At Tuesday’s morning after Sandy news conference, NY city mayor, Bloomberg told us that the “drinking water is safe, we put in extra chlorine”.
Should we believe him? Does chlorine cancel out all the toxic run off and chemicals and sewage that flowed out of the ocean, rivers, ponds, ditches, and highways, yards, and business, residence, and industrial properties into the water supply?
I wouldn’t drink it.
Memory tells us of another safety assurance about the safety of the air after the twin towers disaster by EPA administrator Christine Whitman. That proclamation proved to be false.
Mayor Bloomberg also took the news conference as an opportunity to with no evidence whatsoever speculate upon whether “global warming” was to blame for Sandy’s intensity. Bloomberg patently urges us to trust and obey the authorities. He indicated that more official powers and regulations would make you safer and that Sandy will lead to consideration of more restrictions and regulations.
No doubt this will be an excellent opportunity to institute more of UN Agenda 21. Stay tuned to local planning boards, city, county, and regional regulations for building and useages of properties private and public.
Stay calm and only drink water you know is safe, don’t drink from the tap. Look out for yourself, you have a brain, use your common sense. Do a bit of research on water safety too when you have the time, get your information for yourself and trust your ability to make good decisions with your own research.
This NYTimes article shows how ready and willing big government is to make all our decisions for us, this one touts; here
A Big Storm Requires Big Government
Published: October 29, 2012
(…)Most Americans have never heard of the National Response Coordination Center, but they’re lucky it exists on days of lethal winds and flood tides. The center is the war room of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, where officials gather to decide where rescuers should go, where drinking water should be shipped, and how to assist hospitals that have to evacuate.
Here’s the rest of the story that the NYTimes leaves out; here.
(…) A 1992 study by the Cox Newspapers Group found that during 1982-1992 FEMA’s budgets included only $243 million for disaster relief but $2.9 billion for black ops, according to Harry Helms, author of Inside the Shadow Government: National Emergencies and the Cult of Secrecy.
“Not only is it the most powerful entity in the United States, but it was not even created under Constitutional law by the Congress,” writes Harry V. Martin.
Since Carter’s pen stroke in 1979, we have learned quite a bit about FEMA, none of it reported by the New York Times, however.
During the Reagan regime, the agency acquired a new mandate, namely COG, or Continuity of Government. In April, 1984, Reagan signed Presidential Directive 54, authorizing FEMA to conduct a simulation of a “state of domestic national emergency,” codenamed Rex 84, or Readiness Exercise 1984. Rex 84 called for suspending the Constitution, declaring martial law, placing military commanders in charge of state and local governments, and detaining large numbers of American citizens considered to be “national security threats.”
Rex 84 was based on a plan cooked up at the Army War College by FEMA boss Louis Giuffrida. It proposed the detention of 21 million “militant” Americans. The military had concurrent plans to impose martial law, most notably Operation Garden Plot and Lantern Spike.(…)