When The Lights Go Out November 13th

There are very dark storm clouds gathering around the country and North America as a whole. Things are about to get dark, very dark in just a few short weeks. In just over two months, on November 13-14, 2013, the lights are about to go out. Will the lights come back on? It depends on who you ask. Given the past behavior of those in power, it would behoove all of us to prepare for the fact that we could be living for an extended time with no electricity.

November’s North American Power Grid Take Down Drill

Within most false flag events lies a terror drill which substantively ties together the drill with the terrorist event. The 9/11 attacks and the 7/7 bombings serve as prime examples of hiding a false flag event within a terror drill. This strategy has worked very well before and on so many occasions that it would be naive to not expect this scenario to be played out again when the time is right and the anticipated maximum benefit can be realized from the event.

Along these lines of a coming false flag terror event, the New York Times is currently reporting that …”thousands of utility workers, business executives, National Guard officers, F.B.I. anti-terrorism experts and officials from government agencies in the United States, Canada and Mexico are preparing for an emergency drill in November that will simulate physical attack and cyber attacks that could take down large sections of the power grid.” To date, 150 businesses have volunteered to participate in the drill. This is a scheduled two day drill commencing on November 13th.

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6 Responses to When The Lights Go Out November 13th

  1. hiswiserangel says:

    Texas has a stand-alone power grid. And a stand-alone government. And a stand-alone governor who fucking hates Obama and everything he stands for. Good luck, y’all.

  2. QuietMan says:

    Didn’t the Three Mile Island event start as a drill?

    • Ken says:

      No I don’t think so. If I remember correctly it was a malfunctioning valve, but there was no drill involved. The govt wasn’t as anti American then either. That was about 80 miles down stream from me. God help us if today’s govt had an opportunity like that.

  3. drjim says:

    No. TMI was the result of a failure in the “Non-Nuclear, Secondary Cooling Side”, followed by a stuck valve that vented some of the primary-side (radioactive) coolant, compounded by some operator errors (gauges that didn’t read in a logical manner) that led to a “Loss of Coolant” event that caused the core to partially melt.

    Chernobyl was caused by the reactor operating in a manner that the control operators misunderstood during a steam turbine test.

    The Chernobyl reactor was a completely different type of design than TMI, and that type of design is inherently harder to maintain control of.

  4. drjim says:

    Oh….and I have my generator ready to go, and some fresh “reserve” gas stored in case things get out of hand.

    I also have brand-new batteries for my solar system, but that just for my communications stuff.

  5. Lear Pearson says:

    Im getting myself and my family as ready as we can be, to expect the worst…..

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