On the morning of Sunday Jun. 16th, 2019, several people in South America awoke to loss of power all throughout their communities. At least 50 million people have lost electricity with reports in all of Argentina and Uruguay, along with parts of Paraguay, Chile, and Southern Brazil.
While there is currently “no explanation” about how this massive blackout occurred, could there be a BIGGER Agenda at hand?
Because this event also coincided with “Target Apocalypse 2019” — wherein Target’s registers suffered a nationwide outage on midday Sat. Jun. 15th, 2019. The outage led some stores to shut down entirely rather than frustrate shoppers waiting in line, while others handed out treats to make up for the system failure. Although temporary, and only lasting two hours, what some have deemed “Targetgeddon” impacted regions such as Chicago, Washington D.C., Texas, California, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
But this isn’t the first time the world has seen NATIONWIDE outages. While Venezuela continues to recover from massive power outages, food shortages, water shortages, and civil unrest, meanwhile, banks such as Wells Fargo have already “experimented” with nationwide outages and “bank glitches” all throughout America as of early-2019.
Not to mention the ongoing civil massacre all throughout Sudan — resulting in more than one hundred bodies thrown into the Nile, military intervention, hundreds killed, and thousands more partaking in perilous protesting.
And, according to a December 2018 report from the President’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) published by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) concerning a nationwide power outage, here’s how the NIAC defines a “catastrophic power outage”:
– Events beyond modern experience that exhaust or exceed mutual aid capabilities
– Likely to be no-notice or limited-notice events that could be complicated by a cyber-physical attack
– Long duration, lasting several weeks to months due to physical infrastructure damage
– Affects a broad geographic area, covering multiple states or regions and affecting tens of millions of people
– Causes severe cascading impacts that force critical sectors—drinking water and wastewater systems, communications, transportation, healthcare, and financial services—to operate in a degraded state
In the actual report, this is referring up to 75 million people, or nearly a quarter of the U.S. population. Based on this alone, the question still remains:
What Are They REALLY Getting Ready For?!?!