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PostPosted: Wed Dec 22, 2010 6:21 am    Post subject: Australia storms, fires, nature  Reply with quote




AUSTRALIA is contending with GOD  
When Kevin Rudd supported Palestinians, God's enemies, against Israel, he cursed Queensland.
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Australian Summer Snow, Freeze
December 21, 2010
Bitter summer freeze bites eastern states as summer gives way to snow and cold
A wintry blast of snow and icy temperatures in the country's southeast.
While the bitter freeze in Europe continues, Victoria and NSW have had a cold snap of their own, with off-season ski slopes transformed into winter wonderlands.
About 30cm of snow fell at Perisher in NSW yesterday, while Victoria's Mount Hotham received a 10cm dusting on Sunday.

Charlotte's Pass in the NSW Snowy Mountains also received a 10cm sprinkling of snow, prompting would-be bushwalkers to don clothing more suitable for skiing.
It was surprising to see the Kosciuszko Chalet Hotel blanketed with snow at this time of year.
"I'm sitting inside in my scarf and beanie," she said.
"When you walk in it, it's up past your ankles and it's just started snowing heavily again. "

In Sydney yesterday, there were blustery winds and unseasonably low temperatures of just 13C. The western suburb of Horsley Park recorded 9.8C and the Blue Mountains dropped to -2C.
Victorian State Emergency Services yesterday attended to at least six lightning-damaged houses in Aspenville, south of Melbourne, which was hit by a storm on Sunday night.

On the Gold Coast, a storm blacked out more than 10,000 homes and businesses over the weekend, while in Western Australia's northern Gascoyne region scores of people remained isolated by the worst flooding in 50 years.
Millions of dollars of damage was caused to crops, livestock and buildings in WA.
But if you think we've got it tough spare a thought for our northern hemisphere friends, with much of Europe remaining paralysed by snow.

Tens of thousands of passengers were stranded as flightsat Europe's busiest airports in London, Paris, and Frankfurt were cancelled or delayed at one of the busiest times of the year.
Australians trying to head home for Christmas have battled chaotic scenes at British airports as the freezing temperatures continue to wreak havoc on flight schedules.

With temperatures dipping to minus 10 in the early hours of Monday at Heathrow Airport, airlines had no chance of clearing the enormous backlog of flights that followed Saturday's heavy dump of snow in the capital.
The Australian reported that about 1000 Qantas passengers remain stranded and snowbound at London's Heathrow airport, while several thousand have been grounded in Asia awaiting clearance to fly to the UK.

Qantas continued to operate some flights out of London but the icy conditions forced many to be postponed to the frustration of passengers.
Hundreds of travellers had to wait outside in the arctic conditions before entering Heathrow's Terminal Three because it was jam-packed with stranded passengers.
http://www.news.com.au/travel/new...cold/story-e6frfq80-1225974173962

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Queensland faces worst flood in memory
December 27,  2010  
  Several southern Queensland towns have been affected by flooding as rain continues to fall across large parts of the state.
The statewide damage bill is more than $600 million and rising as the deluge continues.

Residents at Chinchilla in Queensland's southern inland are bracing for their worst flood in more than a century.
More than 100 millimetres of rain has fallen in the town since last night and more heavy rain is forecast across the Western Downs.
The water level at Charleys Creek in Chinchilla has been rising steadily throughout the morning and the town is now isolated, with the Warrego Highway cut to the east and west.

Dozens of businesses are closed and homes have been evacuated.
The owner of the Club Hotel, Justin Byrnes, says his pub is among dozens of businesses affected.
"It's lapping the front verandah of our hotel, which is probably four foot off the ground, five foot off the ground," he said.
Mr Byrnes says it is the town's worst flood in memory.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/12/27/3102192.htm


The 5 Angels of the Continents vision,
Australiia is the first area judged

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"What do you mean, these floods arent that bad - I cant swim!"

December 31, 2010    BRISBANE, Australi
Australia floods larger than France strand 200,000
Military aircraft dropped supplies to towns cut off by floods in northeastern Australia as the prime minister promised new assistance Friday to the 200,000 people affected by waters covering an area larger than France and Germany combined.
Residents were stocking up on food or evacuating their homes as rising rivers inundated or isolated 22 towns in the state of Queensland.

Prime Minister Julia Gillard toured an evacuation center in the flood-stricken town of Bundaberg on Friday and announced that families whose homes had been flooded or damaged would be eligible for disaster relief payments of $1,000 per adult and $400 per child.
"My concern is for the people in these very difficult times," Gillard said.
A day earlier, she pledged $1 million Australian dollars (about $1 million) in federal aid to match a relief fund already set up by the state government.

Bundaberg resident Sandy Kiddle told Gillard she lost cherished items after floodwaters surged through her house. She said may not be able to return home for a week.
"It was just a sea of water, and I thought the beach would never come to our house," she told Gillard, who gave her a hug.

Officials say half of Queensland's 715,305 square miles (1,852,642 square kilometers) is affected by the relentless flooding, which began last week after days of pounding rain caused swollen rivers to overflow. The flood zone covers an area larger than France and Germany combined and bigger than the state of Texas.

While the rain has stopped, the rivers are still surging to new heights and overflowing into low-lying towns as the water makes its way toward the sea.
The muddy water inundating thousands of homes and businesses has led to a shortage of drinking water and raised fears of mosquito-borne disease.

"This is without a doubt a tragedy on an unprecedented scale," Queensland Premier Anna Bligh told Australian Broadcasting Corp.
Bligh warned that drenched communities could be stuck underwater for more than a week, and cleanup efforts were expected to cost billions of dollars.
http://apnews.myway.com/article/20101231/D9KESHH00.html


Floods force mass evacuations of 13 towns in Queensland, northeast Australia.
Australia's worst flooding in decades continues to cause chaos.  The government has declared 3 towns as disaster zones.
It is causing massive losses of sunflower and cotton crops, many cattle drowned.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-12087870

Food shortages coming.  Many lambs died in a spring blizzard in NZ.


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Australian flooding
2 January 2011
- 22 towns are either underwater or isolated and 900 houses have been abandoned as floods wreak havoc across Queensland.
Authorities warn 200,000 Queenslanders affected by the disaster to prepare for despair as they return to their sodden homes.
A woman swept from the road in her car has become the first victim of widespread Queensland, Australia floods.
At least two other people have been reported missing.
http://www.smh.com.au/queensland/...g-return-home-20110102-19cul.html
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-a...witterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
http://www.sbs.com.au/news/articl...n-found-dead-in-flooded-Qld-river

Dozens rescued after Australia cinema collapse
January 03, 2011  DOZENS of moviegoers have been injured after the roof of a cinema complex in central western NSW collapsed, police say.
Heavy rains caused the false ceiling at The Metro Cinema in Piper Street at Bathurst to collapse at 12.45pm (AEDT) today.
36 people were initially trapped when the roof collapsed, with emergency services using thermal imaging cameras to find them in the rubble.
A worker in a neighbouring shop said he couldn't hear the ceiling collapse because it was raining so heavily at the time.
“You could barely hear anything due to the large amount of rain coming down," said Aaron Lange, a worker at Bathurst Panthers club.
"There was enough rain in 10 to 20 minutes to collapse the roof.
http://www.news.com.au/breaking-n...apse/story-e6frfku9-1225981060435


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Australia's Rudd Cursed Israel
January 4, 2011  
 Australia flooding of  biblical proportions

And in that Day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people.  And it shall come to pass
in that Day, that  I will seek to destroy all the nations that come against Jerusalem.
Zechariah 12:3,9

December 14, 2010
Australia Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd in Jerusalem urged Israel to allow nuke inspections.  (Australia cursing Israel)
Rudd called on Israel to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and open all its nuclear facilities to UN inspectors.
Israeli policy has been neither to confirm nor deny if it has nuclear weapons.
His comments gave Israel an unpleasant surprise.
Kevin Rudd's home district of Queensland, Australia, experiencing flooding 'disaster of biblical proportions.'
(December 21, 2010  was the first judgment I recorded.)
http://www.abc.net.au/news/storie.../12/15/3093391.htm?section=justin

Australia's deadly flood disaster: 22 towns underwater, 2 missing
22 towns are either underwater or isolated and 900 houses have been abandoned as floods wreak havoc across Queensland.
Authorities warn 200,000 Queenslanders affected by the disaster to prepare for despair as they return to their sodden homes.
A woman swept from the road in her car has become the first victim of widespread Queensland, Australia floods.
At least two other people have been reported missing.


Dec 27-30, 2010  Floods force mass evacuations of 13 towns in Queensland, northeast Australia.
Australia's worst flooding in decades continues to cause chaos.  The government has declared 3 towns as disaster zones.
It is causing massive losses of sunflower and cotton crops, many cattle drowned.
http://www.csmonitor.com/World/As...-slashes-coal-agriculture-exports


January 3  U.S. official Dennis Ross will be in Israel to try to revive the Middle East peace process.  (USA cursing Israel)
http://www.politico.com/blogs/lau...East_peace_efforts_to_resume.html


The Lord told Abram, Leave your native country and go to the land that I will show you.
I will make you into a great nation. I will bless you and make you famous, and you will be a blessing to others.
I will bless those who bless you and curse those who treat you with contempt.
Genesis 12  New Living Translation

My Comments
GOD confirmed this covenant with Abraham's grandson Jacob (Israel).
The land of Israel belongs to the bloodline of Jacob forever, to those we today call 'Jews.'
People do not care to see, to their peril, a connection between man's sin and GOD's actions.
Time is UP.  There is NO going back.  Anyone calling themselves a prophet who says we can collectively repent is false.
There is always an open door for an individual to repent and return to the LORD and His ways.
REPENT is NOT being sorry and continuing in sin, excusing sin or blaming.  REPENT is STOP, and turn around and go the other way.


Israel - Land of Inheritance and Promise
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South America recognizing 'Palestine' brings judgment earthquakes
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Australian PM Gillard warns floods will recede slowly
8 January 2011
 Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has warned the floods which have caused widespread devastation in the northeast will take some time to recede.
She was visiting some of the worst-hit areas of Queensland state, where some 200,000 people have been affected.
She pledged to help improve flood protection for the city of Rockhampton, where water levels have fallen only slightly since peaking on Wednesday.

Levels are still rising in some places, including the town of St George.
Speaking to journalists in Rockhampton, Ms Gillard warned that the recovery would be slow.
"The scale of the floodwaters, the sheer size of this is best appreciated from the air, and we are talking about huge areas, lots of water, a lot of it still very fast-moving - and so it's going to be a long time back,"
she said.  "Flood waters do not subside quickly. It takes some time."
When asked what it would cost Australia's federal government, she said: "I've been very clear that we are talking about hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars."

Gillard visited St George, 450km (280 miles) west of the state capital Brisbane - one of a few towns where floodwaters are still rising.
Continue reading the main story
Satellite images showing floods in Rockhampton, Queensland
Residents of the town had been told to prepare for the second record flood in less than a year.  MAP on link
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-12143372

Official Australia website
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2 dead in Toowoomba floods
10 January 2011  Queensland AUSTRALIA
Flash floods surprise Australia's third biggest city
At least two more people killed, others trapped as waters continue to rise.
Two people have died in flash flooding that's hit communities west of Brisbane.
A wall of water hit the city of Toowoomba and the Lockyer Valley at the foot of the Toowoomba range on Monday afternoon. Queensland Fire and Rescue Service Assistant Commissioner Tom Dawson said the death toll stood at two.

"Unfortunately two people have perished in this weather event," he told the ABC, without providing details. Earlier, police said a woman who'd been caught while walking in the floodwaters had been found dead at Toowoomba.
Mr Dawson said the flash flooding event was of a magnitude that caught emergency services off guard. ".... we had 90 life threatening incidents out there," he said.
"Out of the 90 incidents, 32 were directly life threatening and we had crews rescuing people."
He said as well as people being trapped in cars, they were also stuck in buildings and on roof tops.

Video footage from Toowoomba shows vehicles, some with drivers still trapped inside, being swept away and thrown into the sides of other cars and caught up in trees.
One pedestrian could be seen trying to dodge cars charging along what was once a street. Deputy Police Commissioner Ian Stewart said lives were under threat.

"We've had multiple 000 calls requesting urgent assistance from people caught in vehicles, caught on the street, caught in floodways," he told reporters.
"This has just evolved. There has been no warning of this event." At least nine swiftwater rescues were trying to get to people trapped across the city, the Department of Community Safety said.

The department said flash flooding had also hit the Lockyer Valley, between Brisbane and Toowoomba. It said there were unconfirmed reports of significant damage to homes at Postmans Ridge, Withcott and Murphys Creek, at the bottom of the Toowoomba range.
At least six people are stuck in buildings on Ruthven Street, in the heart of Toowoomba, the department said. A bridge has also been swept away in the city's south and a building has collapsed on Schofield Street in centre of the city.

Witnesses have told police up to two metres of water swept through parts of the city after about three hours of extreme rainfall from about midday (AEST). Premier Anna Bligh said a "massive deluge" had hit the city.
"The city has been split through the main centre of town," she said. Toowoomba councillor Joe Ramia said he'd never seen anything like Monday's downpour in all his life living in the city.
"I've lived here all my life and I've seen streets and football fields and ovals and school ovals that are just oceans of water," he told AAP.
"Cars were floating, they've got streets barricaded off, there were wheelie bins floating around.
I've seen streets in Toowoomba that I never, never thought would carry that much water. It it was just horrendous."

The town of Withcott, at the foot of the range, looks like it's been hit by "an atomic bomb", Lockyer Valley mayor Steve Jones said.
Mr Jones said he and his son had a close call after a wall of water picked up his ute.
"... I was driving across about 10 inches (25cm) of water and a wall of water came down, picked my ute up, pushed it sidewards. If it had been a little car it would have killed everyone in it."

Mr Jones said cars had been swept from a local service station into shops. "There's petrol pumps taken out and taken half a kilometre down the road. It's like Cyclone Tracy hit it." Mr Jones said about 1,000 people had been caught up in the flooding.
"There's houses come off the stumps at Postmans Ridge and taken down the creek, possibly two or three."

The town has no power and communications are limited to mobile phones, he said. People in the region have been told to stay at home until the crisis passes.
Main Roads acting regional director Phil Tweddell said major landslips had occurred on both the Warrego Highway on the Toowoomba Range and the New England Highway at Mt Kynoch.
"All eastbound and westbound lanes on the Toowoomba Range are closed in both directions due to numerous landslips occurring on both directions on the range," Mr Tweddell said.

A landslip has also occurred on the northbound lanes on the New England Highway at Mt Kynoch.
"This landslip has caused the highway to be closed in both directions to facilitate the clean up and to ensure the safety of all road users." The roads will remain closed until further notice.

"The department is hoping to open one lane in both directions of the Toowoomba Range as soon as possible, perhaps overnight but there are a wide range of variables."
VIDEO
http://www.sbs.com.au/news/articl...3297/One-dead-in-Toowoomba-floods
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/n....cfm?c_id=2&objectid=10698909
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/40996681/ns/world_news-asiapacific
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-12149921

Death toll rises
January 11, 2011  
 8 people are dead and 72 missing after flash floods hit the Darling Downs city of Toowoomba and several smaller townships in the Lockyer Valley.
Among the fatalities, four people died in Toowoomba, two women and a child died at Grantham and nearby at Withcott police say nine people are missing.
At least 50 people have sought refuge in a primary school at Grantham.
Police say more than 40 people were rescued from rooftops by helicopter overnight.
The flood threat is today expected to extend to the state's capital, Brisbane.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2011/01/11/3110113.htm


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Australia - Queensland Workers flee central business district as river rises
January 11, 2011   Mayor warns 6500 homes and businesses around Brisbane will go under as the city's flood crisis worsens
http://www.couriermail.com.au/new...on6-1225985251560?from=public_rss
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-12154987
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-12158608

Why is Queensland flooded?
So why has there been so much rain along eastern board of Australia?
They blame La Niña weather pattern affecting the Pacific Ocean region.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/weather/hi/news/newsid_9340000/9340513.stm

Qland floods, Brisbane prepares for worst flood in 118 years
Brisbane is headed for its worst flood since 1893, disaster declared and an evacuation centre set up.
Brisbane River peak expected Thursday, Jan 13th.
PHOTOS  
http://www.watoday.com.au/environ...-in-118-years-20110111-19lvq.html

Heavy rain has swamped southeastern Queensland all month long.  (Today is January 11, the month is 11 days long.)  Rainfall was very heavy during December also. Brisbane received 20 inches of rain during the month. The average December rainfall is just 5 inches.
Brisbane had 8 to 12 inches of rain in 24 hours Jan 9th.
While the east as been wet, Western Australia has been dry, but a tropical cyclone may form off the north coast and make landfall by Jan. 14th.
http://www.accuweather.com/blogs/...2-inches-of-rain-floods-queen.asp
http://www.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/asi...ustralia.floods/index.html?hpt=T2


INLAND TSUNAMI
10 people were confirmed dead in flash flooding Tuesday which swept through the town of Toowoomba, about 125 kilometers (80 miles) west of Brisbane, on Monday afternoon.
The wall of water came without warning, overturning cars and swamping homes. More than 24 hours later, 78 people remained missing.
"It was almost like a movie scene -- I went to a car park, it's a council car park -- and we had cars stacked on top of each other," Toowoomba regional councilor Joe Ramia told the national broadcaster, ABC.
The deluge was compared to an "inland tsunami" which came with little or no warning despite weeks of rain.
http://www.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/asi...tralia.floods/index.html?iref=NS1
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011...w-flood-australias-crisis-worsens


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 11, 2011 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

REVIVAL List Newsletter:

Re: FLOODING- WE ARE in BRISBANE!
-Andrew Strom.

No doubt many of you around the world have been hearing about the terrible flooding in Australia around the Brisbane-Toowoomba area. Well, my family and I have been house-sitting a friend's home in North Brisbane for the last couple of weeks before we begin our Australia tour in late January. I don't know how it happens, but we always seem to arrive just in time for a major disaster or some extreme-weather event!

But there is nothing "light" about what is taking place here right now. Tragically, a massive water-surge tore through Toowoomba and other towns to the West of Brisbane yesterday - killing a number of people and causing major destruction. This same tide is headed downriver towards Brisbane. We are about 5 miles out of Strathpine (Nth Brisbane) - which received an evacuation alert for its low-lying areas today. But so far it is not too terrible - and we are not on the low ground ourselves. But parts of Brisbane  expect a very torrid night - and tomorrow as well. Please keep this region in your prayers, my friends. Many are having to leave their homes. And the rain is still falling.

You may wish to see the latest on this disaster from the Sydney Morning Herald at the following website-
http://www.smh.com.au/environment/weather

Thankyou so much for praying and God bless you all.
Andrew Strom.


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