Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Locks cut at aqueduct that supplies water to Greater Boston


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And at the time the trooper was nearly excoriated for interfering with these foreign engineering student conducting research at midnight at the critical water supply of a major city (How many more?) *

It was so soon after Marathon Massacre  that the public was warned (per PC usual) about being too reactionary and intrusive into matters that don’t affect them. (Just water.)

Gee!  Don’t react, certainly don’t cast aspersions or arouse suspicion(s).  Better, you don’t give this another thought.  Your sense of diversity might suffer.

Anyway, in the event…….. If the trooper didn’t inquire, he’d be sweeping the Mass Pike rest areas (if he had juice).  As a public, we’d be exploited throughout the world as typically indulged Americans. In other world venues special prayers by men in flowing thaubs would be celebrated as a major American city died of thirst.  But water would be rushed from upon demand by ‘Mommie Dearest” in Dagestan to Fort Devens infirmary for that poor lad from Chechnya.

This story was killed upon birth.  Will we hear more?  Probably not. It would take more than three simple sentences, exceeding the attention span of Americans - maybe even literacy.

*Military manuals provide how to defeat or neutralize destabilizing measures like this. Read one in the mirror.  It will tell you how-to. (Stage whisper; I know.)  Frankly, most texts titled “Defense Against” are “How to’s”.

Locks cut at aqueduct that supplies water to Greater Boston

Last month, seven Muslim "chemical engineers" were caught trespassing at the Quabbin Reservoir, a key supply of water for Boston, after midnight. Police stepped up patrols, but still now the locks were cut.

The Canadian jihadists who were recently caught discussed poisoning the water supply (and the air) to murder as many as 100,000 people, and poisoning the water supply of a major city has long been bandied about among jihadis as a consummation devoutly to be wished.

"Locks Cut At Aqueduct That Supplies Water To Greater Boston," from CBS Boston, June 3 (thanks to Pamela Geller):

FRAMINGHAM (CBS) – The Massachusetts Water Resources Authoritysays someone cut the locks to three hatches at one of its aqueducts in Framingham.

The incident occurred at the Hultman Aqueduct, which is one of the two lines that carry drinking water to the Greater Boston area.

The three padlocks were cut from separate access hatches located at approximately half-mile intervals along the aqueduct. Police say there is evidence of an attempt to cut a fourth lock.

State Police are investigating, though they say “there is no evidence of any crime other than vandalism.”

The MWRA says it doesn’t appear anyone tried to tamper with the water supply and there does not appear to be any contamination or changes in water quality.

Last month, State Police stepped up patrols at public water supplies after seven people were caught trespassing at the Quabbin Reservoir in Belchertown.


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