Professor Yarimar Bonilla …. “🇵🇷 What Colonial Rule Means for Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 …. “!!


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~~April 19, 2018~~ 

HERE’S WHAT  YOUR U.S. HISTORY BOOKS WON’T TELL YOU ABOUT PUERTO RICO

Hurricane María struck Puerto Rico with unprecedented force

Over six months later, the majority of the island remains without clean water or electricity and over 200,000 have relocated to the United States.

Video discusses Hurricane María and its aftermath.

PUERTO RICO, HURRICANE MARIA AND THE CRISIS OF COLONIALISM

Professor Yarimar Bonilla

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~~GALLERY~~ 

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Puerto Rico Loses Power …. 🇵🇷 Islandwide Again …. WTH? 🇵🇷 …. “!!


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~~April 19, 2018~~ 

IT’S RESTORING, NOT UPDATING

My heart and soul ache for my country.

There’s so much need and so little help from the ‘owner’ of the colony.

The governance of the mighty, imperialistic U.S. of A. doesn’t care.

That says a lot to me!

I know where my loyalty lies.

HortyRex©

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~BREAKING: Island of Puerto Rico Experiencing Blackout~

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Puerto Rico has experienced an islandwide blackout seven months after Hurricane María hit the island and devastated much of its infrastructure.

Every single power customer on the U.S. territory is without power, NPR’s Adrian Florido reports from San Juan.

More than 3 million people are affected. It’s the first total blackout since Hurricane María.

PREPA, Puerto Rico’s electrical utility, says a fault was detected on a transmission line between two power plants and that service will be restored gradually. It could take 24 to 36 hours for power to be restored for some customers, the utility says.

Hospitals, the island’s main airport, water pumping systems and banking centers will receive priority as PREPA works to restore service.

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This is the first complete blackout since the hurricane, but over that seven-month span, the island had never restored full service. Before this blackout began, The Associated Press says, 40,000 people in Puerto Rico still had not regained “normal electricity service.”

In February, an explosion at a power substation plunged San Juan back into darkness. Earlier this month, a tree fell on a transmission line and cut power to more than half the island’s population, as Adrian has reported:

“The accident occurred in the region of Cayey, where crews were working to restore power to people still waiting nearly seven months after Hurricane María. Increasingly, that work requires clearing away heavily forested mountainsides to gain access to the large utility poles that carry transmission lines from one mountain peak to the next. “It was during that kind of work that a tree falling toward the ground made contact with the power line instead.

~Why is it so hard for power to be restored in Puerto Rico?~

As Tim Webber reported for NPR last fall, the island is struggling with an “outdated, aboveground power grid” that has lagged behind infrastructure improvements in the rest of America.

“As it appears in … full read/full credit”

https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2018/04/18/603569966/puerto-rico-loses-power-again

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WE REMEMBER HOW THIS TURNED OUT!

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The job of restoring power on Puerto Rico after Hurricane María is mammoth in size

And a contract held by a subsidiary of Oklahoma City-based Mammoth Energy Services involved in doing the work is getting big, too.

“As it appears in … full read/full credit”

http://newsok.com/article/5585539/mammoth-energy-services-contract-to-restore-power-in-puerto-rico-doubles-in-size-again

Puerto Rico Risks Historic Default As Congress Chooses Inaction

#HurricaneMaria #USTerritory #USColony #USPossession #SevenMonthsAfter #IslandwideBlackout #WhitefishEnergy #CobraEnergy #MammothEnergyServices #PuertoRicanLivesMatter #HeartSoulAche #MyCountry #SecondClassCitizens #AguirrePlant #PuertoRicanLivesMatter

#WeAlllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #HortyRex #hrexachwordpress

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MY HEART AND SOUL ACHE FOR MY COUNTRY!! 

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