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Thursday, December 27, 2018

Boxing Day Tsunami 2004

I know this is a day late, but I'm gonna write it anyways. I couldn't write a blog post yesterday because I was very busy. I had a lot to catch up with yesterday. WARNING: Some of the videos I used may be disturbing to some viewers. I don't often put a disclaimer like this in my posts, so you know this is going to be a disturbing post! But anyone remember the 2004 tsunami that happened throughout SE Asia? I remember seeing it on the news for several days after. I saw some clips that I'll never forget. One of the scariest scenes from that day was this one...

I don't know if that's a little boy who got caught on the beach by the wave, or if that was a grown man and a really big-ass wave! This video was taken in Kao Lak, Thailand. Of all the images of the tsunami, this is the one that haunts me the most. I get chills just looking at this footage now. That was one big wave! It was caused by an uplift of a section of the ocean floor, which caused a massive earthquake, which then triggered the tsunami. I managed to capture some of the videos taken by the people who witnessed the waves.

This is a video of the initial earthquake in Banda Ache, Indonesia. Sumatra to be exact. The quake was so strong, people who were moving around outside had to get on the ground to keep from falling. The quake was later measured 9.1 on the Richter scale.

About 40 minutes later, the wave hit, and some of these images, you can see people running, and there was massive screaming. Unfortunately, I had to mute the clip because the joker who uploaded this clip put in that horrible music.

Another scene I'll always remember, this was taken in Phuket in Thailand that same day. It took almost 2 hours to reach Thailand. Strange because the tsunami was traveling across the ocean at about 500 mph!

This guy's reaction to seeing this wave is almost as scary as seeing the wave it's self. Here's another video of the wave coming in to the island of Koh Phi Phi, which is just off the coast of Thailand. You can tell, Thailand was very hard hit by the tsunami. It's amazing though that only a relatively few people were killed by the tsunami in Thailand. Only about 8000.

Anyway, you notice that a lot of these big disasters only hit muslim countries? You know why I think that happens? It's because muslims worship cats. GOD does not like cats! I can tell. That's probably the reason why atheists love cats. But look at the history of worshiping cats; the ancient Egyptians were the first to worship cats. They are also one of the first human civilizations to go extinct. Muslims have been worshiping cats since Mohammed said they "welcome angels into your home", which I still think was nothing but a bunch of bullshit. Mohammed also said not to let dogs in the house because angels will not enter a house that has dogs. Again, a load of bullshit. Most of the countries that were hardest hit by the tsunami were muslim countries.

See where this is leading. Now, Americans are beginning to worship cats, and simultaneously, our civilization is beginning to deteriorate. See, this is what happens when we lose all connections with our real GOD, and instead worship a dumb, useless beast that is nothing more than a squatter in the home. And cats do NOT welcome angels in the house. In fact if anything, I'd say having a dog in the house would be a better investment, because they could chase away evil spirits. But there is a reason cats are not mentioned in the Bible, and I'm pretty sure it's because they are the devil's allies. And people/cultures that worship them will not last long.

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