Extended winter, widespread floods, raging wildfires, damaged crops, zombie tropical storms and record hurricane downfalls for September.
Excessive monsoon rains continued breaking records, affecting millions of people across South and East Asia. September used to bring clear weather with less chance of rain and more pleasant temperatures… but we are seeing quite the opposite: heavy floods, cold and unseasonable snow.
Subtropical storm Alpha, which barreled along the Portuguese coast and through some parts of Spain, was the first event of its kind to be registered since weather records began. Entire beaches were consumed by rapid rises in sea levels, coastal areas got heavy floods and winds of up to 100km/h were registered in some inland locations.
Over 100 were rescued and 500,000 residents were left without power as Hurricane Sally brought down power lines in parts of Florida and Alabama. Insurance companies have put the costs of damage in the Gulf Coast region between $1 billion and $3 billion. And while the Gulf Coast was still recovering from Sally, tropical storm Beta caused flash flooding in the coasts of Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi.
If hurricane Delta had hit the US Gulf Coast, this hurricane season would break the record for the most land falling named systems in the US in a single year, surpassing the historic 2005 season, which had seven.
In Asia, tropical Storm Noul caused widespread damage in Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia and Thailand, thousands were displaced and at least 10 died.
And Istanbul, Turkey got a destructive combo this month with severe hailstorm, heavy rains, a waterspout and flash floods.
Winter is becoming the ‘new normal’. Autumn in the Northern hemisphere and Spring in the southern are giving way to colder temperatures and unseasonable snow.
September has left fresh snow in the Dolomites, Pyrenees and up in Scandinavia; early snow in Russia, and China, as well as in the US and Canada. And late snowfalls in Australia and New Zealand. Snow has been falling in areas where it’s not usually seen.
Many counties around the world reported massive crop losses from floods, hail, snow and even volcano ashes this month. Governments are paying too much attention to an imaginary enemy not seeing the elephant wreaking havoc in the room.
Beached whales and dolphins, as well as mass dead birds continue to increase, something that could point out to a magnetic pole shift and waning magnetosphere, another consequence of the solar minimum.
All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for September 2020:
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World War 3: China ‘no doubt’ targeting Taiwan as military activity SOARS, official warns
Joseph Wu, Taiwan’s Foreign Minister, made the claim yesterday during an interview with India’s WION news. He referred to a significant increase in Chinese military aircraft entering Taiwan’s air identification zone as an example of intensifying activity in the region.
Latest news is this with full moon is coming OCT 31 2020 God help all of us. Iran is tested for the 3rd day massive new missiles was successfully experimented. Iran is cancer of middle east and must be deal sooner than later.
World WAR 3 reshaping our planet?
China ‘equips its army with its most advanced hypersonic missile to prepare for a possible invasion of Taiwan’, report claims
Beijing is boosting militarisation on its coast near Taiwan, a news site reported
China has deployed the powerful DF-17 missile to the area, a source told the site
Experts believe the moves are signals China is preparing for a ‘possible invasion’
But a Chinese state-run newspaper branded the report as ‘merely speculation’
Comes after political tensions spiked between Beijing and self-ruled Taiwan
World WAR 3 is in full progress !!
The nuclear option: Fleet of B-52s – that carry the country’s airborne nuclear deterrent – line the runway before taking off within minutes of each other in show of force
Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana hosted a readiness exercise with eight of its B-52 bombers
The planes lined the taxiways as they prepared to take off at very short notice in a display of strength
The B-52 is a long-range, heavy bomber that can perform a variety of missions and has been the backbone of U.S. strategic bomber forces for more than 60 years
Is this for Iran attack code name attack without contact!!
Armenians in Barcelona protest against Turkish-Azerbaijani aggression and call for Artsakh recognition
We have a Christian Nation and no one there to help them?
Monsoon season for the last four years has been pretty dry for my area. Winters have been about average. We get down below zero a couple days a year. Sometimes pipes freeze. Sucks.
read all about it in Matt. 24, “harbinger judgments”… for those of you who don’t know what a harbinger is, it is a WARNING…
Yes this is why we have so much drama in the world. Also planet is shaking from extreme heat to extreme cold or revolutions in many nations such as Thailand, Iran, Iraq and wars and rumors of wars, We also know Bella Russia people are demonstrating and police with black hoods like ISIS attack demonstrators.
Belarusian police on Monday threatened to fire live bullets at protesters, claiming that opposition demonstrations against strongman Alexander Lukashenko were becoming more radicalised.
“Law enforcement officers and internal troops will not leave the streets and will use riot control equipment and lethal weapons if need be,” the interior ministry said in a statement on the Telegram messenger service.
Peaceful protests broke out after Lukashenko claimed victory in August 9 elections over a popular opposition candidate, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who claims to be the true winner.
Police have so far only acknowledged using riot control equipment such as water cannon, rubber bullets and stun grenades to disperse the protesters.
The Monday statement quoting the first deputy interior minister Gennady Kazakevich was the first time authorities explicitly threatened to use firearms against opposition demonstrators.
On Sunday, police deployed water cannon and stun grenades in Minsk and detained more than 700 people across the country, the interior ministry said.
European Union foreign ministers on Monday agreed to impose sanctions on Lukashenko, as the bloc seeks to step up pressure over his regime’s crackdown on protesters.
The EU has already imposed travel bans and asset freezes on 40 Lukashenko allies for rigging the election in August that returned him to power and orchestrating a crackdown on mass protests.
The EU had held back from penalising Lukashenko, hoping to persuade him to engage in dialogue with opposition forces to resolve the crisis.