A NASA study claims that after reviewing 7 years of drought in parts of the Middle East, and poor management combined with increasing demands for ground water have led to an exorbitant amount of water loss in the region.
As part of the NASA Gravity Recovery and Climate Expert (GRACE) researchers surmised that Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran are losing massive amounts of fresh groundwater at astronomical rates. An estimated 60% has been pumped out of reservoirs and wells while lakes are in consistent decline.
According to the study:
Climate change and overpopulation are being blamed as these countries face coming water shortages.
The increasing poverty in the region poses critical problems to the Middle East and North Africa. Droughts caused by man-made climate change are expected to become more extreme according to alarmist scientists working with the UN.
Kate Voss, lead author of the study and a water policy fellow with the University of California’s Center for Hydrological Modeling, claims:
McGill University published a study last year that analyzed data from global ground water use against computer generated models of underwater aquifers and concluded that the “groundwater footprint” of reliable resources above ground is 3.5 times larger than the known aquifers.
The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) document HS 15332 Climate Change Impacts - Securitization of Water, Food, Soil, Health, Energy and Migration explains how the UN plans to secure resources to use at their disposal.
Once those resources are under the complete control of the IMF they become assets to be reallocated back to the enslaved nations for a price.
This scheme makes water sources under central privatization cost more and become less accessible to those who desperately need it. Water prices rise while the quality of it diminishes. This forces natives in places like South Africa and India to collect water from polluted streams and rivers, which compromises their health.
The cycle in complete when those who had their water stolen from them through coercion die from contaminated water that they were forced to use.
In 2007, the IPCC stated that,
The British Geological Survey and the University College London have surveyed African underground aquifers and concluded that there are more than 100 times the amount of water found underground than on the surface of the continent.
Andrew Mitchell, the United Kingdom’s Secretary of State for International Development is delighted by this find.
This discovery could become the largest attempt at water privatization.
Water resources worldwide have succumbed to privatization, turning life’s most essential molecule into a global commodity. The securitization of water is a conflict of control over society and the right to life. It is a non-negotiable aspect of life on Earth.
The false flag threat of water pollution (which is being committed by the global Elite through multi-national corporations) is a cover story for the march toward complete control over all basic necessities required to live.
Precipitation levels and drought have been correlated by alarmist scientists to explain agricultural conditions that have been changing without long term studies to prove emphatically that the two are conditional upon each other.
Five years later, the IPCC published a study that explained that droughts have many different factors involved and narrowing down the blame on climate change is not apparent; although they maintain that 'man-made' global warming will cause an intensification of those effects.
Alarmist scientists are claiming that global warming is causational to the deterioration of public health, farming conditions, and the draining of the Great Lakes. This report was commissioned by the US government by way of 13 agencies working under the US Global Change Research Program (GCRP).
GCRP states that human activity, primarily fossil fuel usage, is responsible for climate change for the last 50 years. As a result, temperatures have heated up since the Industrial Revolution with a culmination revealing itself in recent years which demands a reaction.
Experiments conducting last year by the United Arab Emirates (UAE), successfully manufactured fifty rainstorms by scientists using large ionizers to generate negatively charged particle fields.
These structures promote cloud formation. Metro Systems International (MSI), the technology purveyors, claims to have “achieved a number of rainfalls.”
MSI scientists use ionizers to negatively charge electrons that naturally attract specks of dust in the atmosphere. Using convection, these particles are carried upward on air currents can become clouds at the right height. The electrons will attract water molecules from the air and condense them. With enough water collected, the “cloud” can create rain.
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The globalist-controlled Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPM) was involved in the MSI experiments to create rain.
MPM attributes industrialization, rising need for more resources due to population growth and greenhouse emissions to the current state of our planet and seeks to use scientific methods to manipulate our atmosphere to create their desired effect - to alter the climate so that the variations created will change weather patterns worldwide.
The Earthsystem Model (ESM) developed by MPM studies atmospheric-ocean systems with hypothesis tested and the integration of simulating natural weather patterns.
MSI is collaborating with meteorological scientists and researching and development projects for governments across the globe in order to fabricate rainstorms using Weathertec projects.
Weathertec has been around since 2010 wherein 50 rainstorms complete with thunder and lightning were created in Abu Dhabi where rainfall is scarce. This $11 project is an “innovative rainfall enhancement technology.”
MSI, working with the Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, president of the UAE, embarked on the rain-making experiment by manipulating electrons with ionizers.