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« Reply #280 on: October 06, 2009, 03:19:22 pm »
Thanks, Luckee.  I posted this in a bulletin. 
 
I used to report suspected water terrorism to various agencies, however, I never received a response.  That may be due to my computer hacked.  Fresno, CA is a prime example of how easy it is for outsiders to take our water, sewer and power infrastructures over.  No one oversees these departments and even if they did, a few lies is all it takes and it goes no further. In fact Schwarzenegger pleads for, and receives more funding so the operation in the central valley can continue!
 
Great information ~ thanks so much!!

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« Reply #281 on: October 06, 2009, 09:25:21 pm »
Thanks, Luckee.  I posted this in a bulletin. 
 
I used to report suspected water terrorism to various agencies, however, I never received a response.  That may be due to my computer hacked.  Fresno, CA is a prime example of how easy it is for outsiders to take our water, sewer and power infrastructures over.  No one oversees these departments and even if they did, a few lies is all it takes and it goes no further. In fact Schwarzenegger pleads for, and receives more funding so the operation in the central valley can continue!
 
Great information ~ thanks so much!!

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« Reply #282 on: October 06, 2009, 10:40:16 pm »
That is so true, Freeski.  Regardless of which way I turn, there is no way out of this for me.  Family, neighbors, friends killed; loss of properties; fake attorney; illegal distribution of assets; real estate fraud, insurance fraud and more in order for this group to secretly replace the water system on our properties.  Upon being caught the City prohibited reports, altered records, and issued a Restraining Order against me ~ deeming ME a "danger to THEM!"  Prohibiting me from help, justice for the murders, or restitution for what they did, while threatening me if I contact the City again, since I was instructed I can only contact the risk analyst who committed perjury to cover all of this up - he won't even acknowledge me! 

No wonder they laugh that no one will "ever figure this out."  Their victims are dead.   :'(


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« Reply #283 on: October 06, 2009, 10:52:18 pm »
That is so true, Freeski.  Regardless of which way I turn, there is no way out of this for me.  Family, neighbors, friends killed; loss of properties; fake attorney; illegal distribution of assets; real estate fraud, insurance fraud and more in order for this group to secretly replace the water system on our properties.  Upon being caught the City prohibited reports, altered records, and issued a Restraining Order against me ~ deeming ME a "danger to THEM!"  Prohibiting me from help, justice for the murders, or restitution for what they did, while threatening me if I contact the City again, since I was instructed I can only contact the risk analyst who committed perjury to cover all of this up - he won't even acknowledge me! 

No wonder they laugh that no one will "ever figure this out."  Their victims are dead.   :'(



You are so bang on.
"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." Martin Luther King, Jr.

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« Reply #284 on: October 08, 2009, 12:00:04 pm »
Themara, have you tried getting your info to Project Camelot? http://www.projectcamelot.org/
"• Our purpose is to provide a vehicle for researchers and whistleblowers to get their stories out.
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There have been over 10 million unique visitors according to the counter at the bottom of the page.  This may be a good way to get a heap of exposure for the truth about Fresno.

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« Reply #285 on: October 09, 2009, 12:51:35 am »
Thanks, PplVsNWO.  I will look into this but not sure how far I will get with a hacked computer.  My emails are intercepted; not sure online forms reach their destinations either.  That is why I continue the online posting and blogs, hoping that someone else will forward the info.  I don't know what else to do so I just continue posting.  But I will certainly check out this page.  Thank you so much for the information as well as your support.

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« Reply #286 on: October 09, 2009, 12:59:01 am »
LIES AND FRAUD BEHIND FRESNO'S NEW WATER METERS!

This is what the City of Fresno committed perjury to deny - followed by death threats and sexual harassment against me.  They REFUSE to address this operation. 

This is behind secret water diversion!!!








Today's blog ~~~>  http://fresnotowerdistrict.blogspot.com/2009/10/shocking-truth-behind-fresno-cas-water.html

While our city officials carry on with all their so-called concern over this water shortage, behind the curtains they are laughing that, "NO ONE WILL EVER FIGURE THIS OUT!"  

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« Reply #287 on: October 10, 2009, 07:23:24 pm »
Checked out Project Camelot.  Looks like a great site with a lot of information but I'm not sure what I can do other than send emails.  Which I did, but that means nothing because most likely, my emails will not reach their destinations. 

When it pertains to the water shortage issue, I do not hear back from those I contact.  My "fan club" also made sure I was severed from all - that way, no chance of help.  I am kept so isolated that if it wasn't for death threats (for exposing the operation) I would not even be sure I was still alive! 

Blah.

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« Reply #288 on: October 19, 2009, 08:34:36 pm »
Beware of Schwarzenegger's new Mono Indian Casino – Madera, CA 

CLICK ON LINK BELOW

http://missmarla.wordpress.com/2009/10/18/beware-of-the-new-mono-indian-casino-madera-ca/ 

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« Reply #289 on: October 19, 2009, 08:45:31 pm »
Somehow I think TPTB just might be thinking of the U.S.A. as a vacation land for the elites once the earth is depopulated.  Starting with California. 

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« Reply #290 on: November 07, 2009, 01:04:53 am »
COPY OF MY BLOG POSTED YESTERDAY:

I am deleting blogs; apologies to Gov't officials.

I am in the midst of deleting many of my blogs posted on other web sites.  I have gotten too carried away - blaming government officials for what WILBERT SWIESO has done.   

Mr. Swieso and his mob were finally caught behind the secret water diversion operation, which entails heinous crimes.  That included annihilation of my family, attempted murder of me, properties taken by fraud, burglary, poisoning, rape, and much more.  Properties were torn apart and rebuilt without permits or inspections, on top of the secretly replaced water system.   Public records altered to cover up the evidence.

Local officials refused to help, in fact the risk analyst lied and set us up for what transpired, then committed perjury.  Death threats and sexual harassment followed. 

In my panic and desperation, I reached out to State, Federal, etc. agencies for help and when they refused to assist, I blamed them for the bigger picture. 

My issue is local.  So my apologies go out to anyone who was wrongfully accused.  I am now in the process of deleting and mopping up my mess. 

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« Reply #291 on: November 07, 2009, 01:16:16 am »
Will you have recourse? 

What is being done about this.  Or are they being set up as patsies?

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« Reply #292 on: November 07, 2009, 03:20:05 am »
Nothing is being done.  I will now approach this in a different manner by focusing on other people/agencies involved - how long will they tolerate their names being exposed / linked to the heinous crimes that accompany municipal corruption / organized crime?  If this is what Principal Insurance endorses, then by all means, the public is entitled to know.  Including how their "top agent" acquires new "clients."

Wilbert G. Swieso, the self-proclaimed mastermind with 50 yrs behind secret replacement of the water system.  "Clearing the path" as he forges insurance papers, creates fraudulent insurance policies appointing himself "beneficiary", alters legal documents while reciting his motto: "You can't live for the dead."  It appears that in addition to forging, he may be changing the beneficiaries of his deceased clients (or fraudulent policies) as he recruits and "plants" his people - they go from rags-to-riches, even buying brand new homes and more.  In return, they serve as "credible witnesses" that nothing took place. 






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« Reply #293 on: November 10, 2009, 01:31:34 am »
TOLD YA ~ TOLD YA ~ TOLD YA this is where the secret water diversion was headed.  Friant / Millerton.

Schwarzenegger signed $11 BILLION dollar water bond in FRIANT!

Next you will see MASSIVE development in that area. 

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By Dale Yurong

Fresno, CA (KFSN) -- Governor Schwarzenegger returned to the Valley on Monday to sign historic water legislation which will go before voters next year.

The governor chose the Valley to sign the 11-billion dollar water bond because Fresno County is the region hardest hit by three years of drought and restricted pumping from the delta.

Governor Schwarzenegger congratulated local leaders for their work in moving the water bond forward. Two years ago at Friant Dam the governor talked about the need to increase water storage. He said, "Today we are delivering on that promise. It is a promise made and a promise kept and it's long overdue."

The governor put pen to paper and signed SBX7-2, a comprehensive package to rebuild California's water system. "I've heard the pleas of the people here in the Valley. I'm here today to tell all of you help is on the way."

Paul Rodriguez of the Latino Water Coalition said, "We choose to farm. It is what our parents taught us to do. It is what we will continue to do to feed their world."

FFA students from Firebaugh High were also on hand. Former Fresno Mayor Alan Autry says only future generations can determine if this truly is historic legislation. Autry said, "This is the day California woke up. It woke up from the nightmare from self-serving politics."

The celebratory mood though was tempered by the hard work which lies ahead - getting voters to back the 11-billion dollar bond.

Mario Santoyo of the Latino Water Coalition explained, "I think Californians are smart and they will realize this is a one-time opportunity for their children."

At the State Capitol Lodi Assemblywoman Allison Huber expressed her opposition to a delta governance committee which is part of the bill. Huber said, "It's the equivalent of having a coastal commission and only putting people on that coastal commission from Bakersfield, Fresno and Redding."

Others question earmarks such as 20-million dollars for "habitat projects" in Ventura County.

Governor Schwarzenegger said, "What some of them call earmarks or pork is for other people very important money to clean up the groundwater."

The governor also brought good news to struggling west-side families who have had to rely on regular food giveaways. He says state funding will continue the program through the winter months.

http://abclocal.go.com/kfsn/story?section=news/politics&id=7109463&rss=rss-kfsn-article-7109463    Governor Signs Water Bond in Friant 11/9/09

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« Reply #294 on: November 10, 2009, 02:04:20 pm »
The picture is becoming clearer now isn't it.

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« Reply #295 on: November 10, 2009, 02:14:20 pm »
This was my cousin getting into it with Paul Rodriguez recently. He's a farmer in Merced and he sniffed out that this guy is just grandstanding and playing ball with Arnie and the globalists.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMmkvdd3W0E
"Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacturing, are afraid of something. They know there is a power somewhere, so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so pervasive, they had better not speak above their breath."

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« Reply #296 on: November 10, 2009, 02:19:00 pm »
This was my cousin getting into it with Paul Rodriguez recently. He's a farmer in Merced and he sniffed out that this guy is just grandstanding and playing ball with Arnie and the globalists.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMmkvdd3W0E

Wow !  Your cuz.  At least he is getting the attention to there like it needs!!

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« Reply #297 on: November 10, 2009, 02:24:16 pm »
Wow !  Your cuz.  At least he is getting the attention to there like it needs!!

Yeah, I just recently found out about it. His whole beef was that Rodriguez was hijacking the movement and using the Latino coalition to compromise the movement with Arnie and the globalists' wishes.

And the fact that Paul was present at the signing today does speak volumes.
"Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacturing, are afraid of something. They know there is a power somewhere, so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so pervasive, they had better not speak above their breath."

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« Reply #298 on: November 10, 2009, 04:24:52 pm »
This was my cousin getting into it with Paul Rodriguez recently. He's a farmer in Merced and he sniffed out that this guy is just grandstanding and playing ball with Arnie and the globalists.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMmkvdd3W0E

Looks like your cousin had him pegged right - your cousin is a brave and wise man. 

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« Reply #299 on: November 10, 2009, 04:38:59 pm »
Mr. Universe, Bubba Skinner and a comedian.  Making themselves appear as heroic and concerned human beings as they lie, deceive, betray the public while lining their pockets.

Although the water secret diversion project did not begin with them ~ they were hired to misguide the focus during the final stages of a 50-yr project. 

Behind the facade, gruesome crimes and destruction of cities have continued taking place.  Burglaries, rape and murder are covered up as property is taken by fraud in order to carry out their "secret sidelines."  Talk of citywide chemicals to leave the public oblivious and complacent as the horrors continue right under everyone's noses while those at the core laugh that no one will ever figure this out.   

Long ago it was evident that these rallies were another farce - like Swieso said, the public believes whatever they are told.  This "water shortage" was planned 50 yrs ago - the evidence is all here.  So is the evidence that my family and neighbors were killed in order to pull this off on our properties; attempted murder of me.  Followed by perjury, death threats and sexual harassment ~ they are not done with me. 

Below: How the street was widened (destruction / reconstruction of street-lined properties) and altered property lines without leaving witnesses or complaints.  All structures rebuilt without permits or inspections on top of the replaced (clamped) water system.  Then the City of Fresno denied widening the street as well as relocation of fire hydrants, street lights, utility poles, etc. because the parcel maps and aerial views were altered to make it appear that things were always this way. 




Even using a fake attorney for the fraudulent legal documents - take a look at this for another shocking wake-up call:

http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=403660013&blogId=515828264  (CA State Bar Assn. / David A. Silva, atty)


More witnesses are coming forward - seeing Wilbert Swieso (self-proclaimed mastermind with 50 yrs invested into this) in action of everything I have been stating but what good is that when he is protected by the very agencies who lie to cover all of this up.   

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« Reply #300 on: June 13, 2010, 10:52:13 pm »
Marla, what's new?
"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." Martin Luther King, Jr.

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« Reply #301 on: June 14, 2010, 12:46:21 am »
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« Reply #302 on: June 14, 2010, 04:06:45 am »
Marla, what's new?

Hi, Freeski!  I updated my page somewhat.  www.myspace.com/marlalk4
It appearst that water scam # 2 is tied into # 1, which is how he (Swieso) has gotten by with so much.  He says our city officials are too "incompetent" to catch or stop him.  Also says the public is too "oblivious."  Bingo on both!  By recruiting various employees from the City, followed by altered records to cover up what is taking place, no one questions anything.  :(

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« Reply #303 on: August 01, 2010, 08:26:17 pm »
City of Fresno targeted Down's syndrome man in order to seize his properties by fraud ~ behind water scam. 

http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=403660013&blogId=536840407

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« Reply #304 on: August 01, 2010, 08:44:05 pm »
Hi, Freeski!  I updated my page somewhat.  www.myspace.com/marlalk4
It appearst that water scam # 2 is tied into # 1, which is how he (Swieso) has gotten by with so much.  He says our city officials are too "incompetent" to catch or stop him.  Also says the public is too "oblivious."  Bingo on both!  By recruiting various employees from the City, followed by altered records to cover up what is taking place, no one questions anything.  :(

Wow, I hope you've heard from the resident gurus here on gangstalking/TI stuff, because it sure seems like there's a lot of that going on here.
"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." Martin Luther King, Jr.

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« Reply #306 on: March 16, 2011, 12:15:23 am »
Marla:

Have you been watching to see where this $11 billion went?  The article mentions fixing "hardest hit" Fresno -- Did Fresno benefit water-wise?   Any news on this during our economic collapse?

Love, e

TOLD YA ~ TOLD YA ~ TOLD YA this is where the secret water diversion was headed.  Friant / Millerton.

Schwarzenegger signed $11 BILLION dollar water bond in FRIANT!

Next you will see MASSIVE development in that area. 

~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~ + ~


By Dale Yurong

Fresno, CA (KFSN) -- Governor Schwarzenegger returned to the Valley on Monday to sign historic water legislation which will go before voters next year.

The governor chose the Valley to sign the 11-billion dollar water bond because Fresno County is the region hardest hit by three years of drought and restricted pumping from the delta.

Governor Schwarzenegger congratulated local leaders for their work in moving the water bond forward. Two years ago at Friant Dam the governor talked about the need to increase water storage. He said, "Today we are delivering on that promise. It is a promise made and a promise kept and it's long overdue."

The governor put pen to paper and signed SBX7-2, a comprehensive package to rebuild California's water system. "I've heard the pleas of the people here in the Valley. I'm here today to tell all of you help is on the way."

Paul Rodriguez of the Latino Water Coalition said, "We choose to farm. It is what our parents taught us to do. It is what we will continue to do to feed their world."

FFA students from Firebaugh High were also on hand. Former Fresno Mayor Alan Autry says only future generations can determine if this truly is historic legislation. Autry said, "This is the day California woke up. It woke up from the nightmare from self-serving politics."

The celebratory mood though was tempered by the hard work which lies ahead - getting voters to back the 11-billion dollar bond.

Mario Santoyo of the Latino Water Coalition explained, "I think Californians are smart and they will realize this is a one-time opportunity for their children."

At the State Capitol Lodi Assemblywoman Allison Huber expressed her opposition to a delta governance committee which is part of the bill. Huber said, "It's the equivalent of having a coastal commission and only putting people on that coastal commission from Bakersfield, Fresno and Redding."

Others question earmarks such as 20-million dollars for "habitat projects" in Ventura County.

Governor Schwarzenegger said, "What some of them call earmarks or pork is for other people very important money to clean up the groundwater."

The governor also brought good news to struggling west-side families who have had to rely on regular food giveaways. He says state funding will continue the program through the winter months.

http://abclocal.go.com/kfsn/story?section=news/politics&id=7109463&rss=rss-kfsn-article-7109463    Governor Signs Water Bond in Friant 11/9/09


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« Reply #307 on: March 16, 2011, 01:04:42 am »
The only thing that is missing now, is a President who is linked to Arnold Schwarzenegger and Alan Autry - a President who would have an interest in continuing this so-called "water shortage" aka: secret water diversion for upcoming casinos!  Hmmmm....

"Trump For President??! What Could Be His Motive?"

http://www.facebook.com/#!/notes/marla-lee/trump-for-president-what-could-be-his-motive/189151774451284

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« Reply #308 on: March 16, 2011, 02:59:07 pm »
The illuminati love these photo's:  amazing...

http://www.ens-newswire.com/ens/nov2009/2009-11-10-092.asp


"It's the biggest infrastructure package in the history of California," said the governor

In Washington, Monday Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar took note of the signing ceremony in Fresno and pledged that the Obama administration would help California to solve its water problems.
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said the governor. "It's like a holy water war that has taken place over the last few decades here. Everyone was fighting everybody. It was north versus south, rural versus urban, Republicans versus Democrats, business versus labor, farmers versus environmentalists and the list goes on and on, fighting, fighting, fighting. And because of this division it blocked California from investing in its water infrastructure."

But see this;

http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php/California_Water_Bond_Proposition_(2010)

A California Water Bond is on the November 6, 2012 ballot in California as a legislatively-referred state statute. The measure is known by its supporters as the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012.[1]
The water bond was originally slated to appear on the November 2, 2010 ballot as Proposition 18. However, on August 9, 2010, the California State Legislature voted to postpone the vote on the measure from November 2010 to the November 6, 2012 ballot.


http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-water-bond-20100810,0,487380.story
August 10, 2010|By Patrick McGreevy, Los Angeles Times
Reporting from Sacramento — Worried that Californians struggling through the economic slump will reject an $11-billion water bond measure this year, state lawmakers acted Monday to pull the initiative from the November ballot and put it off until the 2012 election.

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger requested the postponement of Proposition 18, and he will sign the bill approved late Monday by the state Senate and Assembly, a spokesman said.
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« Reply #309 on: March 16, 2011, 04:08:31 pm »
Behind closed doors is 50 yrs of cities rebuilt on top of a secretly-replaced water system.  (Clamped-together, cross-connected trash. Major code violations)  Public records altered to cover up the evidence, which allows the City of Fresno (at the core of this) to deny knowledge or responsibility. 

Ringleader (Wilbert Swieso) says it is a Bonadelle/City of Fresno venture that began 50 yrs ago.  For upcoming development at Millerton / Friant.  He even took me for a tour of the area, boasting that no one would ever figure out how water laws/regulations were broken/bypassed.  Laughing that farmers were "too stupid" to figure it out.  Before going on, you can verify this on my earlier comments.

Now look - here it is - Bonadelle's new development in the Friant / Millerton area. 

http://abclocal.go.com/kfsn/story?section=news/business&id=7922415&cmp=twi-kfsn-article-7922415

From here the development will continue even BIGGER.  Where do you think the water is coming from? 

UN-altered records verify Mayor Alan Autry (Bubba Skinner) spent his 8-yr term lying about the water system.  He refuses to address the issue.  Others at the City of Fresno continue referring the issue back to the risk analysts - WHO ARE INVOLVED IN THE OPERATION - LYING AND COVERING UP - including setting property owners up for elimination in order to clear the path to continue this nightmare.  Autry authorized them to commit perjury to deny and cover all this up!! 

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=703340582

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« Reply #310 on: March 16, 2011, 04:22:18 pm »
the marla, I was reading some of your previous messages and was curious about something. You stated your computer is hacked. Have you tried sending emails from either the library or from computers at a net cafe or something? At least that way you can make sure the email is sent. If nothing else, create a free email account, and use it solely at the net cafe/ library, of course using a new, totally unique password. If your computer is compromised, I'd look at getting another one, cheap, and do everything you can to keep it from being compromised, even if you just get a small net-book that you can take everywhere with you. I would suggest using a library computer to change all of your passwords, but if your home computer is compromised, the minute you log in from it, that new password will be available to whoever is getting your info.
The resistance starts here. Unfortunately, the entire thing is moving beyond the intellectual infowar. I vow I will not make an overt rush at violent authority, until authority makes it's violent rush at me and you. I will not falter, I will not die in this course. For that is how they win.

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« Reply #311 on: March 16, 2011, 06:05:02 pm »
Hi, Georgiacopguy.  I have done all of that - only to blow it when I got back to my computer. 
By now, I have run out of time to continue on this path.  Alan Autry made sure I was left pinned into a corner with no way out - I vowed to scream all the way.  I did that.  He and his mob will get by with everything. 

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« Reply #312 on: March 16, 2011, 08:13:22 pm »
Well, for any security measure to work, it will take discipline on your part. But good luck in your efforts.
The resistance starts here. Unfortunately, the entire thing is moving beyond the intellectual infowar. I vow I will not make an overt rush at violent authority, until authority makes it's violent rush at me and you. I will not falter, I will not die in this course. For that is how they win.

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Re: Fresno? Any Word?
« Reply #313 on: April 30, 2011, 04:07:17 pm »
Wow! Rense.com picked up this story:

http://farmwars.info/?p=5902
Farm Wars

The Great California Water Swindle and Property Grab
Barbara H. Peterson on April 26th, 2011

Parts of California are drying up, such as areas of a once fertile, agricultural breadbasket in the San Joaquin Valley. What were lush, productive fields are now a distant memory. Why? Because the California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG) has decided to re-interpret the Lake and Streambed Alteration Program (DFG code, section 1600) to include the normal use of water as a “permitable” action.
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The division of water is as follows:

A whopping 48% goes to the environment (that means the federal government has control over it via the Endangered Species Act – ESA), and most of that water flows right into the Pacific Ocean!
41% Goes to Agriculture
11% Goes to Urban use
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Re: Fresno? Any Word?
« Reply #314 on: April 30, 2011, 06:02:02 pm »
Wow.  Thank you for posting this article - I reposted on MySpace and FaceBook.

As I have been saying all along - the water diversion operation began 50+ yrs ago.  City of Fresno is having people killed (inc my fam + neighbors) to secretly replace the city water system followed by altered records to cover up the evidence. 

Also seizing control of property and assets by fraud.  That is why reports pertaining to the accompanying burglaries, ID theft, verified forgeries, insurance fraud and real estate theft are prohibited as well - the City and their mob (led by Wilbert G. Swieso) are behind all of this! 

Upon being caught, Mayor Autry (aka: Bubba Skinner) ordered the cover up - in addition to the altered records was perjury, R.O., sexual harassment and death threats against me. Mayor Autry's accomplice, Wilbert G. Swieso, has a trail of doing this to his elderly estate planning clients - easily verified IF YOU CAN GET BEYOND ALAN AUTRY AND/OR HIS MOB who have the audacity to call me a "liar" while prohibiting reports so it can continue.  This is how they are clearing the path behind the secret water diversion op. 

Entire cities secretly rebuilt on top of this trash that is not up to code - of course they don't want to take responsibility for this mess so they alter records and deny all knowledge. 

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Re: Fresno? Any Word?
« Reply #315 on: February 24, 2013, 10:30:31 pm »



Pinedale enclave fights Fresno water cutoff plan

http://www.fresnobee.com/2012/12/12/3099771/pinedale-enclave-fights-fresno.html

By Pablo Lopez - The Fresno Bee
Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012 | 11:29 PM

Residents of a small northeast Fresno neighborhood are in disbelief that the City Council has voted to turn off their water on Dec. 31 -- and they are fighting back.

"What's going on? Are we living in a Third World country?" said Evangelina Balli, 70, who found out Wednesday that the city will turn off the spigot to her home, 25 other homes and three businesses in an area south of Herndon Avenue between Fresno Street and Highway 41.

They will ask a judge today to keep the water flowing.

The dispute involves the 29 customers of the Pinedale County Water District who have been getting unmetered city water since 1985. But that deal is over, city Public Utilities Director Patrick Wiemiller said, because all city water users must be on a meter by Jan. 1.

Wiemiller said the city canceled the agreement to make sure it doesn't lose 60,000 acre-feet of water per year from the federal government. An acre-foot is about 326,000 gallons of water -- a 12- to 18-month supply for an average family. The 60,000 acre-feet represents 40% of the city's water supply, Wiemiller said.

Pinedale water war



PDF: Lawsuit: Pinedale v. city of Fresno
http://media.fresnobee.com/smedia/2012/12/12/14/35/16tk1Q.So.8.pdf

The federal contract says city water users must have meters -- and the city can't force Pinedale customers to get them.

Pinedale district officials say they aren't opposed to meters. They just argue that their timetable isn't as fast as the city's. And they're not happy about what they feel is the city cutting off the water without properly notifying the customers.

Without a source of water, the affected Pinedale customers will be unable to fight house fires, bathe, clean house or flush the toilet, said Fresno attorney Neal Costanzo, who represents the Pinedale district. "It puts their safety at risk and it's a health hazard," he said.

Costanzo said the city left the district with no option but to sue.

The lawsuit filed Monday charges the City Council with unlawfully voting in closed session May 17 to turn off the water and then holding a public hearing the next week without notifying the affected residents.

The City Council voted 6-0 (Lee Brand was absent) on May 24 to cut off the water. No one at the hearing opposed.

Wiemiller said the city notified the district and didn't have any obligation to notify individual customers.

The dispute has those customers upset.

"What about the children? What about my neighbors taking care of sick spouses?" Balli said. Her neighbor, Tony Duque, 68, said: "I pay my bills, but no one told me anything about this." Both Duque and Balli said they like city water and won't oppose the installation of water meters at their homes.

The 29 Pinedale customers have been getting city water since 1985, when Highway 41 was turned into a freeway and took out a well that supplied the affected area, Costanzo said.

Over the years, the Pinedale customers got a good flat rate on the water, Wiemiller said. But when the deadline for meters neared, Wiemiller said, the Pinedale district was reluctant to install them. After the May 24 council vote, the city notified the district again, but the district declined to work with the city, he said.

"We got the silent treatment," Wiemiller said.

Michael Jackson, area manager of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which owns and operates Friant Dam, said Wednesday the federal government isn't getting involved in the dispute.

"Fresno and Pinedale have to figure it out themselves," he said. But he agreed Fresno is under a federal mandate to have water meters installed for all of its customers.

Pinedale, an independent special district formed in the 1950s, isn't required to have water meters until 2025 or within 10 years of becoming an "urban water supplier" to more than 3,000 customers, Costanzo said. The district has about 1,800 customers, he said.

Costanzo said the water district is willing to install water meters for the affected residents, but first the city must agree not to cut off their water on Dec. 31. As a temporary measure, he said the city could install a meter at the main -- like it does with county islands -- so the affected Pinedale customers pay a meter rate.

"We know the 1985 agreement has to go," Costanzo said. "We have asked the city to tell us what to do, but they have refused. Now we have to go to court to settle it."




The reporter can be reached at (559) 441-6434, plopez@fresnobee.com or @beecourts on Twitter.
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Re: Fresno? Any Word?
« Reply #316 on: February 24, 2013, 10:46:08 pm »

Fresno's watertower is really beautiful compared to the typical eyesores.  We need to clean up our water from the poisons placed to kill us.  We need to understand what is really going on with Fresno's water being diverted -- to who knows where?



http://historicfresno.org/nrhp/wtrtwr.htm