ER Editor: This all-encompassing disaster, of a more destructive nature for the natural environment than directly for people (i.e. deaths) as far as we can learn so far, was caused apparently by an ‘atmospheric river’ of rain causing flooding in the Pacific Northwest generally. That sounds suspiciously like geoengineering.
But something else may be going on, too. Below we offer Christian’s (Ice Age Farmer) take on what this natural disaster means more generally, as well as some insights Benjamin Fulford has learned from his intelligence sources.
“Europe has fallen.
Austria was lost
and the rest will all collapse
by year end,” says MI6.
In North America as well, a major military campaign against the cabal has begun. This is being seen in the media as large floods that have cut off Vancouver, Canada, from the rest of the country.
Not an easy fix for the Coqihalla Highway. This bridge is destroyed completely.Williams Lake.
“If anyone thinks this climate storm that severed Vancouver from the ROC was anything but the military, you are jackass morons. The odds of EVERY highway being closed defies probability. The intensity of the storm defies the natural law of the area.This was weather warfare and the landslides were equipment deployed during the summer by the Canadian Military with crates of explosives labeled Operation Atlas Strike 21.
We saw the crates being offloaded from the C17 Globemaster III transports in Kelowna,” a CIA source says.
Check out his link to find out why this region is being shut down, none of which can be verified as yet, however.
Christian at Ice Age Farmer calls this a ‘nested catastrophe’ as it’s not just a problem for those in the local area in terms of food supply and property destruction, but also for the rail and road service connecting Vancouver to the rest of Canada.
The deep water port itself has been closed, which will have global ramifications. Canada and USA are the number 2 and 3 exporters of grain (Russia is the first), so this catastrophe will affect the Canadian and global supply chain. And it can’t be a quick fix to get the problem solved. Here are some notes:
~ Shutting down the Port of Vancouver: this port handles the most diversified range of goods, which means one in every 3 dollars of trade passes through here. Vancouver is the equivalent of the next 5 Canadian ports combined. It represents a third of Canada’s economy in terms of exports. In terms of wheat export, a large chunk of what the world requires is getting blocked. It’s almost 5% of the world’s wheat, which is a large figure.
~ Mudslides have closed all practical routes into and out of the area. All highways into the interior of the province are closed; trucks can’t get to the port.
~ Footage shows entire chunks of the land around rail lines are missing. Land access to Vancouver is now shut down.
~ Exports of wheat and canola are vital at this post-harvest time.
~ Imports also have a problem as cargo ships are stacking offshore. Which echoes the problem along the west coast for other cargo vessels that cannot enter other ports. Local shelves are already empty.
~ Port of Vancouver was already handling record amounts of cargo; now it’s all frozen.
~ Officials are downplaying the seriousness of the crisis.
~ 30cm segment of a natural gas pipeline has also been shut down between Albert and the Pacific coast.
~ The timing is stunning as this affects the period immediately post-harvest in terms of grain supplies. (A major artery in the global supply chain has been severed)
Port of Vancouver CLOSES as BC Flooding Damages Rail & Roads
Canada’s largest port by far, the port of Vancouver, has closed, as have the rails and highways connecting it to Canada, after being severely damaged in the flooding in an “atmospheric river” event.
The deep water port is responsible for 1/3 of Canadian imports and exports, meaning the grains that the world so badly needs from Canada are not able to get out. And the overflow of goods from other congested North American ports are now wholly unable to get in. Christian explains why this is not just a local catastrophe, but a worldwide one, in this Ice Age Farmer report.