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Did it burst yet?
 

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Patience. They are waiting for the new news cycle to begin and then the NWO operatives will help that bulge in the dam.
 

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The people in China are not the communist chinese party. A few rats controlling the masses.
 

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The people in China are not the communist chinese party. A few rats controlling the masses.
More like 40 to 50 percent. Most of the others were sent off to re-education camps and didn’t come back.
 

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China’s Third Peak of Flooding This Year Hits Yangtze River

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The Chinese regime announced on July 26 that the third peak of this year’s flooding season has arrived in the upstream region of Yangtze River, while the second peak reached the midstream area. Roughly 459 million people live in the Yangtze River drainage basin as of the end of 2017, with 51 percent of them living in rural areas, according to China’s Ministry of Water Resources (MWR). Since early June, heavy rain has hit the river basin area and large swathes of southern and central China. Floods and mudslides have been reported in over 27 provinces and regions. To protect the cities, Chinese authorities opened dikes and dams to discharge overflowing stormwater from rivers and lakes into rural areas, which caused tens of millions to lose their homes.



By evening July 27, the peak will reach Three Gorges Dam, China’s largest, according to the MWR. Due to rising water levels, regions along China’s longest river, Yangtze, and its tributaries Chu and Jing, as well as the areas around China’s two largest lakes, Poyang and Dongting, are at risk of being submerged or inundated, the MWR added. The Huai River, which runs through central China, is also facing more floods. The MWR Huai River commission announced on Sunday that water levels of the 620-mile-long Huai River reached past the alert line. On July 20, local authorities opened up the Wangjiaba Dam to discharge floodwaters from the Huai River for over 76 hours, submerging the Mengwa region in Anhui Province, home to 195,000 residents. Two days later, authorities discharged Huai River waters to the Jingshanhu area, home to 855 residents. This area is the eighth region along the Huai to be submerged intentionally. The Chinese regime has arranged for 28 locales along Huai River to discharge water due to heavy rainfall, according to state-run media Anhui Pictorial. The total area spans 1,507 square miles, 883 of them farmland. Authorities have also discharged waters from the Yangtze River to rural areas, but did not disclose details.



Floods, Mudslides On Sunday, Yibin city in southwestern Sichuan Province reported one mudslide, which killed at least two people, and buried local factories and houses. Yibin is upstream of the Yangtze River. On Saturday, Mao County, about 400 miles north of Yibin city, reported two mudslides, which damaged houses, gas stations, and roads. Since July 22, Chongqing city has reported mudslides in its Wulong district. On Sunday, a mudslide blocked a local river and threatened the safety of more than 520 residents downstream. Chongqing is also upstream of the Yangtze River. Though state media and authorities have kept mum about the flooding since early June, netizens across China shared flooding videos online, revealing the severity of the disaster. In central Hubei Province, stormwater inundated cities. Especially in Jianshi county, Enshi city, flood waters reached into residential compounds. In rural areas, the floods submerged houses and farms. In downtown Jianshi, the floods washed away cars and people’s valuables. At least two people died and three were missing in Jianshi. Authorities said the flooding in Hubei was the worst in over a hundred years.



As flooding overwhelmed Nanjing city in eastern China’s Jiangsu Province, local authorities recently admitted that a state-run construction company, Jiangning Urban Construction, had dug into a dam located on the Yangtze River’s tributary, the Qinhuai River, in order to build about ten restaurants and bars. The construction, which reached half the dam’s height, has damaged the structure and could cause an embankment breach if the dam collapses. Nanjing, downstream of the Yangtze, is home to roughly 10.31 million. Since early July, part of the city has been inundated by floodwaters. On July 18, the city reported that the flooding was at the highest level since records were kept in 1954.

https://www.theepochtimes.com/chinas-third-peak-of-flooding-this-year-hits-yangtze-river_3438778.html
 

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^^^

“This area is the eighth region along the Huai to be submerged intentionally“
 

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^^^

“This area is the eighth region along the Huai to be submerged intentionally“
Ironic that the justification for the dam was to prevent flooding?
 

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They left the end of the sentence unstated

The dam is to prevent flooding (where we don’t want, not necessarily where you live)
 

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The people in China are not the communist chinese party. A few rats controlling the masses.
They get the government they deserve.

There is NO WAY such a large mass could be held down against general will and consensus. Most of them, acquiesce to their jailers and tormenters.
 

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They get the government they deserve.

There is NO WAY such a large mass could be held down against general will and consensus. Most of them, acquiesce to their jailers and tormenters.
Only the government has weapons, the people don't.
 

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I love this one: They cut halfway into a dam to build some restaurants and bars... weakening it badly.

I wonder if they were themed restaurants and bars... like this:

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The tunnel goes all the way to the far side, where they put a plate-glass window in so the patrons could watch the fish...

Seems legit, considering...
 

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i went looking for photos, found one site, photos were pulled...
 

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Only the government has weapons, the people don't.
They have weapons, not guns, but still weapons. Almost all martial art weapons are repurposed farm tools. They also have the numbers...
 

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If they used the same crap steel and concrete they sent to the USA those residents better taking swimming lessons.
 

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To protect the cities, Chinese authorities opened dikes and dams to discharge overflowing stormwater from rivers and lakes into rural areas, which caused tens of millions to lose their homes.
 

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To protect the cities, Chinese authorities opened dikes and dams to discharge overflowing stormwater from rivers and lakes into rural areas, which caused tens of millions to lose their homes.
They also flooded thousands of food producing acreage.

Lots of starving people will wish they drowned. Meanwhile the CCP is in a pissing match with the only country that has a food surplus that can feed them.

The Chinese are in for interesting times ahead.
 

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Kinda explains this: China makes its largest ever purchase of U.S. corn. Far behind on its “phase one” commitments with the United States, China bought 1.76 million tonnes of U.S. corn, its largest purchase ever of American corn and also the largest sale of U.S. corn to any buyer in three decades, said the USDA on Tuesday.Jul 15, 2020 https://www.agweb.com/article/china-books-record-us-corn-purchase-also-buys-soybeans
 

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Naah, looks like Bottom Feeder photo shopped it to me....
 

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now I am po'd,

wtf is going to make the barbies for the holiday season?

serious end of the world type stuff
 

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Which is it “is breaking” or “faces mounting pressure”

Was reading the thread and came across this tidbit

This dam is so big and holds so much water - scientists say it slows earth's rotation by .06 microseconds w/39 trillion kilograms of water @ 175 meters above sea level.

SURF’s UP
 

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Which is it “is breaking” or “faces mounting pressure”

Was reading the thread and came across this tidbit

This dam is so big and holds so much water - scientists say it slows earth's rotation by .06 microseconds w/39 trillion kilograms of water @ 175 meters above sea level.

SURF’s UP
Oh no... That means the Earth's about to speed up and we're all going to fly off. The Flat Earther's were right. :shit happens:
 

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You can be darn sure the US Satellites can pinpoint exactly if and how much the damn is bending. Probably get a pretty good idea on if and when it could fail.
 

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Which is it “is breaking” or “faces mounting pressure”

Was reading the thread and came across this tidbit

This dam is so big and holds so much water - scientists say it slows earth's rotation by .06 microseconds w/39 trillion kilograms of water @ 175 meters above sea level.

SURF’s UP
Take a step back, look around and you'll begin to realize that many scientists have no fucking clue and many more are swayed in their 'findings' by the lure of more grant money.
 
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"Rumors Of Structural Faults " - China's Three Gorges Dam Could Be Nearing collapse

by Tyler Durden
Thu, 07/30/2020 - 21:40

Concerns are rising that China's Three Gorges Dam, the world's largest dam, could be on the verge of collapse triggering a devastating 250-foot tidal wave that would wipe out cities, reported The Sun.


Satellite image via NASA shows water moving through the Three Gorges Dam in mid-June.

A major concern, after several weeks of raging floodwaters rushing through the dam at 60,000 cubic meters per second, is that part of the structure has shifted under enormous pressure, potentially jeopardizing the structural integrity of the dam.

Rumors of structural faults in the walls of the 14-year-old dam have grown as heavy rains deluged the swollen Yangtze River.
China's secretive leaders - already facing a backlash over the Covid-19 pandemic which started in Wuhan in Hubei Province - have played down the threat.
But authorities are said to have quietly ordered the evacuation of 38 million Chinese in the threatened zone - equating to more than half the population of the UK.
Heavy rainfall is forecast to continue to pound the Yangtze River basin in the coming days after localized floods claimed at least 141 lives. - The Sun

Dam operators, quoted by local media, said there are two weeks before reservoirs around the dam reach maximum level. Floodgates were used earlier this week to discharge excess water but still not enough to lower water levels.

China's state-run Global Times quoted a local official that said the structure is "safe and in good condition."

A CGI video published on Twitter showed a potential scenario of the dam collapse, would flood cities along the Yangtze River.

We've recently highlighted speculation the dam could be set to fail.

Three Gorges Dam Overview

If a structural failure of the dam results in flooding conditions downstream, the Communist Party of China has a new scapegoat to blame the faltering economy, and or has the ability to wash away all the virus evidence in Wuhan, including the biosafety lab.


A CGI video published on Twitter showed a potential scenario of the dam collapse, would flood cities along the Yangtze River.

 

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"Rumors Of Structural Faults " - China's Three Gorges Dam Could Be Nearing collapse

by Tyler Durden
Thu, 07/30/2020 - 21:40

Concerns are rising that China's Three Gorges Dam, the world's largest dam, could be on the verge of collapse triggering a devastating 250-foot tidal wave that would wipe out cities, reported The Sun.


Satellite image via NASA shows water moving through the Three Gorges Dam in mid-June.

A major concern, after several weeks of raging floodwaters rushing through the dam at 60,000 cubic meters per second, is that part of the structure has shifted under enormous pressure, potentially jeopardizing the structural integrity of the dam.

Rumors of structural faults in the walls of the 14-year-old dam have grown as heavy rains deluged the swollen Yangtze River.
China's secretive leaders - already facing a backlash over the Covid-19 pandemic which started in Wuhan in Hubei Province - have played down the threat.
But authorities are said to have quietly ordered the evacuation of 38 million Chinese in the threatened zone - equating to more than half the population of the UK.
Heavy rainfall is forecast to continue to pound the Yangtze River basin in the coming days after localized floods claimed at least 141 lives. - The Sun

Dam operators, quoted by local media, said there are two weeks before reservoirs around the dam reach maximum level. Floodgates were used earlier this week to discharge excess water but still not enough to lower water levels.

China's state-run Global Times quoted a local official that said the structure is "safe and in good condition."

A CGI video published on Twitter showed a potential scenario of the dam collapse, would flood cities along the Yangtze River.

We've recently highlighted speculation the dam could be set to fail.

Three Gorges Dam Overview

If a structural failure of the dam results in flooding conditions downstream, the Communist Party of China has a new scapegoat to blame the faltering economy, and or has the ability to wash away all the virus evidence in Wuhan, including the biosafety lab.


A CGI video published on Twitter showed a potential scenario of the dam collapse, would flood cities along the Yangtze River.

It would be a great way to destroy evidence in Wuhan and cover up the world wide coup currently in progress
 

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going to 'underground bunkers' doesn't seem like the smartest move...unless your move is to see which one of them can swim
I was thinking the very same thing. It's almost like the authorities want to maximize the death count
 
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ABC News had on their news ticker that people from Wuhan are trying to get the hell outta Dodge.
 

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From SGTReport

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I just mapped it and it doesn't appear warped.... don't know how old google maps pic is...

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