout in November or sooner, best practice would be to simply be prepared NOW, for ANYTHING, without going overboard, and remember—this too shall pass. ~ BP
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Power Outage Wreaks Havoc in NYC: “There Appears to Have Been No Plan for This Type of Catastrophic Failure”
Outgoing Department of Homeland Security Head Janet Napolitano has repeatedly warned of the imminence of a widespread power outage originating from a rogue attack on the nation’s electricity grid.
They know such an event is coming, and in a couple of months they’ll be running a full-scale simulation involving hundreds of government agencies and businesses across North America to prepare for it.
The fact of the matter is that America is not ready for such an event – be it a man-made attack or a natural disaster.
Yesterday morning a massive power outage struck New York City’s metro rail system, stranding thousands of passengers and causing hours-long traffic delays in and out of the city.
This is just a taste of what we can expect if it were to happen nationwide all at once:
Tens of thousands of commuters scrambled Thursday for alternative transportation between the Connecticut suburbs and the city as a power failure disabled one of the nation’s busiest commuter rail lines for a second day.
Parts of Interstate 95 were backed up for hours as transit officials scrambled to find alternative power sources and avoid what they said could be weeks of snarled commutes.…
Amtrak trips between New York and Boston are running as much as 90 minutes late because of congestion caused by the commuter line outage.…
Marjorie Anders, a spokeswoman for Metro-North, said officials are working to accommodate riders after power was lost along an 8-mile stretch of track… The line serves 125,000 daily passengers at 38 stations in 23 towns.…
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy warned that repairs could take more than three weeks…
“This is not an act of God as we normally treat weather conditions,” he said standing in Grand Central Thursday night. “This is a failure, for one reason or another, of the system.”
The New York-based utility Consolidated Edison plans to set up three transformers to bring 13,000 volts to a line that failed Wednesday, but it is unclear how many trains could be served with the added power since the line normally requires 138,000 volts, Malloy said.…
“There appears to have been little to no plan for this type of catastrophic failure,” he said, explaining that a two to three week repair time was unacceptable.
The source of a power failure has not yet been determined, said Allan Drury, spokesman for the utility Consolidated Edison.
Source: USA Today via Steve Quayle
After hundreds of billions of dollars spent by Homeland Security, FEMA and other emergency agencies, there was no plan!
It should be clear that, despite all of the rhetoric coming from emergency planners over the last decade, New York City (and the country as a whole) is totally exposed to a large-scale catastrophic emergency that brings down the power grid.
This isolated incident, like Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, prove yet again that the system as a whole will break down rapidly should disaster strike on a mass scale.
Whether a grid-down event comes a as result of a cyber attack, super EMP weapon, or a solar flare from the sun, the consequences would be devastating and almost instantaneous.
Millions of people would be stranded with no way to get home. Grocery and convenience stores would empty of food and potable water within a matter of hours, perhaps even minutes. Transportation, communication and commerce systems would come to a standstill.
This would be nothing short of one of the most horrific scenarios imaginable.
What’s more, as evidenced by the events in New York, should the three major power grids across the country go down, there is no bringing them back in a timely fashion. Former Congressman Roscoe Bartlett has warned that the grid components required, such as transformers, are not easily available and could take as long as 18 months to bring online.
We could have events in the future where the power grid will go down and it’s not, in any reasonable time, coming back up. For instance, if when the power grid went down some of our large transformers were destroyed, damaged beyond use, we don’t make any of those in this country.
They’re made overseas and you order one and 18 months to two years later they will deliver it.
Our power grid is very vulnerable. It’s very much on edge. Our military knows that.
That’s a huge problem, and one that promises to lead to a widespread population “die-off”, as noted by a recent study from the Center for Security Policy:
Within a year of that attack, nine out of 10 Americans would be dead, because we can’t support a population of the present size in urban centers and the like without electricity,” said Frank Gaffney, president of the Center for Security Policy.
That’s why Roscoe Bartlett and others have suggested that those with the ability to do so should move their families out of major cities and prepare an individual preparedness plan to ready themselves for the absence of government assistance for extended periods.
The threat is real and today’s events in New York should make it clear to everyone that we are not ready for it.