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    Trillions Stolen …… Looting of a Nation
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    The Houston CON / Mud Flats 101
    Public Service Announcement … TEXAS is FULL of Financial and Land Frauds … Write This Down
    Remember Ross Perot’s GIANT SUCKING SOUND and the EVERYTHING is RIGGED in the Swamp / Sewer statements of THE DONALD J. TRUMP

    The VANISHING TRILLIONS EXPOSED
    Dear President Trump, Senator John Cornyn and Governor Greg Abbot …. Dear Congressional and Senate Members from Texas and ESPECIALLY the DOJ and FBI TEXAS IS A GIANT SWAMP / SEWER Full of FRAUDS and BANK / S&L / Mortgage Scams
    The Allen Brothers MUD FLAT CON
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    Maybe Those Are The Mountains of Conroe ?
    THE GOLDEN HAMMER FROM WOODLANDS SEES A LARGE PART OF THE PROBLEM
    The flooding catastrophe from Tropical Storm Harvey was largely man-made … Golden Hammer Woodlands 9-3-17
    Those Must be the Hi Peaks of the Katy Prairie or the Mountains of Spendora Maybe

    YES Sam Houston’s MUD FLATS …… It’s ALWAYS been a Giant Flood Land Speculation SCAM …… Milking The Flood Scams

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    Conroe, September 3, 2017 – On Friday, September 1, 2017, the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA), which operates the Lake Conroe Dam, released a blood-curdling video in which SJRA Executive Director Jace Houston attempted to rationalize the actions of the state agency which resulted in flooding thousands of home sdownstream from Lake Conroe and the endangering of hundreds of people’s lives during the Tropical Storm Harvey weather over the past week. For some odd reason, Laura Fillault (Woodlands Township Board), Mike Meador (Precinct 1 Coun)
    DO YOU NOTICE HOW FLAT EARTH IS HERE IN CONROE ? …. Yeah MUD FLATS

    see http://thegoldenhammer.net/the-flooding-catastrophe-from-tropical-storm-harvey-was-largely-man-made/

    SJRA’s Executive Director, conducted a briefing for elected officials on Friday, September 1, 2017, at the extraordinarily plush offices of SJRAadjacent to the Lake Conroe Dam. After the briefing, Houston invited elected officials to participate in his video presentation that Houston intended to release on social media.

    It’s understandable why County Judge Craig Doyal and Precinct 1 County Commissioner Mike Meador would participate in a video wherein SJRA attempted to explain its actions. Doyal and Meador are scions of the “establishment” and seek to fool the public even in the face of obvious catastrophe. Also with Houston during the video were Darren Hess (the County Emergency Management Director who was just following Doyal’s and Meador’s orders) and Lloyd Tisdale (SJRA President). The bizarre participant in the video was Laura Fillault, a Woodlands Township Board member who defeated Bruce Tough in the 2014 election and at least claimed to be a reformer and pro-resident politician. During the Jace Houston video, however, Fillault and Meador were the two participants obviously nodding their heads in agreement with Houston’s bizarre presentation.

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    Be-Aware of the FLOOD LAND SCAMMERS in TEXAS. Oh and BTW the AIR in that AREA and Lots of the Groundwater is Vastly POISONED as well. That Area of TEXAS will ALWAYS FLOOD ….. Write This Down
    We have flooding. A major flood still occurs somewhere in Harris County and Montgomery County about every two years.

    STAY AWAY FROM THE TEXAS FLOOD LAND SCAMMERS
    TEXAS IS A GIANT HOT BED OF LAND SWINDLES AND FINANCIAL FRAUDS

    Houston in 1873
    Shortly after Texas won its independence on the nearby battlefield at San Jacinto in 1836, Augustus C. and John K. Allen founded Houston at the head of tide on Buffalo Bayou to be the leading metropolis of the new nation. Sam Houston, elected first president of the Republic of Texas, was honored to have the city named after him and considered the site “far superior” to all others for business and government. The choice of Houston as the temporary capital meant that the Allens got a head start on their goal of making it the Republic’s most important city.[1]

    Not everyone agreed, however, and the second president of the republic, Mirabeau B. Lamar, moved the capital to the new frontier village of Austin in 1839. It seems, also, that the Allen brothers had exaggerated Houston’s access to the Gulf of Mexico. By the 1850s Buffalo Bayou had silted to the point that only shallow-draft and relatively small boats could reach the city, and the city and county combined efforts to begin dredging of the channel. The Buffalo Bayou Ship Channel Company began work on a deep-water channel in 1870.[2] When Augustus Koch published his bird’s-eye view of Houston in 1873, the city, with its 9,382 residents, challenged Galveston and San Antonio as the most populous in the state, railroads had linked it to the national railroad network, and Houstonians were ready to contest Galveston for preeminence in Gulf shipping.

    Both Buffalo Bayou and the railroads are evident in Koch’s view of the city, symbolizing Houston’s link between the interior of the state and the exterior world. Viewed from the northwest, the city sprawls southward from Buffalo Bayou, with the shipping terminals for both the railroad and the river boats in the foreground. The bayou is populated with rowboats, tugs, sail boats, and two river boats, the 175-foot long T. M. Bagby and its sister ship Diana, both described as “floating palaces.”[3] White Oak Bayou flows southward into Buffalo Bayou across from the foot of Main Street. The steamboats turned around for their return to the coast by backing into White Oak Bayou. To the east, a locomotive pulls several cars of the Galveston, Houston and Henderson Railway (which is casually renamed here the Houston, Henderson and Galveston) across the new $100,000 drawbridge, while leaving a billowing plume of steam that somehow blows in the opposite direction than that of the T. M. Bagby, nearby in the bayou.[4] Market Hall, which included the City Hall, did not open until May 1874, but it is shown on Main Street (2 on map) and featured in a detail at the bottom of the print. Much like a current-day mall, it housed retail shops, markets, professional offices, and a 1,000-seat theater. Unfortunately, the structure burned just two years later.[5]

    In most of his views, Koch called attention to the African-American community, and his view of Houston is no exception, as he identifies two churches (although he does not name them): one on Travis (which Koch misspells Traves) Street between Bell and Clay, and another on Rusk Street, near the corner of Rusk and Bagby.



    After the Civil War, which bolstered the local economy, dredging became a more viable option. The Bayou Ship Channel Company began major dredging operations in 1870, and the city began receiving federal aid to complete the project. This first dredging of the Buffalo Bayou was completed in 1876.
    The Land Speculation and Bank Looting Frauds of Texas are even MORE FAMOUS Than ENRON and STANFORD FINANCIAL and the Savings & Loan / Banking Scams of the FIREA and South West Plan ….. YES The MEGA LAND SCAMS of TEXAS
    HOUSTON HAS ALWAYS BEEN A FLOOD SCAMMING PLACE … A CASH COW If You Will

    TEXAS IS A GIANT SWAMP AND A LARGER SEWER OF REAL ESTATE SCAMS
    STAY AWAY FROM THE TEXAS FLOOD LAND SCAMMERS
    TEXAS IS A GIANT HOT BED OF LAND SWINDLES AND FINANCIAL FRAUDS

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    Harris County’s Flooding History
    Flooded from the Beginning <—–<<<<
    When the Allen brothers founded Houston in 1836, they established the town at the confluence of Buffalo and White Oak Bayous. Shortly thereafter, every structure in the new settlement flooded. Early settlers documented that after heavy rains, their wagon trips west through the prairie involved days of walking through knee-deep water.

    They Drained The Land
    The new settlers didn’t like this natural flooding because it wasn’t conducive to building towns or farming the land. So, they set out to “drain” the land, and to clear it of much of its natural habitat for agriculture or timber for construction.

    However, there is a big difference between drainage and flooding. The settlers wanted to “drain” the land, which meant they wanted to make the water go away. They did it without any purpose, other than to make the water go away in a reasonable time and to make the channels flow downhill. As the channels got deeper, they also got wider. The early residents didn’t plan with any particular rainfall amount in mind.

    The Rains Kept Coming
    Harris County suffered through 16 major floods from 1836 to 1936, some of which crested at more than 40 feet, turning downtown Houston streets into raging rivers. After the tremendously destructive floods of 1929 and 1935, however, citizens clamored for solutions. Estimated property damage in 1929 was $1.4 million, a staggering sum at the time. Losses more than doubled in 1935, when seven people were killed and the Port of Houston was crippled for months – its docks submerged, its channel clogged with tons of mud and wreckage, its railroad tracks uprooted. Twenty-five blocks of the downtown business district were inundated, as well as 100 residential blocks. If ever there was a county in need of flood assistance, this was it.
    Action Was Needed

    Politically, the timing couldn’t have been better. All across America during the 1920s and ’30s, the federal government was financing huge water infrastructure projects, damming great rivers at a pace no previous civilization could have imagined – converting deserts to fertile farmland with irrigation in the West, submerging farmland in the East to create reservoirs for power. Major projects were funded through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which for years employed the nation’s only civil engineering experts. Houston’s commercial future hinged on its ability to tap into this federal machine, but it needed a local agency to serve as a sponsor.

    Action Was Taken
    On April 23,1937, after local leaders submitted a petition with dramatic photographs of past flood devastation, the 45th Texas Legislature unanimously passed the bill which created the Harris County Flood Control District.

    Nature Always Prevails
    Since the District’s creation, and despite a history of successful flood damage reduction projects and progress throughout Harris County, close to 30 damaging floods have occurred in the area, resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in damages in just under 70 years. However, after the 1940’s, the Harris County area did not suffer what would be considered a widespread, regional flood, that is, until June 2001.

    Allison: A Name We’ll Never Forget
    Tropical Storm Allison suddenly formed 80 miles off the coast of Galveston, Texas, on Tuesday, June 5, 2001, no one expected that, five days later, it would go on record as one of the most devastating rain events in the history of the United States. Neither historical data nor weather forecasts could adequately predict this extraordinary storm that, before leaving the area, would dump as much as 80 percent of the area’s average annual rainfall over much of Harris County, simultaneously affecting more than 2 million people. When the rains finally eased, Allison had left Harris County, Texas, with 22 fatalities, 95,000 damaged automobiles and trucks, 73,000 damaged residences, 30,000 stranded residents in shelters, and over $5 billion in property damage in its wake. Leaving 31 counties with declared disasters in Texas, Allison went on to spread disaster declarations to Louisiana (25 parishes), Florida (nine counties), Mississippi (5 counties) and Pennsylvania (2 counties). Allison was the costliest tropical storm in the history of the United States.

    Flooding is OUR Natural Disaster
    Harris County doesn’t have earthquakes… doesn’t have blizzards… doesn’t have avalanches. We have flooding. A major flood still occurs somewhere in Harris County about every two years. Most of the flooding is in areas developed prior to the current understanding of flood potential and prior to regulations restricting construction in flood-prone areas. Fortunately, since the 1970’s, there has been flood insurance to ease the financial impact of flooding. Despite tremendous flood damage reduction projects that have indeed reduced the risk of flooding, more flood insurance funds have been paid here than in any other National Flood Insurance Program-participating community.



    THOSE POOR POOR POOR VICTIMS of those DIRTY RAT New York and North Carolina LAND SPECULATING – LAND SCAMMERS …… The Flood Plain Mafia from YANKEE LAND

    RUN THESE NUMBERS …… The DEEP SHIT of Harris County TX ….. I’ll Bet LOTS of the COLONIAS were WIPED OUT HUH and all those MEXICAN AND BLACK and WHITE Low Income Areas …… WOW …… all the UNRECORDED RED FLAG ILLEGAL NON BORDER COLONIAS They Flooded as Well RIGHT …… https://vimeo.com/157685301
    The Looted Trillions DEAR FBI / DOJ / US POSTAL / US HUD / ERIC…
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    The Looted Trillions DEAR FBI / DOJ / US POSTAL / US HUD / ERIC SCHNEIDERMAN Et Al

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    ALSO UNDERSTAND TEXAS IS A GIANT SEWER OF BANK FRAUDS AND REAL ESTATE SWINDLES ….. STAY ALERT
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