Water 2. Thankfully, not everyone who holds positions of power in the government wishes to see us become a world in which the rich get all the water they want while the rest live in a permanent state of endless near dehydration. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has been carefully monitoring this deeply worrying issue for years. It has come up with some intriguing ideas regarding how we might be able to bring us back from the brink of global disaster. According to the JPL, one- third of the earth’s ground water basins are being rapidly depleted by human consumption, despite having little accurate data about how much remains in them. This means that significant segments of earth’s population is consuming ground water quickly without knowing when it will run out. Jay Famiglietti, the senior water scientist at JPL, says we need a coordinated global effort to find out how much is left. Saving ourselves from what might justifiably be called “water slavery” involves the use of a pair of satellites which can monitor the dips and bumps in the gravity of the planet. The presence of dips and bumps is caused by the amount of water in specific areas—or the lack of water. In monitoring the situation carefully, the JPL learned something highly worrying: no fewer than 13 of the world’s largest aquifers are being sucked dry. The earth contains fewer than 40 aquifers, so 1/3 of the aquifers are going to contain no water very soon. And they are not receiving any new water to replace the water used. Five were severely overstressed, and in the driest parts like Africa, the situation is critical. NASA says climate change is making things worse. Socioeconomic issues also make tensions rise and contribute to conflict. Redfern mentions the Arabian Aquifer System, noting that it serves 60 million people. If that goes dry, he says, one can’t even imagine the chaos that would erupt. It is the most depleted and overstressed aquifer on the planet. Three aquifers that are in dire situations are: the Indus Basin serving both India and Pakistan; Northern Africa’s Murzuk-Djado Basin; and California’s Central Valley. If we don’t do something water will be scarce and regulated. The thing to worry about is not a gradual loss of water, but a sudden loss, taking us all by surprise. The JPL notes: the water in the aquifer might last decades or millennia.*******************************Guns. If the controllers succeed in forming a one world totalitarian government, our guns will be confiscated. But not if we use our guns to protect our guns. It would be a civil war, Americans against Americans. We are protected by the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution, which reads: “A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” An internal DOJ memo uncovered Obama’s plan to disarm America, but we have seen no enforced disarmament occur. “USA Today” found that there has been a significant drop in the number of violent crimes in the US. They also noted that half of all America’s guns–133 million–were in the hands of just 3% of American adults. These owners possessed an average of 17 guns each. But its the UN we have to fear. Agenda 21 is already being implemented. People are being taken off their land and put in small apartments in cities. Farmers are told they can no longer work their fields. This is a global enterprise and its terrifying. In 2012 the Social Security Administration purchased a quarter of a million rounds of ammunition. It turns out that SSA has its own police force! People didn’t buy the explanation that the ammunition was for training their police force. It was actually preparing for a nationwide civil uprising—possibly the result of a complete collapse of the entire US economy. They aren’t the only agency doing this, either. And then there’s the plan to cut the population in half by injecting a virus into a flu shot. But that only irritates parents who have to decide whether to have their children immunized. If they don’t and their child gets the measles at daycare, then all the parents are mad and the daycare owner is really annoyed. And then there is the militarization of the police forces. They get all kinds of toys from the Army and get decked out just like a soldier. This gives them more authority? Police have received tens of thousands of machine guns, nearly 200,000 ammunition magazines, thousands of pieces of camouflage and night vision equipment; and hundreds of gun silencers, armored cars and aircraft. The home is no longer a place of sanctuary, The Fourth Amendment has been gutted, and police today have been conditioned to see the citizens they serve as an other–the enemy.