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Is This a Coverup to AVOID theReal Source of WATER?

Egypt Is Building A 100Km RIVER In the DESERT 
This project, likely, is a coverup for accessing primarywater – you can not convince me that Egypt or Saudi Arabia did not know abou tLibya’s Great Man Made River Project that was blown-up in 2011 by NATO and USA,Inc.. 
Libya’s water project accessed Primary Water – which is arenewable water source made continuously under the mantel of theearth and found everywhere.  
This renewable primary water source is hidden from the people so they will accept desalination, toilet to tap, toxic rain water reuse, and reuse and capturing of toxic ground water runoff. 

This vid states the water will go through a treatment process.  Again, we do not know if this is a deceptive cover for actually accessing pure clean drinking water ( continue to hide primary water from the populations. The Egyptian River Project also states they are in alignment with sustainable development goals – we know these goals are depopulation schemes for societies worldwide, wherein, reducing water access is a goal.  This is why I think this project is a coverup for an in plain sight construction of distribution of water to address the water needs in the desert for Egypt and Saudi Arabia.  
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Below are a few notes taken out of the video:
This river project is longer than the NileRiver. 
Note: the difference in the beginning of the video where you are shown an open aqueduct as proposed by Saudi Arabia and then large pipes to transport the water by Egypt.    
Artificial river in the middle of the desert – already 35% of the water transmission pipes have already been completed.
The world’s longest river in the desert 
5 billion dollars 
Goal to expand agricultural production in the desertand reduce out of country reliance on imported food. Promote jobs.
To ensure the availability of sustainable water resources for the generations to come, Egypt is has started building the world’s longest man-made river. Known as the New Delta Project, the construction of this ambitious megaproject is estimated at more than $5 billion. The river will span an immense 114,000 kilometres, easily surpassing the length of the Nile. 
This is a comment someone made under the video:
There were disappointing gaps in this video. The first question which came to my mind when I started watching the video was the route of the new man-made river. It was never shown. A related question I had, and the most material issue for this project: what is the source of the water that is being transported? There were passing references to recycled water,but this issue was not really addressed.
The importance of the water source question was highlighted by the mention of the Nile being diverted upstream by Ethiopia, with less water to flow to Egypt. It does not sound like the Nile would have sufficient water capacity to supply a “”man made river”” project, but this question was not addressed or answered in the video. The failure to address these fundamental questions leaves the video somewhat incoherent.
This video is a Coverup – to Hide the Water Source – which is Primary Water
Unbelievable! Egypt Is Building A 100Km RIVER In theDESERT
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The Great Man-Made River of Libya 1

This is a story of Primary Water and Why We are NOT Running Out of Water – 

Water is a Renewable.

The Bankers and Controllers DO NOT Want YOU to Know the TRUTH About Water.

Please – Learn What Water Really Is and Where Water Really Comes From  

HINT:  Water “Originates” from Down Below Earth’s Mantel and is NOT From Rain and Snow Melt.

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Back in 1991, at the opening of the first phase of the project, Muammar Gaddafi had prophetically said about the largest civil engineering venture in the world:

“After this achievement, American threats against Libya will double. The United States will make excuses, but the real reason is to stop this achievement, to keep the people of Libya oppressed.”


Now adding to what Muammar Gaddafi foresaw the truth of primary water as a renewable and available EVERYWHERE was to be suppressed at ALL costs. 

No one was to learn the Earth is the Water Planet and We Are NOT Running Out of Water. 


One of the biggest development projects that Libya’s murdered ex-president Muammar Gaddafi undertook during his forty-two-year rule was the Great Man-Made River. Gaddafi’s dream was to provide fresh water for everyone, and to turn the desert green, making Libya self-sufficient in food production. To make this dream a reality, Gaddafi commissioned a massive engineering project consisting of a network of underground pipes that would bring fresh clean water from from down below Earth’s mantel known as Primary Water.  Down below the Sahara Desert Primary Water was accessed for the many suffering from drought.  Gaddafi called it the “Eighth Wonder of the World”. The western media rarely mentioned it, and whenever it did, it was dismissed as a “vanity project” calling it “Gaddafi’s Pet Project” and “the pipe dream of a mad dog”. But truth is, the Great Man-Made River Project is a fantastic water delivery system that has changed lives of Libyans all across the country.


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Libya is one of the sunniest and driest countries in the world. There are places where decades may pass without seeing any rainfall at all, and even in the highlands rainfall seldom happens, like once every 5 to 10 years. Less than 5% of the country receives enough rainfall for settled agriculture. Much of Libya’s water supply used to come from desalination plants on the coast, which were expensive and therefore used only for domestic purposes. Little was left for irrigating the land.

In 1953, while searching for new oilfields in southern Libya, vast quantities of ancient water aquifers were discovered. The exploration team discovered four huge basins with estimated capacities of each ranging between 4,800 and 20,000 cubic km. Most of this water was collected between 38,000 and 14,000 years ago, before the end of the last ice age, when the Saharan region enjoyed a temperate climate.

After Gaddafi and the Free Unitary Officers seized power in a bloodless coup in 1969, the new government immediately nationalized the oil companies and started using the revenues from oil to set up hundreds of bore wells to bring fresh water from the desert aquifers. Initially, Gaddafi planned to set up large-scale agricultural projects in the desert where the water was found, but when the people displayed reluctance to move, he conceived a plan to bring the water to the people instead.


Schematic drawing of the project. Photo credit

In August 1984, Muammar Gaddafi laid the foundation stone for the pipe production plant at Brega, and the Great Man-Made River Project began. Around 1,300 wells were dug into the desert soil, some up to 500 meters deep, to pump water from the subterranean water reserve. The pumped water is then distributed to 6.5 million people living in the cities of Tripoli, Benghazi, Sirte and elsewhere through a network of underground pipes 2,800 km long. When the fifth and final phase of the project is complete, the network will have 4,000 km length of pipes that will enable 155,000 hectares of land to be cultivated. Even with the last two phases yet to complete, the Great Man-Made River is the world’s largest irrigation project.

The pipeline first reached Tripoli in 1996, at the completion of the first phase of the project. Adam Kuwairi, a senior figure in the Great Man-Made River Authority (GMRA), vividly remembers the impact the fresh water had on him and his family.

“The water changed lives. For the first time in our history, there was water in the tap for washing, shaving and showering,” he told BBC. “The quality of life is better now, and it’s impacting on the whole country.”

The project was so well recognized internationally that in 1999, UNESCO accepted Libya’s offer to fund the Great Man-Made River International Water Prize, an award that rewards remarkable scientific research work on water usage in arid areas.


US citizens protesting against US military action in Libya in Minneapolis, on March 21, 2011. Photo credit

In July 2011, NATO bombed the Great Man-Made River water supply pipeline near Brega including a factory that produces the pipes, claiming that the factory was used as “a military storage facility” and that “rockets were launched from there”. NATO’s attack on the pipeline disrupted water supply for 70% of the population who depended on the piped supply for personal use and for irrigation. The country now reeling under civil war, the future of the Great Man-Made River Project is in jeopardy.

Back in 1991, at the opening of the first phase of the project, Muammar Gaddafi had prophetically said about the largest civil engineering venture in the world:

“After this achievement, American threats against Libya will double. The United States will make excuses, but the real reason is to stop this achievement, to keep the people of Libya oppressed.”


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Fleet of more than one hundred transporters has altogether travelled a distance equal to the distance between the Earth and Sun. Photo credit


Transport of pipe segments. Photo credit


Work on trench digging for waterpipe. Photo credit


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Pine Mountain Club, California – July 20, 2020 Australia and the western United States have something in common–unsustainable water use and management practices. With temperatures rising over the globe, devastating droughts and wildfires are becoming a norm. Water scarcities have reached high-anxiety threat levels across many regions around the world, which then domino into food…

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Here is a video featuring Pal Pauer, from the Primary Water Institute who is being interviewed by Deborah Tavares. 05/2021


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The Garlock Project – Drilling for Primary Water in the Tehachapi’s

Pal Pauer’s mentor Hydrologist and Mining Engineer Dr. Stephan Riess was convinced that the primary water source for California City (California) originated from the Garlock Fault. His dream for testing his hypothesis materialized when Pal Pauer drilled two test boreholes adjacent to the Garlock Fault in the Tehachapi Mountains at a 6,000-foot elevation. The outcome is remarkable! The possibilities for water in Southern California are endless.

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Press Release Regarding Kyaani Kenya Water Well Project

March 18, 2019

In 2012, the Rotary Club of Santa Barbara North completed a successful, multi-phased project spanning several years from 2008 through 2012, in which a water well was drilled near Ngu Nyumu, Kenya, and infrastructure was added to transport the water to about 4,000 people.


In 2016, we again partnered with Evie Treen and geologist Pal Pauer to drill a well on the grounds of a secondary school in Kyaani, Kenya, which is about 30 miles southeast of Nairobi and in the same Machakos region as our first project in Ngu Nyumu.  The host Rotary Club for this project is the Rotary Club of Machakos Syokimau, a club that was started in 2014, and has several young women from the area in leadership roles.  William Muli is also a member of this Rotary Club.  William is originally from Ngu Nyumu and was instrumental in the management and success of both of these projects.


Evie Treen, who has visited Kenya many times and is keenly aware of the need for water in remote villages, made our club aware of the need for water at the Kyaani High School in 2016.  Evie is the founder of Friends of Woni International, Inc., a USA non-profit formed to help the needy in Kenya.  Evie is also the owner of Vision Adventure Safaris, the USA affiliate of Woni Safaris, a Nairobi company owned in part by William Muli.  We began raising funds for this project and ultimately obtained a grant of $13,125 from the Rotary Club of Santa Barbara North Charitable Foundation.  Other contributors to the project were:


Rotary Club of Santa Barbara North                          $4,000

Friends of Woni Kenya (Evie Treen’s NPO)              $1,700

Rotary Club of Oxnard                                               $1,435

Rotary Club of Machakos Syokimau                          $   100


Using Rotary International’s Global Grant process, these funds were matched by Rotary District 5240, which contributed $12,500, and by The Rotary Foundation which added an additional $18,587 using a Word Fund Match.  In total, over $50,000 was raised.  The money was spent to drill a water well and also to install a solar powered pumping system.


We were able to again enlist the generous services of Pal Pauer, who’s skill at locating well sites was used to determine the best site for the well.  Pal Pauer is a hydro-geologist from California, and was present during the drilling of the well.  The well site is actually on the grounds of the Kyaani High School, so the school board members acted as the Community Based Organization for this project.


Almak Aqua Drillers from nearby Machakos, Kenya, was again hired to drill the well.  The well was drilled on September 25, 2017 and water was reached at a depth of 210 meters.  On May 3, 2018, the pump, solar panels, water tanks and distribution system were completed.  Fencing around the well site was completed on June 19, 2018.  Training of the community in the operation and maintenance of the well, water handling and usage, and sanitation was completed by Kyaani High School staff on July 12, 2018.  The system is working at full capacity and is able to fill four 10,000-liter tanks of water every day.



The project was dedicated on November 7, 2018 by members of the Rotary Clubs of Santa Barbara North and Machakos Syokimau, as well as members of the Kyaani High School and local community, and a plaque with the Rotary wheel was installed at the well site.  The presence of water at the Kyaani School expedited the construction of a girls dormitory, which was completed in November 2018.


The well is maintained by the High School staff, with oversight from William Muli and other members of the Rotary Club of Machakos Syokimau.  The water is currently being used to serve the Kyaani High School and surrounding community of approximately 2,000 people.


RCSBNCF global grant request


Kyaani final report