Back in October 2000, the show "Dark Angel" premiered on television. The plot of the show centered around a genetically modified super-soldier Max (played by Jessica Alba) who is trying to rescue her siblings who were also a part of a secret government program called Manticore. The show intially got respectable ratings during it's first season. However, due to poor writing and other factors, "Dark Angel" got canned after the conclusion of its second season. Despite all of its flaws, the writers did an excellent job giving its viewers a glimpse at how REAL super-soldier program operate behind the scenes. Another factor of the show that people tend to forget is that the story took place during the aftermath of an EMP attack that destroyed the entire electronic grid/infrastructure of the U.S. Rumors of EMP attack false flags have been floating around for at least a decade. Many conspiracy theorists believe that the massive electrical blackout that hit the northeast region of the U.S. back in 2003 was a dry-run to test the public's reaction to such a disaster. So why should we be concerned about an EMP-type scenario? Yesterday, I ran across an article about a "Dark Sky" exercise that recently took place in several counties in Wisconsin a few days ago. The exercise was a simulation of a massive electrical blackout that would test the initial response of the general public, emergency services, law enforcement and National Guard units in the area. I'm sure that many Wisconsin residents were a bit curious about why such an exercise would take place in their neck of the woods. However, it's clear that the Dark Sky exercise, (along with Jade Helm in 2015) is just another foreshadowing of a potential "disaster" that will plunge the U.S. into a bleak, dystopian future.