posted on Sep, 26 2013 @ 04:28 PM
Seems to me that if they're going to do a drill, they want to make it realistic. That means cutting the power. I've seen many references in regard
to this to Fema Region III. I'm in that region, in West Virginia. This is what I know...I've been doing a lot of job hunting and that involves
looking at job postings online. On the WorkforceWV website, there are several job postings for disaster relief personnel in the Charleston area,
chiefly Kanawha County. I also looked on Monster.com. There was a job posted by the Army National Guard for drivers with a CDL for my specific area.
I live 6 miles up a side road 20 miles from Charleston. There's nothing here. Why do they need drivers? Also, the mountains around my home are
crisscrossed with roads that I have traveled since I was a kid. There are no less than 23 gates up now, under surveillance. I've seen the cameras.
There are natural gas control stations and solar power panels popping up where there never used to be any. I don't know where they go. There are no
pipes or wires from these places for me to follow. They are also posted. Something is most certainly going on around here. I hope you can sleep
comfortably without the soothing hum of the electronics in your home, because the lights will go out. I