History Program: The History of Corrupted Water Thieving Scumbags


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 14 March 2018

 

HISTORY OF WATER THIEVES
History Event

Program: The History of Corrupted Scumbags

‘Mulholland … the Final Chapter’ this Saturday in Independence,
Sierra Wave, March 13, 2018.

"The subject of the history program is of one of the largest disasters to have taken place in California..."

(Not the dastardly diversion of Owens Valley's water...)

"...local historian David Woodruff will discuss the 1928 collapse of the St. Francis Dam near Saugus, the resulting death and destruction caused by its torrential flood waters and the affect in had on bringing William Mulholland’s career to an end."

The Thieving Bastard

"The St Francis Dam was an integral part of Mulholland’s Owens Valley–L.A. Aqueduct system. It was the completion of the Aqueduct that enabled Los Angeles to grow 500% in just 20 years, and engendered Mulholland to the status of deity among the citizens and chamber of commerces of the southland."

"The program Mulholland—the Final Chapter will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday March 17th at the Eastern California Museum in Independence. The program is free and open to the public…light refreshments will be served."

"For more information call 760 878-0258."

 

The Bottom Line

Mulholland’s Owens Valley–L.A. Aqueduct system is still today a key piece of the infrastructure in the Ongoing Rape of the State of California's Natural and Human Resources...

Today we Have the Corruption of Jerry Brown & the Democrats Raping California

St. Francis Dam failure parallels Oroville Dam crisis

 

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DEJA VU, ALL OVER US AGAIN

 

2005 Report Ignored by "Watchdogs"

FERC said Oroville was OK…

FERC is TOTALLY CORRUPT: remember ENRON?

2005 Report, “Smoking Gun.”

Oroville is institutionalized corruption

 

 

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