Doomsday Prepping: Americans Told to Give Up ‘Selfish’ Demand for Constant Electricity

Wind and solar ‘powered’ Californians and South Australians know what it is to have their power cut when the sun sets and/or calm weather sets in.

Mass blackouts and load shedding are part and parcel of our inevitable transition to an all wind and sun powered future. But now we are told, that none of this is a concern and, instead, what’s required is an ‘attitude readjustment program’. Under which we will thank our political betters for living in a brave new world, where power comes at the whims of mother nature; we’ll be glad to get it when it does and not the least bit miffed, when it doesn’t.

So, the idea of having reliable and affordable power as and when we need it is to become a mere blip in our present state of human consciousness. [Note to Ed: these characters might do a quick straw poll amongst patients on life support!]

Donn Dears takes us for another trip down the rabbit hole.

We Need Blackouts
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Donn Dears
16 October 2020

The Boston Review says:

“The average American household uses electric resources far beyond its needs.”

It goes on to say:

“Demand for electricity” may be the main problem.

And then the article says:

“People living in single family houses should go without electricity a few hours every day. Those of us fortunate enough to live in houses—can tolerate intermittency.”

According to the Boston Review, Americans are “addicted to electrical continuity.”

Here we have the media saying that Americans don’t need reliable electricity. Americans are spoiled, wanting to be able to flip the light switch while being certain the lights will come on.

The idea that Americans can tolerate blackouts is preposterous.

We are not a third world country like Zimbabwe … at least not yet.

The fact is, we are closer to being a third world country than most Americans realize.

From Boston Review website

Wind and solar are being forced onto the grid, while nuclear, coal and natural gas power plants are being deliberately forced from the grid.

What’s left is intermittent, unreliable wind and solar which will result in blackouts. Rolling blackouts can be scheduled, but if the wind stops abruptly, blackouts can come as a surprise.

If you are in an elevator in a 20-story building and a blackout occurs, you may spend several hours with others crammed into an elevator without lighting or air-conditioning.

Even if blackouts are scheduled, they will disrupt your routine. Dinner may be cold, or you may spend the evening using candles to bide your time until the lights come back on. Or maybe they won’t for a day or two?

But, according to Boston Review, you are spoiled if you believe you are entitled to reliable electricity.

This is how far down the Rabbit Hole the left has taken us.
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November 5, 2020 at 12:30AM

One thought on “Doomsday Prepping: Americans Told to Give Up ‘Selfish’ Demand for Constant Electricity”

  1. I’m certainly not surprised. And with the transition from ‘caring’ to ‘business as usual’ in the medical industry, you shouldn’t be surprised either.

    We are now living in a well-defined, 2-tier society–the haves and the have-nots. The haves will get whatever they want whenever they want it and we are expected to let them.

    Watch for it–they are going to get whatever they desire to eat and we will eat scraps. I hear bugs will be on the menu.

    Back in the days of the bubonic plague, most of the workers died. Lords and ladies were left to work their own fields and they didn’t like it.

    Our only choice is to build our own societies exempting them. Let them work for a living and wipe their own tushes and see how it feels for a change.

    We need to ostrasize them and throw them out. They have stolen our world from us. It’s time to get back to working for ourselves and shun their version of society.

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