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remembering in the 1960's the transition from peaceful demonstrations to riots in the streets and guerrilla violence against authorities was from a sense of desperation. che was an icon in poster and t-shirt, viva che! not for his political ideals but for his knowledge and application of guerrilla warfare. the slogan "pick up the gun!" was prevalent and we had armed conflict here in amurika. the weathermen, students for a democratic society (sds), black panthers, sibianese liberation army (sla), youth international party (yippies), and a host of others promoted and engaged in armed conflict against authorities, both corporate and government. anyone remember the banned book "anarchist cookbook?"   

     here is the best analogy i've heard regarding black lives matter as opposed to all lives matter. instead of life lets exchange it for house. so the statement to a fireman that "all houses matter" is a true statement. so to state " black houses matter" would appear selective and biased, leading us to add "all houses matter" thereby declaring our disregard for the biased statement. yet if those black houses are on fire then the urgency of the matter is raised in favor of saving those black houses that are burning. those in burning houses and communities where houses are burning by the block while a conflagration arises will become desperate and act according to their fears and desperation.

as for a police state arising in amurika because of a race war, i would propose that this war will be manufactured and manipulated by tptb to unfold, to allow martial law to be welcomed by the sheeple bystanders who wish the clamor and violence to squelch. those of the left, mix of whites and minorities , who view our govt. as a wicked corporate / military fascist entity will be manifest and imprisoned and silenced because of their manifest actions. as for the right wing, patriotic nationalistic militias (predominately white) who arise in violent opposition to the armed protest to the left, they also are manifest  and thereby imprisoned & silenced by tptb. tptb have a global view and are fascist! they will not tolerate opposition. the militias are mostly constitutionalists and tptb fear them and before global rule can be won the opposing militias must be seen, and they are noted by their willingness to act by their violent actions. this manipulation of the masses allows tptb to dispose of the 2 largest amurikan threats to their plan of global dominion. once they have silenced and/or imprisoned all those willing to act. all tptb have left to contend with are those who were unwilling to act and they will be the chattel , whispering " give us comfort...".

as charles manson  (appears to have been a visionary) plainly told us, the race wars of "helter skelter" will be manufactured by tptb....

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Police Are Raiding Standing Rock Camps

Feb. 1, 2017    Derrick Broze

"Cannonball, North Dakota – On Wednesday afternoon police with the Morton County Sheriff’s office and surrounding counties entered the north entrance of the Oceti Sakowin camp, north of the Cannonball River. The Oceti camp, along with the Sacred Stone Camp, have been one of several sites of resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline since last summer.

Early Wednesday afternoon, the Sacred Stone Camp posted the following status and video:

“Militarized Police are massed at the entrance of the Big Camp on 1806 with humvees, armored vehicles, and lots of personnel.

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The Oceti Sakowin Camp also posted live video confirming the presence of law enforcement.

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In yet another video posted to Facebook, heavily militarized police dressed in riot gear can be seen standing together. There are also multiple reports of the return of the LRAD sound cannon."

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http://www.activistpost.com/2017/02/police-raiding-standing-rock-camps.html

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I do believe the desperation felt in the 60's is still prevalent even in modern, westernized, democratic societies (and other euphemisms as well).Only, the civil and public societies of the past have moved to fb and other socalled social networks, inherently disenfranchising the desperate proletariat but leaving them the right to post their grievances online.

But potesters seem to make their voices heard better when they move away from social media (SoMe), and gather as a social medium (SoWe). At least that is where the powers react in brute force.Not so with a website you can just IP-ban.

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Engineers begin inspections at damaged Oroville Dam

Midway down the Lake Oroville Dam spillway there appears to be trouble. Along with the water, chunks of concrete can be seen flying around the 18-second mark. State engineers were expected to conduct their first inspections Wednesday morning of the damaged spillway at Oroville Dam, about 24 hours after a 250-foot-long pothole was discovered in the massive structure, forcing a halt in water releases.

State engineers may spill some water from Oroville Dam’s damaged spillway Wednesday afternoon to test how much water can rush past the massive hole that formed in the concrete structure.

“They’re going to start spilling the water to see what happens,” said Doug Carlson, a spokesman for the Department of Water Resources, which operates the dam.

Engineers conducted their first inspections Wednesday morning of the damaged spillway, about 24 hours after a 250-foot-long pothole was discovered in the massive structure, forcing a halt in water releases.

http://www.sacbee.com/news/state/california/water-and-drought/article131348349.html

http://pixel-ca-dwr.photoshelter.com/galleries/C0000OxvlgXg3yfg/G00003YCcmDTx48Y/Oroville-Spillway-Damage
 

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Brazil Under WROL, Martial Law.."The Purge" In Action...And No Media Coverage CONUS..

Posted By: Watchman
Date: Wednesday, 8-Feb-2017 23:54:43

 

The “EBT Card Stops Working” event happened in on Brazilian state a couple days ago. That event was the Police went on strike and stopped patrolling.

Anarchy quickly descended, with 57 murders in one day, bodies left lying on the street, stores looted, and large public buses arsoned. Oh, yeah, because it’s Brazil and mama’s got to shake her ass, there was also an impromptu samba party by the strikers.

All of which caused on blogger to compare it to the bad B-movie “The Purge”, a description which has gone viral.

Or, at least as viral as the MSM will allow it to. Over here in the USA our entire MSM has boycotted this event. After all, it might somehow support the Trump contention that not every mulatto and mestizo wandering across our southern border is, how to put this nicely, civilized?!?

Daily Mail is the largest paper covering it, and as usual they have lots of pics to back up the story:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4198826/Brazilian-city-s-murder-rate-650-police-strike.html

I believe the first outfit to publish it was this blog, and I think they attached the “Purge” tag to the event.

http://www.politicaloutsource.com/2017/02/police-go-on-strike-in-brazil-cities.html

The Purge is coming to America. Whether it’s EBT card failure, police strike, or Team Soros giving the “Go, Go, Go” command, pretty much we know this is our future.

You don’t have enough trained, armed, provisioned friends with hard hearts.

Best to work on that.

Tempus fugit.

http://www.theorganicprepper.ca/without-rule-of-law-the-real-life-purge-in-brazil-02082017

Source http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=68542

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California races to rescue fish caught in muddy waters beneath fractured Oroville Dam spillway

 

So much sediment and debris are washing into the Feather River from the fractured spillway at Oroville Dam that workers on Thursday were frantically racing to transport by truck 4 million baby salmon from a downstream hatchery before they die in the thick, muddy waters.

“They have turbidity in the river like they’ve never seen before,” said Harry Morse, a spokesman for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Turbidity is a technical term that refers to how cloudy the water is. Morse said the hatchery has no method of filtering water as brown as it was Thursday.

At a noon briefing, state officials said that despite the muddy flows, they plan to release as much water as they can, as long as they can, from the damaged spillway in an effort to keep Lake Oroville from filling to the brim.

After two test runs, the Department of Water Resources began releasing water at a continuous flow over the spillway shortly before 11 a.m. Thursday. Water, along with chunks of mud, gushed down the reinforced concrete chute at 35,000 cubic feet per second, with some of it spilling out of the concrete channel and onto an adjacent hillside. Along with water being released through the dam’s power plant, the reservoir was putting out about 48,000 cfs.

While that’s only about half as much water as is flowing into the reservoir, department officials said they believe they can keep Lake Oroville from rising to the lip of the dam. If that happened, officials would be forced to release water from the dam’s emergency spillway – something they are anxiously trying to avoid.


Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/state/california/water-and-drought/article131743014.html#storylink=cpy

http://www.krcrtv.com/news/local/butte/crews-busy-solving-gaping-hole-in-oroville-dam-spillway/321854285


 

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Will there be an apocalyptic dam breakage at Lake #Oroville this weekend as an emergency spillway is used for the first time ever?

Posted By: NaturalWisdom
Date: Friday, 10-Feb-2017 13:29:52

 

Oroville Dam emergency spillway may be used for first time ever
Jason Green
San Jose Mercury News
Feb 9, 2017
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Photo credit: California Department of Water Resources

OROVILLE — Water could pour over an emergency spillway at Lake Oroville for the first time ever Saturday if the California Department of Water Resources does not ramp up discharges through the rapidly eroding main spillway, officials said Thursday.

A cavity opened in the main spillway Tuesday as 55,000 cubic feet per second of water coursed down it into the Feather River. Flows were halted so that engineers could assess the damage and determine how much the spillway could handle going forward...

And here's commentary about the Oroville situation that was posted on George Ure's Urban Survival website this morning.

Dinnertime TV? Oroville Dam Failure Looms
Posted on February 10, 2017
Click here

Phone rang at 6:37 AM. My consigliere was on the horn. He got up early to run the numbers:

“Latest rate-of-rise calculations I’ve run for the Oroville dam is that it is likely pass capacity before dinnertime tonight in California. 12 to 14 hours from now. Looks like the emergency spillway will be eaten-back, too…because the downhill slope is not covered with anything. Just bare soil, so when the emergency spillway fails, it will eat down to bedrock and work back toward the lake.”

“Flip over to the San Jose Mercury News and look at the water being dumped.”

Whew! Breathtaking.

The second picture shows the downhill side of the emergency spillway.

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/02/09/oroville-emergency-spillway-may-be-used-for-first-time-in-dams-history/

Source http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=68651

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As bad as the damage is to the spillway, it's probably important to emphasize that the damage is not to the dam itself. The dam has not been damaged and is not in danger of being damaged. It is the concrete spillway that is damaged, though they still have been able to release water from the lake using that pathway before resorting to releasing water through the non-concrete, land-based emergency spillway (essentially, the hillside), which is definitely not ideal and would probably increase the risk of flooding to the areas below because the amount of water flowing into the river below would breach its banks. 

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Oroville Spillway Failure 9 Feb 2017 

 

I found this guy explained it pretty good,  They have lots of snow in the Sierras, is it now raining, and melting that huge snow pack, which  will also go into Oroville Dam? Hoping for the best for all anywhere near it.

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as for oroville dam...spillway and emergency spillway are designed for the purpose of not allowing the dam itself to be crested. water spilling over the dam could seriously damage it. thats why the spillway and emergency spillway are essential for the safety and integrity of the dam. if they fail and water begins cresting the dam there will be potential calamity below...we are getting a few days break in the rain but another front coming, pineapple express, warm wind and rain to add to the snow melt, runoff into the lake...it was growing 6 inches a day , maybe less now but it will pick back up in a few days ...definitely worth a watch..

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BREAKING: Lake Oroville flowing over emergency spillway for first time in dam’s history

State water officials said water has begun flowing over the emergency spillway at Oroville Dam.

Doug Carlson, a spokesman for the state Department of Water Resources, said water started topping over the auxiliary spillway shortly before 8 a.m. at a rate of between 5,000 and 10,000 cubic feet per second.

Officials still believe there will be no flooding, he said.


http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/article132154774.html#storylink=cpy

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The Oroville Dam Failure

 

As I write the Oroville dam in California is eroding back toward a breach of the reservoir. I am a dam contractor. If you ever heard someone say "that dam contractor.." they may have been talking about me.

I have repaired hundreds of dams including ones like Oroville, which were in the process of failure. I know a lot about dams.

The spillway failure is a common type of failure, where phreatic, or surface water entered the spillway, migrating beneath the slabs. (A static element on a dynamic element, A hard element on a live element). The dam is hydrated and dehydrated as water levels rise and fall, moving, as soils swell from pressures and water mass. In times of high rain the phreatic surface (hydrated soils line) moves toward the surface, venting into the void so produced.

This creates a void. Moving water over the years has eroded soils from beneath the slab downstream and left a channel. Now, the spillway has been actuated in a high-flow event and the plates of the spillway have failed into the stream, scouring from beneath them. They will continue to fail as the water continues to flow. The hydraulic jump exacerbates this erosion.

If the flow continues for a long enough time, with sufficient velocity, the reservoir will be voided by the migration of the erosion to the pool (cut-back). I cannot tell if failure is imminent, from Ohio, but it is an unacceptable situation that has been allowed to develop. It is a case of pennies pinched producing dollars spent, perhaps tragedy.

 

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/oroville-dam-failure-scott-cahill

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Yup... and looking at the Emergency Spill Wall and the overspill it seems to be going into the ground at the base of the wall instead of down the side of the ground to the river.  Shouldn't you see the same kind of flow along the ground that you see coming down the wall?

 

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Oroville Dam Spillway collapse may be due to missing REBAR

Feb. 9, 2017   Anthony Watts

 (there is pro/con on this, in the discussion area, but look at the pics. I can't believe they could get away without using rebar, but then we all know how that goes, not enough rebar, or big enough or or or would also matter)

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https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/02/09/ororville-dam-spillway-collapse-may-be-due-to-missing-rebar/comment-page-1/

Maintenance Records Show Oroville Dam Spillway Previously Patched

image shown of crews on the spillway at the exact spot where it failed, back in 2013

http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2017/02/10/maintenance-records-show-oroville-dam-spillway-previously-patched/

from Wiki

"Oroville Dam was designed to withstand the strongest possible earthquake for the region, and was fitted with hundreds of instruments that serve to measure water pressure and settlement of the earth fill used in its construction, earning it the nickname "the dam that talks back".[18] (It is believed that a MW 5.7 earthquake in the Oroville area in 1975 was caused by induced seismicity from the weight of the Oroville Dam and reservoir itself on a local fault line."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oroville_Dam

Drought 5 years is bound to have had an effect on earth, rocks, concrete.  Everything shrinks, then you get inundated by rain and massive snow fall in areas above the dam, everything swells, add freeze then heat as an afterthought, and what you have is a recipe for disaster.  No the dam itself, has not failed, but it most certainly has been affected by all those same variables.  I only hope they are as concerned about all the people, as they are about the salmon.  Wonder what part, if any, geo-engineering has played in all of this?  What part funding, or funding cuts has played in getting proper repairs or maintenance taken care of.   Remember how Bush kept cutting funding for NOLA levees, then Katrina just happened to come along, after sitting off shore for several days building steam, and lo and behold, those same levees failed, and NOLA still hasn't recovered.  I sure hope we see a better outcome here.

 

@RS  It was said there is a pool at the bottom that has to fill before it will run down the hill.  But at 10,000 cfs, I wouldn't think that would take long. I just hope it doesn't divert to go under the spillway itself.

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I don't think there is an underground retention pool to fill up.  It is all bedrock except for the topsoil and foliage.  The pool is the depression that you can see at the edge of the emergency spillway and main gates, where they were laying boulders and pouring shotcrete for the past few days. I think... that is what fills up and then overflows over the road and down the hillside to the river.  The problem is it doesn't appear to be filling.  I base this of course on the earlier TV3 helo video which has ceased.  If you watch the Periscope video though, you can just make out that there is no water coming down over the ground.  The trees and brush are intact. 

https://www.periscope.tv/pseudojd/1OyKAomOpZDJb  this maybe offline now.

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A video i watched this am earlier had a guy who stated there was a pool to fill before it headed down the hill, which it has now done.

Live from the Oroville Spillway 1

 

this shows emer spillway   Tx Reddwolf

 

This one shows what's happening down on the Feather River 

(Shocking )new footage Lake Oroville spillway and emergency spillway

 

 

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There are some really great pictures of the dam here...

Lake Oroville FLOWS OVER its emergency spillway for first time in the history of the nation's tallest dam

Water started flowing over an emergency spillway at the nation's tallest dam, on Lake Oroville, for the first time Saturday after erosion damaged the Northern California dam's main spillway.

Officials hoped to avoid using Oroville Dam's emergency spillway, fearing it could cause trees to fall and leave debris cascading into water that rushes through the Feather River, into the Sacramento River and on to the San Francisco Bay. 


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4215404/Water-flowing-emergency-spillway-tallest-US-dam.html

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This video is taken when the water first started flowing over the emergency spillway. The helicopter pilot specifically mentions the catch basin that must fill before the water goes over the roadway and down the ravine to the river. (Maybe this is the video you saw, breezy?)

Also interesting to hear him talk to other aircraft. He finally said it got too dangerous to be up there with other looky-loo craft up there not communicating.

 

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Evacuation orders issued for low levels of Oroville

Hazardous situation has developed with Oroville Dam emergency spillway

Updated: 4:31 PM PST Feb 12, 2017
 

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"A hazardous situation is developing with the Oroville Dam auxiliary spillway. Operation of the auxiliary spillway has lead to severe erosion that could lead to a failure of the structure. Failure of the auxiliary spillway structure will result in an uncontrolled release of flood waters from Lake Oroville.

"In response to this developing situation, DWR is increasing water releases to 100,000 cubic feet per second.

"Immediate evacuation from the low levels of Oroville and areas downstream is ordered.

"This in NOT A Drill. This in NOT A Drill. This in NOT A Drill."

http://www.kcra.com/article/evacuation-orders-issued-for-low-levels-of-oroville/8735215

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