The activist medium Today, for which no corona measure can be too drastic, has published a detailed article about the danger of brownouts. A taboo breaking in the mainstream media, as selective remote control of electricity is not only the result of completely wrong energy policy, but also a plan to implement the Great Reset. If there are power disruptions due to weaknesses in renewable energy, individual areas may be left off the grid. Even more errors are possible with smart meters.
A comment from Willy Huber
Herbert Sarug is rightly considered the “Blackout Pope”. He has been dealing with the realistic consequences of power outages for a long time, advising, teaching and lecturing. While the mainstream certainly reports blackouts, i.e. complete power cuts, arbitrary partial shutdowns are usually not an issue. What is even more interesting is that today, of all places, the topic of brownouts is widely discussed and thus reaches a large portion of the mainstream listening public:
If sufficient power is not available or cannot be delivered to some areas, scheduled shutdowns may be necessary. Every winter, Austria depends largely on electricity imports from Germany and the Czech Republic. But Germany itself is importing more and more electricity. Therefore, in a worst-case scenario, it may be necessary to shut down power to individual areas for a certain period with notice. This is called brownout.
The cause of the problem is clearly stated. Because ideologically driven energy policy relies more and more on so-called “renewable energy”, electricity supply is becoming more and more uncertain. Because the sun only shines during the day if there are no clouds – and calm winds are very common, especially inland. The economy and society as a whole require electricity continuously, not periodically. Leftist climate policy takes the West into the situation of developing countries, where there is often electricity only for a few hours a day – with generators running everywhere the rest of the day.
The dangers of smart meters that make the population transparent and controllable are not discussed. On the one hand, you can see what individual households need electricity for – and on the other hand, in the ultimate detail, you can also selectively determine what the electricity can be used for. If an authority decides that no washing machines are allowed one day, it will be possible in a few years. Using smart meter technology, brownouts do not necessarily have to affect an entire area – the state can also arbitrarily intervene in people’s private lives with greater precision.
The only way to counter this is to kick all left-wing parties out of parliament and make it clear to the remaining parties that as a society we expect stability, not a return to the Stone Age – e.g. We don’t expect complete control. The feeling of the great reset.