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Feb 9Liked by Ashe in America

I read somewhere that it's recommended to have a 30-day supply of water on hand. It sounds from reading your post about the system vulnerabilities that this might be a wise course.

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Feb 9Liked by Ashe in America

wells, independent.

I spoke to a retired gentleman, who said he worked under the streets on the infrastructure of water. He did not put together the sinister "inlets" in the system, all over it, to ADD things to the water that had left the station, until after he retired, and realized how they could so easily poison by neighborhoods.

FYI, fluoridation is mind control reducing IQ drastically, and weakening bones, never did strengthen teeth. That was a lie. The fluoride used is scraped from cleaning smoke stacks, it is a poisonous waste product, more toxic than fluoride alone.

Know that dedicated, intelligent, aware, science based patriots have been on this fluoride additive poisoning humanity, for decades. And are finally getting further on it.

https://fluoridealert.org/

https://www.chelseagreen.com/product/the-case-against-fluoride/

I vote for people doing the work. Manual operations. IT is safer. Local. A disaster leaves you with water power/energy, in the neighboring town or municipality. Do I have to run for office!

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Feb 9Liked by Ashe in America

What a coincidence! Before I came to this screen, I was reading THIS screen https://www.cisa.gov/news-events/cybersecurity-advisories/aa23-144a

Combining what both screens say with the strong smell of manic panic emanating from the wholly corrupt FEDGOV bureaucracy (driven by their terror of Trump's return to office) I'd not be surprised to see, around U.S. Election Day 2024, a cooperative cybercrisis engineered by U.S. deep state actors who are aiding & abetting Chinese invasion/takedown of critical U.S. infrastructure. These days, U.S.FEDGOV is not your friend. In fact, they hate your guts and mine, too.

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Feb 9·edited Feb 9Liked by Ashe in America

The leaders of our county CERT team met with Marty Edwards years ago when we were running a county-wide joint disaster drill between FEMA, ICS-CERT, our state, town and county Emergency Management Agencies, the US military (which has a base in the county), and the various NGO's such as the American Red Cross / ARES / RACES and other disaster response agencies. The vulnerability of our public water infrastructure was something which came up (along with the limitations of using backup power to keep the pumps running for any length of time if the electrical grid goes down).

Its disturbing that nothing has been done to solve these issues, which they very clearly know about, on a federal level. I know that town-wise, the town Emergency Manager beefed up certain backup provisions to keep emergency services and a regional shelter running at minimum capacity for a couple of weeks (backup power, pre-staged supplies for the shelters). But I highly doubt we've done anything to resolve the issue of cyber-threats to the computers which keep the equipment running.

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Feb 9Liked by Ashe in America

Well written article, Ashe. Thank you. Very informative

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Feb 9Liked by Ashe in America

Ashe, what a great post! At an earlier point in my life, I was naive enough to believe corporations and government operated in the best interests of their citizens. I lost the naivety over the last couple decades or so. We have an interactive single point of failure, cascading in nature, in the country’s critical infrastructure. It has been centralized supposedly for economies of scale, yet relies on our number one competitor that has relied on slave labor established with their communist regime. So, we have cheap parts from an enemy; the government is aware, and in stead of decoupling and relying on local suppliers, we created a huge, terrifyingly complex system, possessing a cascading single point of failure, and no rapid source for replacement parts….oh and the government wants to add AI!

Kind of sounds like another way to fulfill the cabal’s depopulation agenda, doesn’t it, and in the meantime provide the enemies within a means to control the population. I’d expect the enemy resides in the oversight bureaucracies! None of this is coincidental, nor is it an accident.

Thanks for the eye opening report! God bless you, Ashe.🙏🙏

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Feb 9Liked by Ashe in America

Not certain if there is a "Plan," however, I cannot imagine that our infrastructures in water, and energy, would not have been considered. I have a sniff test -- if it would cause massive damage to our nation, to our people, it seems it has been considered..... just as not embracing civil war!! :)

Given that, it is Awakening.

What are each of us going to do about it?

I have lived through the times, as most of us have, some more time than others, where we could know of these things that need drastic fixing, but, no one would listen, we were completely, it seemed, powerless.

No more.

We do need to learn, be aware, be alert, and step up and speak out, and show up.

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Feb 9Liked by Ashe in America

I live in Texas. I think Texas is doing a better job preparing for this, but just in case I'm going to go buy some products to store and use if needed. Q said watch the water. Is this what they are referring to? I guess we'll find out...

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Feb 9Liked by Ashe in America

California will recycle sewage water to drink rather build new reservoirs. What could possibly go wrong? Everything.

https://www.latimes.com/environment/story/2023-12-17/california-sewage-potable-reuse

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Feb 10Liked by Ashe in America

The fox is already managing the chicken house. The very first rep in your list at the top, works for/with the WEF. Given WEFs actions in planning, directing and coordinating the C19 "vax" push, through their graduates/disciples, and the information later disclosed (ie already known by industry insiders, hence probably by WEF) about the "vaxs" and the lies used to manufacture the "emergency", WEF is a terrorist organisation. Whatever decisions are made, and whatever new information may come to light re critical infrastructure and its management, WEF already has a men in there to pass them the info.

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Feb 9Liked by Ashe in America

I opt for the sinister element. Not because it’s easy to say so or because I think that every player involved in the design of this delivery system is evil, but because our national superstructure is controlled by evil people whose mouth-foaming, rabid desire for power demands that they get their hands on anything that will give them the control they desire; this in order to sweep away multitudes of inconvenient souls with the flip of a switch - if for no reason other than to (temporarily) satiate their bloodlust. What’s the difference between them and a cocaine addict? Nothing. Picture Roman Emperor Commodus in the movie Gladiator sticking his tongue out like a vampire salivating over a kill while watching the carnage at the Games. God be merciful to us all.

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Great article Ashe, If only we could get the experts to agree on something, oh they did, Fear Fear Fear... hahaha. In most cases I think waste water could be more significant than drinking water. At least in my city in N. Calif. We sit on a good aqufir of artesian water. 2 million gallons above the city for a city of about 11,000. 8 pumping stations with natural gas backup generators. But the waste water is limited, especially in winter when everything is wet... Love your detail... Peace...

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Feb 9Liked by Ashe in America

I'm spoiled, why is this article not available in audio?

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Feb 11Liked by Ashe in America

It's an outrage to know what they are planning, and to watch them priming the pump, all knowing it's completely engineered. Just more damned "problem, reaction, solution"

What I've always hated about this game is I don't know how to prevent them from executing their plans because the masses just accept all the premises without thought... and if you raise the issue, they intentionally blind themselves.

So the question remains: how do we effectively expose such plans in such a way it becomes impossible to carry them out because too many people understand what's going on?

We need to be our own cohesive, highly resilient, and redundant network. We need to support each other when one is taken down. The network's various domains of knowledge and expertise must be bridged and made accessible to those who most need them, be it legal, economic, defense, etc. We are the ones responsible for protecting and shielding whistle blowers (for example).

This is where we are weakest IMO. Individual lone wolves are wise, cunning, and sometimes even active, but without a pack to rely on, they are easily picked off by snipers. That's been our general experience for a very long time now. The brotherhoods are broken and the ones that remain are planning water events so they can better control the chess board.

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Feb 10Liked by Ashe in America

Great article. One has to wonder, if these Smart Cities/15 minute cities are tied into a very nefarious design of ultimate control of the populace; controlling life and death. Your food, water, health services, mobility are all under the control of a controller. If you don't obey...one flick of a switch and you're taken care of.

Only one tiny error. The picture shown for Senator Robert Menendez is not Robert Menendez.

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We jumped on the whizzy technology bandwagon far too soon and much too enthusiastically. Many of the critical systems we depend on are built around hardware and software that's been obsolete for years, often using operating systems long since abandoned by their manufacturers but which can't be updated because the person hired to set things up didn't document everything and moved on long ago. It's not uncommon to see error messages from early versions of Windows on the screens in municipal utility control rooms.

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