after 911 a long time ago there was a power outage on the east coast all the way from new your to my neck of the woods cleveland ohio
and the power was out for days in big cities .
and you know what there were no riots no murders no gangs setting fire to stuff in fact it was just the oppisite communitys came together
and even those that you would of thought would of done there worst did there best so i call fear mongering not that
our electric grid is under protected but to say we are all going to start killing one another if the power goes out is fear mongering
the only ones that have to worry are in the hospitals and they got generators
i think as few as ten guys per state could do severe damage here is how each ten man cell spends about a week planting demolition charge on high
transmission towers around the state they assigned atleast two in wach location then detonate using cell phones as detonators to drop alot of them at
once pretty devasting to the state grid now multiply that times 50 and yes it would be a night mare
There are probably groups(the alphabet) out there actively looking to recruit someone to 'help' with this great plan, since squirrels can knock out
power grids so can you! Just contact your local undercover FBI activists for help with the planning such an event.
It just seems really fishy that there has been a lot on the news about a grid attack, even some news laying out just how to execute such a plan, kind
of like what you just did there.
Obviously this was an overtly sensationalized headline by the article. I suppose they got to sell fear to keep the War on Terror alive.
When the power is out for three months and the government (which is in on it with ISIS) goes into martial law and sets up the camps where people can
come when they are starving if they give up their weapons and freedom, then the only people left will kill each other for food until they all starve
or die. So then the government/isis will have total control and be able to enforce the New World Order.
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