COVERT INTEL - CHINA CITY CUTTING-OFF WATER SUPPLY (CONTAMINATED!)

COVERT INTEL - CHINA CITY CUTTING-OFF WATER SUPPLY (CONTAMINATED!)
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Shenzhen, in southeastern China, is a modern metropolis that links Hong Kong to China’s mainland. It's known for its shopping destinations, including Luohu Commercial City, a massive mall with a vast array of wares, from tailors’ custom clothing to faux designer bags. The city also features contemporary buildings, such as the 600m-tall skyscraper Ping An International Finance Centre, and a number of amusement parks.

The population of Shenzen was 12.53 MILLION as of 2017.

The Community Committee (i.e. City Council) has issued a Public Notice.  THEY ARE CUTTING OFF THE WATER SUPPLY to anyone from Hubei Province, the epicenter of the Coronavirus outbreak, and to anyone who has traveled to or from Hubei Province.

They SAY they want those people GONE and without water, they will HAVE to leave.   

However, COVERT INTELLIGENCE SOURCES report the notice fails to disclose that the water supply is CONTAMINATED with Coronavirus! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 

Apparently, some of the rivers from which Shenzen gets its water supply, are rivers that Wuhan SEWAGE is dumped into.  

Here is the official notice:

 

The notice is reported to say "Notice from a Community Committee in Shenzhen To contain Coronavirus, we will cut off water supply of Hubei residents. Everyone from Hubei, has engaged people from Hubei, must register first after you come back to Shenzhen before your water supply can be resumed. 这叫温馨提示?"

Now think for a moment.  Given the way water distribution systems work, wouldn't they have to shut off ALL the water first?  How will they know who is a "Hubei Resident?"  How will they know who "visited Hubei or engaged someone from Hubei?"  

On its face, this seems an impossible task UNLESS they shut down ALL the water supplies.

Covert Intel coming out of China via former colleagues from my years working with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force are now telling me "This is being done because the water supply is contaminated with active Coronavirus."

One would think that a chlorine treated water supply would be safe.  Perhaps they do not use Chlorine over there?  Maybe they just ozone?  I don't know.

UPDATE 11:32 PM EST -- Just found out:

Chinese Water Treatment
Chinese law stipulates that each liter of water must contain at least 0.05 mg of chlorine - the lowest level worldwide.

In contrast, the US-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends at least 2mg - four times higher than the WHO’s minimum requirement.

 

Either way, YOU had better start making preparation to have EMERGENCY WATER stored to keep you alive for a couple months.

Here are some sources of water storage systems (Click HERE

 

 

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    Andrew Foote · 1 months ago
    Mathematical correction on the difference of the US chlorine requirements vs China. 2 mg vs .05 mg is 40 times not 4 times.
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    Paul Willer · 1 months ago
    东塘社区“湖北户籍来深人员”信息登记表

    尊敬的居民,您好。为了保障您和您家人的安全,如有在湖北停留或经湖北中转的业主及住户,请告知其填写此表,进行湖北来深人员信息登记。同时注意自我观察,既是对自己的负责也是对家人及亲朋好友的负责,疫情防控特殊时期需要你我共同努力!

    感谢您的配合!!

    东塘社区工作站联系电话:0755-27281169

    Translated:
    Dongtang Community "Hubei People Registered in Shenzhen" Information Registration Form

    Dear resident, hello. In order to protect the safety of you and your family, if there are owners and residents staying in Hubei or transiting through Hubei, please inform them to fill out this form and register the personnel from Hubei and Shenzhen. At the same time, pay attention to self-observation. You are responsible for yourself as well as your family, friends, and family. The epidemic prevention and control requires you and me to work together in special times!

    Thank you for your cooperation! !!

    Dongtang Community Work Station Tel: 0755-27281169
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    Seeing-Red131 · 1 months ago
    If you plan to use colloidal silver, please use caution. There are risks of long term use as well just like with anything. Argyria can be a serious condition as I have seen a few patients with this. Although if I had to choose between argyria and this virus, I’d choose argyria hands down.
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    Laura Lehning · 1 months ago
    Very Odd...Just went online to verify correct amount of chlorine to add to my storage water [which I am refreshing now]. Went to epa.gov website 'water guidance PDF' which linked to ready.gov for storage water information. Clicked on the link and got ACCESS DENIED. "YOU ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO ACCESS THIS PAGE" updated 2/4/20. I guess we 'useless eaters' don't need safe drinking water in an emergency.
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      D Gardina · 1 months ago
      I just went to the epa.gov website and had to do a little searching. I found this on the EPA Web Archive (under the highlighted bar across the top):

      https://www.epa.gov/ground-water-and-drinking-water/emergency-disinfection-drinking-water

      They moved it when they made changed to EPA.gov.
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      Anne1776 · 1 months ago
      Sometimes especially maybe in a rush time like now they reorg websites and pages go missing. I wasn't sure how to find the original link, but probably you could report it ?
      From google I found on epa and then this one specifically about storage:


      Emergency Water Storage: https://jvwcd.org/water/emergency
      If the water source is not chlorinated, household bleach (5% sodium hypochlorite) should be added.
      ...
      Add 1/4 teaspoon (16 drops) of bleach per gallon of water if the water is cloudy and 1/8 teaspoon (8 drops) if the water is clear.
      ...
      home filled stored water should be changed annually. Stored water will go flat but can be aerated prior to consumption by pouring it between two containers a few times.
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    Mel Perry · 1 months ago
    Did some research in getting my preps put together. This is true, the normal "stuff" often don't work.,,,,,Clorox and normal bleach. Has anyone checked on the effectiveness of ultraviolet light or electromagnetic radiation? Will bombarding a bowl of water for a minute in a microwave denature the virus?

    Also, for normal disinfectant, the common 70% alcohol is just marginally effective, but the 91% blend appears almost completely effective in disinfecting "stuff".
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      david b. · 1 months ago
      colloidal silver for shure works.
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    TSlinger · 1 months ago
    Dr Mercola has shared:
    Season of Fear and National Budgeting Go Hand in Hand
    Whatever the source, the hysteria being drummed up follows a now well-worn pattern where the population is kept in a perpetual state of anxiety and fear about microbes so that drug companies (aided by federal health officials) can come to the rescue with yet another expensive (and potentially mandatory) drug or vaccine.

    Back in 2005, headlines warned the U.S. was facing a cataclysmic extermination event with a calculated 2 million Americans succumbing to the bird flu; the best-case scenario had a calculated death toll of 200,000. The same scare tactics were used during the 2009 swine flu outbreak.

    Both pandemics turned out to be grossly exaggerated threats, but that didn't result in a more conservative, cool-headed approach to subsequent outbreaks. If anything, efforts to drum up fear and hysteria have only escalated.

    In 2014, we were told Ebola might overtake the U.S. and then it was pertussis outbreaks.23 In January 2015, it was measles in Disneyland. In January 2016, it was zika, followed by more news about pertussis outbreaks.24 In 2017 and 2018 it was influenza,25 then back to measles again in 2019.26 Now we have coronavirus.

    January and February appear to be a favorite time to launch a global disease scare with the dutiful assistance of corporatized media. It's convenient, seeing how usually by the first Monday in February every year (Feb. 3, 2020), the president sends the U.S. Congress the administration's budget requesting funds to be allocated to federal agencies for the next fiscal year's budget (Oct. 1, 2020 - Sept. 30, 2021).27

    Each time there's a public health scare, the Pharma and public health lobby is able to vie for a larger slice of taxpayer money to pay for drug and vaccine development.28

    January 23, 2020, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, announced a coronavirus vaccine is in the pipeline, with human trials set to start in about three months.29 Stock prices for makers of coronavirus vaccines experienced an immediate upswing30,31 in response to media reports of impending doom.


    More: https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/02/04/novel-coronavirus.aspx?cid_source=dnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1HL&cid=20200204Z1&et_cid=DM450922&et_rid=803986673
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    Pastor Allen · 1 months ago
    Can the water be boiled to cook out the virus or do you have to condense the steam from boiling
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      Grim · 1 months ago
      It's been reported that upon examination of this engineered bio-weapon, the virus has been deliberately designed to withstand high temperatures and can even survive in at least a partial vacuum. I haven't seen any actual specifics on temperatures and/or inches of vacuum, but it does make you wonder if boiling temperatures outside of an autoclave will be sufficient to kill it.
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      lee bamburg · 1 months ago
      I would think that it has to be condensed out of the steam..but virus's are VERY small so who knows.
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        Grim · 1 months ago
        Available information concerning the steam distillation of water states that it will generally kill *some* viruses. Now, the documents don't specify which ones exactly, so I believe I would err on the side of caution and say it won't work for this particular virus. Additionally, if you note that the document uses the word *kill* rather than *remove*, this implies that what is being referred to, is more about the boiling water eliminating it, rather than the distillation actually removing it. As I previously posted above, it's been stated that this new virus is resistant to non-specified *high temperatures*, so I wouldn't assume it would be killed that way.

        https://www.extension.purdue.edu/extmedia/WQ/WQ-12.html
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    Gifford Rodine · 1 months ago
    With governments lying to their citizens out of stupidity, ignorance or malintent, Hal's information is very valuable. Incredibly valuable. Some of the commenters are providing valuable thought patterns also. Thanks to all.
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      Gifford Rodine · 1 months ago
      In 30 days it may be you and your family are "On Their Own."
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        TSlinger · 1 months ago
        Call me cynical, but I'd rather be on my own than under government care- or anything government, any day, all day, a million x over.
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    Paul Jarrett · 1 months ago
    Shenzen is hundreds of miles away from Wuhan and not on the same river, the Yangtze. People who have fled from Wuhan have an ID card showing they are from Wuhan. In other areas they are reportedly not allowed to be treated in hospitals outside of Wuhan. Perhaps many got away without becoming infected and are outside the 14-day window.

    Another thought on the whole mess:
    Bioweapon proof is in this article which contains a link to the original article:
    https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-02-03-the-coronavirus-was-engineered-by-scientists-in-a-lab.html
    In that original referenced article the author concludes that the people in Wuhan and perhaps other areas in China were vaccinated against SARS which makes them susceptible to the weaponized coronavirus that escaped from the Wuhan viral lab. He says older people [mice in labs] are more susceptible to the pneumonia as well. Maybe this is a clue why people outside of China who are catching the virus so far aren't dying like in Wuhan; they weren't vaccinated against SARS. There is some comfort in that thought, and hopefully it is true.
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    ROMAN CICHOCKI · 1 months ago
    Could be the death knell for China. No reports on Chinas leader?
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    Keith Reindl · 1 months ago
    I used a QR scanner from Hal’s image of the notice, and it brings up the following website:

    https://uvidjx.fanqier.cn/f/qak64vpy

    I then used chrome to translate this site and it appears it is a local water utility asking for registration for anyone who has stayed in Hubei
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    Dale Power · 1 months ago
    Let's take the issued statement on face value for a moment.

    IF the plan is to drive the possibly infected away, then doing this, cutting off water, will simply force the infected to flee randomly. Spreading the virus. After all, going back to Wuhan/Hubei would be insane at this point, so most would try to move to other, more survivable, areas.

    In Wuhan it will soon be very, very difficult to get food, for instance, if it isn't' impossible already. In short, this plan, even if it is as stated and isn't a contamination of the water supply, which is possible, but not that likely, given the dilution ratios that would be needed for infection to occur, then we are merely looking at a stupid and short sighted policy, borne out of fear.

    Even without moving past what they are saying they plan to do, this directive is one that will likely further the spread of the disease.
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      lee bamburg · 1 months ago
      Well people who buy into the collectivist mentality have very little common sense to begin with..add to that the Chinese obsession with 'saving face' and you have the recipe for disaster on a biblical scale.
      It always seems to be about shifting the blame to someone else in that system regardless of the real consequences to the public at large.
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    Vladan Mrdja · 1 months ago
    Ups
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    Robert A · 1 months ago
    If dead bodies have been disposed of in the rivers that feed into Shenzhen then it’s safe to assume HELL YES the water supply has been compromised for all those that use these rivers...
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    Robert A · 1 months ago
    It shakes the mind just a tad to beside what Hal’s investigation has turned up as to what is contained in this virus to what else it may contain. Because if this virus can survive treatment albeit low dosage. Then not issue a boil water advisory because perhaps they can’t guarantee even that will kill all the virus. Then that’s It game over for China.....
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    jw williams · 1 months ago
    Water is the source of ALL life.
    Knowing that the most expensive water filter systems for consumers, like berkey, filters viruses, this is NOT a common virus. Its a bio weapon. In the event, the U.S. water is contaminated. i would NOT trust any filter. It may sound crazy, but I had a premonition that Chinas water supply would become toxic from this. Breathing this virus in is horrific. Drinking it internally into your intestines is APOCALYPTIC.
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      lee bamburg · 1 months ago
      Revelation 8:11
      The name of the star is called Wormwood; and a third of the waters became wormwood, and many men died from the waters, because they were made bitter.
      this is just a foreshadow of what is coming to the unbelieving world..