Over at LewRockwell.com is a great essay by Daisy Luther entitled “The Oroville Spillway Disaster: Why You Should NEVER Wait for the Official Evacuation Order”. Here’s an excerpt:
You absolutely cannot trust the organization who would be at fault for a disaster of this magnitude to be up front in warning of their negligence. They’ll be too busy scrambling for a makeshift fix and rescuing the fish to tell you that you are in peril. All you have to do is think about the Flint water crisis or Hurricane Katrina to recall that officials will cover their own butts first and warn people of danger second.
Officials in charge of the Oroville Spillway waited until they believed that the disaster was only 60 minutes away to evacuate nearly 200,000 people.
The bottom line is something that every prepper and survivalist realizes is a fact:
Defense.gov News Photo 110426-A-7597S-183: U.S. Special Operations service members with Special Operations Task Force South board two UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters following a clearing operation in Panjwa'i district in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, on April 25, 2011. Source: Wikimedia.
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