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FEARS OF ONE MILLION DEAD THIS WEEK

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The ongoing failure of Venezuela's Electrical Grid has already caused over 1,000 deaths, with experts projecting ONE MILLION DEAD in the next 7 days.

When electricity failed from the main Hydroelectric Plant in Venezuela, it set in-motion what appears to be a Cascade Failure of the country's entire electrical grid. 

As power companies tried to restore power, major electrical sub-stations began blowing up because of the surging demand and improper design/maintenance. 

As of last night, THREE massive electrical sub-stations from Venezuela's three Hydro-electric Dams have all exploded and burned. 

About 96% of the country has no electric . . . for the THIRD DAY.

Without electric:

  • Gas stations could not pump fuel for vehicles.
  • Stores had no cash registers or Credit/Debit card machines - No sales.
  • Banks and ATM's were shut down - no cash
  • Foods requiring refrigeration began to thaw and rot in supermarkets and home refrigerators
  • Water companies could not pump drinking water - leaving millions with no water and no way to flush toilets
  • Telephone and Internet companies could not provide service; cutting-off communications
  • Hospitals could not treat sick or injured people
  • Infants needing Neonatal incubators began dying (74 80  so far that we know of)
  • Patients needing Kidney Dialysis began dying
  • Patients who needed respirators to breathe, died when the machines went off (300 so far)
  • Diabetics who need insulin watched the insulin go bad from lack of refrigeration - those deaths are pending
  • Those with other illnesses or injuries could not be operated on - (297 dead so far)

Morgues are filled to capacity with ROTTING CORPSES and the smell is so foul, people living nearby are moving away.

At least 80 newborn infant patients have died in the emergency of the University Hospital of Maracaibo, Zulia, from the national blackout on Thursday, March 7 until the early hours of Sunday, June 10. That's just ONE hospital.

As of Sunday afternoon, numerous people in Caracas were seen drinking water from SEWAGE CANALS! ! ! ! 

Their consumption of this untreated and foul water WILL result in stomach cramps and Diarrhea within 24-48 hours.  Vomiting and fever  by 36 hours, Dysentery and dehydration within 48 hours, Coma then death within 72-96 hours.

Outbreaks of Cholera and Typhus can be expected by the end of this coming week.

Experts say the death toll will rise exponentially as all these issues skyrocket at once.  

Early Sunday, protests against the government turned violent and "Collectivos" (Armed supporters of Socialist President Nicolas Maduro) allegedly began shooting anyone opposed to the Socialist "Revolution."  Hundreds are reported shot.

Also Sunday, RIOTS broke out as hungry, thirsty people fought each other for what little food and water was to be had.

Human beings can last for weeks without food, but only three days without water.  Today ends day 3. 

The number of deaths from dehydration are expected to rise by "orders of magnitude" this week.

As the number of people becoming sick from drinking fouled water increases, deaths of those people will happen in such numbers as to stagger the mind.

As protest violence and rioting grow, casualties who would normally survive the relatively minor injuries from such things, will succumb due to lack of medical care.

According to experts, Venezuela could see ONE MILLION DEAD . . . by 7 days from now if electric is not restored and fresh water returned to flowing.

COMMENTARY

No one in Venezuela ever thought things could get like this -- or get like this SO FAST.  Three days!

Few if any were prepared in any meaningful way.   

YOU are just like them.  Are YOU prepared?

If our national electric grid was to go down, via Cascade Failure or act of sabotage, do YOU have any way to generate electric to keep your refrigerator running or some lights on in YOUR house?

If the public water supply lost power and your water faucets were dry, how much emergency water do YOU have?   ( You need 1 gal. per person, per day, to survive)

If gas stations couldn't pump fuel and trucks couldn't carry any freight for lack of fuel, how much Emergency food do YOU have?  Can you last a week?  Two?  A month?

Here is a list of suggested "preps" to have on-hand for yourself and your family.  Get what you can, save-up for the rest.  Because like the people in Venezuela, YOU are just one catastrophe way from dehydration,  hunger, disease, and death. 

 

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    Gifford Rodine · 11 days ago
    Your list of the sequence of events that happen without electricity is very important. Folks better heed it.
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    Carl Goldsworthy · 12 days ago
    The USA was not content to shout "Fire !" in a country.
    It first bought gallons of petrol and handed them out to start fires.
    I worked nearly 40 years for a USA multinational - it is sad to see it sunk so low.
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    Charles g Hawley · 12 days ago
    Just paraphrasing this but I heard a saying if God let's the USA gets a pass on all its sins he would have to apologize to Sodom and Gommorah.
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    Al · 12 days ago
    Criminal! What you sew, that shall you also reap.
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    Reginald Fischer · 12 days ago
    The blood of these Venezuelans is on the hands of the US government who almost certainly was involved in the sabotage of the power grid, and on the hands of those citizens who supported and cheered on this regime change operation. You know who you are.
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      Really · 12 days ago
      Glad you cleared that up. All this time I was thinking it was the fault of a socialist government that wasted their oil wealth by the nationalization of every money making endeavor in the country and enriching the pockets of the select party members at the behest of the common citizenry. Dictators always are smarter than the engineers and investors when it comes to reliability and profitability of the energy sector. But, since your 'certain' it was the USA that caused this, I trust your rock solid response. Thanks for your unerring insight.
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        Reginald Fischer · 12 days ago
        So you believed the "Maduro is an evil socialist dictator" line being peddled by the Trump administration and the corporate media? It's a false story line designed to manipulate the public into supporting another regime change in the name of US imperialism - so we can steal Venezuela's oil and gold.

        There are plenty of outlets reporting the truth about Venezuela: Abby Martin's Empire Files, The Jimmy Dore Show, Florida Maquis, Israeli News Live.
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          richard pryor · 11 days ago
          Why does your English syntax mimic the same style used by Chinese CCP types? Are you a Chinese Communist scared you will lose out looting this country if Maduro gets pushed out?
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            Reginald Fischer · 10 days ago
            Oh nooo, I not a chinaman! ha ha ha haaha

            Venezuela isn't anybody's country to "loot," whether the US or China/Russia.
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          Paul Lambert · 11 days ago
          Are you suggesting that Venezuela has not become a socialist country?
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            Reginald Fischer · 10 days ago
            It's not our business what kind of government Venezuela has. The US government only cares because Venezuela has the world's largest proven oil reserves, and third largest gold reserves.
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              Paul Lambert · 10 days ago
              That wasn't my question, Reginald. You don't have to answer, of course, but if you choose to do so, a simple yes or no would have sufficed. You could elaborate on your answer too, but the above was off-topic in the immediate sense.
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          Really · 12 days ago
          I quote Pontius Pilate: "What is truth?"
          Unless you have direct knowledge you can be misled. There are no good guys. Everyone has an agenda. Just because someone agrees with you doesn't mean that you both are right.
          All I know is that I feel bad for the people of Venezuela.
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    Grim · 12 days ago
    This is a preview of what's to come to the US very soon. The Democrats are working very hard to make sure of it.
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    jack marsicano · 12 days ago
    wake up folks, we are next.
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      Reginald Fischer · 12 days ago
      Yes we are. He who lives by the sword, dies by the sword.
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        richard pryor · 11 days ago
        Does that go for Chinese Communist threats against Taiwan, Japan, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam? Tell us how superior the chinese communist model really is.