More disasters in China
(Aug 12) A new potentially damaging earthquake occurred in the Xinjiang. Chinese authorities proved to be right as 31 people have been injured and hundreds of houses damaged. The shallow depth of 8 km combined with the locally measured magnitude of 5.8 (USGS statistics still show a magnitude of 5.2 at a depth of 35 km) makes this earthquake extremely dangerous for people living near the epicenter. Read more HERE.
(Aug 12) Chinese weather authorities issue strongest typhoon warning of the year. Powerful Typhoon Muifa brought high winds, pounding surf and torrential rainfall to many parts of far eastern China and the Korean Peninsula, causing more than 10 fatalities over the weekend. More than 200,000 coastal residents in eastern China were evacuated and thousands of ships have been called back to shore ahead of the arrival of Typhoon Muifa. Read more HERE
(Aug 2) Drought has left 4.28 million people in China suffering from drinking water shortage, the country’s drought relief authority. Read more HERE.
The first photo was taken on July 24 and shows the collapsed ramp road of a highway bridge at a construction site in Hefei, capital of east China’s Anhui Province. One person was killed in the accident. The cause of the accident is under investigation. The second shows the train crash on July 23 in China’s Zhejiang province killed at least 32 people and injured 200 more. These man-made disasters ymbolise the cost-cutting and corruption that plagues China. Read more HERE.
(July 31) At least 13 people have died in floods caused by heavy rains in northern areas of China, the Xinhua news agency says. More than 440,000 people were evacuated from the worst-affected areas. Reports say that thousands of houses were damaged, while tens of thousands of hectares of crops were ruined. Heavy rains also affected power supplies in some regions.
Rainstorms and floods in China have killed 355 people since June 1 and a total of 112 people are still missing, according to the National Disaster Reduction Committee. These disasters have affected nearly 68 million people and forced the relocation of more than 2.38 million people, resulting almost $10 billion of direct economic losses, the Committee said in a statement. Torrential rains have battered large parts of the country since June 1, causing a number of landslides and floods.
(July 30) Thunderstorms struck northern China, bringing heavy rain and causing traffic chaos. Downpours battered the cities of Beijing and Zhengzhou, along with the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
(July 21) Thunderstorms have been battering southwest Chongqing municipality – damaging homes and farmland, cutting power supplies, and affecting approximately 275,000 people since July 21. More than 1,500 houses have been damaged by the continuous storms and another 400 have collapsed, according to the flood control and drought relief headquarters of Chongqing. About 6,866.66 hectares of farmland have been affected by the thunderstorms.
END TIMES TRUTH
China is plagued by both natural and man-made disasters. Yahweh is keeping China occupied with its own troubles. Any attempt to invade the United States does not fit in with Yahweh’s Plan. The USA must fall from within, and not from an outside force – other than the Lions of Zion (LOZ) whom are helping to bring Yahweh’s Plan come to fruition. As Satan will someday self-destruct from the fire from within, and a little help from a holy warrior, so too must his prized child self-destruct from within. It’s symbolic and the way Yahweh desires that it.
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