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Another Reason To Move Away From California: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’

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Drought - Public DomainAs if anyone actually needed another reason to move out of the crazy state of California, now it is being reported that conditions in some areas of the state “are like a third-world country” due to the multi-year megadrought that has hit the state.  In one California county alone, more than 1,000 wells have gone dry as the groundwater has disappeared.  The state is turning back into a desert, and an increasing number of homes no longer have any water coming out of their taps or showerheads.  So if you weren’t scared away by the wildfires, mudslides, high taxes, crime, gang violence, traffic, insane political correctness, the nightmarish business environment or the constant threat of “the big one” reducing your home to a pile of rubble, perhaps the fact that much of the state could soon be facing Dust Bowl conditions may finally convince you to pack up and leave.  And if you do decide to go, you won’t be alone.  Millions of Californians have fled the state in recent years, and this water crisis could soon spark the greatest migration out of the state that we have ever seen.

Back in 1972, Albert Hammond released a song entitled “It Never Rains In Southern California“, and back then that was considered to be a good thing.

But today, years of very little rain are really starting to take a toll.  In fact, one government official says that conditions in Tulare Country “are like a third-world country”

Near California’s Success Lake, more than 1,000 water wells have failed. Farmers are spending $750,000 to drill 1,800 feet down to keep fields from going fallow. Makeshift showers have sprouted near the church parking lot.

The conditions are like a third-world country,” said Andrew Lockman, a manager at the Office of Emergency Services in Tulare County, in the heart of the state’s agricultural Central Valley about 175 miles (282 kilometers) north of Los Angeles.

As California enters the fourth year of a record drought, its residents and $43 billion agriculture industry have drawn groundwater so low that it’s beyond the reach of existing wells. That’s left thousands with dry taps and pushed farmers to dig deeper as Governor Jerry Brown, a 77-year-old Democrat, orders the first mandatory water rationing in state history.

The mandatory water restrictions that Governor Brown is imposing are going to be very painful for a lot of people.  We have just learned that some California communities will be required to cut their water usage by up to 36 percent

Californians are going to have to start preparing for a dry summer as the dehydrated state prepares for a water crackdown.

In a somewhat controversial move, California water officials drafted a set of mandatory conservation regulations outlining varying degrees to which communities will be required to cut back on water use, ranging from 8 to 36 percent, depending on their history of water consumption.

The regulations — slated for approval in early May — are part of California’s first-ever attempt at mandatory rationing. Earlier this month, Gov. Jerry Brown issued an executive order requiring a 25 percent reduction in urban water use, a historic step in a series of measures aimed at conservation ahead of the state’s fourth consecutive year of drought.

And of course it isn’t just the state of California that is dealing with drought.

All over the southwest United States, we are seeing conditions that we have not witnessed since the days of the Dust Bowl in the 1930s.

In fact, the water level in Lake Mead is now the lowest that it has been since those days, and it is expected to drop even lower in the months ahead

One of the most stunning places to see its impact is at the nation’s largest reservoir, Lake Mead, near Las Vegas. At about 40 percent of capacity, it’s the lowest it’s been since it was built in the 1930s.

“Just to see the rings around it, it’s just … kind of scary, you know,” says Darlene Paige, a visitor from New York. She’s standing at a vista point above the Hoover Dam on the Arizona side of Lake Mead.

That “ring” is the infamous bathtub ring around the rim of the reservoir. The levels have dropped 140 feet over the past 15 years, exposing a white stain on the gravelly brown mountains above the water. The level is forecast to fall an additional 10 feet by this summer.

According to the Government Accountability Office, it is being projected that a total of 40 U.S. states will be dealing with a shortage of water by the end of the next decade.

It has been said that “water is the new oil”, and this is just the beginning.  The truth is that as bad as things are here, we are actually in far better shape than almost everyone else in the world to deal with the emerging global water crisis.  All over the planet supplies of fresh water are disappearing, and the availability of water is going to increasingly become a major geopolitical issue in the years to come.

And even now, the U.S. government is taking all of this very seriously.  In fact, the EPA is already trying to train our kids to take showers instead of baths

Parents across America who struggle to keep their young rambunctious kids clean now have a new obstacle: the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

As part of its effort to help save the planet from the dangers of taking too many baths, the EPA’s WaterSense program is trying to convince kids they should avoid bathtubs in favor of showers, which it says is a far more efficient use of water.

“To save even more water, keep your shower under five minutes long—try timing yourself with a clock next time you hop in!” the “WaterSense for Kids” website says.

For most of our lives, most of us have been able to take water for granted.

But now things are changing, and we are going to have to adjust to these new realities.

So what do you think about this emerging water crisis?  Please feel free to share your thoughts by posting a comment below…

  • Marc

    You can’t trust water. Even a stick turns crooked in it.

    • Annette Smith

      LOL@ Marc!!!!

  • jakartaman

    Too many nukes
    Not enough water
    Too many people
    Not enough food
    Too many Radical Muslims
    Not enough surplus napham
    Too much Federal Government
    Not enough States rights
    Too much debt
    Not enough good jobs
    Too many Politicians
    Not enough leadership
    Too much religion
    Not enough true faith
    Too much arrogance
    Not enough humility

    So – you are thinking what could go wrong
    If you make the analogy that humanity is a single person
    What type of person do you see – Rational, healthy – didn’t think so!

    • GSOB

      And, what are you expecting?

    • Orion

      It’s not about lack of resources, It’s more about lack of intelligence.

      • Jack Frost

        At least the smelts are getting some of that pure mountain water, even if the thirsty people aren’t. Why would you live in a state where these type of lunatic notions become the norm? Nowhere is that pristine and beautiful!

  • T.

    Californians just can’t win. They have Lake Mead going dry in the Southeast. They have little to No snow pack in the Sierras. Last but Not least, they have Fukashima radiation poisoning the Pacific along the entire West coast killing marine life and later human life. Combine this with their social and political problems – I mean – by the time the Big one does hit – there will nothing left but a few coyotes.

    • GSOB

      forbearance

    • mmercier0921

      Cotes survive everything in every environment because they are anarchists. They ate all their cyote politicians way back in time. Even poison bait wont get rid of ours.

  • joe

    The U.S. is a third world country.

    • Maneb

      agreed. Not just economically but politically. With a 3rd world despot in OB.

      • GSOB

        Do you know what are the riches of His grace?

      • art7

        We are the worlds biggest, newest, banana republic.

        • KORGG

          With the biggest crime syndicate the world has ever known running it.

          • Dirty Harry

            Yep, and this crime syndicate is pushing Europe into WW III. And this crime syndicate is also pushing TTIP through Europe’s throat. Will cost Europe 600,000 jobs and bring only benefit to the US. So Europe gets f*cked one way or the other. So if the US would dry up first, would be a good thing for Europa and the rest of the world too. Maybe it would stop them spraying chemtrails all over the planet and interfering with countries they should stay away from.

          • Gay Veteran

            fixed your sentence:

            Will cost Europe 600,000 jobs and bring only benefit to the US CORPORATIONS

        • Lcagee

          Except no water and no rain to grow bananas. Were the new Saudi Arabia. Except no oil. You cant frack without water. Again, no water. When wells start to dry up, and lake Mead drops further, that will only accelerate the draw down. When the aqua firs go dry, this will be some serious s$*^%#. And they are going dry.

      • Gay Veteran

        don’t forget the gangs: democrats=republicans

    • MichaelfromTheEconomicCollapse

      We are certainly on our way.

      • jaxon64

        What irony–California may indirectly be returned to Mexico after all!
        However the scenario could not be worse for the United States–most of the long term Americans will probably move from California as the jobs dry up, the agricultural industry dries out and the taps are tapped out. Who will remain?
        Those who are accustomed to living in semi-arid climates–ie: the Mexicans.
        This situation is even worse than if Mexico had invaded and taken California or if we had given California to mexico.
        You see, as the long term California settlers with generations of familial roots leave there for literal greener pastures–the Mexicans will most likely stay and just rely on the Fed Govt to subsidize and supply the food, water, medical, welfare and other services they need–they will own California but the US taxpayers will be paying for them to live there—strange twist. You couldn’t make this stuff up if you tried…..

        • jacasa jacasa

          Well said, I completely agree.

        • Joel

          Mexicans live all over the US not just California. Mexicans are deeply rooted in the American culture. They have developed and worked the lands of the American southwest for hundreds of years since the birth of the nation. Mexican Americans are Americans and are a big part of the culture.

          • RageHard84

            Yup. Americans can be any race because America is a melting pot.

          • KORGG

            The day that “immigrants” stopped assimilating was the day we ceased being that “melting pot”.

          • brazos

            numbers are so great that they don’t have assimilate.

          • RageHard84

            Who says they stopped assimilating? My mother is an immigrant, and I’ve been assimilated into the American Borg.

          • quercus454

            No longer, it is a salad bowl.

          • jaxon64

            I’m not talking about Hispanic americans who have lived here…I did not mention race. I am talking about the millions of recent immigrants who consider themselves Mexican and have no desire to become part of our country–they are only here for jobs and freebies.
            Years ago on 9/11 when I was working as a contractor and had not yet finished my medical training- us Americans white, black and some Hispanics were very upset about events that day. I remember as clearly as if it was yesterday- a co-worker asked a group of the Mexican workers who have Mexican flags hanging from their rearview mirrors and worked for cash for crooked trades…” America is about to go to war, we are under attack- will you fight if you need to?”
            The 100% answer was “F that– is not my country, I go home.”

          • brazos

            More mexicans have fought for the U.S. than americans have for Mexico I bet.

          • Jack Frost

            More birds have flown than people- there another inane observation!

          • brazos

            inane is comparing people joining the military to birds flying.

          • quercus454

            Mexican is a nationality, not a race. A Mexican is a citizen of Mexico. There are light skinned Mexicans and dark skinned Mexicans. Hispanic is the term used today. Funny thing, historically people who are today called Hispanic, were once just considered white.

        • Jack Frost

          But without crops to pick what will they do besides swell the unemployment and welfare rolls?

        • BabylonUSA

          Karma is a bioatch….

      • RageHard84

        Sad but true.

    • Asok Asus

      Obama has worked ceaselessly for over six years to accomplish this goal. He knew the only way to make the U.S. “equal” to the other countries of the world was to bring us down to their level, because socialists have finally figured out that socialism can never make a country richer, but only make it poorer.

      • Priszilla

        So you mean one man only needed 6 years to turn the great USA into a third workd country ?

        • explorer

          Yes !!!

        • Markus

          no, six years, one man and an entire country that was too lazy to break out the torches and pitchforks or even care..

          • laura m.

            When Bush Sr pushed thru Gatt, NAFTA things started going down hill. Jobs and factories were gone sent off shore. Each puppet president and the puppet congressmen are promoting the trashing of America via way of the Cloward-Piven agenda and mass immigration of third world trash who end up on welfare and breed like rats.. Voting is useless, as politicians are bought and paid for and won’t listen to anyone else except their top dog bosses. Massive immigration is an agenda, to trash the country further down the rat hole, and cause shortages of natural resources..

          • KORGG

            While GHWB was the one who brought NAFTA and that particular round of the GATT talks into the limelight , he could not get it passed through the democrat controlled house and senate. After some platitudes and reassurances to the peasants , Bill Clinton became pResident on the premise of protecting American workers from the scourges of these treaties. Bill Clinton and senators and congressman in a lame duck session in 1994 passed them into law.
            In regards to our transformation into a socialist paradise , this has been going on for over a century. Why it has taken people this long to figure it out is beyond me.

          • brazos

            Bill Clinton had a republican congress headed by Newt Gingrich.

          • Nemnor

            KORGG, what you refer to as “socialist” is really decadent/decaying Capitalism that has transformed into a form of State/Collective/Welfare Capitalism, as the system has reached a “dead end”, and is now NOT able to create a long-term recovery by economic means alone.

            This means that, eventually, the system would be “compelled” to bring about WW-III (just as it did with WW-I and WW-II) as the entire system continues to sink towards total collapse/chaos.

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            When Bush Sr pushed thru Gatt, NAFTA things started going down hill.
            Yea true. Too bad it was Clinton that pushed thru NAFTA and GATT

          • Gay Veteran

            yep, Bill Clinton, beloved of liberals, got NAFTA passed, along with the repeal of the Glass-Stegall Act (which regulated banks), and deregulated the media (now mainly controlled by 6 corporations)

          • amuncat

            Did see your post!

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            Yup, and then the Puritans founded America and burned all those witches, amirite!

          • amuncat

            Thanks, I was going to say that! Clinton is the NAFTA man…and also the repeal of Glass-Stegalt!!! Thus part of the reason we had ’08 calamity!

          • David

            Clinton signed for NAFTA – Bush was kicked out of office over his support for it. Clinton was against it until he got himself elected.

          • amuncat

            Don’t forget NDAA! Bush started it, Obama changed it to include Americans!

          • Lyla Cavanaugh

            This is done by the corporate elite like the Koch Bros. who want to rule the world. They want everything third worldized so it will be easy to control. Get cheap slave labor offshore and charge high prices to American middle class until they are bled dry. They have plans, but read Revelation where it says the merchants of the world heap dirt upon their heads! God doesn’t accept a one world government since the days of Babel. It will all come to naught. All their selfish maneuverings.

        • dan

          What do you think he ment by fundamental transformatin? Of course he had help.

        • Malcolm Reynolds

          No progressivism took about 100 years. Obama just finished it off to the sound of thunderous applause from morons like you

      • Nemnor

        Asok Asus, the USA is gradually sinking towards becoming a “third world” state, NOT because of who is in the WH, but due to a much more fundamental economic reason.

        While bad government and corrupt corporate bosses would indeed aggravate a bad situation, the MAIN reason for the continuous socioeconomic decline of the USA and the entire world is – Capitalism itself – which is now a decadent/decaying system, which is now NOT able to create long-term recovery by economic means alone.

        The situation is so bad that we even have PRETEND “recovery” (or a weak recovery at best), to give you the illusion that we still have the usual “boom” and “burst” cycle, so that you might not lose faith in Capitalism (they hope).

        Hence, regardless to who is in the White House and regardless to the manipulations by Central Banks all over the world, the world-wide Capitalist system will continue to sink towards total collapse/chaos.

        This means, the future of the world under Capitalism is massive world-wide poverty and massive world-wide destruction (through wars, environmental collapse and economic collapse).

        The solution is obviously a fundamental change away from Capitalism to a sustainable alternative system that addresses the ABUNDANT needs of every “rational” individual (and not just for “the 1%”).

        • Jack Frost

          Capitalism has not really existed for many decades. Willing buyers cannot find willing sellers because the federal government decided to make changes in the name of social justice. After all the many distortions, today we enjoy crony capitalism, which means the people in charge decide who makes money and who doesn’t…think Solyndra or Blackrock. The economy has been permanently stunted by the economic yoke of the ACA. Businesses have rudely declined to serve as cash cows as decided by BO to provide insurance for those in need. Thus today we have a 29 hour work week and companies filled with temporary employees. If providing according to needs and working according to ability is a viable idea, how about a small demonstration of its effectiveness by requiring the able bodied on the dole to pick up some trash in their neighborhoods or cleaning up overgrown lots. If that offends their sense of dignity and honor, they ceded that when they got the direct deposit for being idle, along with their SNAP and section 8. They have time to do lots of good things but let’s see some proof before we order that pudding, if you please!

          • Nemnor

            Jack Frost, about 500 years ago, when Capitalism began to take hold in places like Britain (the UK), initially there was some resistance to Capitalism because it is normal for people to resist chance and there would be some looking for “proof” that Capitalism IS the way to go – a “proof” they could not have except if they allowed Capitalism to replace the (old) Feudal/Agrarian economy.

            However, despite some initial resistance, Capitalism was able to replace the (old) Feudal/Agrarian system PRIMARILY because the Feudal/Agrarian system had became DECADENT. i.e. it had became clear that the (old) Feudal/Agrarian was no longer progressive and could no longer carry the Human Race forward.

            For the time being, you will never get the proof you need, since it is virtually impossible for a SINGLE country (or even a group of countries) to have a fundamental change away from Capitalism, WHILE the World is still dominated/controlled by Capitalism. Hence, as you might suspect, places like the former Soviet Union or present-day Cuba, North Korea, China, etc,. NEVER had a genuine and fundamental change away from Capitalism. Rather, these places only succeeded in building various forms of state/collective Capitalism (but erroneously labeled as “socialist/communist” states – because the state is ruled by a “socialist/communist” government that seemingly OR genuinely, INTEND to build an alternative system to capitalism).

            Eventually, as the world-wide Capitalist system continues to sink towards total collapse/chaos, more and more, the world will come to KNOW that the Capitalism system is decadent, and the prospective for a fundamental and world-wide change away from Capitalism becomes more real.

            However, the danger facing the world is that – it is more likely that Capitalism bring about massive world-wide poverty and massive world-wide destruction upon the world (through wars, environmental collapse and economic collapse), BEFORE sufficient people “wake up” and realize that Capitalism is the MAIN thing threatening the survival of the planet and the Human Race.

          • Lyla Cavanaugh

            The are the multinational corporations that want to control the world that is causing all the turmoil. They have nothing to do with capitalism. They are fascist.

          • Lyla Cavanaugh

            This is Corporate Fascism not capitalism. This has no relationship to any kind of capitalism I got a Master’s Degree studying!

        • Lyla Cavanaugh

          At some point the world will have to take on the one per cent top multinationals.

      • JustanOguy

        What’s that got to do with the drought conditions in California?

    • CO2@400PPM

      I have often thought that.
      Recent extensive travel through the US confirms your statement. Major cities are filthy. Homeless are everywhere. Gang graffiti is the new art form. Not too many other people out and about. (ya think?)
      From the highway, I-40 eastbound from NV to VA, you could see one boarded up town after another. Airports closed. While the highway was maintained, city streets are in shambles. Here are some other trip highlights.

      SLC, UT.–Pollution capital of the US, mega homeless.
      Las Vegas–Filthy, Uber foreclosures, gangs, drivebys, tent cities along highway.
      Kingman, AZ–no English, desolate, (don’t stop)
      Flagstaff, AZ–clean air, nice, Uber expensive (trying to keep out trash) good water.
      Texas– Looks nuked, big influx Hispanic, Austin is ok. Big cities dangerous. Keep going.
      OK, AK–Dirty, dangerous. Tons of poor folk, everywhere. (Stay on military bases or keep going)
      Memphis, TN–O..M..G..If you value your life, keep going. Went to the Zoo, am still alive. Thugs wandering around in droves.
      W.VA–Used to be nice, countryside is beautiful. Lots of mobile homes now.
      VA.Beach, VA–becoming or is, the most dangerous city in america. This place is beautiful but gang activity has taken over. The most violent thugs live here. Cops put up search lights to illuminate beach front at night. (I lived here as the gangs came, I left) The water is so polluted you can smell it. The ocean waves are dark brown. Lyme disease and rabies are a big problem. The feds have heavy surveillance here.
      The whole East coast is a mess, bigger cities are dangerous. Forgot to mention empty commercial property/abandoned houses everywhere. This is a huge problem in the area where I live also.
      This was my last trip. What used to be fun is now life-threatening. You know, everything this guy says on this site is true. And from what I have seen, when ANY kind of collapse, or heaven forbid a water or food shortage emerges, you will see what the “third world people” are capable of..

      • Rocketman

        Virginia Beach, which is part of the Tidewater area, was at one time a beautiful place to live. The main issue is that Tidewater is home to a very large military complex that results in a large transient population that inflates the price of living. The largest employer in the state of Virginia is government. Norfolk, Hampton, Portsmouth, and Newport News have always been very bad areas to live in. It was only a matter of time before the moulinyan infested the beach side. .

      • alan

        I read a couple years ago there are hobo villages in the woods near Jacksonville down to Orlando.

        • Rocketman

          They are constantly popping up in the wooden areas off the main thoroughfares.

      • Nemnor

        CO2@400PPM, all the ills and unpleasant situations you state, are all mainly SYMPTOMS of the decadent/decaying US Capitalist socioeconomic system, that has reached a “dead end”, and is now NOT able to create long-term recovery by economic means alone.

        This is not a situation that any President can solve. The ONLY solution is a fundamental change away from Capitalism, to a sustainable alternative system that addresses the ABUNDANT needs of every “rational” individual (and not jut for “the 1%”).

        • Asok Asus

          “change away from Capitalism, to a sustainable alternative system that
          addresses the ABUNDANT needs of every “rational” individual (and not jut
          for “the 1%”).”

          Please explain this alternative system and exactly how it would work in practice.

          • Nemnor

            Asok Asus, no one has all the answers, but is involves using the “collective intelligence” of the Human Race through a GENUINE democratic process.

            I do not have time now to explain some more. I will come back tomorrow to explain some more.

          • Asok Asus

            “it involves using the “collective intelligence” of the Human Race through a GENUINE democratic process.”

            that’s an awesome string of buzzwords, so further explanation is definitely in order.

    • Only if you go by every statistic across the board.

    • Pete

      Are you crazy? Have you ever been in a Third World country?

      By no stretch of the imagination is the U.S. in a Third World category.

  • Catman

    So why hasn’t the state/federal government ramped up the construction of desalination plants?

    • David

      desalination plants only cover 7% of California’s water needs at a very hefty price I might add.

      • Catman

        I understand that is true at the present time. I guess I’m just puzzled that this hasn’t become a major priority if the situation is that dire. Doesn’t seem like the price tag would matter if this was a real emergency with 50% of agricultural production in the country depending on it. Also, it seems a bit odd that the price of produce hasn’t already begun to skyrocket if there’s really only a year’s supply of water left. Seems like there has to be a plan to address this that has not been made public.

        • mmercier0921

          The plan is in place for the last few years. Destroy every basic function of the country required for national survival.
          Destroy small companies, destroy energy infrastructure, destroy the health delivery infrastructure, destroy food production, destroy military capability, destroy religion, destroy civil society, destroy race relations, destroy education…
          I missed a few, but the people with the plan will not.

  • Mondobeyondo

    Arnold Schwartznegger really ruined that state…

    • brazos

      Arnold was a rino.

  • K

    California is a grand example of mans excesses. They build in an area that was once desert. So they bring in water from elsewhere. They build in a area that has earthquakes, and rebuild when there buildings are destroyed. They proclaim, I am Man and with my technology, I will do as I please. Never seeing the true answer to that statement is, only for a little while.

    • mmercier0921

      People tend to build in vast open areas previously swept clean by nature. No one ever wonders why such a nice place is uninhabited, and move right in. Usually just before the nature that cleans the land acts again, someone digs deep enough to find the bones that remain from the last people who thought it would be nice to live.

      Half the cities the Romand built in italy are sitting on vast volcanic structures that left them lots of nice wide open places to build.

  • Round Objects

    I’m from Australia ‘a land of droughts and flooding plains’, and we are really puzzled by the USA when it comes to water savings. Water restrictions here are a normal part of life, in fact a recent drought in my local area, 2.5 million residents, caused dams to drop to 15%. We were asked to reduce water consumption to 200 litres per person per day, we complied without complaint nor fuss and reduced it down to 150 litres. Houses built here, have a combination of tank and town water, waste water ( showers and laundry) is recycled and reused on gardens and lawns. Nobody takes baths anymore we all shower, kids love it, nothing is more funny then holding a 5 month old baby and introducing them to their first shower. We all make choices, live with the ones you’ve made and don’t complain when they go bad, instead learn from them.

    • old fart

      does the Murray river still flow?

      • Round Objects

        I was at the mouth of the Murray River 12 months ago and it was full. Magnificent to see due to decades of bad management.

    • GSOB

      Praise the Lord

    • Km

      That’s because we have little things called laws and restrictions! Rain water collection, gardens, creeks and streams on private owned properties are now a no-no! The agenda wants many to go back to pack and stack cities, and to leave the rest of the areas as wilderness zones – AGENDA 21! Don’t think you Aussies don’t have it there as well – you do!

      • Round Objects

        We had and still have combinations of those laws as for ‘pack and stack cities’ not here, I build 3-4 bed houses in new rural estates for $250-300k, one hours drive from the beach. The economy, like the rest of the world, will collapse, but that’s out of my control.

        • Km

          That’s for the wealthy (protected) folks, not for you or I! If they have their way, we all we be living in 300 square foot closet!

          • Round Objects

            Let’s see, one bed apartment in city is $400k and rent is $500p/w, yes the poor should live in the cities as it’s much cheaper. I only deal in reality not conspiracy.

    • Revolt to save America

      I was wondering how using shower water for lawns works, is it ok with soaps and shampoos or does it kill lawns ??

      • Round Objects

        My lawn grows like crazy. My laundry feeds into the forest next door and where it does it grows faster than elsewhere. As for my lawn, I hate cutting the grass. New housing estates have the waste water taken away in seperate sewage pipes, treated, then returned to external house taps, you could drink it as its that clean but nobody does, I think knowing its origin is the reason why, but it is safe. We pay water taxes here and recycled water is the same rate. It’s all about conserving a diminishing natural resource.

        • Revolt to save America

          Thank you so much, I appreciate the detail. I was thinking it would take a ton of shampoo or soap to kill a darn lawn. I find it so crazy to live 20 miles from the pacific ocean and to be experiencing a water problem. We need to learn how to filter ocean water. THANKS AGAIN

          • Priszilla

            I heard that the Sun is quite hot. So maybe, instead of using nuclear power plants to desalinate water, you could use the sun?
            The sun is still free, isn’t it? Even in America?

      • I think it would depend on the kind of soap. The natural one are just made up of oil or fat mixed with lye (caustic soda) – the caustic part of the soda is neutralized by the oil. So, I can imagine that if it goes back to the ground it would not be really polluted (considering that we are speaking in normal consumption, not in excessive term).

        However if it is another kind of soap I’m not so sure – it depend what additive they insert in those soaps.

      • explorer

        Get rid of your lawns. Problem solved.

        • Revolt to save America

          wasn’t the question,if shower water works for watering a lawn, why not ???? don’t jump to solutions. I live on a big lot and I don’t use much water compared to my neighbors, to ger rid of lawn is a ton of lawn, I wanted to know if shampoo will really kill it, because I think it may not, ………… I’m not getting rid of my lawn, I’m reviewing my options. GET RID OF YOUR LAWN,

    • explorer

      You are right.

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      You’re used to it..we get it. Personally, I like my baths and pools, but you know what they say about necessity ..it’s a mother.

    • Steve Watson

      Here in Cambodia, many of the Ozzies have a tremendous sense of humor and cant deal with things so much better than most other expats. Why is that?

    • airedale

      My kids take long, long, long showers. A bath would save more water.

    • Jack Frost

      It is a bit different here where some of our states are larger than your country. And each state has its own approach. Then there is the federal meddling to contend with!!!

  • You Yankees still take baths?!?

    The Sins of the United States of Death, Disease and Destruction (that is what you guys leave behind everywhere you go throughout this planet) are returning tenfold as Karma. Maybe even more.

    And it is not a coincidence that California, the bellwether State of the USA, is experiencing this . . .

    • Km

      The elites are just bringing us down to your level of living! It’s no accident people want to live here!

    • Tatiana Covington

      Actually, it’s just the weather entering a drought cycle. Impersonal, inanimate, natural.

      • GSOB

        The Lord Reigns

        • El mico

          Tell me more of this Lord of yours.
          The one who let’s starving children die.
          The one who let’s people get slaughtered in his name.
          The one who let’s his representatives here, rape kids.

          Sounds like an absolute arsehole.

          You go follow that.

          • GSOB

            The one that allows you to take that breath you just took? That one?

          • El mico

            Animals have been breathing all by themselves well before the invention of god.

          • GSOB

            You know He exist. But you need to understand what I’m telling you.
            There is another dimension that you can not see yet.
            Can you at least say that is a possibility?
            Because just like you, there is an invisible part and a physical part to your total being.
            Heard of the natural and the super natural?
            Sure you have.
            So, two levels of reality. Agree?

          • El mico

            Supernatural? Two levels of reality?
            That don’t sound very Christian to me.
            But then since many Christian beliefs are bassed on pagan ones then it kinda makes sense.

          • GSOB

            I understand. Satan is a murderer and the father of lies.
            Christ came to destroy the works of this devil.
            He also came so that we may know Him and have abundant life and the forgiveness of all our sins.

          • El mico

            Satan was invented by those who could not take responsibility for their own actions.
            Seems to be an American trait.

          • GSOB

            You and I will one day die.
            Jesus Christ died a horrible death and after three days, He resurrected from the dead.
            Now, how about that?
            Believers die before He returns but the invisible part, their soul/spirit, will be with the Lord Jesus.

          • Fed Up

            Have you ever researched all the infighting and different christian schools of thought that there were back in Jesus’ time?

            Modern Christians want to make everything black and white. But the truth exists in the gray area that no one is willing to explore and examine.

            Fear of doing the devils work and displeasing god prevent a lot of believers from actually researching what they have been taught.

            Most would rather be told what to think rather than learn how to think.

            After all isn’t it so much easier just to go with the flow and not question anything?

          • Daystrom2012

            You’re dealing with someone who merely wants to rile a few feathers. It gives him and others like him pleasure. Those who have been corrupted throughout the years by the movies,tv,music and the school system. He needs a Damascus road experience.

          • Daystrom2012

            The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. Psalm 14:1
            And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment: Hebrews 9:27
            Unless you repent, you will perish. Luke 13:5

          • rentslave

            I think Obama has displaced Satan.

          • Barf: Don’t forget to donate as much cash as possible this Sunday.

          • Saint

            God gives us choice. People choose to do evil and they get plenty of help from the devil himself. God never does evil, ever! Satan is the accuser. See, he is using you to accuse God of being evil, cruel, and uncaring.

          • El mico

            You have had the wool pulled hard over you eyes.
            “Oh the devil made me do it.”
            Best excuse ever invented.
            Take some responsibility for yourself and stop relying on fairytales.

          • brazos

            you will find out for yourself when you meet him.

          • El mico

            If that actually happens, I’ll bitch slap that fool into another dimension.

        • Tatiana Covington

          But not “rains”. Like I said: fusion power and desalination.

          • GSOB

            pun intended

          • mmercier0921

            All the ecofanatics that fund half the political structure of the Republic would have to die of thirst before such would be considered.

            I think we know who will be dying of thirst first, in accord with the depopulation agenda of the greenies.

            There aren’t too many people, just too many of the wrong kind of people.

          • explorer

            Yes !

          • Priszilla

            It’s probably the ecofanatics that will save your sorry behind stopping you to poison the last drop of drinkable water for a bit more profit.

          • brazos

            I would like to think so but in this world they would just as soon kill off the population, the people who run cal will crap on their own dinner plate.

          • Priszilla

            You don’t need fusion power on earth to desalinate. You could use the fusion power already happening in the sun.

      • How dare you make a logically correct statement!

    • rentslave

      Watch the Boston Marathon tomorrow.You’ll see plenty of water there.The Muslims won’t show up,as they melt.

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      Funny how those investor Visas keep selling out.

  • Tatiana Covington

    Desalination and fusion power!

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      Deportation

      • brazos

        doggone right,otherwise it’s over,legal immigrant o.k. otheerwise , no.

  • GSOB

    Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ
    Whom has blessed with every spiritual blessing in the heavenlies in Christ

    Even as He chose in Him before the foundation of the world;
    to be holy and without blemish, before Him and in love.

    He predestined us to adoption as sons through Jesus Christ to Himself, according to the kind intention of His will, to the praise of the glory of His grace, which He freely bestowed on us in the Beloved.…

  • SunnyFlaSnotress

    Mike forgot to mention the expanding effects of Fukushima.
    I lived in California for over a year, and it is a majestically diverse state. Despite the kook stereotype, I think that Californians tend to be the most sophisticated,best-mannered, and intelligent people in the USA. (I’m native NYer in Florida).
    California and it’s people will adapt as needed.

    • GSOB

      And he had seven hundred wives, princesses, and three hundred concubines; and his wives turned away his heart

    • Revolt to save America

      Thank you lol

    • explorer

      I live in Ca and nothing you say is true!

      • Revolt to save America

        They are more educated than many states, don’t deny that.

      • loure

        We have the largest amount of high-performing universities in the entire country. Some of these universities climb to the top 10, no, even into the top 3 global universities in the world by some rankings.

        We have more Nobel Prize Winners in our Universities than any other state.

        It’s hard to generalize an entire 38 million population, isn’t it?

        • airedale

          All that brain power and they cannot balance their state budget. I wouldn’t put too much stock in all that higher education.

          • brazos

            to much education ,no wisdom or common sense, if you own a bussiness just try to work some of these so called educated kids, that is if you can get them to show up for work at all.

        • EgbertThrockmorton1

          Being a native Nor-Cal boy, who raised his family in SoCal, and migrated OUT of California, I agree that MOST of the perceptions people have about the entire state of California are false. The water mismanagement is entirely the result of the two US senators pimping to the environmentalists in protecting the “delta smelt”, and allowing the entire flow of the Sacramento(and American )river delta flow untouched into the San Francisco Bay, then straight out to the Pacific. The economic disaster in Central California lies at the feat of the electorate who so foolishly kept the idiots in Sacramento in office, as well as those who kept returning the two moron Senators back to D.C. The drought, is the result of political pimps, allowing the illegal alien population and those dependent upon agriculture industry to purposefully languish, without a thought for their actual welfare. The whores deserve to be strung up, in D.C. and in Sacramento.

    • Steve Watson

      Today’s Californian’s are tomorrow’s Texans.

      • SunnyFlaSnotress

        Oh noooo.. Most Californians would choose someplace more intelligent.

        • airedale

          Yet, they are leaving.

          • jevaisprndunebiere

            Correction: the relatively POORER Californians are leaving. Those who are fixated on the growing biotech, green energy, electric car industries are staying. Those manual labor, low income yielding ones are leaving in droves.

          • brazos

            Well i guess all those nerds can build the infrastucture ,not,you must mean all the east indians on hb1 visas are staying.

        • brazos

          my god, I hope they don’t choose Texas.unless they are conservative,I lived in California , saw more wierdos in a trip around the block than in 40 years in Texas.

  • El mico

    We live in a reactionary society.
    We don’t care about problems until they occur, then we legislate the crap out of it.

    Too little, too late.

    Drove my imported car to the levy but the levy was dry.
    Singing this will be the dat that California dies.

  • retired22

    I was thinking that the financial problems in Greece would be the beginning of the end for the world economy,….now I am not so sure!
    It may begin in California! Between the drought conditions & the new marine crisis below the pacific what remains of California’s economy may begin to buckle!
    California’s economy is as large as that of many major European nations.This could devastate the whole US economy,…and that is not even counting the rest of the region east of California.
    The problems go beyond the obvious economic crisis,….even without the present climatic situation.This is so because the increase in population is outstripping needed resources!
    In 1950 the world population was 2,555 billion people.In 2015 it is close to 7,400 billion people.There are not enough world wide resources to maintain this many people!
    California’s population in 1950 was 10,560 million,..today it is 38,500 million.Nevada now has 2,740 million people,in 1950 it was 42.335 thousand!
    the world can’t support this many people!

    • CO2@400PPM

      The marine crisis has a name, Fukushima. This global tragedy is killing the Pacific Ocean. Radioactive isotopes are bioaccumulating in sea life tearing down their immune systems. This leaves them open to illnesses and parasites. Hence they die. As do humans.

      • Priszilla

        Obviously we need more nukes, more nuclear power plants and more nuclear powered ships.

        • airedale

          The 1st World populations are dying back. The 3rd World populations are exploding. We would need less nuke plants if it wasn’t for the 3rd World population explosion.

      • Steve Watson

        Shhhh…you may wake some people up…even those that we previously thought had common sense.

    • Revolt to save America

      go read Martin Armstrongs recent news on GREECE, seizing peoples accounts to give to central bank instead of defaulting. Greece will create more panic than California, faster. when we see banks do bad things we know what that brings. Look at Greece

  • Heisenberg

    You live in a desert and now you’re running out of other people’s water. Why are you still watering your lawns and golf courses? The inmates (JB) are running the asylum out there in lala land.

  • UCSPanther

    Droughts have always been part of the natural cycle throughout Earth’s history. Many civilizations throughout history were either forced to downsize or outright scattered by drought and other natural disasters. California will be no exception.

    When I see pictures of huge mansions with lush green lawns out in Palm Springs, where the estate is surrounded by desert that makes even the dry seasons in the Interior deserts of British Columbia look lush in comparison, I cannot help but see it as a metaphor for California’s elite living in a bubble of their own making. Now that the natural order is reasserting itself through a major drought, that bubble will be breached by reality…

    • mmercier0921

      There was a reason the Spanish who settled the south west didn’t have to fight any indians… It was a frigging desert, no one lived there. The southwest is subject to drought/wet cycles that play out over centuries, not decades. One would like to believe that people with our technology could find a way… In the end, like all the civilizations who left us all the pretty ruins, the problem is the people, not the technology.

  • rentslave

    I guarantee one thing;The horses at Santa Anita will always have water to drink.

  • boob

    this is great read, but noticed religious fanatics commenting, possible paid shills to discount the message.

    • mmercier0921

      A tag team. One newer tactic, play both sides. I didnt check them out, but most have hidden profiles and tens of thousands of posts and X10 likes. Spotted one last night with 40 thousand posts and an astonishing 450 thousand up votes.

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      Enjoy your stay.

  • I’m from a third world country and No, You are wrong, California and US is worse than a third world country. Let me explain.

    We are poor as defined by the elite in terms of money, but we have plenty of water, good family relation, kids who don’t curse, cops are bad but not A**holes like in America. Government is bad but not diabolically evil like in America.

    We don’t have high taxes, crime, gang violence, traffic, insane political correctness, the nightmarish business environment. Even on 2 dollars a day, we live pretty happy than majority of Americans who can’t survive without xanax :)

    Yes. It does sounds like a far fetch idea, but believe me as a guy in a third world country, you are in way more deep sh**t than us. Government is fooling you, wake up

    • SkippingDog

      Are you in Russia?

    • explorer

      Correct !

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      Like Madonna sings.. “Last night I dreamt of San Pedro”

    • CO2@400PPM

      Well, that about sums it up. And this:
      An 11 year old street kid in South America was asked by a tourist how much money he made daily from begging, he replied ” it depends on what the central bank is doing “.
      (true story)

    • Revolt to save America

      no when we crash we will maybe see some of what you live, you can’t say living on 2 a day is good, and not all our cops are bad BY THE WAY, you don’t have it made like we do but you are use to that 3rd world living , so enjoy, You have no clue, AMERICA is still the best country , even living thru this hellish crap and crap to come.

      • Steve Watson

        Hate to say this, but America is the last hurdle to the NWO…once you have fallen (and you will) game over. And this is coming from a former American.

        • Guest

          Yep, once America falls, it’s game over globally. And Americans just don’t care.

        • CO2@400PPM

          You get the Gold Star

    • Steve Watson

      I live in Cambodia…transplant from Tidewater VA…let me tell you…life here is SO much better than ‘murica. No taxes, most friendly people in the world, no stress.

    • guest

      Very good post and Americans need to wake up from their drug induced slumber.

      • Wily

        And quit drinking the water & eating what monsanto produces!
        This country has been systematically destroyed, from Karl’s manifesto, tariff’s unfair free trade & the total selling us out behind the ill-loons doors!
        We forgot the One who made us great – traded Him for the junk science of Darwinism!
        Science point (100 percent) to a Creator – the 2 eternal futures, which will it be – I chose Him!
        *Roman’s chapter 1 explains it all very well!

        Jesus Saves

  • SkippingDog

    Fewer people in California would be a good thing. It was a much better place when we had only 15-20 million people.

    • brazos

      does’t matter, soon to be alta california,very few gringos, at least in southern cal.

  • CO2@400PPM

    “Ajustment to new realities”..I don’t think so

    EISCAT & HAARP are being blamed for manipulating heat in the ionosphere, then steering these super-heated winds to who knows where. California? Why? I’m very sure you are aware that it will, and is, destroying the food supply. (Right now the nut trees are burned up and we have a shortage in the stores down here on the Gulf coast)
    If this scenario is true, this amounts to Genocide.

    Or, we have screwed up the planet’s own whether system so royally, we have killed ourselves and the Earth. It doesn’t take a genius to see that the Biosphere is dying.
    If this is true, we sure haven’t wandered far from the caves..

    • mmercier0921

      It is comforting to believe humans can alter the planet to such a degree, but impossible. We are not equivalent to a flea on a dog. 90% of the biomass on earth lives under a mile of water or earth, and is not even aware there is a sun.
      Humans adapt, what is destroying humanity is political structures that prevent humans from exercising available options available to adapt to ever changing environmental conditions…
      Nuclear technology ended all power the problems, and therefrom most others.. Instead, we are only allowed windmills.

  • mmercier0921

    Capitilists eat cheezeburgers. Communists eat each other.

    • Gay Veteran

      capitalism IS part of the problem.

      from Paul Craig Roberts (assistant secretary of the Treasury under Reagan):

      …From my perspective the human destruction of the oceans is yet more evidence of the ruinous nature of private capitalism. In capitalism there is no thought for the future of the planet and humanity, only for short-term profits and bonuses. Consequently, social costs are ignored.

      Capitalism can work if social or external costs can be included in the costs of production. However, the powerful corporations are able to block a socially functioning capitalism with their political campaign contributions.

      Consequently, capitalists themselves make the capitalist system dysfunctional. We may have reached the point where the external costs of production are larger than the value of capitalist output. Economist Herman Daly makes a convincing case that this is the fact.

      While the powerful capitalists use the environment for themselves as a cost-free dumping ground, the accumulating costs threaten everyone’s life. It appears that nothing can be done, because the oceans are “common property.” No one owns them, so no one can protect them and their contents.

      What we are faced with is the most destructive force in history: the short-sightedness of humans. Humans are willing to destroy the environment that sustains them, the law that sustains them, the truth that sustains them. Indeed, humans will destroy everything that sustains life if they can raise their incomes for another quarter or another year….”

  • April 25th will mark one year since we left California, the state where I was born.

  • Illegal

    Another hyped media event story. When are we going to stop listening to these people and think for ourselves. The media has no valid scientific credentials yet they continue to spin dire climate stories . They have a very strict orthodoxy and anything outside of it is not reported. Remember the analogy of earth’s timeline being equal to one day. Man has existed for only for a few seconds in the last hour of that day. What do we really know about weather cycles. Supposedly the Pacific is very warm now and the el Nino effect is for a wet winter.

    Gov Brown and his minions have created a story where they can portray themselves as all knowledgeable saviors of the masses.Years of subsidized building with no actual future planning has lead to this quote crisis. Like the Anasazi you can’t live beyond the limits of nature. There is no place to escape to. Unless they want to go to Detroit and rebuild the city. Plenty of water!

  • Unite_Blue

    California needs to keep her Commi aholes in that State. Hopefully they’ll be so dehydrated that they can’t leave.

  • DookyDan

    The end of the dispensation of grace is very near.

    • James Staten

      People don’t realize how near, but we have a Blessed Hope!!!!

      • DookyDan

        AMEN!

        • James Staten

          EVEN SO COME LORD JESUS!!!!!

          • Priszilla

            He will solve your problem, because you are too lazy, or what?

          • James Staten

            1 Corinthians 15:1-4

          • James Staten

            1 Corinthians 15:1-4

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      Well, I don’t know about everywhere else.. but things are pretty peachy in Florida. I visit the 4 pools and 2 gyms here and chat with hot pleasant men.. at least until my bf gets his new car or truck soon.. which he will.

      • DookyDan

        Actually, it’s more peachy in Georgia and more orangey in Florida.

        • SunnyFlaSnotress

          figure of speech

          • DookyDan

            I know. Just a weak attempt at humor on my part. Sorry.

    • guest

      Yeah, I think we’re heading into the time of Jacob’s trouble myself.

  • Mark

    Read the Lord’s very sobering warnings about what is soon to happen…
    revelation12 dot ca

    • Black

      the lord smote the water plant?

  • How Not To Play The Game

    ………30 plus million whacked out Californians and their 20 million strong illegal shadow will be heading to your neighborhoods soon. The beast has taken the water and it aint giving it back anytime soon.

  • XSANDIEGOCA

    Pat Brown, Jerry Brown’s Father, would have been able to deal with this. Moonbeam is beyond the pale. For openers, what water there is will have to be diverted from agriculture. Water being dumped into the Bay for worthless bait fish can no longer be dumped. The Choo Choo Train is going to have to be put on the shelf. Longer term, desal and making a deal with Oregon to capture the water pouring into the Pacific from the Columbia River will become necessary. Oregon may balk but the prospect of 20MM Californians moving in might bring them to the table. The rest of the country is going to have to get some of their winter veges from China.

    • Gay Veteran

      don’t forget water for fracking

      • XSANDIEGOCA

        I don’t think we do too much of that out here.

        • Gay Veteran

          I’d say CA needs every drop:

          Waste Water from Oil Fracking Injected into Clean Aquifers

          State officials allowed oil and gas companies to pump nearly three billion gallons of waste water into underground aquifers that could have been used for drinking water or irrigation.

          Those aquifers are supposed to be off-limits to that kind of activity, protected by the EPA.

          “It’s inexcusable,” said Hollin Kretzmann, at the Center for Biological Diversity in San Francisco. “At (a) time when California is experiencing one of the worst droughts in history, we’re allowing oil companies to contaminate what could otherwise be very useful ground water resources for irrigation and for drinking. It’s possible these aquifers are now contaminated irreparably.”

          ..In “fracking” or hydraulic fracturing operations, oil and gas companies use massive amounts of water to force the release of underground fossil fuels. The practice produces large amounts of waste water that must then be disposed of….”

          • XSANDIEGOCA

            Well that is news to me. I am very surprised that got the go ahead. I thought all that was on hold. You are right!

    • Tranqual

      I’m in OR. Lunatics running the asylum.

      • XSANDIEGOCA

        My impression too. Washington looked interesting but it struck me as California with Rain. What is your take on N. Idaho?

        • Tranqual

          Don’t know a lot about it. My sister lives in Spokane which is close to Coer d’Alene. Cold winters. It’s a pity the politics in OR are so whacked because it’s a beautiful state, nice climate. I also have sisters/mom in Seattle area. Parts of WA are conservative but Seattle dominates. Vancouver (Clark Co) across the river from Portland is the most conservative county in the state. People fleeing from PDX. My father is talking about moving back to Wyoming. Was born there, wants to die there. It’s conservative and I’ve heard in the past top or close to it? people say happy in their state. Manischewitz it’s cold there. Cheney’s in Wyoming. I do spend time thinking about where to move. I’m inclined to think war is coming and it would be a good idea to get off the West coast. Have you done any reading about UN Agenda 21? In the name of protecting the environment they want to make huge swaths of land off limits to humans. I believe the real reason is control. I wonder how far they will get.

          • XSANDIEGOCA

            I have read about Agenda 21. My first take was this was complete lunacy! This could never happen. Then I reflected that 10 years ago I did not believe men would be marrying men and women women. Could not happen? In the environment we are in, I believe it is Jokers Wild. One good shove could turn us into a Police State. The water situation down here is a case in point. I read fines of a 1000 bucks will be levied on those nasty water wasters in Beverly Hills. Class Warfare? You be the judge. Appreciate your comments about WY. I am very attracted to the place. 90% of the inhabitants look like me. Ultra Conservative. How long will that last I can not say given Obama’s blatant refugee resettlement scheme but how much time do I have left? Could be just fine as a place to take it on in. If your Father likes it, it would be good enough for me. Cold weather is the only drawback and this not much of one.

          • Tranqual

            I posted another comment on this site and they said it would have to be reviewed…
            My dad is in his 80’s and not healthy. I think he’s taking on too much at this stage in his life, but it’s not my decision. I looked at Wyoming. It’s not just cold, but arid and mostly grass land. So I don’t think it’s a great place to grow food. Suppose it depends where you live. Montana has better soil I have gathered. Read about some people gardening up there. Last frost can be in June and snow can start in August. I can remember when US was the place to escape to. Now where do we go?
            I don’t think the hordes will be interested in being that far north. Wyoming doesn’t have very many people. Can’t believe Cheney is there. Agenda 21 would have them confiscating your land. It’s already being implemented incrementally by stealth. My father is conservative but doesn’t really get it. He likes Fox News and Huckabee (CFR). A while back I gave him a copy of “The Money Masters”. Heard of it? Seen it? He’s living in Newport and told me he passed it out to his friends and it caused quite a stir :-)
            My parents were essentially teenagers when they had me. My dad needs to get saved!!

          • XSANDIEGOCA

            N Idaho is not as cold as Wyoming but it cold. Looked at some properties around Sand Point, north of CDA. 10-20 acres, wooded, trout stream for around 300K or less. Sometimes a cabin, sometimes a ranch house. Anyway, throw in a couple of wood burning stoves, a solar panel and you can go off the grid. Definitely 4 wheel drive country. Very conservative, 2nd Amendment friendly. Hunting and Fishing are a way of life, what America looked like in 1960. Too old to head for NZ or Australia though that may be the last card in the deck.

          • Tranqual

            I have a book someplace that tells you how much of a wood lot you need to be self sustaining. Producing your own food and all that would be great. Hopefully they won’t have time to take everyone’s land. Preparing has to be done quietly. If the gov doesn’t send soldiers to take your stuff the hordes will be after it.

            One of the ladies in my bible study told me her husband grew up in ID and misses it. I think he was from further south, high dessert. Bend is high dessert. I can’t live without GREEN!

            My father used to make custom rifles. He still does some gun work.

            There’s a lot I’ll miss about the city.

            Ultimately I think everywhere will fall victim to the NWO.

          • XSANDIEGOCA

            True, all we are looking to do is to buy some time before…the Reckoning.

          • Tranqual

            I read “One Second After”. Cheesy and naive in some ways but informative in others.

          • XSANDIEGOCA

            I liked that book. It was about a 6 in writing style but 10+ in thought provoking. When “IT” hits, whatever “IT” is this society is so fragmented it will fall apart immediately.

          • Tranqual

            I think 6 for writing style is charitable :-) but I agree on 10 for thought provoking. Heard of goodreads?

            One person’s review, “At some point, the lady character who’s there to be a sexual foil for our boy John tells him, “I feel like I’m in some bad novel.” In my library copy someone wrote an asterisk next to this & at the bottom of the page wrote “You are.” funny!

            In light of the Jenner story, I would like to read this book “A Transgender’s Faith” by Walt Heyer “A Transgender’s Faith tells the remarkable true story of a boy plagued by the feeling that he should have been a girl. The tormenting thoughts intensify as he grows up, marries, enjoys his family, and builds an amazing career. Desperate, he secretly seeks out a radical treatment that promises relief, but could lead to devastation of all he holds dear.

            With the same resolute determination that propelled him to success in his career, he relentlessly pursues healing and wholeness, not giving up until he knows without a doubt he is safe in the arms of Jesus.

            A Transgender’s Faith courageously challenges political correctness and the gender change activists who say “Transgenders are born that way” by daring to share the powerful testimony of one man’s faith and restoration to his birth gender.”

          • XSANDIEGOCA

            I shall look that book up!

        • Tranqual

          What do you think of Wyoming? Anywhere in the South? Tennessee?

          • XSANDIEGOCA

            Wyoming has the best tax situation in the lower 48. You can carry. No restrictions on firearms. 500-600K population. A little windy. Would suggest Cody, WY. Only 90 miles from Yellowstone.

          • XSANDIEGOCA

            I grew up in the South. They have something down there called humidity. That said, Tenn is filled with good ole boys, fast cars, good gun laws and no state income tax.

          • Tranqual

            I know! Humidity, snakes and Kudzu. Tennessee comes up when you look for top conservative states. I wonder what it’s like in the “mountains”. I did a job in Alabama and went to Savannah and Charleston after. Drayton Place! walking around out there in May and your papers are damp.

  • Jackson

    Ironically if this is the case most will have to declare bankruptcy to get out of mortgages as they will not be able to sell their houses.

  • Black

    Isn’t water a commodity just like gas? If I can drive a car that gets 8 miles to the gallon, why can’t I have a shower with 6 shower heads pumping out 100 gallon per minute? I pay for both

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      That would be new and interesting, but the problem will likely be unilateral while commodities are multilateral.

  • XSANDIEGOCA

    Maybe it’s not the time to invite half of Mexico to move up? Just sayin’

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      More like the time to invite the companies to move down.

      • XSANDIEGOCA

        They already have. Handwriting was on the walls years ago after NAFTA. Was working in Michigan as a consultant to an auto parts manufacturer. It cost them $25/hr to hire an American. In Mexico, you paid $6/day and threw in a lunch. Company moved down Mexico within a year.

        • SunnyFlaSnotress

          See? They’re smart!

  • True Grit

    So mankind all die of thirst on a planet that is 70% water.

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      Oh, the bathos.

  • Rick

    Ezekiel 4:16
    Moreover he said unto me, Son of man, behold, I will break the staff of bread in Jerusalem & they shall eat bread by weight, & with care & they shall drink water by measure, & with astonishment.

    California Food Facts
    California is Americas breadbasket: Breadbasket: is an area of a country which because of richness of soil & ideal climate, produces an agricultural surplus which is often considered vital for the country as a whole. Rice bowl is a similar term used to refer to similar areas in Southeast Asia

    -California has been the #1 food & agricultural producer in the United States for more than 50 consecutive years
    -Over ½ of the nation’s fruit, nuts, & vegetables come from California
    -California is the nation’s #1 dairy state
    -California’s leading commodity is milk & cream
    -Grapes are second
    -California’s leading export crop is almonds
    -Nationally, products exclusively grown (99% or more) in California include almonds, artichokes, dates, figs, kiwifruit, olives, persimmons, pistachios, prunes, raisins, clovers, & walnuts
    -California is the nation’s leading producer of strawberries; The value in dollars is $700 million with 48,000 people employed due to the California Strawberry crop
    -California has the 8th largest economy in the world
    -California has a population of 40 million people
    -California is in a prolonged ‘extreme drought’ right now, farmers are going bankrupt, and out of business

    Ezekiel 14:13
    Son of man, when the land sinneth against me by trespassing grievously, then will I stretch out mine hand upon it, and will break the staff of the bread thereof, and will send famine upon it, and will cut off man and beast from it:

    Trespass: a violation of the law; pass over a boundry; treacherous (faithlessness, a readiness to betray trust)
    Grievous: to cause grief or sorrow; flagrant, that is obvious, noticiable; unashamed of sin

    Various News agencies; March 3, 2015
    NASA: California Has One Year of Water Left

    LOS ANGELES – various News agencies April 2, 2015
    Gov. Jerry Brown issued mandatory water restrictions for the first time in California history.

    1 Kings 8:35-36
    When heaven is shut up, and there is no rain, because they have sinned against thee; if they pray toward this place, and confess thy name, and turn (turn means repent) from their sin, when thou
    afflictest them: 36) Then hear thou in heaven, and forgive the sin of thy servants, and of thy people Israel, that thou teach them the good way wherein they should walk, and give rain upon thy land, which thou hast given to thy people for an inheritance.

    James 1:17
    Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning. (no variation or shifting shadow)

    -God is consistent in His dealings with man, & with nations
    -God judged Israel, a people whom had His laws
    -God will judge America, a people who have had His laws
    America has turned out back on God, and God is turning His back on America. We will soon find out if God is true, or is God’s Word is not true. Psalms 107: 34 states that God turns a fruitful land into barreness, for the wickedness of them that dwell therein.
    America voted for an Anti-God, Anti-Israel, Pro-Muslim, Pro-Abortion, Pro-LGBT, Pro-Socialism, president. This president went to Kenya as a senator to assist Ralia Odinga of the Muslim party to win the election. We saw atrocities back in 2008 in Kenya, and now another 150 students killed by Muslims. Why would Americans want Kenya to have a Muslim leader? Why would Americans listen to so called statesmen like former Pastor Stephen Mansfield who wrote the book “the Faith of Barack Obama”, and defend his book by stating he felt the Holy Spirit at Trinity Church??
    What Faith does Obama have Stephen? Did you feel the Holy Ghost when the pastor said G-DAM AMERICA??
    Well, we are going to be dammed (cursed) for sure!
    Did you feel the Holy Spirit as the gay choir director lead the backslidden church in false worship?
    Come on people, the ‘staff of bread’ is breaking before our eyes, but I see no REPENTANCE!!! We have guys like Stephen Mansfield who request pro homosexual clergy supporter ‘Desmond Tutu’ endorse his book that promoted Obama as a Christian.
    Please look up the words “lightning” and “heights” in Hebrew. Satan said in Isaiah 14:14 that he would ascend to the “heights” above the clouds. Jesus said he saw Satan fall like “lighting” fall from heaven. Can someone look up the Hebrew words “lightning” and “heights”.
    We are in the last days, apostacy is the rule of the day. TBN can host Stephen Mansfield, and other ministers and writers who have no issue promoting a type of anti-Christ in Barack Obama.
    The apostate church is growing more blind, while the true church or true Christian will understand what I am writing. Daniel said the wicked would not understand, but the wise would understand.

    • Gay Veteran

      bilge
      religion exists for 2 reasons:
      (1) man fears death
      (2) as a means of social control (obey the king or you’ll go to he ll)

  • Ross

    I love how all these articles on the drought in California always fail to mention the government geoengineering program designed to stop rainfall in California. When you ask Jerry Brown about all the reservoirs (not a single reservoir in over 40 years, and shuting down existing facilities) that are being constructed, then the truth becomes obvious. Look up people! Those are NOT water vapor trails behind all those high altitude jets!

    • Craig

      But ultimately GOD is in control, not man. Man is self destructive, we know that. When judgment falls, it may come from sword, i.e. other men or nations, that GOD allows to judge His people for their wickedness, and we may soon see beheadings right here in the USA; famine i.e. GOD controls this even if men initiate it; pestilence; again GOD controls this, even if men initiate the plagues.

      • Fed Up

        Not true. Not true. Not true. Not true.

    • brazos

      maybe they can build that boondoggle express train they want so bad all the way to the great lakes and haul water in by the bottle (sarc).

  • underaged

    Right, and the starting price of a house in SF is $1,000,000,000. Keep walking around with your eyes closed Michael – it’s entertaining!

  • Undecider

    The parts that look like a third world country have always looked like a third world country.

    • Linda

      RIGHT!!! fukishimah has done NOTHING, everything is normal & fantastic, let’s go surfing in the PACIFIC!!!!!

  • Robert Forrester

    Subject: AN OFFSHORE CONDENSER DESIGN PROPOSAL

    Sirs:

    I am a retired manufacturing engineer with aerospace background.

    I have conceptualized a solution to California’s freshwater shortage
    problem which uses the Cold California Current thermocline as a
    heat sink and the energy of the wind to generate air flow and to pump
    condensate to shore. My design employs the Coanda effect as a
    means to achieve wind speed amplification by a factor of five.

    My design can be tested on a shoestring budget. It is low tech and
    the review would require no special background.

    If you are open to a review of my design I will send you a description
    via conventional mail.

    Sincerely,

    Robert Forrester
    PS: I have also designed a rooftop condenser based on counter-
    current heat exchange. This is a low-tech construct which might be mass produced for $600 per copy. Given a cost of electricity of 15 cents per KWH it could produce condensate for
    roughly 25 cents per gallon.

  • art7

    Look at the cities in the United States… Detroit, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Gary, Pittsburgh, etc. Trash blowing in the streets, vagrants, drab crappy buildings, bridges falling apart, roads all pot-holed, dirty… Collapsing third world cesspools…

    Then look at Bubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha… gleaming high technology 21st century jewels. All of them were mud huts on the beach 40 years ago. Why aren’t US cities looking like that?

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      Two words.. Oil and Politics

    • Gay Veteran

      because we have money for war but not for infrastructure.

      remember, no war profits without war

  • CodyE

    Does anyone know how much residential wells cost in Southern California?

  • prisonerno6

    I had to stop reading comments since I was becoming extremely depressed. What the heck happened to the United States of America???

    • Tina

      We turned out back on God, so God is turning his back on the US. We only, only, only, turn to God momentarily in a crisis, and maybe quote a verse in the Bible. Tomm Daschle told congress after 911 that the Bible said “The bricks have fallen, but we will rebuild with hewn stone, the sycamores have been uprooted, but we will plant cedars in their place”, and Mr. President, this is what we will do. people cheered as Mr. Daschle quoted the bible. In fact he quoted a DEFIANT nation of Israel, that shook their hand in God’s face much like the USA today, and you know what? God went ahead and let the Assyrian’s (same ethnic group today that for the most part follows ISLAM) come in and conqueror the great empire of Israel. Period, end of story. Mr. Prisonerno6, what happened is the USA has a bunch of false prophets & teachers who have told us that God and the Bible are irrelevant. We shall soon see………

      • jakartaman

        Babylon is in its death throws.

      • Fed Up

        For the love of it all, please wake the heck up. Just because people identify themselves as christians in the united states does not mean that this country is a christian nation. our government has so much blood on it’s hands they could water the entire state of California for eternity with it all!

        I am so tired of people saying that america turned it’s back on god..this is b.s. The fact is that the people in the US are now going to know what it is like to take for most of the world’s poorest of the poor.

        What kind of christian nation allows people in other countries to be slaves so they can have stuff?

        What kind of christian nation does nothing when our government murders innocent people in other countries for oil, for money, for power, to put another puppet master in charge so they can control said country?

        What kind of christian people’s is so self absorbed with their status and way of life and lifestyle that they forget about everyone else and only complain and cry out for mercy when they and their families are faced with living in the nightmarish hell that most people endure?

        The united states of america is so obsessed with pretending that we have god on our side they have lost sight of the real reason we have all the luxuries and benefits we are losing. It is because we have such a ruthless, lying and deceitful government that is willing to do whatever it takes to ensure we remain in power.

        In fact in god we trust and all that god stuff in the pledge of allegiance did not even start until the fifties. So why were we so successful before then?

        This world is what it is. You can choose to make it better by being a better person OR you can choose to make it harder than it has to be by being self-centered. Just look at all the morons who cut you off in traffic every damn day to see the infection of self that is all over this united states of america. Then ask how many of those yahoos profess to be blessed by god and are christian.

        I am so sick and tired of this god nonsense. It is a cancer and scourge in our society. Created by the elite to control us and to make us the sheep they need. Without willing sheep they would never get away with any of it.

        End rant.

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      It’s still the envy of most of the world.

      • BabylonUSA

        Not anymore……

        • SunnyFlaSnotress

          No, no.. given a chance, I would say 9.5 out of 10 foreigners would love to have citizenship here.

  • djohn1

    And if someone was able to fix it then what?
    To fix it requires some very good engineering.
    Will that engineering be allowed? Or will it be declared illegal by the EPA?

    We neeed to fix the legal problems caused by bureaucrats as well as the physical problems California is enduring.

  • Antonio Ossa

    KEEP ON FRACKING, CALIFORNIA, YOU $TUPID PIECE OF $HIT STATE!

    • Malcolm Reynolds

      So when someone talks drought, the first thing that pops into your head is fracking? really?

      • Antonio Ossa

        FRACKING AND OIL DRILLING WASTE MILLIONS OF GALLONS OF WATER EVERYDAY!

        • Gay Veteran

          don’t confuse little Malcolm with facts, he’ll just fling his own poo at you

  • BillRind

    there filthy degenerate, perverted and vile legislature as well as there sodomite loving pervert Governor Brown of still continues to invite illegal aliens into the state knowing they do not have the services to provide for them, so whats going on here with this mentally ill communist liberal red diaper doper baby thinking, they have no water but continue in there madness of abetting illegal aline felons terrorists. some one explain this to me.

  • ZACh

    Well I am happy to see that all the retards are on here in full force fresh off reading a wildly inaccurate description of the California drought. Our leaders have made one mistake after the next in preparing the west for a drought like this and a lot of it comes down the the left trying to protect fish and the right allowing corporations to use billions of gallons growing almonds to sell in Asia or bottled water to be sold on the east coast. No matter who you idiots want to blame, this is not the end of the world as we know it, so for the love of GOD…… get a ******* grip.

  • New Man

    I live in OC and I wont move EVER

  • MarkinScottsdale

    California has long had the option of building desalination plants that can and will supply the water needs of both the cities and the inland agri-businesses for the next century. They are expensive and no county or city wanted to undertake the financial burden until now. A program of desalination plants on a major scale, plus towing icebergs in from Alaska, and “docking” them in the shallower bays of Northern CA and then collecting their melt and pumping it into the lakes and aquifers that have been drained is now becoming not only feasible but actually necessary for the short term. IF THE CALIFORNIA INLAND VALLEY IS NOT KEPT SUPPLIED WITH WATER, IT WILL BRING FAMINE TO OUR NATION AND MANY OTHERS WHO DEPEND ON THE CROPS GROWN THERE. This is not any time to discuss and debate. It’s time to implement various options and see what works best for the near term and the long haul as well. Pray for our nation! Pray for California. Both need all the divine intervention they can manage!

    • jakartaman

      Unfortunately, it will take leadership, which is absent in Kalifonia and the administration.

  • Priszilla

    We just get overrun by african refugees in Europe. Can we send them to California?

  • Alleged Comment

    Lieberalism is what DRIED the State up. When you sin the land will spew (vomit) you out.

    Remove the godless lieberals from your land turn back to God and the spigots will open up again.

    • Gay Veteran

      gee, explain all those tornadoes in the Bible Belt

      • Alleged Comment

        God vacuuming his house. Nice and clean there instead of dirty and dried up prune Nancy Pvussy state becoming like her.

        • Gay Veteran

          so drought in CA and tornadoes in the Bible Belt.
          in other words, nature at work “punishing” the “good” and the “bad”

          • Those comments

            Dear Lord, please grant me the ability to punch people in the face over the internets. Amen.

          • Gay Veteran

            Isaac Asimov: “Violence … is the last refuge of the incompetent.”

          • Alleged Comment

            Eat some dried prunes and the feeling will go away.

          • Alleged Comment

            California becoming like dried up prune Nancy Pvussy and Diane Frankenstein.

  • well, let’s change it…. Glass Steagall act bankruptcy, issue new credit for infrastructure. Build 10 more Carlsbad size desalination plants…

  • piccadillybabe

    If water is the new oil in terms of financial investment, what are we waiting for? Joseph Meyer, a financial guru, says this is where the money is going to be in the not too distant future. We have no one to blame but ourselves and the people we elect and the waste and mismanagement of our natural resources that ensues, i.e. fracking for one.

  • I want out! I am tired of the idiots running a state that had everything going for it. The weather was awesome, the jobs were plenty, there were affordable homes, people were respectful and thoughtful, schools were awesome. That’s all gone thanks to liberal politics and socialism. Hey, we are starting to resemble Argentina (and I should know, that’s were my family came from in the 50’s).

  • Edward Conley

    Yet Moonbeam still insists on fornicalia being the sanctuary capital of the United States…Pathetic..1500 illegals a day in Los Angeles alone..

  • daphne

    a SHOWER , even if under 5 minutes, DEFINITELY uses more water than a bath would.
    put the plug IN while RUNNING THE SHOWER and see for yourself.

    • HardCoreSmoker

      It depends on your shower head. They are rated at gallons per minute in the US. Most of them are around 1.5 per minute so you try and take a bath in a 40 gallon tub with 1/2 inch of cold water. What are using a fire hose nozzle?

  • none

    Great ADD above!
    I have not tried the 4 foot Garden. Above (The add states that GROCERY STORES FEAR HIM)!
    Just ordered it, have seen similar things before!
    Hate to say, but this was the (whipped cream) on top of the $tar buck$ coffee drink!

  • Teddy

    Stupid article…Northern Calif. has more water this year than it did last year. I hope millions leave…that will make it an even better place to live. If you want to see a real armpit, move to Las Vegas. Just got back from Lake Mead/Hoover Dam in Nevada. The Lake is down 60% and they will soon have to shut down Hoover Dam. Don’t kid yourself, Calif. is a great place to live – most people drink bottled water anyway. Get rid of all the swimming pools and lush green lawns and there will be plenty of water to go around!

  • GetReal4U2

    the drought in California is worse than it;s ever been…the water crisis is about to hit the fan…

  • Steve Hovland

    Go to YouTube and watch the videos about rainwater harvesting in 3rd world countries. If they can, we can.

  • amuncat

    No mention of the fact that Nestles drains Callie’s aquifers and resells them as bottled water…untreated They just found out that Nestles permit expired yeas ago! This should have been stopped immediately! After all, the head of Nestles believes that water should NOT be free! Go figure!

    Second, Callie is growing almonds by he heaps! Figure 1 gallon per nut…that’s right!
    Just like illegal aliens/immigration, Callie just doesn’t get it! Well, eat it!

  • iguana one

    This is a serious matter. We all can blame it on God’s judgement if we want. That is a fact. But the only thing left to do is what the American Indian did when they wanted rain: Pray and do a rain dance. hey! I know. Wash your car! That’s as good as a rain dance. No?

  • tacoma

    California gone dry? What happened?

    Why of course California has used up not only its water but water reserve. It takes a people who are stunningly short-sighted and greedy to do this.

    What do to? Why of course bring water from elsewhere. Build a water pipeline to the north at a cost of $30 billion, or maybe $50 billion. Don’t worry, Apple Inc. alone makes more than this in a month. Then strike a water supply deal with Oregon or Washington states. They will ask for an arm and a leg, even both legs. And why not, its their water. Get ready to pay steep for precious water. What about Canada? British Columbia alone can supply all of California without so much as a twitch. Forget about Canada. They won’t give a drop after what Obama has done to their oil pipeline.

    • Orange Jean

      Eh, ever hear of the California Aqueduct system? Which was designed (and built years ago) to move water from the northern part of the state to the Central Valley and south. Normally, California north of Sacramento has more water than it can handle… there have been lots of floods in the north and that is partly what the CA Aqueduct was intended to do, flood control with a system of dams, as well as the aqueduct moving water from parts of the state that had excess into parts that were arid… and in theory it makes sense.

      Also why it doesn’t seem bad to me that they had been growing rice north of Sacramento (south Sutter County for example), where historically there was too much water.

      The problem is if you don’t get the expected snow in the Sierras there is less of it going into the northern part the state… then the system doesn’t work the way it was intended and now we have problems!

      But, did you know that the Santa Ana River (which historically meandered throughout LA and Orange Counties, until it was channelized to go through LA and end up dumping the water into the ocean thereabouts)… is the river that caused more flooding than any other river west of the Mississippi?

  • Deb Louise

    Stop nestle from selling water

  • JustanOguy

    Interesting headline considering you don’t even mention what the effect is going to be on everybody’s grocery bills as the agriculture in California continues to dry up.

  • Mark Duff

    these are some of most intelligent comments i have read on internet…we are headed toward total collapse…economic and ecological…

  • HARLEYHOOCH

    Quit taking baths when you are not dirty. Wash off with a wash rag.

  • Jerry Buchanan

    and everyone will vote for Hillary Clinton and there goes our gun rights!!

  • horse777res

    GODS JUDGEMENT!!! Just the beginning.

  • Sonokar

    “So if you weren’t scared away by the wildfires, mudslides, high taxes, crime, gang violence, traffic, insane political correctness, the nightmarish business environment and…” The writer forgot to add CORRUPT GOVERNMENT to that list. In fact, the state should be renamed CORRUPTAFORNIA.

  • Realist489

    On a website called “The Economic Collapse” who would have thought they would spout doom and gloom nonsense.

  • CO2@400PPM

    Russia is the future.

  • dave

    It is all in Obama’s plan to make the white America pay the poor colored people they have taken advantage of.

  • Nick

    “Tank Girl”: Lori Petty, Naomi Watts, Malcolm McDowell, Ice-T. Was it another warning from the infamous Illuminati, an educated guess, or just a story someone thought would make a good movie?
    In any case, if you go out and survey, I’ll bet you find few people who know what’s going on, or understand the implications.

  • While the West Coast has been suffering from drought over these last 4 years, the East Coast (at least from NC to MD) has been the opposite. 4 years ago the rain turned on and has not turned off except for short periods. The Mid-Atlantic area used to drift in and out of periods of drought. Now drought is rare to see and when we do see it, it’s of short duration and localized. Our farmers are having trouble getting into the fields to do their Spring plantings because the fields are so wet.

  • JPhantom2012 .

    Mike….You ever watched the Water Conspiracies by Jesse Ventura….it will tell you everything…they keep taking down the video…A Damned shame!

  • Tranqual

    they are saying my comments have to be approved so you might not get them!

  • BabylonUSA

    Keep dreaming….hehe

  • BabylonUSA

    America is doomed….

  • BabylonUSA

    I think most people don’t realize how bad this is going to become.

  • Tatiana Covington

    Develop fusion power and desalination. Build NAWAPA. Water problems solved permanently.

  • konrad

    Remember Mad Max?? And a sequel is coming just for a refresher for all the non-brainers for whats coming.

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