Thought I would add to the normal open subject forum to discuss the current drought and it’s possible effects on the population of those States being affected. Looking at the US drought situation there are about 55 million people effected by the current conditions. Looking at the picture below, it shows the severity of the situation.
AS you can see, California is in some dire straights, with Nevada not far behind. Water is essential to human life in so many ways, the future may lead to some very unwanted actions by the residents effected. For the sake of this article, let’s assume that this drought continues to worsen at it’s present pace. The darker colored areas will grow and the number of people affected will grow with it. I have read that the Colorado River is no longer is no longer flowing to it’s final destination. Lake Meade is at it’s lowest level since being filled. If there isn’t enough water to maintain the population, what will happen?
I’ll venture to say that some people will pack up and move on their own. Between the politics and the drought, enough is enough. This will be an insignificant number, so the real problem will grow. Let’s assume that 38 million people will find themselves with NO WATER at all this date next year. It would be next to impossible to truck in fresh water and that high speed train Moonbeam wanted so bad won’t haul any. Now, it’s has gotten to the point of a State of Emergency. When the State leaders ask for help from the Fed’s, this is where I begin to cringe. Why you ask? Because of all of the Executive Orders that are current and written to deal with such emergencies. I won’t include them here, as they are numerous, but, they give so much power to the Fed’s the people will not have any choice’s in the matter.
I’ll add some of those EO’s in the remark’s section, but they will effectively give the Fed’s the power to forcibly relocate the population and CLOSE the effected areas to all people. This is not any conspiracy theory that I have read, although the Jade Helm 15 map includes all the States involved. This could lead to a humanitarian effort larger than any operation ever undertaken. While I would certainly be against any forced type of movement, it would take the combined efforts of the military and many alphabet agencies to pull this off. It may also be why UN vehicles are being seen all over the Southwest. To conclude, this drought could become a serious emergency if it continues. Let’s pray for rain that could positively affect the situation.