Floods Are Happening Around The World

Maddox

Robin
Behold, waters are going to rise from the north
And become an overflowing torrent,
And overflow the land and all its fullness,
The city and those who live in it;
And the men will cry out,
And every inhabitant of the land will wail.
- Jeremiah 47:2

Heavy rains, typhoons, and floods are happening everywhere right now. China, Mexico, Italy, Belgium, England, and many other countries are experiencing floods on a level they've never seen before.

China


Mexico


Italy


Belgium


England
 

Godward

Robin
In the case of Belgium and especially Germany, it appears that the State and local governments intentionally let it happen, as it has been shown that they refused to act upon early warnings. The reason appears evident: letting these floods happen simply advances the global(ist) warming agenda. So, it's all for the "greater good".

See for example:

 

palsofchaos

Sparrow
Meanwhile in the Midwest we’re getting scorched. Major draught. 2 years ago we had excessive rainfall. The last couple of years have not been good for farmers.
 

ginsu

Kingfisher
How can you possibly make a prediction like this with any certainty? This sounds like global warming level speculation and kookiness.

Deliberate mismanagement leads to predictable problems

Defund water management, or force them to alter their approach. So that floods are bound to happen at some point. ( germany, belgium, netherlands )

Make sure forest keeping don't get enough funds to do a proper job clearing forests of dead wood and cut safety walls. A fire will get out of control at some point. ( california & australia )

divert rivers away from areas that rely on them to create unnecessary drought and problems for farmers. ( australia )

Don't cull the herd of animals in nature because its mean and even feed them extra. Then cry in the winter about massive starvation and dying of animals. ( netherlands )

Voila now you have your news articles and manufactured chaos that's needed to push more climate hysteria
 

The Penitent Man

Woodpecker
Deliberate mismanagement leads to predictable problems

Defund water management, or force them to alter their approach. So that floods are bound to happen at some point. ( germany, belgium, netherlands )

Make sure forest keeping don't get enough funds to do a proper job clearing forests of dead wood and cut safety walls. A fire will get out of control at some point. ( california & australia )

divert rivers away from areas that rely on them to create unnecessary drought and problems for farmers. ( australia )

Don't cull the herd of animals in nature because its mean and even feed them extra. Then cry in the winter about massive starvation and dying of animals. ( netherlands )

Voila now you have your news articles and manufactured chaos that's needed to push more climate hysteria
Yeah but how does one predict that major floods are going to occur within a two year timeframe five to seven years from now?
 

kel

Ostrich
USA will experience mass flooding events. Likely target date range is 2027-2029
Flooding is something I've been considering when looking at land to buy for my farmstead, but in the end there are just so many variables and "it would be nice if _____ in case of _____" type things, it's hard to know what to prioritize.
 

Foolsgo1d

Peacock
Nothing strange about it. The planet is changing thanks to external factors and when you add in the human problem you get what we have now.

Humans have changed the environment to such a degree that the normal flow of water is disrupted.That town in Germany and other towns like it in Belgium and Italy? They're in valleys or near rivers. Water comes from the top and filters down, where do you think that water is going to go? Into fairy dust?

China is so bad because they have developed land all over with no regard for nature and they have many dams and resevoirs in a place which has a massive amount of rainfall.

A changed planet and human stupidity makes things worse. But normies think paying more taxes will solve it! :p
 
Could be the DIEversification of the engineering and maintenance departments in such and such company here and there, likely a woman problem not a race problem, but upkeep on a dam is no simple task, I have an uncle who worked on many government dams. It's not even worth building one that's worth doing anything if you're not willing to spend the money on manpower and supplies to keep them working properly. Also, some of these towns may be below the water table, another urban planning flaw likely attended to by incompetent no-skills. Build your city above and away from flash-flood zones (in desert climates) and not surrounded by dams. I don't think this is a particularly biblical thing, unless its just God reminding people what happens when they place faith in stupidity.
 
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