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Zimbabwe dam crumbling, people at risk: Earth changes put more than dams at risk

Dam crumbles in Zimbabwe: Earth changes put dams and people at risk
Dam crumbles in Zimbabwe: Earth changes put dams and people at risk Zimb dam

On Feb 8, 2014, cracks in the Tokwe-Mukosi Dam on the Toque River in the Mashing area of Zimbabwe threatened a breach. The dam, close to bursting, threatened to unleash a wall of water into neighboring villages and to sweep away thousands of people in its path.

The picture of the partially collapsed Tokwe-Mukosi Dam shows water gushing through breaks in the wall and a huge buildup of water in the reservoir behind it, as engineers worked to construct an emergency spillway and to raise the wall of the dam.

That immense catastrophes would occur should major dams break is not contested. Earth changes and crumbling dams are putting people worldwide at risk.

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Presumably, major dams, based on solid rock should not move unless a major quake strikes the area. However, cracking dams are increasingly becoming the norm and a major concern for emergency management teams.

The Zetas of ZetaTalk have said "All dams will break either during the pole shift or in the months leading up to the hour of the shift.” (Source)

Others dams at risk:

President Robert Mugabe declared Tokwe Mukorsi a disaster area and “said” the government would assist the evacuation of more than 60,000 families. However, actions speak louder than words, and the villagers say they feel they've been abandoned by the government, as those already forcibly evacuated from the flood basin have been staying in the open, without food or shelter, along the Masvingo-Beitbridge highway, according to the Southern Eye website.

The government "says" it is relocating the evacuated villagers to Nuanesti Ranch, but the ranch has no facilities or running water, and hungry villagers, who only managed to grab a few clothes when evacuated, are currently being served only a diluted orange drink for nourishment.

Situations like the one in Zimbabwe, where evacuated families are left to fend for themselves on the side of the road, highlight the impotence of governments when addressing the obvious implications of the coming pole shift for their citizens. Events like these are not isolated incidents.

This presents a clear and present warning for those with eyes to see. The increasing inability of "scientists and other so-called experts" to explain the weird weather and bizarre earth changes is obvious.

Listen carefully to that little voice of intuition whispering in your ear. Make your own preparations for survival in the event of calamity. Don’t count on government assistance being there when you need it most. Prepare. Something momentous is about to occur.