While the threat of a complete collapse of our power grid is no doubt a very real possibility, during the last couple of weeks, the media seems to be going into overdrive, pushing a narrative that so-called right-wing extremists are about to attack the grid. At the same time, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released an advisory, sounding the alarm on an impending cyber attack on the power grid.
According to their statement, “In the coming months, factors that could mobilize individuals to commit violence include their perceptions of the 2024 general election cycle and legislative or judicial decisions pertaining to sociopolitical issues. Likely targets of potential violence include U.S. critical infrastructure, faith-based institutions, individuals or events associated with the LGBTQIA+ community, schools, racial and ethnic minorities, government facilities and personnel, including law enforcement.”
While the DHS memo doesn’t say right-wing extremists, the media is going into overdrive to push exactly that narrative.
It should come as no surprise that the government media propagandists are getting ready to blame “right-wing extremists” for any potential attacks.
Interestingly, the World Economic Forum has also joined the chorus of madness, pushing the narrative of possible incoming cyber attacks. This organization has shamelessly exploited the COVID crisis to advance its Great Reset agenda, seeking to undermine Western values and crash economies worldwide. Now, they are claiming web shutdowns and blackouts are on the way, bizarrely saying that governments need to get ready combat a so-called “Cyber-War with COVID-like characteristics.”
Many are rightfully skeptical of this warning, viewing it as a possible false flag event designed to manipulate the upcoming elections. But false flag or not, we need to be prepared for whatever they are preparing to roll out.
Last year alone, there were 163 reported electrical incidents or disturbances, including acts of vandalism and physical attacks.
As we’ve covered for over a decade, the vulnerability of the U.S. electricity grid is a huge concern. Our grid distribution systems have become increasingly vulnerable due to the growing reliance on operational technology that allows remote access, making them potential targets for people seeking to disrupt operations.
Is this all just more propaganda to push the next great COVID-type threat?
There is no doubt something is coming. Just last week the World Health Organization and the Bill Gates Foundation started warning that the Next Pandemic will be ‘More Deadly’ than COVID.
As we reported late last year, the Biden administration announced they were Stockpiling $290 Million Worth of Drugs for Radiation Sickness in Case of a Nuclear attack from Russia. Just a couple of months later, four-star U.S. Air Force General Mike Minihan, head of Air Mobility Command, sent a memo to all air wing commanders in Air Mobility Command and other Air Force operational commanders that they should be preparing for war with China.
Around that same time the media started reporting on the so-called Chinese spy balloons — we think they may have been a test run for an EMP attack on the U.S. For years we have been warning about the possibility of a future where these weapons are deployed on the public. In fact, back in 2018 the President’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council issued a report that was largely ignored by the mainstream media where DHS urged the public to prepare for the up to six months without electricity, transportation, fuel, money, and healthcare.
We suggest reading our article on EMP Preparedness: Preparing for an Electromagnetic Pulse Attack and Protecting yourself from Attacks on our Power Grid.
Are you prepared to stay in communication and gather vital intel if the communication networks go down?
Since none of us are being given technology that the Senate is now being offered, we suggest looking into ham radio! Ham radio is a great option for preppers trying to prepare for grid down situations.
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