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There is a growing, underground movement of people who believe California’s drought is part of a government conspiracy instead of a naturally occurring event from a lack of rain during the last four years. The movement’s leader, Dane Wigington, says he’s putting his life on the line to reveal a truth that will shake society to its core.
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: wasaka
I found another article by Intellihub, claiming the same thing: www.intellihub.com...
It talks about HAARP being used to change the jet stream, chemtrails and cloud seeding, and then more legitimate points like how China used weather tech. to ensure a rain-free opening ceremony at the 2008 Olympics
This sounds like rubbish to me, unless corporations are selling our water to China... that might be a more legitimate theory.
Nestlé is draining California aquifers, from Sacramento alone taking 80 million gallons annually. Nestlé then sells the people's water back to them at great profit under many dozen brand names.
The overpumping has escalated during the past drought-plagued decade, driving groundwater levels to historic lows in some places. But in a large swath of the valley, growers have been sucking more water from its sands and clays than nature or man puts back for going on a century.
originally posted by: ketsuko
If there is a conspiracy it would be the insane water management policies of the government.
When you live in a desert and have a rapidly growing population, you shouldn't be destroying the system of dams and reservoirs that were built up in the past to collect the snow melt and run-off, but they did in order to restore the natural watershed and assuage the demands of the environmental movement.
Then, instead of building something like a desalination plant, they decided a high speed railway line was the most pressing concern.