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Next False Flag to black out most of the country! (by the way, power out today 8a-3pm)

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posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 09:42 PM
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Luckily I had stocked up on extra laptop batteries to keep charged. Not sure if anything in my fridge spoiled, but it leaked alot of water while the power was out all day here in Long Beach, CA 8am - 3pm (Los Angeles County).

Could it have been just electrical line work, or some drill? Who knows, when I called they said there was transformer work. But all day?

Anyways I just came across the vid (below). Food for thought, one thing's for sure is US is bound to drop more nukes/atom bombs - again and in the interim I wouldnt put it past those banksters who have held US government hostage for decades now, wouldn't turn a nationwide power-down drill into something way more sinister.

In America theres no shortage of recent massacres of people - even toddlers - in broad daylight... so can you imagine what people are poised to do to each other nationwide IN THE DARK? We may soon find out..

edit on 14-3-2014 by gardener because: (no reason given)




posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 09:53 PM
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The real question here is. In a SHTF scenario ..........

Will the citizens unite and bond in adverse conditions such as the British did in the Battle for Britain. ......or

Will the society collapse into chaos.


P



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:05 PM
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Hey gardener, Wasn't there already a North American Union drill on that in the second week of November last year, I think it was nov 13-15?



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:06 PM
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I predict that, in the next 48 hours, nothing will happen to the power grid and we will be able to chalk this up as "doom porn"...

False flag of a false flag?

OR....

Soft-core doom porn???

Therein lies the real question...



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:07 PM
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Why that will all depend on where you live. Out where we are it is impossible to sneak up on anyone and we have only a few homes in 50,000 acres.

In the City? Why out here we call you guys............ victims.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:09 PM
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pheonix358
The real question here is. In a SHTF scenario ..........

Will the citizens unite and bond in adverse conditions such as the British did in the Battle for Britain. ......or

Will the society collapse into chaos.


P


Society will collapse. Over the years most Americans have become fat and lazy dependent on their television and telephones. They have virtually no survival skills which will make them easy targets for people who prey on the weak.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:10 PM
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In a REAL SHTF situation? Well.... Crap floats to the top, like cream on a latte. Gold sinks to the bottom and keeps a low profile.

Ever seen anyone panning for gold in an outhouse? The two levels of disaster reaction don't mix well, I think. Bonding isn't the most likely outcome until the outhouse gets cleaned of its turds. They'll be plenty to see if we really lose civil order for any serious length of time, IMO.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:12 PM
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pheonix358
The real question here is. In a SHTF scenario ..........

Will the citizens unite and bond in adverse conditions such as the British did in the Battle for Britain. ......or

Will the society collapse into chaos.


P


Both imo.

The rural areas will unite.

The condensed heavily populated areas will collapse into utter chaos.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:13 PM
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Somewhere, deep in the internet basement archive there lie many doom porn coffins covered with false flags.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:15 PM
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Wrabbit2000
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In a REAL SHTF situation? Well.... Crap floats to the top, like cream on a latte. Gold sinks to the bottom and keeps a low profile.

Ever seen anyone panning for gold in an outhouse? The two levels of disaster reaction don't mix well, I think. Bonding isn't the most likely outcome until the outhouse gets cleaned of its turds. They'll be plenty to see if we really lose civil order for any serious length of time, IMO.


Panning for gold in an outhouse? That, my friend, is just a corny idea...

(Pun every bit intended)

Sounds like the MSM mission statement as well


... to intrptr: 2 stars if I could
edit on 14-3-2014 by madmac5150 because: Al Gore wants to eat your CHILDREN for Easter!



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:18 PM
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I think that it will depend on where you live.

LA, Chicago, New York, DC and similar places, where the population is largely unarmed, will go down the toilet very quickly. Street gangs alone will see to that as they all jockey for position.

Areas of the US such as Texas may well pull together. As BFFT often says, 'an armed society is a polite society'.

Country areas covered by local Sheriffs have the ability to pull together.

Much depends on what the Federal Agencies try to do but they are likely to be splintered to some degree.

It would not be pretty.

P



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:37 PM
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If the lights go out banks indeed go down. Does that also mean we wouldn't have to pay our bills or would things work well enough for that end of things (good backup systems for those purposes I imagine). I don't think the power companies want to go 6-12 months without income so it would be a rush job to get it back on.

If this happened I think people would pull together. You would have your usual criminals taking advantage but the good would outweigh the bad. It would be miserable and this is why people would be good to one another - a shared and common goal. How far would thugs make it versus those who get together to share resources and help protect each other from hunger, cold, and disease? The later will win out by far because in the end most people are good.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:46 PM
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The best thing that ever happened on my block was a 15 hour outage.

We instantly bonded and in that short time together we made great friendships.

I live in SoCal. You guys are selling your fellow citizens short.

People will come together in time of crisis.

Turn the power off one day a week. No electronics forces human interaction.

We will prevail...I am not dreading the scenario one bit.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 10:54 PM
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Wrabbit2000
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In a REAL SHTF situation? Well.... Crap floats to the top, like cream on a latte. Gold sinks to the bottom and keeps a low profile.

Ever seen anyone panning for gold in an outhouse? The two levels of disaster reaction don't mix well, I think. Bonding isn't the most likely outcome until the outhouse gets cleaned of its turds. They'll be plenty to see if we really lose civil order for any serious length of time, IMO.


I'm known for only panning for gold in outhouses... Do you think that's why I've never found any valuable nuggets? Well, I've found nuggets, but not the kind worth any money



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 11:04 PM
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For the most I don't care either way though am leaning to let's get it over with.

Food & water stored - check
Guns & ammo stocked - check
Batteries & flashlights - check

Zombie club - check

I'm ready.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 11:10 PM
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I think most Nuclear Power Plants have at least 72 hours of back up power in their back up batteries.

Then it would require trucking in truckloads of fuel to keep their reactors running with generators.

I guess, if there is no power anywhere, it would damn near impossible to keep fuel coming in on truckloads to the 100s of nuclear power plants around the world.

This could only work for so long.
Who's going to ship the gas? mass chaos, etc etc

It takes a long time to cool down a nuclear power plant properly once it is shut down.

I think the biggest problem we face with a large scale blackout that can't be fixed "in a week" would be total reactor meltdowns from coast to coast.

Are you downwind from a reactor?



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 11:14 PM
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They'll be plenty to see if we really lose civil order for any serious length of time, IMO.

Nine ... ten days max ... with no running water. With drones in our skies, TPTB can ensure no one turns the valves back on.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 11:45 PM
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Bassago
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For the most I don't care either way though am leaning to let's get it over with.

Food & water stored - check
Guns & ammo stocked - check
Batteries & flashlights - check

Zombie club - check

I'm ready.


You forgot the Katana, you have to have a Katana!

Cheers - Dave



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 11:51 PM
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FinalCountdown
I think most Nuclear Power Plants have at least 72 hours of back up power in their back up batteries.

Then it would require trucking in truckloads of fuel to keep their reactors running with generators.

I guess, if there is no power anywhere, it would damn near impossible to keep fuel coming in on truckloads to the 100s of nuclear power plants around the world.

This could only work for so long.
Who's going to ship the gas? mass chaos, etc etc

It takes a long time to cool down a nuclear power plant properly once it is shut down.

I think the biggest problem we face with a large scale blackout that can't be fixed "in a week" would be total reactor meltdowns from coast to coast.

Are you downwind from a reactor?


If I remember right, 90% of the fail safe systems in nuclear reactors do not require electricity. A steam turbine coupled cooling pump only needs steam and an existing fresh or recirculating water supply to run and the steam is produced by the reactor. They all have bearings, seals and valves however and those parts do burn out or leak over time.

As an aside, "Aftermath: Population Zero" is a very good National Geographic documentary that includes the lifespan of nuclear power stations and how long it would take for them to fail.

Cheers - Dave
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posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 12:45 AM
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Thinking about it... The entire world doesn't have enough guns for everyone..... I should have bought that F'ng gun 6 months ago instead of glasses.....





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