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ABCNNBBCBSFOX are screaming "drought" but in truth the irrigation systems are falling apart, victims of neglect & the US war policy

 
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ABCNNBBCBSFOX are screaming "drought" but in truth the irrigation systems are falling apart, victims of neglect & the US war policy
ABCNNBBCBSFOX are screaming "drought" as hard as they can
but in truth
those corn crops are for the most part grown in recovered areas which require forced irrigation,
and the irrigation systems are falling apart from years of neglect

The government spent your tax dollars on wars, Wall Street, and Israel.
Those farm lands are victims of the US war policy, destroyed just as surely as if they had been bombed.

America's Crumbling Infrastructure
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Millions of Americans rely on dams for water supply, power generation, flood control, irrigation, and recreation. Many of these structures are beyond their life span and are in desperate need of repair.

America's Infrastructure: Delaware Aqueduct
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The source of the sinkholes -- and all of the flooded basements in the area - is 700 feet underground. The Delaware Aqueduct is leaking, badly, in two places - one directly beneath Wawarsing. The tunnel loses up to 35 million gallons a day, enough to supply tap water to the entire city of St. Louis. And a lot of it is soaking into the ground beneath the neighborhood, and under Highway 209 - the only highway in town.

More importantly, Hinchey says, the tunnel's a symbol of what's wrong with infrastructure nationwide: It's decades old and falling apart. If it fails completely, Wawarsing could be inundated - and eight million people in New York City would lose half of their water supply.

Crumbling inland waterway system puts growers at risk
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More than half of the structures that are part of the U.S. inland waterway system for river barge shipping exceed their 50-year usable lifespan, according to the soybean checkoff-funded report. More than one-third surpass 70 years of age, a concern because major rehabilitation is usually necessary to expand the typical lifespan from 50 to 75 years, according to the study.
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Re: ABCNNBBCBSFOX are screaming "drought" but in truth the irrigation systems are falling apart, victims of neglect & the US war policy
I live in W Kentucky. We do not use irrigation largely on any farm within 100 miles. The rivers are dried up and last week was the first rain shower we have had in over a month in a half. Last I checked before the rain we were 22'' behind on rain fall. Call it what you want, but here it is a drought. Small farm owners wells are even drying up. Id love to see them even try to irrigate.
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Re: ABCNNBBCBSFOX are screaming "drought" but in truth the irrigation systems are falling apart, victims of neglect & the US war policy
More like the EPA over stepping its bounds.
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Re: ABCNNBBCBSFOX are screaming "drought" but in truth the irrigation systems are falling apart, victims of neglect & the US war policy
I live in the finger lakes region of NY we have had maybe a 1/2 inch of rain in months this is a true drought. They are completely separate problems. We are in a horrible drought and our irrigation systems are junk and falling apart.
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Re: ABCNNBBCBSFOX are screaming "drought" but in truth the irrigation systems are falling apart, victims of neglect & the US war policy
No $$ for US infrastructure but endless $$ for wars for Israel, it all started a decade ago after a false flag attack.

9/11, US and Israel:

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Re: ABCNNBBCBSFOX are screaming "drought" but in truth the irrigation systems are falling apart, victims of neglect & the US war policy
The infrastructure may be falling apart as well, but we are also in a drought.

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