Crisis Update: Maui's Fire Hydrants Ran Dry; The Politics Of Water
H20 is being rationed in an attack on humanity
Rain-drenched peoples - from Maui to the Emerald Isle - told water no longer free
The ultimate renewable is likely to be rationed as a tool of control
Ageing infrastructure used as an excuse to push people off their land
From orchards, farms and fisheries, water is the latest resource to be centralised
In Maui, a battle over water rights preceded the fire; permits were to be decided
Hydrants suddenly dried up as the flames approached
Experts spot a pattern of collusion between official and vested interests
Instead of justifying their response, they deflect with fear and emotional language
For water, H20 like CO2, has become a lever of control
“The lower people, the grains of sand of Maui, is what we are. We’re not the ones living up in Launiupoko — and not one of those houses burned.”
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Sep 18, 2023
There was a moment last year as CNN’s technical director Charlie Chester admitted to an undercover journalist that “once the public is open to it we are going to start focusing more on climate, like global warming. That’s going to be our focus.” 
Sure enough, from Hawaii to Puerto Rico, from California to New York and Alabama, a man-made water crisis hoved into view.
Water is the ultimate renewable, existing as solid, liquid or gas, and evaporating and condensing into rain or snow, far below the altitude at which water molecules might escape the atmosphere.
Yet when Maui islanders went to put out the fires that threatened the town of Lahaina, they found hydrants were dry.
Before the plantations and mansions, much of the islands comprised wetlands, on which the islanders practiced pond-farming of taro, called locally, kalo, and on the shores where fresh water mixed with seawater, grew crops like limu, a kind of seaweed.
In Lahaina was a large pond, and in the middle lay the one-acre Moku‘ula Island, that became a royal residence and burial ground from the 16th century.
But diversion of water by plantation owners drained it. Moku‘ula’s pond was filled with earth and turned into a baseball field and later a tennis court.
As fire spread, the deputy director of water management, M. Kaleo Manuel delayed sending water to the affected district, claiming farmers must be consulted — a fact confirmed by an executive of West Maui Land Company which runs various agricultural and residential units, speaking to Hawaii Civic Beat.
A Hawaiian studies major, Kaleo promotes an holistic “One Water” approach in which water is revered, not used. Water requires “true conversations about equity,” he says in a video posted 10 months ago.
“Native Hawaiians treated water as one of the earthly manifestations of a god,” Manuel said in the video. “We have become used to looking at water as something that we use and not something that we revere... We can reconnect to that traditional value set.”
This is a classic globalist technique known as hijack and centralise. Hijack the language, culture, traditions and concerns of local people, and use it to restrict, centralise, appropriate and control resources, more of which below.
Science is a human attempt to model what we observe around us. It is a working theory, it is not absolute truth. Even the formula H2O is a flawed attempt to describe what makes water.
Carbon dioxide is even more egregiously misrepresented. Apple’s advert for its new iPhone 15 has people scratching their heads:
“Our aim is to permanently remove carbon from the atmosphere,” goes the script in Apple’s “Mother Nature” video starring Octavia Spencer.
Not only is this pure hypocrisy as Tim Cook’s Apple refuses to participate in France’s “Green rating” for phones and the company pursues planned obsolescence including non user-replaceable batteries.
Carbon is the element of life and without CO2 we can cannot have oxygen.
On the streets, grassroots Gretas keep you distracted.
While the state corporate media tries to quash any mention of the Soros family — George and now Alexander — its Open Society Foundation has been funneling more than $5.5 million to the nonprofit Accelerate Action Inc between 2020 and 2022, to pay a “nonprofit” Gen Z for Change to stir up gender and climate activism with 500 or more for-profit activists, organizers, and creators, according to tax filings. 
If you wonder where those troupes who glue their hands to the asphalt come from, here is an answer.
‘Water, water every where,
Nor any drop to drink’
A decade ago a member of the Irish parliament, or Teachta Dála, told rain-soaked peoples of the Emerald Isle that water was no longer a right, and even that which fell from the sky and ran down their necks could no longer be considered gratis.
Water is a powerful tool. When the Jackson, Alabama, suburbs flooded in Aug 2022, the plentiful atmospheric water became an enemy. It caused poor quality water treatment plants to fail. In other cities they blame storms, blizzards and hurricanes.
Earlier this summer in Prichard, also in Alabama, the water board began the process of eminent domain, saying it might have to evict residents from their homes while it fixed old and leaking water infrastructure. 
Residents pointed out the water board had failed to invest in the system, and now sought to penalise customers.
Unfortunately, it is far from a rare case. “These five cities could be one natural disaster away from a catastrophic water crisis,” declared — you guessed it — CNN, this month. 
The cause is of course under investment in infrastructure that is more than a century old. But instead of addressing the problem, bureaucrats are blaming Climate Change.
The cities are Buffalo, New York; Prichard, Alabama; St Louis, Missouri; Central Coast, California; and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The agency charged with preparing for such “natural disasters” is FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency that has locked down the town of Lahaina after the fire.
It has set up SMART city disaster resilience zones. Fifty zones, one in each state, get priority access to Federal funds.
As in Maui these can be isolated by design in order to pacify the population and quell unrest: cell phones and Internet access cut off; access controlled by permit; water and electricity rationed by meters and surveillance using Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology (SMART).
It seems likely that this privatisation of water is in effect a land grab.
Maurice Strong was a long-time Rockefeller employee who orchestrated a string of climate conferences that led to the Biodiversity Convention and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
He also conspired to seize water rights, and was made head of Petro Canada by prime minister Pierre Trudeau.
Strong launched the first UN meeting on the environment, held in Stockholm in 1972, the first World Wilderness Congress held in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1977, and the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro.
This Rockefeller functionary — another is Stanley Johnson, father for former British prime minister Boris — also tried to acquire Colorado’s biggest underground reservoir in the 1970s.
Strong colluded with former director of the Environmental Protection Agency, William Ruckelshaus, who was also chairman of resources company BFI, and who made the laws by which his company became rich.
At the 4th World Wilderness Congress, Strong introduced Edmund de Rothschild as the synthesis of environment (thesis) and growth and development (antithesis).
Ruckelshouse was declared Mr Environment with the Rockefellers, the energy capitalists and bankers, playing the role of Mr Growth and Development — and represented at the congress by David Rockefeller.
If it sounds crazy it’s them not me: see the testimony of George W. Hunt who met the senior “players” at the 4th World Wilderness Congress. 
Power converges in dry throats and sweaty hands. Perhaps that is why they are obsessed with control of water.
The horrors of pollution and over-extraction are real, but Climate Change is a topic more diverse.
Are the bodies, from the UN to the Vatican, seriously planning Agenda 21 without checking whether the mineral resources exist on planet Earth to meet their sustainable development goals or SDGs?
There must be an appreciation that the Green energy plans as stated are unworkable — which begs the question: are they joking or is the Green agenda a cover for something else?
Perhaps we are unfair to demand reporting that corresponds to reality. The Club of Rome, named after the Rockefeller retreat on Lake Como, admitted as much in The First Global Revolution, Club of Rome (1993):
“In searching for a common enemy against whom we can unite, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like, would fit the bill… All these dangers are caused by human intervention and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity itself.”
One possiblitity is that these central planners mean something else by words like sustainable. If there is to be less energy, food and water, one way to make it sustainable is to have fewer people. In other words, code for depopulation.
Dry as a bone
Water crises — due to natural disasters or under investment — are not the only threat.
The World Health Organisation is trying to acquire the power to intervene directly in countries, whenever it declares a pandemic.
If it succeeds in amending the International Health Regulations (IHR) also known as the pandemic treaty, and in persuading governments to ratify it, there is in principle no limit to its acquisition of powers.
There is no need to speculate. A pandemic could be an additional reason to evacuate areas, quarantine populations, condemn properties and seize land by eminent domain.
As the analyst Catherine Austin Fitts argues, it sets the stage for a land grab. Not only would developers acquire neighbourhoods cheaply, governments could announce a massive Build Back Better grant that subsidises the developers.
Austin Fitts, a former assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (est 1965) drew her conclusions when she first saw HUD spending more to develop properties in run down areas than similar properties could be leased.
She learned the patterns around real estate fraud. “When you see something that looks totally incoherent... when you map out the money it’s not incoherent at all.”
During the Black Lives Matters riots, she plotted the location of burning and looting against areas scheduled for redevelopment: the riots in districts that got burned down conveniently lowered their value.
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