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The Various Storms on the Horizon, Part 1

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As I look for content for my “offerings,” I may start on one subject and find that my mind wants to focus on something else. As I let a few days pass between composing, “things” started happening (climate-wise) that reinforced my train of thought. It is with this in mind that I decided to simply run this as a two-part story. I have a lot to say, but I will be keeping the editor’s job in mind as well. I was trudging through the internet and came across Mr. Steve Bannon’s “War Room” blog site. He had Sam Faddis as his guest, and they were talking about how the Chinese seem to be pulling us into a war, and as most new conflicts bring new tactics and strategies, this would be different from anything we have faced in the past. It would involve attacks from within (by way of the voluminous hordes of Chinese men of fighting age) that have been allowed into our country.

One of our weakest points (at present) is our power transmission infrastructure. As Mr. Faddis put it, “It would be like a Volt Tornado.” The “killing” of our power systems would (and will) cause not only mass chaos but would bring on the deaths of countless millions of people (mostly the medically needy, dependent on vital drugs and dietary supplies). Without power, is to say, without refrigeration, transportation, communication, (and the list goes on). With this current administration (and “SOFT COUP”) in place, we are more vulnerable now than we have been in probably over one hundred years! Mr. Faddis also mentions that he has NO DOUBT IN HIS MIND that the Chinese are planning a cyber-attack that will shut down ALL of our critical (and strategic) operations. He likens this time in our history to when the U.S. Navy detected a “Jap” mini-sub off of the coast of Pearl Harbor (in Hawaii). The Defense Dept. told the other “Gov`t officials” that that sub could not have been there without a larger support vessel (to get it close to us).

Mr. Bannon also remarked that Leon Panetta (just before leaving the Clinton administration office) stated that an attack of this nature (being cyber) would most likely be the thing that launches a war between the U.S.A. and China. Mr. Faddis also mentioned that the mass amounts of Chinese men (of fighting age) crossing our borders is an INTENTIONAL and STRATEGIC move by China! When we lose our power, our banks will close, and very soon after that, our food stores will be ransacked. Simple (yet needed) things that we take for granted (like clean water in our pipes and sewer services) will also be shut down.

I mention this not as someone who is merely guessing at what could happen. I lived out of the cab of a fuel transporter truck (for weeks at a time) during many years of hurricane re-supply and repair deployments. I can give some examples right here. I took on a load of mixed fuel (gas and diesel in differing compartments), and before pulling out of the port of Tampa, was pulled over by a group of Florida Highway Patrol. They told me that they would run three of us fuel transporters together up the interstate system and that we were going to run as fast as the slowest truck could go! This was to ensure that the critical fuel would make it to the destinations without being hijacked! (God’s honest truth, that happened!) During our involvement in the supply mission to Houston, Texas, I ran with four other truck transports, and before leaving Tampa, made sure that all of our rigs had Citizen Band (CB) radios. I also showed the other drivers the big trucker’s road atlas (that I ALWAYS carried) on FEMA deployments. Some of the other drivers joked about me using “Old School” technology, but once we got up into Texas, and in the middle of the night, there was no cell tower service, and everything was under two to six feet of water for miles. Our CB radios and that road map saved our bacon!

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Steve Goodwin is a recently retired Christian conservative veteran (of the U.S. Army 82nd Airborne Division), who still feels that “duty to country” did not end when the military uniform got hung up. He and his wife Cecelia live on the edge of a beautifully wooded tract of land just south of the bypass, and are involved in not only church activities, but also attend school board meetings and local community action events as well.

Steven Goodwin
Steven Goodwin
Steve Goodwin is a recently retired Christian conservative veteran (of the U.S. Army 82nd Airborne Division), who still feels that "duty to country" did not end when the military uniform got hung up. He and his wife Cecelia live on the edge of a beautifully wooded tract of land just south of the bypass, and are involved in not only church activities, but also attend school board meetings and local community action events as well.
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