For anyone who has closely tracked the evolution of California’s ever-worsening drought, it has been apparent — from the very beginning — that something is very wrong with this mostly manmade catastrophe.
The purpose of this exposé is to reveal the evidence, some scientific and some anecdotal, which indicates that this historic and unprecedented drought has been literally engineered from start to finish. Just like LA’s Hollywood studios have produced so many disaster epics, the Government-Corporate Complex has quite purposefully staged this catastrophic drought throughout the statewide ‘set’ of California.
Again, the thesis of this essay is that both the U.S. Federal Government and select Military-Industrial Complex corporations have conspired to create the California drought. While that may sound like a conspiracy theory to some, the evidence available appears to indict the Government-Corporate Complex.
Background to the California Drought Plan
California is the eighth largest economy in the world. It’s agricultural industry produces a massive amount of food for the USA as well as the world-at-large. Silicon Valley alone contributes a significant amount to the state GDP. Likewise, the Military-Industrial Complex owns and operates major enterprises across the entire state of California as does the Motion Picture Industry. When considered in the aggregate, these sectors of the state economy also makeup up a substantial portion of the U.S. GNP. Therefore, it is very easy to see how putting a HUGE dent in the California economy would affect millions of people and many communities, as well as numerous corporations and companies both in-state and nationwide.
Wrecking California’s Economy Is An Integral Part Of The Geoengineeering Agenda
Obviously an historic 1200 year drought will have countless impacts, both major and minor, on California agriculture. The longer this predicament continues, the greater the effects on the state economy. A drastic drought-caused reduction of the water supply also affects other water-intensive industries such as fracking and oil drilling. Even those businesses which do not rely on water, except for office water fountains and executive showers, are being affected.