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Water being auctioned for millions of dollars in California as drought reaches extremes

by L.J. Devon, Natural News:

As the water shortage crisis in California rises to a boil, desperate farmers are coming forward to bid on the remaining steam. The Central Valley in California is indeed drying up, but private landowners who still have leftover water reserves on their property are now looking to cash in.

A California water rush is on, as water is being auctioned for millions and aquifers are depleted.

According to state records, two water districts in California are beginning to auction off their private supplies of water. The two landowners in charge have reportedly made millions off their water stashes. The Buena Vista Water Storage District has already raked in about $13.5

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2 comments to Water being auctioned for millions of dollars in California as drought reaches extremes

  • Tom Aumeg

    You’re going to see a lot of these stories in coming months. There’s a very strong El Nino forming, so California will get drenched this coming winter. It stands to reason that the worst part of the drought is the last part of the drought, so they’ll squeeze what they can out of the story, before it’s over. Then it will just disappear.

  • Tristan De Cuna

    This was all planned decades ago and incorporated into actions plans leading towards the implimentation of aspects of United Nations Agenda 21.

    Back in the 80’s and 90’s there was masses of ‘predictive programming’ regarding water shortages and drought on the US West Coast.

    Who remembers this absolutley amazing and ‘in-your-face’ TV commercial from the mid 90’s which could not be any more ‘predictive’ (even down to the Clifornia Dreamin track playing) in any way shape or form (must watch!):

    http://youtu.be/esEL_Ox_7S0

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