GridEX 2: How do you simulate physical attacks during emergency drills?

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Updated: October 31, 2013
GridEx 2

“GridEX 2”: Meanwhile, what we are seeing is government administration by dress rehearsal.

Some people call them false flag operations.

Judi McLeod, Canada Free Press

If the National Spy Agency (NSA), which spies on all—citizenry and foreign nations alike—and therefore knows all, then why is it necessary for the emergency drill planned to take place across North America on November 13-14 “to test the resiliency of the U.S. power grid to withstand major damage caused by a natural disaster or deliberate attack?”

“GridEx 2” is coming soon to a town near you.

“That is why thousands of utility workers, business executives, National Guard officers, F.B.I. antiterrorism experts and officials from government agencies in the United States, Canada and Mexico are preparing for an emergency drill in November that will simulate physical attacks and cyberattacks that could take down large sections of the power grid.” (New York Times, Aug. 16, 2013)

According to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowdon, “no telephone in America makes call without leaving record with NSA.”

Ditto for emails.

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