In the last five years, California, in conjunction with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, has flushed nearly a trillion gallons of State Water Project water into the ocean in support of a bait fish
called the Delta Smelt. So there’s not enough water for domestic use?
Since when and how did the mainstream media miss this one? They didn’t. They just refused to report it.
Just a little bit of censorship here and a little there, but none dare call it Newspeak which is the term taken from George Orwell’s 1984 which explains how the media and school textbooks secretly uses bias for the sake of those elite players at the national level, while clouding the political landscape, and promoting the use of politically correct
terms such as “Climate Change.” Compromised freedom of speech and the prevention of the flow of ideas is the endgame which is controlled by the Newspeak machine and the careful manipulation of the English language.
So in this process, a $45 billion agricultural industry in the Central Valley ends up being decimated, all the while the smelt take precedent over the people and our food production. So Californians must now ask themselves why is Governor Brown, the courts, the environmentalists, and the legislature on a mission to prevent all people and the farmers from having natural rights to their own water?
The statewide water system was designed with the peoples tax dollars to benefit domestic needs first while fish survival would still be provided for through a secondary measure with a system of dams to
where water would be released in measurable amounts for spawning. And in spite of what the news media reports, there is still enough water to go around unless a person wants to believe that it is still
important to allow nearly a trillion gallons of water to go to the ocean while food prices are soaring and foreclosures in the Central Valley are ongoing.
What else could one expect from a government which is run by a bunch judges and legislators who care more for the livelihood of fish and critters than the people.
Let’s not forget that the Central Valley water system was designed decades ago to withstand a 10 year drought. Then why was an estimated 400,000 farm acres taken out of production last year and how
many more acres will be taken out this year?
So where’s the bulk of the water ending up? It’s on its way either to Southern California for domestic use and swimming pools or ending up in the ocean while America’s richest farmland lies fallow boosting the prices of food nationwide. And this is a government for and by the people? I am afraid not. It is a government that does exactly what it wants to no matter how the people vote or what they think. Will saving rainwater falling into our rain gutters become the next illegal act signed by the governor?
The P.G.& E. is already requiring smart meters on all of the new wells that are going in. If persons are drawing too much water from their well will they be fined or will their well pumps just be turned off automatically via satellite? Control the water and the food of the world and you will control the people.