Tacloban, Philippines: "It Was Like A Tsunami" - Was it One?

Filipinos struggle to cope with huge typhoon that was 'like a tsunami'

[excerpted] Bodies were seen floating in flooded streets and survivors said the aftermath is like the 2004 Tsunami

Filipino government now considering introducing martial law to combat looting sprees as homeless search for food

Vietnam authorities moved 883,000 people in 11 central provinces to safe zones, government said

The Filipino government has threatened the introduction of martial law to battle widespread looting in the wake of the super typhoon Haiyan, which caused a 'tsunami-like disaster', feared to have claimed 10,000 lives in one city alone.

Mirasol Saoyi, 27, lives in Tacloban, she said: ‘The
huge waves came again and again, flushing us out on the street and washing away our homes.

Airport manager Efren Nagrama, 47, said water levels rose up to 13 feet.

'It was like a tsunami. We escaped through the windows and I held on to a pole for about an hour as rain, seawater and wind swept through the airport,' he said.

Mr Leo Dacaynos of the provincial disaster office on Samar Island said yesterday that the storm surge resulted in sea waters rising to 20ft, totally submerging small towns and villages.

The Philippine government and some scientists have said climate change may be increasing the ferocity and frequency of storms. (photos [2 of many] from linked article)

Caption: A ship was washed ashore in the huge storm. Surging sea water strewed debris for
miles and survivors said the devastation was like a tsunami

No words can express the unfathomable devastation and human suffering taking place in the Philippines. Words are insufficient - our hearts go out.

But it seems worth noting, before the next 'big event' comes along and puts this on the back page of the newspapers, that once again, "climate change" is being suggested as a possible explanation for another unprecedented "most powerful storm ever". So powerful that huge ships were tossed on shore and small towns and villages were totally submerged, according to reports. That is a lot of water being displaced. Tsunami? If not this, what then what would the aftermath of a tsunami look like?

[video] :40 "We thought it was a tsunami..."

(Apparently there is no word or phrase in the Filipino language for "storm surge". Wonder why. Easy - this was the first-ever so-called "storm surge" the Filipino people had ever seen - despite, no doubt, having seen hundreds of tropical storms including numerous typhoons through recorded history)

Humanitarian aid is coming in from across the globe, and this is of course a very good thing, and like some other areas that have over the past few years suffered major catastrophes, e.g. Indonesia, Haiti, and Japan, to name just a few, Filipinos will also more than likely see some decidedly 'Agenda 21' style recovery and rebuilding efforts launched; i.e. 'globalization', aka the transformation of the 'old world' into the 'new world'. As is well known, the 'new world' builders only build the new upon the 'ruins' of the old. [see: Haiti; Japan]. Globalism is a brutal business.

Geoengineered Tsunamis, 'Storm Surges'? 1999 Rescue Heroes Cartoon Demonstrates A 'Tsunami Bomb' 12-27-12 "'The investigations lead to the conclusion that offensive inundation is possible under favourable circumstances. Given low lying forshores and a shelving bottom off-shore, wave amplitudes of the order of those for recorded tidal waves, which have been disastrous, can be obtained' - But...if giant [so-called] storm surges from 'Superstorms', or Black Swan super-cyclones, or tsunamis inundate coastal areas, and forward Agenda 21 goals*, even though it never happened before, it is due to global warming. What else could it be."

Speaking Of Illuminati Cards - Seen The "Instant Attack Tsunami Card"? 5-7-13

11-11-13 update: UN Climate Change Chief: 'Typhoon Haiyan' A "Sobering Reality" of "Climate Change"...Nations Must Collaborate

12-20-13 update: Amazing Videos From Tacloban, Philippines: 'Typhoon' Haiyan's Incredible So-Called "Storm Surge"
also (posted 4-1-14): 'Unexplainable' April Fools Day 1946 Pacific-Wide Tsunami Man Made? Tsunami Bomb[s]?

Rev. 18:4

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