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While the mainstream media continues to distract the masses with Jeffrey Epstein, meanwhile, a widespread power outage affected millions within the London and Southern United Kingdom regions as of Fri. Aug. 9th, 2019. Said to be the largest U.K. “blackout” in a decade, this outage primarily impacted urban transportation as trains grounded to a halt, and cars wandered through intersections without functioning traffic lights.

Although power has been restored, it seems as though there’s been a MAJOR “power outage” practically every single month now, for the past few months. This month was in Europe; last month as of Sat. Jul. 13th, 2019, a power outage left parts of New York City in darkness for hours, leaving thousands trapped in subway cars and elevators, and people guiding traffic at intersections.

And let’s not forget about the “sudden” widespread blackout in South America as of Sat. Jun. 16th, 2019, affecting up to 50 million people, and up to five countries (all of Argentina and Uruguay, and parts of Paraguay, Chile, and Southern Brazil). Plus the power outage that impacted Fort Bragg, North Carolina as of spring 2019 — said to be the largest military installation in the world by population.

It seems as though these past three widespread power outages (U.K., U.S., and South America) have all impacted their respective regions on WEEKENDS, affected up to MILLIONS of people, and happened “on such SHORT NOTICE.”

Could all of this be PREPARATION for something even BIGGER? Especially since a few days ago, as of Wed. Aug. 7th, 2019, The Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), issued their Emergency Alert System (EAS) test… According to FEMA: “ The test will assess the operational readiness of the infrastructure for distribution of a national message and determine whether improvements are needed.”

With the 400-year anniversary of slavery in America right around the corner, What Is The BIGGER Plot?





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