The Temporary Collapse Of Texas Is Foreshadowing The Total Collapse Of The United States

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0E4BC579-A778-4893-9077-CBA40C7E1360.pngThe Temporary Collapse Of Texas Is Foreshadowing The Total Collapse Of The United States

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We are getting a very short preview of what will eventually happen to the United States as a whole. America’s infrastructure is aging and crumbling. Our power grids were never intended to support so many people, our water systems are a complete joke, and it has become utterly apparent that we would be completely lost if a major long-term national emergency ever struck. Texas has immense wealth and vast energy resources, but now it is being called a “failed state”. If it can’t even handle a few days of cold weather, what is the rest of America going to look like when things really start to get chaotic in this country?

At this point, it has become clear that the power grid in Texas is in far worse shape than anyone ever imagined. When extremely cold weather hit the state, demand for energy surged dramatically. At the same time, about half of the wind turbines that Texas relies upon froze, and the rest of the system simply could not handle the massive increase in demand.

Millions of Texans were without power for days, and hundreds of thousands are still without power as I write this article.

And now we are learning that Texas was literally just moments away from “a catastrophic failure” that could have resulted in blackouts “for months”

TEXAS’ POWER GRID WAS “SECONDS AND MINUTES” AWAY FROM A CATASTROPHIC FAILURE THAT COULD HAVE LEFT TEXANS IN THE DARK FOR MONTHS, OFFICIALS WITH THE ENTITY THAT OPERATES THE GRID SAID THURSDAY.
AS MILLIONS OF CUSTOMERS THROUGHOUT THE STATE BEGIN TO HAVE POWER RESTORED AFTER DAYS OF MASSIVE BLACKOUTS, OFFICIALS WITH THE ELECTRIC RELIABILITY COUNCIL OF TEXAS, OR ERCOT, WHICH OPERATES THE POWER GRID THAT COVERS MOST OF THE STATE, SAID TEXAS WAS DANGEROUSLY CLOSE TO A WORST-CASE SCENARIO: UNCONTROLLED BLACKOUTS ACROSS THE STATE.
I can’t even imagine how nightmarish things would have eventually gotten in Texas if there had actually been blackouts for months.

According to one expert, the state really was right on the verge of a “worst case scenario”

THE WORST CASE SCENARIO: DEMAND FOR POWER OUTSTRIPS THE SUPPLY OF POWER GENERATION AVAILABLE ON THE GRID, CAUSING EQUIPMENT TO CATCH FIRE, SUBSTATIONS TO BLOW AND POWER LINES TO GO DOWN.
IF THE GRID HAD GONE TOTALLY OFFLINE, THE PHYSICAL DAMAGE TO POWER INFRASTRUCTURE FROM OVERWHELMING THE GRID COULD HAVE TAKEN MONTHS TO REPAIR, SAID BERNADETTE JOHNSON, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF POWER AND RENEWABLES AT ENVERUS, AN OIL AND GAS SOFTWARE AND INFORMATION COMPANY HEADQUARTERED IN AUSTIN.
For years, I have been telling my readers that they have got to have a back up plan for power, because during a major emergency the grid can fail.

And when it fails, it can literally cost some people their lives. I was deeply saddened when I learned that one man in Texas actually froze to death sitting in his own recliner

AS TEXAS SUFFERED THROUGH DAYS OF POWER OUTAGES, A MAN REPORTEDLY FROZE TO DEATH IN HIS RECLINER WITH HIS WIFE CLINGING TO LIFE BESIDE HIM.
THE MAN WAS FOUND DEAD IN HIS ABILENE HOME ON WEDNESDAY AFTER BEING WITHOUT POWER FOR SEVERAL DAYS IN THE RECORD COLD.
Most Americans don’t realize that much of the rest of the world actually has much better power infrastructure than we do. Just check out these numbers

IN JAPAN, THE AVERAGE HOME SEES ONLY 4 MINUTES OF POWER OUTAGES PER YEAR. IN THE AMERICAN MIDWEST, THE FIGURE IS 92 MINUTES PER YEAR. IN THE NORTHEAST, IT’S 214 MINUTES; ALL THOSE FIGURES COVER ONLY REGULAR OUTAGES AND NOT THOSE CAUSED BY EXTREME WEATHER OR FIRES.
As our population has grown and our infrastructure has aged, performance has just gotten worse and worse. In fact, things ran much more smoothly all the way back in the mid-1980s

ACCORDING TO AN ANALYSIS BY CLIMATE CENTRAL, MAJOR OUTAGES (AFFECTING MORE THAN 50,000 HOMES OR BUSINESSES) GREW TEN TIMES MORE COMMON FROM THE MID-1980S TO 2012. FROM 2003 TO 2012, WEATHER-RELATED OUTAGES DOUBLED. IN A 2017 REPORT, THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS REPORTED THAT THERE WERE 3,571 TOTAL OUTAGES IN 2015, LASTING 49 MINUTES ON AVERAGE. THE U.S. ENERGY ADMINISTRATION REPORTS THAT IN 2016, THE AVERAGE UTILITY CUSTOMER HAD 1.3 POWER INTERRUPTIONS, AND THEIR TOTAL BLACKOUT TIME AVERAGED FOUR HOURS.
America is literally crumbling all around us, and it getting worse with each passing year.

Our water systems are another example.

In Texas, the cold weather literally caused thousands of pipes to burst. The damage caused by all of these ruined pipes is going to be in the billions of dollars.

Right now, we are being told that a total of 797 water systems in the state are currently reporting problems with “frozen or broken pipes”

SOME 13.5 MILLION PEOPLE ARE FACING WATER DISRUPTIONS WITH 797 WATER SYSTEMS THROUGHOUT THE STATE REPORTING ISSUES SUCH AS FROZEN OR BROKEN PIPES, ACCORDING TO TOBY BAKER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. ABOUT 725 SYSTEMS ARE UNDER A BOIL WATER ADVISORY, BAKER SAID DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE THURSDAY.
Overall, approximately 7 million residents of the state live in areas that have been ordered to boil water, and it could take months for service to fully return to normal.

Without water, none of us can survive for long, and it is absolutely imperative that you have a back up plan in case your local system goes down.

In Houston, people that are without water in their homes have been forced to line up to fill buckets at a public spigot

MEANWHILE, IN SCENES REMINISCENT OF A THIRD WORLD COUNTRY, HOUSTON RESIDENTS RESORTED TO FILLING UP BUCKETS OF WATER FROM A SPIGOT IN A LOCAL NEIGHBORHOOD.
ONE HOUSTON RESIDENT, WHOSE POWER HAS JUST GONE BACK ON THURSDAY AFTER THREE DAYS BUT STILL HAS NO WATER, TOLD DAILYMAIL.COM: ‘IT IS CRAZY THAT WE JUST WATCHED NASA LAND ON MARS BUT HERE IN HOUSTON MOST OF US STILL DON’T HAVE DRINKING WATER.’
You can watch video of this happening right here. Of course if your local water system completely fails, there won’t even be a public spigot available for you to get water.

Shortages of food and other essential supplies are also being reported in Texas.

For Philip Shelley and his young wife, the situation became quite desperate fairly rapidly

PHILIP SHELLEY, A RESIDENT OF FORT WORTH, TOLD CNN THAT HE, HIS WIFE AMBER AND 11-MONTH-OLD DAUGHTER, AVA, WERE STRUGGLING TO STAY WARM AND FED. AMBER IS PREGNANT AND DUE APRIL 4.
“(AVA) IS DOWN TO HALF A CAN OF FORMULA,” SHELLEY SAID. “STORES ARE OUT IF NOT EXTREMELY LOW ON FOOD. MOST OF OUR FOOD IN THE REFRIGERATOR IS SPOILED. FREEZER FOOD IS CLOSE TO THAWED BUT WE HAVE NO WAY TO HEAT IT UP.”
So what would they have done if the blackouts had lasted for months?

All over the state, extremely long lines have been forming at local supermarkets. In some cases, people have started waiting way before the stores actually open

JOE GIOVANNOLI, 29, ARRIVED AT A CENTRAL MARKET SUPERMARKET IN AUSTIN AT 8:30 A.M. THURSDAY, AN HOUR-AND-A-HALF BEFORE IT OPENED. MINUTES LATER, MORE THAN 200 PEOPLE HAD LINED UP BEHIND HIM IN THE BITING 26-DEGREE WEATHER.
GIOVANNOLI’S WIFE IS THREE MONTHS PREGNANT AND THE POWER IN THEIR ONE-BEDROOM AUSTIN APARTMENT BLINKED OUT TUESDAY NIGHT. AFTER A WATER PIPE BROKE, FIREFIGHTERS ALSO TURNED OFF THE BUILDING’S WATER, HE SAID. GIOVANNOLI SAID HE REALIZED HE STILL HAD IT BETTER THAN MANY OTHERS ACROSS TEXAS, BUT WORRIED HOW LONG THINGS WILL TAKE TO GET BACK TO NORMAL.
This is happening in communities across Texas, and you can see video of one of these “bread lines” right here.

Of course those that had gotten prepared in advance did not have to wait in such long lines because they already had food.

Sadly, even though Joe Giovannoli had gotten to the supermarket so early, he later received really bad news

A FEW MINUTES BEFORE THE STORE OPENED ITS DOORS, A MANAGER STEPPED OUTSIDE AND WARNED THOSE WAITING IN LINE THAT SUPPLIES INSIDE WERE LOW: NO PRODUCE, NO BAKED GOODS, NOT MUCH CANNED FOOD.
“WE HAVEN’T HAD A DELIVERY IN FOUR DAYS,” HE SAID.
Remember, this is just a temporary crisis in Texas that is only going to last for a few days.

So what would happen if a severe long-term national emergency disrupted food, water and power systems for months on end?

All it took to cause a short-term “collapse scenario” in the state of Texas was some cold weather.

Eventually, much worse things will happen to our nation, and it has become clear that we are not ready.

So get prepared while you still can, because time is running out.

 

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Lucky for us that the government has built Section 8 housing everywhere and stocked it with bacon-rich animals. Nothing smells as good as hot sizzling bacon when you're cold and hungry, and the police aren't coming because they can't charge their Teslas.
 

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Lucky for us that the government has built Section 8 housing everywhere and stocked it with bacon-rich animals. Nothing smells as good as hot sizzling bacon when you're cold and hungry, and the police aren't coming because they can't charge their Teslas.
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A lot of shitlibs are doing their usual snickering over this, about red state rubes getting what they voted for and all that. Yet none of them acknowledge that California's wildfires are "getting what they voted for" since they refuse to allow controlled burns and managed harvesting in the forests.

I know pointing out leftist hypocrisy is very basic bitch, but it's still obnoxious.
 

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This is what I have predicted will start the end times. According to Revelation, when the End Times begins, there will be an immense culling of the population, which is only reasonably likely to happen in a time like this, when so many people are dependent on a very unreliable system for their survival needs, and don't know how to survive on their own. When this system collapses in the West, millions upon millions will die. Africa will stop receiving foreign aid, and millions of Africans will die due to natural selection. If the systems in Asian countries collapse, then millions of Asians will die. Because the world economy is so interconnected, it's reasonably likely that it will.
 

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I think all this doomandgloomsplaining has to be toned down a tad.
The stuff happening in texas isnt even close to normal and is not an accurate representation of things that will happen nationally if stuff goes to shit.
Its basically just a natural disaster and should be looked at as such.
The rest of the country isnt going to fall apart from a snowstorm because we get them, multiple times a year sometimes.
 

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I think all this doomandgloomsplaining has to be toned down a tad.
The stuff happening in texas isnt even close to normal and is not an accurate representation of things that will happen nationally if stuff goes to shit.
Its basically just a natural disaster and should be looked at as such.
The rest of the country isnt going to fall apart from a snowstorm because we get them, multiple times a year sometimes.
It’s all grist for the mill. Not definitive answers, just discussion. I’ve seen a lot of power outages, some lasting over a month in winter, in NJ the past 15 years. A lot of family and neighbors wind up in hotels twice a year.
 

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They need to move out and form the Republic of Tex Virginia.
 

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I think all this doomandgloomsplaining has to be toned down a tad.
The stuff happening in texas isnt even close to normal and is not an accurate representation of things that will happen nationally if stuff goes to shit.
Its basically just a natural disaster and should be looked at as such.
The rest of the country isnt going to fall apart from a snowstorm because we get them, multiple times a year sometimes.
It's all about what the local infrastructure is oriented to and can handle. NY and NJ were paralyzed by Hurricane Sandy, a storm that would not have been especially noteworthy if it had made landfall in a southern state.

What all of this shows is that we have a systemic lack of resiliency and it's going to only get worse.
 

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Its basically just a natural disaster and should be looked at as such.
The rest of the country isnt going to fall apart from a snowstorm because we get them, multiple times a year sometimes.
I thought the same thing, but it doesn't mean that the elites aren't learning from what they've observed in Texas. Also, as it was pointed out many times before this was all avoidable because running out of energy in Texas is like starving to death in a grocery store (as Tucker put it).
 

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A lot of shitlibs are doing their usual snickering over this, about red state rubes getting what they voted for and all that. Yet none of them acknowledge that California's wildfires are "getting what they voted for" since they refuse to allow controlled burns and managed harvesting in the forests.

I know pointing out leftist hypocrisy is very basic bitch, but it's still obnoxious.
I think this problem was caused by feds. Biden signed a new executive order that messed up grid. Alex Jones talked about it & others
 

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View attachment 45174The Temporary Collapse Of Texas Is Foreshadowing The Total Collapse Of The United States

@Panzerhund @TimeBandit @Coltraine @Highlander @PotstickerSwatstika @Cathy @Auslander-Raus! @Vilis_Hāzners @Werwolf

We are getting a very short preview of what will eventually happen to the United States as a whole. America’s infrastructure is aging and crumbling. Our power grids were never intended to support so many people, our water systems are a complete joke, and it has become utterly apparent that we would be completely lost if a major long-term national emergency ever struck. Texas has immense wealth and vast energy resources, but now it is being called a “failed state”. If it can’t even handle a few days of cold weather, what is the rest of America going to look like when things really start to get chaotic in this country?

At this point, it has become clear that the power grid in Texas is in far worse shape than anyone ever imagined. When extremely cold weather hit the state, demand for energy surged dramatically. At the same time, about half of the wind turbines that Texas relies upon froze, and the rest of the system simply could not handle the massive increase in demand.

Millions of Texans were without power for days, and hundreds of thousands are still without power as I write this article.

And now we are learning that Texas was literally just moments away from “a catastrophic failure” that could have resulted in blackouts “for months”


I can’t even imagine how nightmarish things would have eventually gotten in Texas if there had actually been blackouts for months.

According to one expert, the state really was right on the verge of a “worst case scenario”


For years, I have been telling my readers that they have got to have a back up plan for power, because during a major emergency the grid can fail.

And when it fails, it can literally cost some people their lives. I was deeply saddened when I learned that one man in Texas actually froze to death sitting in his own recliner


Most Americans don’t realize that much of the rest of the world actually has much better power infrastructure than we do. Just check out these numbers


As our population has grown and our infrastructure has aged, performance has just gotten worse and worse. In fact, things ran much more smoothly all the way back in the mid-1980s


America is literally crumbling all around us, and it getting worse with each passing year.

Our water systems are another example.

In Texas, the cold weather literally caused thousands of pipes to burst. The damage caused by all of these ruined pipes is going to be in the billions of dollars.

Right now, we are being told that a total of 797 water systems in the state are currently reporting problems with “frozen or broken pipes”


Overall, approximately 7 million residents of the state live in areas that have been ordered to boil water, and it could take months for service to fully return to normal.

Without water, none of us can survive for long, and it is absolutely imperative that you have a back up plan in case your local system goes down.

In Houston, people that are without water in their homes have been forced to line up to fill buckets at a public spigot


You can watch video of this happening right here. Of course if your local water system completely fails, there won’t even be a public spigot available for you to get water.

Shortages of food and other essential supplies are also being reported in Texas.

For Philip Shelley and his young wife, the situation became quite desperate fairly rapidly


So what would they have done if the blackouts had lasted for months?

All over the state, extremely long lines have been forming at local supermarkets. In some cases, people have started waiting way before the stores actually open


This is happening in communities across Texas, and you can see video of one of these “bread lines” right here.

Of course those that had gotten prepared in advance did not have to wait in such long lines because they already had food.

Sadly, even though Joe Giovannoli had gotten to the supermarket so early, he later received really bad news


Remember, this is just a temporary crisis in Texas that is only going to last for a few days.

So what would happen if a severe long-term national emergency disrupted food, water and power systems for months on end?

All it took to cause a short-term “collapse scenario” in the state of Texas was some cold weather.

Eventually, much worse things will happen to our nation, and it has become clear that we are not ready.

So get prepared while you still can, because time is running out.

My buddies in Texas all have backup generators and wells for exactly this reason. They might only use them once every 10-20yrs but is sure comes in handy when everyone else is paying $15,000 this month for electricity 😉
 

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This is just idiotic fear porn.

You aren't seeing a collapse or anything like that. You are seeing Texas suffer cause they get this kind of weather every so often, maybe 10 or so years and they seem to not want to prepare for it. Instead of taking some precautions for something that may or may not happen. It happened and now they have to weather it. They don't have any choice.

Up here in the northern states we do things differently cause we are used to dealing with the cold, we know what effect it has on water pipes. In my state they have to bury pipes an x number of feet underground to try and keep them from freezing. In Texas their water pipes are more shallow, meaning they aren't as far under ground. Now they could have buried them farther under ground. But they didn't. Why should they? It never gets cold in Texas.....oh wait.

Basically they aren't used to this kind of weather. Ever see the episode of King of The Hill where it snows and they only got like an inch or two on the roads and no one can seem to drive on them? I heard they don't have plows, salt trucks/brine trucks or anything like that down there. That all takes money to keep it up and running. You have to buy salt, keep the salt some place, pay people to drive trucks to dispense the salt or brine (brine is what they use now). My state hasn't used a salt truck in over a decade. Now they just drive down the road and spray that brine shit on them.

Those people down there don't know how to deal with the snow and weather like this. As much as conservatives like to talk about prepping you would think Texas would take some precautions. I guess they don't want to spend the money or have to raise taxes for it or whatever.

It's a gamble. They chose to bet all their money on never seeing weather like this. They lost.
 

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I think this problem was caused by feds. Biden signed a new executive order that messed up grid. Alex Jones talked about it & others
No, the Feds didn't cause this and no EO from Biden messed with any grid or whatever conspiritard nonsense Rabbi Alexstein Jonesberg was spouting. Texas is just paying the price for choosing not to prepare for something that may or may not happen. They decided to go with it won't happen. They basically fucked themselves. So instead of paying a little extra state tax or whatever they have to weather through this shit without the proper equipment or beg other states to help.

It's just the way it is. They decide to act like this kind of thing will never happen.
 

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This is just idiotic fear porn.

You aren't seeing a collapse or anything like that. You are seeing Texas suffer cause they get this kind of weather every so often, maybe 10 or so years and they seem to not want to prepare for it. Instead of taking some precautions for something that may or may not happen. It happened and now they have to weather it. They don't have any choice.

Up here in the northern states we do things differently cause we are used to dealing with the cold, we know what effect it has on water pipes. In my state they have to bury pipes an x number of feet underground to try and keep them from freezing. In Texas their water pipes are more shallow, meaning they aren't as far under ground. Now they could have buried them farther under ground. But they didn't. Why should they? It never gets cold in Texas.....oh wait.

Basically they aren't used to this kind of weather. Ever see the episode of King of The Hill where it snows and they only got like an inch or two on the roads and no one can seem to drive on them? I heard they don't have plows, salt trucks/brine trucks or anything like that down there. That all takes money to keep it up and running. You have to buy salt, keep the salt some place, pay people to drive trucks to dispense the salt or brine (brine is what they use now). My state hasn't used a salt truck in over a decade. Now they just drive down the road and spray that brine shit on them.

Those people down there don't know how to deal with the snow and weather like this. As much as conservatives like to talk about prepping you would think Texas would take some precautions. I guess they don't want to spend the money or have to raise taxes for it or whatever.

It's a gamble. They chose to bet all their money on never seeing weather like this. They lost.
They do have sand and salt that gets used, especially on overpasses. I didn't hear much about it this time, I think because the expected amount of snow and cold and duration would have made these half measures ineffective. We were told to stay off the roads and having tangled with these things in the past I didn't need much encouragement to comply.
The houses here have improved wrt cold resistant plumbing, but much more could be done. I thought about, and subsequently heard that it is done in other places, that indoor shut offs to the outside spigots could be put into new construction. Then the spigots could be drained and there would be no need to drip them.
 

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No, the Feds didn't cause this and no EO from Biden messed with any grid or whatever conspiritard nonsense Rabbi Alexstein Jonesberg was spouting. Texas is just paying the price for choosing not to prepare for something that may or may not happen. They decided to go with it won't happen. They basically fucked themselves. So instead of paying a little extra state tax or whatever they have to weather through this shit without the proper equipment or beg other states to help.

It's just the way it is. They decide to act like this kind of thing will never happen.
I take everything he says with a grain of salt. But not everything he says is bull shit. The reason why was they couldn’t get power without paying 10000% the normal rate. they didn’t prepare either.
The main thing he talked about was 20 coal plants being decommissioned since 2011 while Texas became the number one wind power producing state in the country.
Coal is the best form of power to this day. Nothing is better than coal & we have shit loads of it. It’s clean too with carbon scrubbers
 
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I take everything he says with a grain of salt. But not everything he says is bull shit. The reason why was they couldn’t get power without paying 10000% the normal rate. they didn’t prepare either.
The main thing he talked about was 20 coal plants being decommissioned since 2011 while Texas became the number one wind power producing state in the country.
Coal is the best form of power to this day. Nothing is better than coal & we have shit loads of it. It’s clean too with carbon scrubbers
I think there are next gen nuclear that could have been or have been developed that would be better than coal but deploying them wouldn't advance their destructive agenda.
 

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I think there are next gen nuclear that could have been or have been developed that would be better than coal but deploying them wouldn't advance their destructive agenda.
Yes I do agree that nuclear is the best but it’s controversial. We can’t have cheap or almost free energy. We all need to be slaves, that’s what the elite want of course
 

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No no nooo, none of those people should be prepping. Remember, preppers are weirdos and the government will always take care of you! Only right wing bigots prepare for potential disasters! And it’ll cut into your soy latte budget, can’t have that!

When normies get into things they made fun of just a few short years ago, it fills me with the most furious rage imaginable. Like when this whole coronavirus crap started and I couldn’t find seeds for the garden, or expand my poultry flock because idiots thought all of a sudden they’d become backyard farmers. Stay in your lane, normies, and drop dead.
 
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