After Global Times mock Europe flood, 河南郑州 kenna flood 9696

zoossh

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karma.........
I wouldn’t say that even though there is a lot of wrongdoings. Having a flood that kills just means loss of income to fund aggression but eventually they will still be done, so it doesn’t help the victims

actually now with a large downturn in manufacturing, it is a good time for china to decrease population and to channel its manpower to revamping the channels.

digging the waterways surely is a better investment than to build ghost cities
 

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I wouldn’t say that even though there is a lot of wrongdoings. Having a flood that kills just means loss of income to fund aggression but eventually they will still be done, so it doesn’t help the victims

actually now with a large downturn in manufacturing, it is a good time for china to decrease population and to channel its manpower to revamping the channels.

digging the waterways surely is a better investment than to build ghost cities
Instead of digging waterways they should be dredging the riverbed (Yellow river deposits a lot of silt) and building dutch-style dykes.
 

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wat comes around will hit hard at them twice the karma.

so now the ccp is eating back their own karma.lol
 

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Henan is just the start. Famously, it was the site of China's last great flood catastrophe.


Next, Typhoon In-fa has turned north towards the critical ports of Shanghai and Ningbo. Shanghai Metro has 381 stations on 18 lines with 743 km of subway, China's second largest subway system.

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Read the wiki article on the Yellow River.

The river deposits a lot of silt on the riverbed even before reaching the sea, so much that there are parts of the river where the riverbed is at a higher altitude than the surrounding farmland.

And it's changed course so many times. At one point it flowed further north after Luoyang and emptied into the sea near Tianjin. At another point it went south of the Shandong peninsula. Many existing rivers north of Yangtze are understood to be former outlets for the Yellow River and various times in history.

It's also known as China's Sorrow for obvious reason.

CCP has been known for taming lots of things, except the Yellow River. This really should be their priority.
 

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Last year Hu nan, guang xi, Zhejiang never taught them a lesson.

makan money 1st, simi lessons? u think the CCP officials really care?
chut pattern say wanna make the city into flood resistant, got 53.4bil rmb from central govt.
where did the money eventually gone to? :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:

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They called once in 100 years. One year rainfall in 3 days.
Maybe someone wanna go check it up.

But to be fair, Yellow river has historically been a big problem for China.
Our ponding is nothing compared to theirs.
 

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Henan is just the start. Famously, it was the site of China's last great flood catastrophe.


Next, Typhoon In-fa has turned north towards the critical ports of Shanghai and Ningbo. Shanghai Metro has 381 stations on 18 lines with 743 km of subway, China's second largest subway system.

E606FkYWUAQDC7e
Typhoon china every year got ard this time no big deal one la hit land no power liao
 
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Read the wiki article on the Yellow River.

The river deposits a lot of silt on the riverbed even before reaching the sea, so much that there are parts of the river where the riverbed is at a higher altitude than the surrounding farmland.

And it's changed course so many times. At one point it flowed further north after Luoyang and emptied into the sea near Tianjin. At another point it went south of the Shandong peninsula. Many existing rivers north of Yangtze are understood to be former outlets for the Yellow River and various times in history.

It's also known as China's Sorrow for obvious reason.

CCP has been known for taming lots of things, except the Yellow River. This really should be their priority.

China has alot of natural disasters historically, floods, famine....their geographic is not good.
Global warming worsening it.
If war, just hit one major damn gone case.

Sg on other hand geographically well blessed.

These said, recent heatwave and floods seem scary. Heatwave up to 50 degree C...no joke..
 

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China has alot of natural disasters historically, floods, famine....their geographic is not good.
Global warming worsening it.
If war, just hit one major damn gone case.

Sg on other hand geographically well blessed.

These said, recent heatwave and floods seem scary. Heatwave up to 50 degree C...no joke..

dun come here gong jiao weh lah, talk about angmoh disasters sibeh songs,
talk about ah tiong disasters, suddenly all the SOB stories come out liao. :ROFLMAO:

boohoo, go one corner cry lah. :ROFLMAO:
 

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dun come here gong jiao weh lah, talk about angmoh disasters sibeh songs,
talk about ah tiong disasters, suddenly all the SOB stories come out liao. :ROFLMAO:

boohoo, go one corner cry lah. :ROFLMAO:

Only chlidish clowns with no sense of humanity will joke abt disasters and calamity.
Says alot abt parenting too.
 

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sigh ...... bad news for all.
GT didnt report their flood till yesterday
 

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Their floods are very frequent in the past decades

while the rains are heavy due to the weather, the frequent floods are related to the increased land use close to river and the lakes decreasing the capacity to hold the water, worsened by the dams.

not just is this expected, it is only going to worsen unless china undergo a sustained massive population decrease (apart from the recent wuhan virus deaths)

great *cough* leap *cough* forward *cough* 2.0
 

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Instead of digging waterways they should be dredging the riverbed (Yellow river deposits a lot of silt) and building dutch-style dykes.
If it is something that happens naturally for thousands of years, then it is not the cause of increasing frequency and severity of floods in last 2 decades
 
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