posted on Feb, 26 2008 @ 02:15 PM
I live in South Florida; today we are having massive power outtages that supposedly stem from the malfunctioning of equipment in a substation that led
to a domino effecting approximately 8 separate power plants, leaving millions in metro areas without power (mainly Miami and surrounding counties)...
it has really got me nervous for several reasons. First being that if the situation continues to expand, I could be without power sometime tonight.
Secondly, as mentioned in another thread, all employers are being forced to register all new employees through the state. Which is a brand new policy.
I don't mean through I-9's for the purpose of immigration, or W-2's or anything of that nature. They have to be registered through a website that
states that "Many of your employees may be called to active military duty in the coming weeks." It does seem to have something to do with being able
to notify employers for the deployment of reservists if needed for Iraq, etc, but why the registration and the warning all of a sudden? The little
message does seem kind of ominous, and considering our growing power outtage could turn into an emergency situation, makes me even more uncomfortable.
Finally, how much longer until someone starts throwing the "T" word around in relation to the power outages? If we have a great deal of civil unrest
and looting from large scale power outages, and all of a sudden a government official or the media decides this was some type of terrorist activity,
Most who subscribe to the belief that 9/11 was perpetrated by our government in order to further the plans of the global elite and to strip away the
rights of the average citizen also believe that the government is looking for an event or looking to cause one that would allow them to take away the
rest of our freedoms. Could these be the beginning of such an event?
So what do we have in this situation:
1) Massive power outages affecting millions in urban areas.
2) Floridian employers told that their employees might be called to active duty soon.
3)The possibility of this being deemed a terrorist attack.
Add the three together and what do you have........ I'm not sure quite yet, but it doesn't look good. So once again I ask the question; Am I being
[edit on 26-2-2008 by Osiris1953]