Video: The “Mystery” of This Nasty Black Water Coming out of Texas Faucets Solved?

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Flint, Michigan isn’t the only place with polluted, disgusting water that authorities (at least at first) attempt to claim they are “baffled” by. It’s always rather ridiculous and hard-to-stomach when “authorities” claim total ignorance in these cases and the local media always back them up… Gee, what could possibly be causing black goopy poisonous water to flow out of faucets in Texas?

It’s a lot like watching someone stand right next to a bomb and then pretend they don’t see or hear it even after it has exploded.

Via Dutchsinse on Youtube:

Professionals (and officials) in West Texas are baffled by the appearance of thick black drinking water flowing through the town of Crystal City, Texas.

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  • Justin Thought

    Remember, not ALL that long ago, when your friend would say, “Oh, I’m so excited–I’m going on vacation in Cancun” and you would respond, “That’s great–but don’t drink the water!”? Now, when Mexicans tell their friends, “Oh, I’m so excited–I’m going on vacation in the U.S.,” do their friends tell them “That’s great–but don’t drink the water!”?

    We, the people, created a little organization called the government and charged them with the responsibility of managing our infrastructure–making sure we had clean water, proper waste disposal, good roads, efficient schools to educate our children.

    Somehow, though, these people have reassigned themselves to the task of “governing” us instead, doing everything in their power to “govern” every (worthless) penny out of our pockets, while outright stealing every bit of wealth from every nation they can get their hands on–all for the purpose of putting it into their own pocket.

    When your employees fail to complete their assigned tasks, even after repeated warnings, there’s only one thing to do.

    “You’re fired!”

    • Don Duncan

      After 200+ years it is painfully clear to all but the brainwashed that their “govt. employees/servants” have reversed roles. Now, the public are sacrificed by taxation, eminent domain, asset forfeiture law, currency depreciation ( a hidden tax forced on us by the Federal Reserve/govt.), and by oppressive regulation/laws. How much longer? When will the people just say NO! to govt.? When will they stop supporting their worst enemy? No terrorist organization has terrorized us more than govt. on all levels.

  • Phoenixsst

    Sediment in the water tower

    • I knew there was a reason why I never drink anything that didn’t come through a proper RO system first.

  • Q46

    Except shale deposits are well below water tables under impermiable rock and riser pipes from the wells are designed to resist earthquakes.

    If one breaks the fracking company would notice, not least because the don’t want to use oil.

    In any case water extracted for public supply goes through treatment plants were a contaminant such as oil would be noticed.

    More likely a water main somewhere is damaged.

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  • It doesn’t do much for the credibility of the water district’s engineering department either. A complete failure of a public water district failing to self report such a gross mismanagement doesn’t speak to their trustworthiness either. None of this has any bearing on the waking up of any flock.

    • Don Duncan

      Nothing “speaks to” the trustworthiness of a monopoly. Govt. is a monopoly on the use of force, and done with a moral blank check. If anyone is poisoned by the monopoly they defend as “essential” for the common good, it’s their own ignorance to blame. Problem is, they also insist (at gun point) on everyone else supporting their stupidity. No competition to govt. services is allowed. Why? Are they afraid they might be proved wrong? Are they afraid of the free market?

      • How can a monopoly exist in a free market?

        • Don Duncan

          American has always been a mixed economy, e.g., some free market, some govt. interference, distorting and destroying in the name of protection/safety. At first the free market dominated overwhelmingly, with no central bank, thanks to T.J. coming out of retirement to kill it. A backward, third world economy, being the freest in the world, quickly achieved prosperity and moral/cultural superiority by virtue of a new system called: capitalism. But is was not politically popular or intellectually defended. The moral basis of capitalism was not recognized and soon business/businesspeople got a bad name as they had all over the world where capitalism did not enjoy popularity. The link between the free market and our high living standard was slowly over the decades forgotten.

          Now, we have a monopolies that can only exist with the help of govt. Govt. does not protect us from business. It conspires with some special interests to exploit us. Always has. But now it is getting so bad that our past greatness has been stolen by politicians/business, and we are lost.

          • The freest market existed in 1987, but it came out of the chute under fire from Alexander Hamilton and his fellow british agents. The disadvantage of modern monopolies lies in their micromanagement. Anarchism has always been the most effective domain of the true capitalist. Nothing will change as long as humans continue to pursue business interests. Government was supposed to protect its citizens’ rights and property, but that was subverted by monied interests that wanted to predate the citizens. They have improved their survivability by replacing “liberal” education with minimalistic literacy and academic paths to personal advancement, which is increasingly being supplanted by robotics and AI.
            Jefferson had far less to do with killing the first central bank than Jackson did, having already predicted what the citizens’ responses would be to the opportunities created:
            “The spirit of the times may alter, will alter. Our rulers will become corrupt, our people careless. A single zealot may become persecutor, and better men be his victims. It can never be too often repeated that the time for fixing every essential right, on a legal basis, is while our rulers are honest, ourselves united. From the conclusion of this war we shall be going down hill. It will not then be necessary to resort every moment to the people for support. They will be forgotten, therefore, and their rights disregarded. They will forget themselves in the sole faculty of making money, and will never think of uniting to effect a due respect for their rights. The shackles, therefore, which shall not be knocked off at the conclusion of this war, will be heavier and heavier, till our rights shall revive or expire in a convulsion.”

  • Don Duncan

    I read the piece because of the dishonest title, eluding to the possibility of a solved mystery. No solution was offered, nor was there any explanation of why the author claimed authorities were covering up. Very bad reporting.

  • crazy2medic

    Every year as a firefighter they would send us out to flush the hydrants, when some hydrants were flushed the water came out black then turn brown and finally go clear, afterwards we, d test the pressure and the flow volume, very routine and normal!