Saturday, August 30, 2003

The Night the Lights Went Out in . . . . .

Ken Livingstone, Mayor of London 2000-08 and L...Image via WikipediaTransmission line towers and high tension line...August 17, 2003 -- What began as a handful of commonplace, summertime "trips" brief transmission line shutdowns, usually due to ebbing voltage caused by anything from a bird hitting the lines to a power overload set off the biggest outage in U.S. history. Fifty million people lost power in eight states and parts of Canada.

In an uncannily similar event to the US blackouts, on August 28, 2010, London is hit shortly thereafter.  Mayor of London Ken Livingstone said at least 250,000 people were affected.  "We've never had this catastrophic failure before and we clearly can't have it again," he said. 

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Thursday, August 14, 2003

The Blackout of 2003

View of Toronto skyline from Toronto Harbour. ...Image via WikipediaA big blackout in the history of America and Canada has happened. It was on August 14, 2003. It took out several states, eight to be exact, in the Northeast and part of Canada in the Toronto and the whole Ontario area. It was planned that way. It was a test run by someone who controls the buttons so to speak. No doubt that Israel and the Zionist Jews were behind this big prank. The test run as affected Italy in Europe as well. The details are still sketchy. But whoever did it need to have their toys taken away and go to bed without dinner.
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