Crazy! They are literally closing down a county in North Carolina, due to a power outage! This is just mind control and a test… They want to catch who ‘shot’ the transformers fast, so they punish everybody in the county… Or maybe this is their new way to close down all the independent shops, restaurants and artists in the county? And soon across the country?
If they are acting this way now, why aren’t they closing whole cities, counties or even states when large transformers and other critical infrastructure are destroyed due to bad management or during powerful storms…
This is another attack on our liberties. They just want to show you how powerful they are… It’s another way to test your limits… Do not comply!
Moore County, North Carolina, has declared a state of emergency as power outages continue after a “deliberate” attack over the weekend in which gunfire damaged two substations. The attack left roughly 45,000 people without power in North Carolina.
Under the state of emergency, a curfew is in place from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. each night, and residents of the county are encouraged to conserve fuel.
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Jeff Brooks, a spokesman for Duke Energy, said Monday that the company had restored power to about 7,000 customers. About 38,000 remain without power, and Brooks said that it’s likely full restoration won’t happen until Wednesday or Thursday. In a press release shared earlier in the day, Duke Energy general manager Jason Hollifield said “the damage is beyond repair in some areas.”
“That leaves us with no option but to replace large pieces of equipment — which is not an easy or quick task,” said Hollifield said.
The outage has also rendered wastewater pumps in the area out of order, and schools in the county have been closed. Traffic lights are also out. Emergency shelters have been opened to the public.
In Carthage, residents Steve and Meg Wilkins’ unheated house has dipped to 55 degrees.
“This is not what I wanted to be doing today or last night or the night before,” Steve Wilkins said. “Stringing power cords. Eating cold ham.”
Power outages were first reported to police on Saturday, Dec. 3, shortly after 7:00 p.m., according to Moore County Sheriff Ronnie Fields. When utility companies responded to the substations, “evidence was discovered that indicated that intentional vandalism had occurred at multiple sites,” Fields said Sunday.
In a press conference held Sunday afternoon, Fields said that the damage had been caused by gunfire. Fields said that the scene was the same at both sites, calling the attacks “targeted” and carried by a person or persons who “knew exactly what they were doing.”
No motive has been provided for the attack, which is being investigated as a criminal act. In his Sunday press conference, Fields could not say if the incident rises to the level of domestic terrorism.
On Monday afternoon, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas addressed the situation, saying the attack “appears to have been deliberate.”
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“We are working with energy companies in local communities to address the situation impacting the power that reaches homes in the targeted neighborhoods,” Mayorkas said. “The question is, is it an act of malfeasance or otherwise? Early evidence suggests that it was deliberate. And the investigation is underway.”
The Charlotte, North Carolina, office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is also looking into the attack. On Sunday, the FBI office told CBS News it was “investigating the willful damage to power facilities” in the area, but declined to comment further because the investigation was ongoing.
On Monday afternoon, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper called the attack a “criminal act” in a press conference.
“This was an intentional attack that caused significant harm to people,” Cooper said.
In January, a bulletin from the Department of Homeland Security, obtained by CBS News, warned that domestic violent extremists “have developed credible, specific plans to attack electricity infrastructure since at least 2020, identifying the electric grid as a particularly attractive target.” But DHS has not issued any statement connecting the current situation in Moore County to extremism.
The U.S. has roughly 55,000 substations. Earlier this year “60 Minutes” reported on how vulnerable they often are.
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“There’s a very few number of substations you need to take out in the entire United States to knock out the entire grid,” Jon Wellinghoff, former chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, told “60 Minutes” correspondent BIll Whitaker. [Reddit, CBS News]
Unfortunately, it’s not just Amerika breaking down from the inside, even Japan is having teacher strikes now. https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20221213/p2a/00m/0na/004000c (Parents not buying explanations by Japan school after teacher strike over host of issues)
“HIDAKAGAWA, Wakayama — A west Japan high school whose various administration issues prompted teachers to go on strike held an assembly for parents for the first time amid repetitive requests since this spring to have the school provide an explanation.”
“The Dec. 10 meeting, targeting all parents and guardians, was held at Wakayama Nanryo High School, in Hidakagawa, Wakayama Prefecture. Following the issue of unpaid salaries for the month of April, teachers and staff went on strike here in May. After this, more problems emerged, such as overdue payments of mutual aid for private school teachers and other staff, and a failure to pay back parents the balance that arose after a location change for a school trip. Since spring, parents and teachers have repeatedly demanded the school hold explanatory meetings, but no such event had been held until now.”
“In July, the Shizuoka Prefectural Government issued an order based on the Private Schools Act, demanding the school operator take action to deal with the issues, citing hindrances to the educational environment due to a lack of funds. The Wakayama Prefectural Government also issued administrative guidance in at least 16 cases since November 2021, to address overdue tax payments, the absence of a library at the school and other problems.”
https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20221214/p2a/00m/0na/004000c (Man arrested for allegedly stopping Tokyo Disneyland parade)
“A 51-year-old male resident of Ichihara, Chiba Prefecture, was arrested by Chiba Prefectural Police’s Urayasu Police Station on suspicion of forcible obstruction of business. The man is accused of standing in the way of the parade’s procession at about 3:45 p.m. on Dec. 13, causing it to be stopped for approximately six minutes. No injuries were reported.”
“According to Urayasu Police Station, the arrested man has a history of treatment for mental conditions.”
Some ones been drinking the Kool-aid….Gotta be all those worthless federal reserve notes, that are debit the US (corporation) owes to a private bank. Repent, for the kingdom of God and its enforcement are near.
This is being done by the HEALTH DEPARTMENT!! As if there aren’t enough gov’t agencies with carte blanche to tyrannize the people they were created to SERVE.
In relation to food, Tesco (UK) wants to coerce customers into a “clubcard” to buy food: https://odysee.com/@hugotalks:8/TESCO-CLUBCARD-DIGITAL-TRAP-Hugo-Talks2:e
North Carolina? 55 Degrees? I live in Podunk California and have been experiencing 45 degrees during the day lowering to 24 degrees at night. Sounds a little whiney to me. My electricity is powered by Chevron, aka portable Harbor Freight Generators. I have been off grid for 14 years. Is their County in charge of their power grid, or are they dependent on private rapeing companies which manage their grid and not do repairs. It is one thing to run the billing operation and it is another thing to have a yard with backup equipment for this purpose. Perhaps the culprit’s are people hoping to make a killing on portable generators. The residents need to take matters into their own hands.
complete tyranny id tell them to pound sand
It’s a test I figure. They are seeing what folks will tolerate. Probably took them transformers out as well so they could run this test. The New Madrid is emanant and they are desperate to keep people under control.
Lockdown for any and every reason is the new norm. The entire world should have been locked down for thousands of year before electricity became available.
“New Normal.” Get used to it.
How long does it take for food to spoil without refrigeration? Not long! A local health department’s actions to protect the public is not a conspiracy or control. It’s public safety.
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