Droughts and water shortages are becoming commonplace throughout the world.
- The climate crisis is blamed on human activities, but they may not be the activities you’re thinking of, like driving cars but, rather, activities that are much more nefarious, like the intentional creation of a water crisis in order to gain totalitarian control
- The U.S. military has a history of using weather modification practices in warfare, including during the Vietnam War
- China recently made headlines for using seed clouds to induce rainfall over the Yangtze River, and it also used cloud seeding to ensure dry weather during the 2008 Beijing Olympics
- In 2018, researchers from the European Commission’s Joint Research Center suggested that competition over limited water resources — or “hydro-political issues” — would be the driver of future wars
- One of the most important preparations you can make is to secure a supply of potable water, such as a large cistern to collect rainwater
Historic droughts and threats of water shortages are occurring around the world, as media reports highlight rivers — such as the Loire, Po and Danube in Europe — reaching historic lows.1The Corbett Report August 21, 2022 In China, a double threat of heat and lack of rainfall has led portions of the Yangtze river basin to go dry, affecting not only crops but also the drinking water supplies of people and livestock.2CNN August 17, 2022
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Please interview Dane Wigington, geoengineeringwatch.org. He has been at this research for a few decades and has integrity.