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When the Lights Go Out On November 13, 2013

September 7, 2013

 

There are very dark storm clouds gathering around the country and North America as a whole. Things could get dark, very dark in a few short months.

 

On November 13-14, 2013, the lights are about to go out… theoretically. But what if they actually do? 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.

 

Within most false flag events lies a terror drill which substantively ties together the drill with the terrorist event. The 9/11 attacks, the 7/7 bombings and depending on who you talk to, Sandy Hook and the Boston Marathon 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.

 

NERC (North American Electric Reliability Corporation) has a list of the companies that are participating in the 3 day event (click here to view the full list). The objectives of the NERC Grid Security Exercise (GridEx) series are to exercise the current readiness of participating Electricity Sub-sector entities to respond to a cyber incident and provide input for security program improvements to the bulk power system. GridEx is a biennial international grid security exercise that uses best practices and other contributions from the Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

 

Is The Past Is the Best Predictor of the Future?

 

false-flag-picWith the possibility that the upcoming terror drill turning into a false flag event, would it be in everyone’s best interest to examine this event more closely and to prepare accordingly. ALWAYS! Preparing yourselves and your families with backup solar power systems, emergency food and water storage solutions is a MUST!

 

This government has recently left a trail of catastrophic doomsday scenarios a mile wide, the most severe of which speaks to an EMP attack. Many of whom are aware of the coming drill; fear an EMP attack which will permanently disable the grid as TV viewers have seen in the popular TV show, Revolution. Personally, I do not expect to see an all-encompassing EMP attack because so many of the police state surveillance grid assets would be impacted (e.g. surveillance cameras, NSA spy grid capabilities, etc.) and so many resources have been used in its development. Yet, given the unlikely event of an EMP attack, it seems that nearly everyone from former DHS director, Janet Napolitano to former CIA director, James Woolsey have discussed the possibility of a grid take down through an EMP attack. Further, the Nuclear Energy Regulatory Commission in their NERC PowerPoint presentation, stated that one of the possible outcomes of an attack will be a “prolonged blackout…”

 

Although I do not believe that an EMP attack is in our immediate future, it is likely that a false flag terror attack on our power grid, set to coincide with the November North American blackout drill, will take place.

 

If the power grid is compromised, this would plunge North America into an abyss of darkness. Some people will undoubtedly anticipate “three days of darkness” which will lead to a roll out of martial law. Certainly, some of the recent government preparations speak to this possibility with FEMA stockpiling massive amounts of food and the acquisition of 2.6 billion rounds of ammunition by DHS (of which 1.6 billion rounds are “missing”).

 

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It’s completely understandable as to why some people are viewing this terror drill with extreme suspicion. Sometimes, when journalists cover events, they get a feeling for what lies ahead without fully knowing all the facts. I, like so many of my colleagues have that sick feeling in the pit of my stomach which is screaming at me that this terror drill will produce some very ominous “spin off” complications. And as bad as the November 13th terror drill may be, I strongly fear that this event will have some very dire consequences in which the resulting effects will be much more devastating than just suffering through a prolonged blackout.

 

There is a strong possibility that there could be a false flag attack embedded within the simulated attack coming upon our grid and so my question to you is this….. ARE YOU PREPARED?

 

Portions of this article credited to Dave Hodges of the Common Sense Show.


 

One comment on “When the Lights Go Out On November 13, 2013

  1. […] more like when, the power grid goes down….. which may be sooner than we all think (see article at http://www.customsurvivalsolutions.com/when-the-lights-go-out-on-november-13-2013/). Interesting stuff […]

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