Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Why You Should Reject FPL's Fracking Proposal

Revelations 8: 10 The third angel sounded his trumpet, and a great star, blazing like a torch, fell from the sky on a third of the rivers and on the springs of water— 11 the name of the star is Wormwood.[a] A third of the waters turned bitter, and many people died from the waters that had become bitter.

The Anti-Fracking Movement of Lee County (Florida) (we are blocked from commenting on the News-Press, so please feel free to comment yourself)

FPL wants to charge customers in order to invest in fracking according to a News-Press article. This is to form a partnership with an unnamed Oklahoma company. Meanwhile, Senator Bullard and Senator Soto are pushing for a statewide ban.

Meanwhile, you shouldn't count on the Public Service Commission (PSC), which voted to back off of promoting renewables and totally caved to FPL, Duke, and Tampa Electric. The PSC may be voting on the fracking measure by the end of December.

Asking to charge customers for promised future gains is a situation you may want to think twice about agreeing to. Remember what happened to Duke Energy customers in Levy County left holding the bag for over a billion dollars.

And we're talking about creditors of Enron here. Plus, if Dan A Hughes was in on that action, a company sued for illegal fracking practices. (see pages 13 and 14)

Furthermore, newly re-elected Rep. Ray Rodrigues promises to push his fracker-backed disclosure bills again, meaning they still want to bring fracking to the area. So, in effect, you'd be paying to poison the groundwater, which Amendment 1 is supposed to address. This means a huge waste of money, and the spoiling of precious, the most precious, of our resources: water.

What it is important for customers to realize is that FPL is actually NEXTera Energy, a transnational corporation. Fracking is part of an international agenda to use the United States for extraction and export purposes and the ultimate beneficiaries of fracking are transnational corporations and not the consumer. In fact, the consumer will be stuck with greatly diminished water resources in a time of burgeoning drought.

Furthermore,  Lewis Hay, III of NEXTera Energy is also a title director in Harris Corporation, a company that is invested in tar sands extraction and this means customers would be charged for the highly unpopular Keystone XL pipeline or its substitute. Lewis Hay is, furthermore, connected all the way up to the White House. Harris Corporation is part of the national surveillance grid and Department of Defense.

Not only this, but Harris Corporation has been spying on citizens via its stingray technology, which operates as a fake cell phone tower in order to perform an unconstitutional seizure of cell phone records.

No doubt with such close relationships with FPL and fracking, Harris Corporation shares said data with FTI Consulting, a private spy corporation based in Florida that has been also providing PR for fracking. FTI Consulting actually hired CIA agents to work for them, and was documented fomenting violent riots in Venezuela.

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