Maine has become the first state in the nation to pass legislation ordering its grid to be hardened against an electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, event, according to report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
"...obviously the North Koreans have tested nuclear weapons and have developed some missile technology. What they have not done is demonstrate...a capability to deploy a nuclear-armed missile--attach a warhead to a missile and fire it." ~ White House Spokesman Jay Carney, April 12, 2013
You can now TAKE ACTION on a matter of extreme importance! An extraordinary window of opportunity or the concerned public has opened up - an opportunity to help keep a potentially catastrophic scenario at bay - but action must be taken before the 24th of December. Please, for the sake of our sovereignty and our very survival, use this opportunity now, and use it wisely.
What happens to our society if we lose all electricity? A new TV show premiering next month, Revolution, will explore that question. It will be set in a world “where every single piece of technology—computers, planes, cars, phones, even lights—has mysteriously blacked out forever.”
There exists a clear and present danger to you, your family and your community; the loss of sustained electric power. As of now, absolutely no government entity (except for the Departement of Defense (DoD)) has initiated plans for survival from a catastrophic breakdown of our electric grid over multiple regions of America. Even worse, the U.S. government lacks the ability and inclination to provide you with critical information for your survival and well-being.
The Mid-Atlantic states from about Baltimore to Norfolk were hit in late June by what meteorologists call a “Super Derecho” — a giant squall line on land. Trees were toppled within minutes, which abruptly brought down electric power lines.