The City of Greensboro and its media accomplices are deliberately concealing a 15-year decline in public water use that blows their whole dam argument right out of Randleman’s water! Why? Well double DUH! It’s being done to protect the dam scammers’ pride, reputations and jobs. Nobody wants their name attached to this fraud.
How do you think the state and the feds will feel about being scammed? The dam scammers must continue to pitch their false claim of water scarcity to keep citizens’ wallets wide open and minds made up for the completion of the Randleman Dam—and not get caught in this scam!
QUESTION: Why is there no public outcry for having been tricked into financially supporting an unnecessary 75% expansion of Greensboro’s waterworks!
ANSWER: Because 97% of citizens don’t have the facts and have fallen for the propaganda! Virtually all of Greensboro’s residents falsely believe that water use is steadily INCREASING (SOURCE: My 2009 Telephone Survey).
Citizens still believe the Randleman Dam is a necessity. They have been misguided.
That’s not surprising given the water-shortage hype they have been fed since 1995.
Even after seeing the numbers my pastor believes water use must be increasing! He said, "Those numbers can't be right."
It only seems logical to the folks that water use will always increase. That "logic" is faulty but it works to the dam scammers advantage. Now you know why the water department only publishes "yesterday's water use" and does not publish water use over the past 13 years the way my CHART has it. They are not stupid.
Here's a novel idea for all reporters, news editors and doubting bloggers - why don't you verify the numbers in my CHART by sending an email with the CHART attached to Greensboro water supply manager Steve Drew at email@example.com
Ask Mr. Drew if the daily water use amounts I have published from 1995 to 2008 are correct. How hard is that? After all, many of you have written several times in your blogs, "Well, if Baron's numbers are correct....." Does anyone think I am making them up?
Citizens, state officials and federal officials have been deliberately misled so Randleman’s abundant water would enable Greensboro to compete with Raleigh and Charlotte. The “surplus water” was supposed to attract manufacturers —but the window of opportunity to attract industry has been missed. So a new justification for the Randleman Dam has surfaced—drought. Drought is a dam poor excuse to purchase 53% of Randleman Lake!
The Randleman Dam is the scam of the century. Remember Project Homestead? The same officials and politicians running the dam scam were creating the Homestead fiasco. Project Homestead was tiddleywinks compared to Randleman!
Greensboro's citizens are using less water today than 15 years ago! Hello-o-o? And not a single Greensboro news reporter or news editor dares to walk on Randleman water!