What would we do if the power went out? How many things are dependent upon power in the average American city? Would we quickly find ourselves in an “Escape from New York” like world where it is every man for himself or would the powers-that-be be able to restore power and maintain control?
In case you haven’t heard about it, the government is planning a large scale disaster drill involving Canada, Mexico and other interested parties. The name of the drill is Grid ExII and it is a simulated attack against the power grid, resulting in no power to areas involved. They are basically war gaming what will happen if the power grid is hit, such as by an EMP (Electro magnetic pulse).
A smaller scale test was ran involving only 75 participating businesses. This particular exercise involves 150 or more participating businesses. It is also going to simulate both physical and cyber attacks against the power grid. Unlike many drills, Grid ExII is going to involve parties outside the United States, making it a curious undertaking.
In the past we have seen planned drills turn into live events, following the planned test to the letter. For instance, there was a drill on 9/11 simulating the exact type of event that was actually occurring. This created confusion and delayed any real response as responders and tower control people thought they were hearing about a drill, not a real event.u can
You can read some of the governmental plans for this drill by following this link.
Is Grid ExII a false flag in the making? There are plenty of people thinking that it might be or at least a dry run for a real future event. What do you think about this large-scale diaster drill?