You bet. In a word, those that God deems to destroy, He first drives insane and the greater the nation or people the more insane. Years from now, in our grandchildrens' history books, they will read with wander how so many signs were ignored, while so much evil was done at home and abroad.
We will ignore the tyranny in the American home, where in some states the police already automatically download the contents of smart phones from innocent citizens, at check points, while special services listen in and read through emails of millions. We can ignore the rampant police brutality, where seeing a cop gives no peace of mind but just the opposite and is only a step better then seeing the million or more gangbangers running feral.
Equally, we can ignore the collapsed economy and rampant poverty. After all, these are internal matters of America. However, it is hard to ignore the evil that they do outside the US. Before delving into this, it is interesting to note two facts:
1. They consider themselves the saviors of the world and the world's ultimate do gooders, even as they bomb women and children into bloody, burnt bits.
2. They actually believe the world will collapse without them destroying one nation after another.
Just in the past 20 years, the crimes against humanity are amazing in scope.
1991 -- Gulf War -- After luring a gullible Saddam into invading Kuwait, which was steal Iraq's oil, the US used the Gulf War as a way to settle itself directly on the Saudi/Persian Gulf oil life line. Still in the last stages of the Cold War, the US was hesitant and did not massacre Iraqi civilians, however, they did encourage the Shia to rebel and promised them aid, only to leave them to be massacred as they had done to the Czecks and Hungarians.
1991-2003 -- Terror Bombing of Iraq, Genocide of Iraqi People -- Through a strict embargo that even blocked children's' medicines. This lead to the death of over a million people, half of them children. Not only have there not been any UN Genocide tribunes, but the arrogance show is mind boggling:
When asked on US television if she [Madeline Albright, US Secretary of State] thought that the death of half a million Iraqi children [from sanctions in Iraq] was a price worth paying, Albright replied: “This is a very hard choice, but we think the price is worth it.” — John Pilger, Squeezed to Death, Guardian, March 4, 2000
Then there was the on and off terror bombing by the US, of Iraq, when ever Bubba Clinton got his magic wand caught in some young intern and needed to get the story off of the top news, or any other embarrassment for that matter.
1991 - 1999 Pillage of Russia -- We got to enjoy that good ole US shock economic therapy, as our Alcoholic In-Charge and his band of Robinhoodies: stealing from their own and sharing it with the US/UK and West, bunch, stole everything that was not nailed down and that they could not rip up. Some estimates that up to $500 billion in gold, resources, stolen cash, machinery and credits was pulled out into the West's hands, led by American "advisors". One only needs to see where the run away oligarchs now reside to know who their masters are/were.
1991-Present -- US Backing of the Chechen Jihad in Russia -- We too got to feel the kind strategy of liberation aka Jihad by Proxy that the US and NATO loves launching. From NATO bases training the Islamics in Turkey, to Washington's Friends of Chechnya (now of the Caucuses), a who's who of American politics from both branches of the One Party Two Branch System, all rooting, giving political cover and asylum for Chechen Islamic terrorists.
1994 Somalia War -- Under the UN's auspices of "Restore Hope" (yup, surprise surprise, that UN den of vipers and puppets of the US/EU started early), US forces arrived in Somalia to feed the people. This noble mission quickly warped into regime change and nation building/wealth pillaging. In no short order, after dozens of fire fights, thousands of Somali civilians lay dead and the US/NATO were on the move out. The book Black Hawk Down describes the helicopter gun ships clearing the streets of civilians by mowing them down in one fly over after another.
1994 -- US sides with Bosnian Muslims and attacks the Orthodox Christian Serbs. We all know this story, the premeditated destruction of Yugoslavia and the US creation of the first Islamic state in Europe: Bosnia.
1998 -- US Terror Bombing of Yugoslavia -- The US first acting as the air force to the KLA Jihad in Kosovo then became a general 78 day terror machine, murdering thousands of Serbian civilians, even bombing a maternity ward, to purportedly get at the wounded Serbian soldiers in the basement, itself a Geneva Convention crime. Then the annexation of Christian lands to Islamics.
2001 -- Present -- War on Terror -- Not only has this transformed the US into a bankrupt police state, but the evil perpetrated in the name of good is incredible. From black prisons in Syria and other places used by the US, to the "redemptions" aka kidnappings by US agents of citizens of foreign nations, to assassination squads and worse.
2001 -- Invasion of Afghanistan -- while the Taliban are evil, it was the US who placed them in power and backed them up to 2001. George Bush even gave them a $48 million present in April 2001. Further, the evil of opium, as the US took over and allowed a destroyed industry to sky rocket, growing 450% just in 2001 and setting new production records every year since. The US command, on the ground, has flat out refused, direct Russian requests, to do anything to stem this curse on humanity.
2001 -- US backs the Macedonian Albanian Jihad -- Betraying US ally Macedonia, backing the Islamics and pressuring Ukraine and Bulgaria into not selling the Macedonians weapons and then using their own US soldiers as shields to bring out the encircled Islamic jihadists. There is no shame.
2002 -- Doctrine of Preemptive War -- The Bush administration adopts its National Security Strategy, announcing the doctrine of "pre-emptive war" wherever and whenever they choose and under whatever pretense.
2003 -- Iraqi Invasion -- Few nations have suffered the "love" of America so much as Iraq. The US invasion and subsequent Nation Building/Wealth Pillaging has led to a multi front civil war, living condition not even a shadow of those under evil Saddam and another million casualties, as well as several million of the best minds of Iraq fleeing for their lives.
2004- Present -- Terror bombing of Pakistan -- Using drones, the US has killed hundreds of men and women and children in western Pakistan, firing indiscriminately on villagers when ever an Al Quada suspect may or may not be present.
2004-2008 -- Orange Revolution -- The US, with their EU lackeys, placed this corrupt and evil bunch into power. Ukraine, which had a 13% growth rate, the year prior to the Oranges seizing power was in negative territory in two years. Now its economy is an absolute joke, one that is played daily upon our brothers and sisters, while the Orange leaders, out of power, are richer then they could have imagined and not all to worried about the rest of society.
2007 -- Israeli/Lebanese War -- The US needed a new front on Terror and this time the Israelis got to play cannon fodder in a botched, unplanned, Washington driver war in southern Lebanon.
2008 -- US Recognition of the Islamic Narcostate of Kosovo
2008 -- Georgian War -- Does anyone, for a single moment, actually believe that the sockpuppet Misha would have done this without full US backing and promises?
2011 -- Arab Spring -- brought to you by USAID and other fronts for revolution, regime change and the propping up of the US dollar. Welcome to new Islamic regimes, more war and more terror...thank you the American elite.
2011 -- War on and Terror Bombing of Lebanon -- and speaking of more wars from the US Arab Spring, here's a leader who decided not to hand power to the Islamic radicals, so the US and its lackeys and dimwads, the British and French, are murdering civilians in the name of saving civilians, so that 7th century barbarians, the Islamic Brotherhood, can come to power.
This is, by far, not a full list of evil over the past 20 years that the US has exported abroad, and again, never mind what it has done to its own people, who like serfs, keep taking it, eyes down.
But does God care? Has he punished the Americans? Why yes He has and His punishments keep getting worse and worse, yet the fools do not listen and only hasten to spread more evil.
By all means, this was a mild year for the Americans, tornadoes being the main factor. There were 3 Cat 4 and 1 Cat 5 tornado touching down. Only 19 people died and there was minimum over all damage. There was also the Halloween blizzard, were most of Minnesota, western Wisconsin and northern Iowa were heavily impacted by the storm. $63+ million
This year brought the 3 Cat 5 hurricane to make landfall in the US, hurricane Andrew, in recorded history. Andrew caused $26.5 billion in damage (1992 USD, $41.5 billion 2011 USD), with most of that damage cost in south Florida. There was also the Landers Earthquake was a magnitude 7.3 earthquake that occurred on June 28, 1992 with an epicenter near the town of Landers, California. The quake was described at the time as the largest earthquake to have occurred in the contiguous United States in 40 years. The Mid-June 1992 tornado outbreak was a one of the largest tornado outbreaks on record, affecting portions of the Central United States from June 14 to June 18, 1992
This year brought a reprieve from hurricanes, there was the Scotts Mills earthquake (often referred to locally as the "Spring Break Quake"), which occurred in the U.S. state of Oregon on March 25, 1993 at 5:34 a.m. PST, with ML = 6.0, was the largest earthquake in the Pacific Northwest since the Elk Lake and Goat Rocks earthquakes of 1981. Also, there were 4 Cat4 tornadoes. All mild, compared to the Great Flood.
The Great Flood of 1993 occurred in the American Midwest, along the Mississippi and Missouri rivers and their tributaries, from April to October 1993. The flood was among the most costly and devastating to ever occur in the United States, with $15 billion in damages. Well that was true for the past 18 years, but the new flood, spreading through the northern Mississippi is promising to be much worse and will probably cost 2-3 times as much money, inflation and all. However, this is just when the US has no cash...but we'll cover that later. The flood zone, the flooded area totaled around 30,000 square miles (80,000 km²) and was the worst such U.S. disaster since the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927.
This was a relatively mild year, as if God was giving the US a break from ever worsening disasters, the worst that hit the US wast the Christmas 1994 nor'easter was an intense cyclone along the East Coast of the United States and Atlantic Canada. It developed from an area of low pressure in the southeast Gulf of Mexico near the Florida Keys, and moved across the state of Florida. As it entered the warm waters of the Gulf Stream in the Atlantic Ocean, it began to rapidly intensify, exhibiting traits of a tropical system, including the formation of an eye. Also, the South Canyon Fire was a 1994 wildfire that took the lives of 14 wildland firefighters on Storm King Mountain, near Glenwood Springs, Colorado on July 6th.
Another mild year of warning, the warning being a heat wave: The 1995 Chicago heat wave was a heat wave which led to approximately 750 heat-related deaths in Chicago over a period of five days. It should be noted, that at this point, the 1994-1995 period, the US elites were relatively tame about spreading evil...just busy starving Iraqis and siding with Islamics over the Christian Serbs, in Bosnia. There were also 11 Cat 4 tornadoes.
Another mild year, where flooding was the warnings: The Willamette Valley Flood of 1996 was part of a larger series of floods in the Pacific Northwest of the United States which took place between late January and mid-February, 1996, 8 died and $500 million in damages. But the show stopper was the Blizzard of 1996 was a severe nor'easter that paralyzed the U.S. East Coast with up to 4 feet (1.2 m) of wind-driven snow from January 6 to January 8, 1996. It was followed by another storm on January 12th, then unusually warm weather and torrential rain which caused rapid melting and river flooding. There were also 2 Cat 4 and 1 Cat 5 tornadoes.
The joke was on the Americans that year, in the April Fool's Day Blizzard was a major winter storm in the Northeastern United States on March 31 and April 1, 1997. The storm dumped rain, sleet, and snow from Maryland to Maine leaving hundreds of thousands without power and as much as three feet of snow on the ground. But the read suffering came with the Red River Flood of 1997 in the United States was a major flood that occurred in April 1997, along the Red River of the North in North Dakota and Minnesota. The flood reached throughout the Red River Valley, affecting the cities of Fargo and Winnipeg, while Grand Forks and East Grand Forks received the most damage, where floodwaters reached over 3 miles (5 km) inland, inundating virtually everything in the twin communities. Total damages for the Red River region were US$3.5 billion. This was then followed up by the 1997 Western Plains winter storms comprised a system of extreme snowfall and wind from October 24 - October 26, 1997. The storms resulted in 13 deaths (five in Colorado, two each in Nebraska and Illinois, and one each in Michigan, Iowa, Oklahoma, and Kansas), and caused power outages and school closings lasting up to a week in affected areas. The event was billed by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as being a "two-hundred year storm".
Now, note 1998, when the US was busy bombing the Serbs directly, supporting Islamic assaults and land grabs, while demonizing the Serbs and threatening to offer them up for the Turks for not supporting its genocide of Orthodox Serbians.
Hurricane Georges arrived on September 25, in the Gulf of Mexico and intensified into a Category 2 hurricane. The storm re-organized over the gulf, with the eye fully reforming and deep convection persisting around the center of circulation. By September 27, Georges reached an intensity of 110 mph (175 km/h). Several hours prior to landfall the next day, the hurricane weakened slightly and tracked inland near Biloxi, Mississippi with winds of 105 mph (165 km/h). Upon landfall, the hurricane's forward motion slowed, executing a brief clockwise loop before maintaining an eastward drift. Gradually weakening, the hurricane was only a tropical depression by the afternoon of September 29.
In Alabama amounted to $125 million (1998 USD, $164 million 2009 USD). Freshwater flooding in Mobile resulted in one death, the only death in the United States. In Florida damage amounted to $100 million (1998 USD, $127 million 2009 USD), though no deaths were reported. In Mississippi, it caused $676.8 million (1998 USD, $894.5 million 2009 USD) in damage, though no deaths due to well-executed evacuations.
Florida was again belted by Hurricane Mitch, shortly after, which, in the Florida Keys, multiple buildings that had been damaged by Hurricane Georges were leveled by Mitch. Tornadoes from the storm damaged or destroyed 645 houses across the state, in addition to injuring 65 people.
The October 1998 Texas Flooding was a flood event that occurred across parts of South Texas and Southeast Texas on the weekend of October 17 and October 18, 1998. The storm that caused it was one of the costliest in the recorded meteorological history of the United States, bringing rainfall of over 20 inches (510 mm) to some parts of Southeast Texas and causing over $ 750 million in damages. 31 people were killed as a result of the storm, mostly from drowning.
There were also 6 Cat 4 and 2 Cat 5 tornadoes.
God opened the year, still in an angry mood: the Blizzard of 1999 was a strong winter snowstorm which struck the Midwest United States and portions of eastern Canada, hitting hardest in Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Ontario and Quebec dumping as much as 60 cm (2 feet) of snow in many areas. Chicago received a recorded 21.6 in (55 cm). The storm hit just after New Year's Day, between January 2 and January 4, 1999. Travel was severely disrupted throughout the areas and the cities of Chicago and Toronto were also paralyzed. Additionally, record low temperatures were measured in many towns in the days immediately after the storm (January 4 - January 8).
This was followed up by Hurricane Floyd. Floyd triggered the third largest evacuation in US history (behind Hurricane Gustav and Hurricane Rita, respectively) when 2.6 million coastal residents of five states were ordered from their homes as it approached. With a death toll of 57, Hurricane Floyd was the deadliest United States hurricane since Hurricane Agnes in 1972. The storm also was one of the costliest in the nation's history, amounting to $4.5 billion (1999 USD; $5.3 billion in 2006 U.S. dollars). Most of the deaths and damage were from inland, freshwater flooding in eastern North Carolina.
Tornadoes pelted the US this year, with 12 Cat 4s and 1 Cat 5, a total of 1342 tornadoes touched down.
Cold and heat was the order of the day on this year.
The year opened with the Blizzard of 2000 was one of the most powerful winter storms on record in parts of North Carolina. The storm hit Central Virginia on January 25, 2000 causing thousands of power outages within the area and dumped 11 inches at Richmond, VA. The dissipation occurred before it could hit Northern Virginia. The storm moved into the Atlantic accumulating a record of 20.3 inches (52 cm).
It was followed by the Texas Heat Wave. Aided by drought, a heat wave persisted in late Summer 2000 along the southern tier of the United States from July to early September of that year. Near the end of the period, daily, monthly, and even all-time record high temperatures were broken, with highs commonly peaking well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. On September 4, Houston hit 109 F and Dallas peaked at 111 F; on September 5, Austin, Texas  and San Antonio peaked at 111 F  while College Station reached 111 F on both the 4th and 5th of September 
A mild year by all accounts, the worst was the the major east coast heat wave. It began in early August for areas of the Midwest and western Great Lakes before spreading eastward and intensifying. It waned in most areas by the middle of the month, and although fairly short in duration compared with some other continental heat waves, it was very intense at its peak.
The high humidity and high temperatures led to major heat wave that overtook the major Northeast Megalopolis. Temperatures in Central Park, New York City, New York reached a peak of 103°F (39.4°C). The temperature reached 105°F (40.5°C) in Newark, New Jersey.
Was this the calm before the storm? This was the year that the US launched its War on Terror, that has murdered millions abroad and stripped its own people of their very basic rights.
The US saw Hurricanes causing major economic damage both in lost production and direct destruction.
In the open Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Isidore and later Hurricane Lili contributed to the shutdown of offshore oil and gas platforms. The effects of back-to-back storms resulted in the loss of production of 14.4 million barrels (2,290,000 m3) of oil and 88.9 billion cubic feet (2.52×109 m3) of natural gas. A storm surge of 8.3 feet (2.5 m) was measured at Rigoletes, Louisiana and at Gulfport Harbor, Mississippi. Hurricane Isidore brought widespread heavy rainfall from the central Gulf coast into the Ohio Valley, with a maximum of 15.97 inches (406 mm) at Metairie, Louisiana. The flooding was responsible for moderate crop damage, with a total of $330 million in damage (2002 USD, 360 million 2006 USD). Isidore claimed five lives; four direct and one indirect. The indirect death was from a man that went into cardiac arrest in Mississippi, whereas the other four were drowning deaths
There was also the South Valley Surprise of 2002 was a Pacific windstorm that affected the U.S. states of Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada, and Idaho on February 7, 2002. The "surprise" was how rapidly the storm organized and matured, and its unanticipated strength. Thus, the public had no idea of the impending storm. There was extensive damage from falling trees, attributable to the rain-saturated ground, which made it easier for the high winds to topple them.
Tornadoes also played a major factor with the Midwest to Mid-Atlantic United States tornado outbreak of 2002 was a fairly large outbreak that killed 7 people and doing several hundred million dollars of damage to the states Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. This in turn was followed by the surprise Veterans Day Weekend tornado outbreak was a large, widespread and rare outbreak of storms that occurred from the late afternoon hours on November 9 through the early morning hours on Veterans Day, November 11, 2002. Eighty-three tornadoes hit 17 states. Twelve tornadoes killed 36 people in five states. This was the first major outbreak of the 21st century, and is the second biggest in November.
The year the US invaded Iraq, destroyed, fully, the lives of tens of millions.
God started this year out early, but again, His warnings were ignored: the Blizzard of 2003, also known as the Presidents' Day Storm II or simply PDII, was a historical and record-breaking snowstorm on the East Coast of the United States and Canada, which lasted from February 14 to February 19, 2003. It spread heavy snow across the major cities of the Northeastern US, making it the defining snowstorm of the very snowy winter of 2002-2003. All cities from Washington DC to Boston were covered in 15 to 36 inches (38-76 cm) of snow, and those cities were brought to a standstill due to problems caused by temperatures and the snow. In Baltimore and Boston, this was the biggest snowstorm on record, with 28.2 and 27.5 inches, (71.6 and 69.9 cm) respectively
Hurricane Claudette landed in Texas, causing widespread flooding and gusty winds destroyed 204 houses along the southeast Texas coastline, most of which occurred in Matagorda County. In addition, the winds damaged 1,407 homes, with 144 of them being severely damaged. The wind also affected 147 businesses, of which 64 were either destroyed or severely damaged, in all costing some $180 million.
Hurricane Isabel hit the US east coast, Isabel produced moderate to heavy damage across eastern North Carolina, totaling $450 million. The winds from Isabel downed hundreds of trees and power lines across New Jersey, leaving hundreds of thousands without power; a falling tree killed one person. Rough waves and a moderate storm surge along the coastline caused moderate to severe beach erosion, and one person was killed from the rough waves. Damage in the state totaled $50 million (2003 USD, $59.7 million 2011 USD).The passage of Hurricane Isabel in Pennsylvania resulted in $160 million in damage (2003 USD, $191 million 2011 USD) and 2 indirect deaths in Pennsylvania.
California also shook and buckled with the San Simeon Earthquake was a magnitude 6.5 earthquake on the Central Coast of California, about 7 miles (11 km) northeast of San Simeon.
The central US had its own problems: the Memphis Summer Storm of 2003 was a severe derecho event that impacted parts of the Southern United States, particularly southwestern Tennessee and northern Mississippi, including the Memphis metropolitan area. It left 7 people dead and enormous damage across the region.
As the US got fully involved in the rape of Iraq, it was pummeled relentlessly by hurricanes, yet no one seemed to have taken the hint.
Hurricane Ivan was the 10th most intense Atlantic hurricane ever recorded. The storm killed 25 in the United States, including fourteen in Florida. Thirty-two more deaths in the United States were indirectly attributed to Ivan, with $13 billion in damages.
Hurricane Charley caused ten deaths in the United States and $15 billion in damages. Numerous injuries were reported, as well as twenty indirect deaths in the U.S. At the time, this figure made Charley the second costliest hurricane in United States history, behind 1992's Hurricane Andrew's $43.7 billion.
Hurricane Frances: The economic effect was felt early, as the storm struck during Labor Day weekend, traditionally the final summer vacation weekend in the United States. Many hotel reservations from South Carolina to Florida were cancelled as people, seeing the destruction caused weeks earlier by Hurricane Charley, decided to avoid the coastal areas for safety. One death in the Bahamas, one in Ohio, and five in Florida were directly attributed to the storm. 42 more deaths - 32 in Florida, eight in Georgia, one in the Bahamas and one in Ohio, are indirectly attributed to Frances
Hurricane Jeanne was the deadliest hurricane in the 2004 Atlantic hurricane season. Preparations in Central Florida were rushed and sudden, as it did not become apparent that the storm would make a direct hit until the morning of the 23rd. Indeed, it had appeared the storm would pass safely offshore just the night before. The center of Jeanne's eye achieved landfall near Stuart, at virtually the identical spot that Frances had come ashore three weeks earlier, the first time in record keeping that a hurricane made landfall in the same place as a previous storm of the same season. There were only five direct deaths in the mainland United States, three in Florida, one in South Carolina and one in Virginia. The final US damage was determined to be around $6.9 billion, making it the 15th costliest hurricane in United States history.
Hurricane Gaston killed nine people — eight of them directly — and caused $130 million (2004 USD) in damage.
The Hallam, Nebraska tornado on May 22, 2004 was recorded as the widest tornado in history, 2.5 miles (4.0 km)in diameter. It was rated an F4 on the Fujita scale, and caused one death and thirty-seven injuries in the city of Hallam.
God upped the anti this year, bringing in the world renowned Katrina Hurricane and the flooding and in effect, destruction of New Orleans. On Monday August 29 area affiliates of local television station WDSU reported New Orleans was experiencing widespread flooding due to several Army Corps-built levee breaches, was without power, and that there were several instances of catastrophic damage in residential and business areas. Entire neighborhoods on the south shore of Lake Pontchartrain were flooded. Final reports indicate that the official death toll, according to the Louisiana Department of Health, was 1,464 people.In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, looting, violence and other criminal activity became serious problems. With most of the attention of the authorities focused on rescue efforts, public security in New Orleans degraded quickly. By August 30, looting had spread throughout the city, often in broad daylight and in the presence of police officers.
"The looting is out of control. The French Quarter has been attacked," City Councilwoman Jackie Clarkson said. "We're using exhausted, scarce police to control looting when they should be used for search and rescue while we still have people on rooftops."
Outside of its tourist areas, New Orleans is a third world hellhole, never recovering from this mortal blow.
Other areas suffered too. Damage was quite heavy in coastal Alabama (comparable to Hurricane Ivan in 2004), including significant structural damage to buildings. Bayou La Batre, a fishing town, sustained significant damage to its infrastructure and fishing fleet. It was the focal point of public attention given to Alabama in the aftermath of the storm.The Gulf Coast of Mississippi suffered massive damage from the impact of Hurricane Katrina on August 29, 2005, leaving 238 people dead, 67 missing, and an estimated $125 billion in damages.
Also, the US was pummeled by Hurricane Denis, the NHC's Tropical Cyclone Report reported total damage in the United States as only $2.23 billion. And Hurricane Rita. Hurricane Rita was the fourth-most intense Atlantic hurricane ever recorded and the most intense tropical cyclone ever observed in the Gulf of Mexico. In some areas, the effects of Hurricane Rita were not nearly as severe as anticipated. The storm surge feared in Galveston and Houston struck farther east as the storm's center came ashore at the Louisiana border; winds blowing offshore in Texas actually flattened the surge, which was only seven feet (2 m), well below the height of the Galveston seawall. The five inches (130 mm) of rain expected to fall overnight in New Orleans also did not happen, and the pressure on the levee system was eased. Still, storm surge of 17 feet (3.2 m) struck southwestern Louisiana, and coastal parishes experienced extensive damage. In Cameron Parish the communities of Holly Beach, Hackberry, Cameron, Creole and Grand Chenier were essentially destroyed. In Calcasieu Parish the communities of Lake Charles, Moss Bluff, Sulphur, Westlake, Vinton and DeQuincy also suffered heavy damage. In Beauregard Parish the communities of DeRidder and Merryville also suffered heavy damage. Total damage was $10 billion.
Hurricane Wilma was the most intense tropical cyclone ever recorded in the Atlantic basin. Anyone notice how many "most intense", "most destructive", "fastest", "deadliest" and so on are in this list covering only 20 years of the American's past 250? Yeah, that is the point, though no one there seems to be getting it. God is taking them down a peg at a time, giving them a chance to repent, to take back the power from the Masonic elites who are driving ruin unto humanity....but no one is listening. Wilma was responsible for at least 63 total deaths and over $29 billion (2005 USD) in damages.
Hurricane Cindy was a tropical cyclone that briefly reached minimal hurricane strength in the Gulf of Mexico during July in the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season and made landfall in Louisiana. Five deaths were attributed to Cindy, none of them near the storm's landfall. Two people were killed in Georgia, one in Alabama, and two in Maryland, along with $320 million in damages.
Other honourable mentions for this year of absolute disaster, violence and savagery were: The North American blizzard of 2005 was a three-day storm that affected large areas of the northern United States, dropping more than 3 feet (0.9 m) of snow in parts of southeastern Massachusetts, as well as much of the Boston metropolitan area. While this was by far the hardest hit region, it was also a significant snowstorm for the Philadelphia and New York City areas, which both suffered occasional blizzard conditions and 12-15 inch (30-38 cm) snow accumulations. And the In October 2005, remnants of Tropical Storm Tammy and Subtropical Depression Twenty-Two merged with incoming continental cold fronts to produce torrential rains over interior New England, as well as over parts of New Jersey and New York. Particularly hard hit was the state of New Hampshire, which saw roads and bridges wiped out, several reported deaths, and whole buildings destroyed. Rain lingered over some areas for several weeks. Rainfall from both rain events totaled well over 20 inches (510 mm) in some areas.
The US continued to be pummeled, even as it's southern states struggled to stand back up, their economies in tatters. Hurricane Ernesto, a minor hurricane, came ashore in Florida and it's course caused $80 million in damage. This is a pittance compared to other storms, but it is all a cumulative effect.
God's most powerful hammer, this time, was winter.
The Blizzard of 2006 was a nor'easter that began on the evening of February 11, 2006. It dumped heavy snow across the Northeast United States from Virginia to Maine through the early evening of February 12 and ended in Atlantic Canada on February 13. The major northeast cities from Baltimore to Boston received at least a foot of snow, with an all-time largest amount of 26.9 inches (68.3 cm) in New York City, the most since at least 1869, the start of record keeping.
The October 2006 Buffalo storm was an unusual early-season lake effect snow storm that hit the Buffalo, New York area and other surrounding areas of the United States and Canada, from the afternoon of Thursday October 12 through the morning of Friday October 13, 2006. The storm's effects were highly localized: it dumped up to 2 feet (60 cm) of snow on some areas of the Buffalo metro region, while other areas saw very little snow, or no snow at all. The event was described by the NWS Office in Buffalo, New York, as "astounding", "unbelievable" and "incredible" and by the Toronto Star as "one of the most devastating snow storms in US history."
These were the two snowiest October days recorded in Buffalo since the NWS began keeping track 137 years ago.
The Early Winter 2006 North American Storm Complex was a severe winter weather event in the last week of November 2006 and continuing into December 1. It affected much of North America in some form, producing all kinds of severe weather including a major ice storm, blizzard conditions, high winds, extreme cold, a serial derecho and some tornadoes.
The first impacts took place in the Pacific Northwest on November 26. It was unusual in that the snow fell all the way to the coast, which is rare so early in the season. Up to 2 feet (60 cm) of snow fell in the Cascades, with up to 6 inches (15 cm) in the Puget Sound area. The Sierra Nevada saw up to a foot and many valley locations have recorded 4-10 inches (10–25 cm). The massive and far-reaching storm has been called the Superstorm (starting to sound all to familiar?) of 2006 by some meteorologists. As of December 4, at least 23 deaths had been attributed to the storm system.
The Holiday Blizzards were major storms occurring in two segments during the last two weeks of December 2006 in the Denver, Colorado area. Over two dozen deaths were reported in the Colorado, Kansas and the Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles as a result of these storms. Along the plains, between 10,000 and 15,000 cows were found dead due to the cold and severe weather conditions.
The Hanukkah Eve Wind Storm of 2006 was a powerful Pacific storm that slammed into the Pacific Northwest region of the United States and southern British Columbia, Canada between December 14, 2006 and December 15, 2006. The storm produced storm to hurricane-force wind gusts and heavy rainfall, causing hundreds of millions of dollars in damage and leaving over 1.8 million residences and businesses without power. 18 people were killed
Other events were massive floods: The Mid-Atlantic United States flood of 2006 was a significant flood that affected much of the Mid-Atlantic region of the eastern United States. The flooding was very widespread, affecting numerous rivers, lakes and communities from upstate New York to North Carolina. It is widely considered to be the worst flooding in the region since Hurricane David in 1979. It was also one of the worst floodings in the United States since Hurricane Katrina in August 2005. At least 16 deaths are related to the flooding.
God continued to send his warnings to the US to repent.
Flooding occurred. The 2007 Midwest flooding was a major flooding event that occurred in the Midwestern United States in the third week of August 2007. Also in June 2007, repeated flooding took place in the U.S. state of Texas. The flooding caused 11 deaths. This was mainly due to a tropical rain belt that went too far up north.
Freezing storms occurred. The Western United States freeze of 2007 was a weather event affecting California, Oregon, and Washington from January 12 to January 18, 2007. An Arctic low pressure system dipped extremely far west, resulting in record cold temperatures in the western states, damaged citrus crops in California, and extremely unusual snow accumulation occurring in areas of Southern California. The Early December 2007 North American winter storm was a major winter storm which affected the majority of the United States and portions of southern Canada from November 29 to December 5, hitting the Intermountain West and Midwestern United States, the Great Lakes region and the Northeast. The storm brought significant snows to portions of the Upper Midwest, Great Plains and Great Lakes regions of the United States and Canada on December 1. The system was also responsible for a major ice storm across the Midwestern states which caused disruptions to several major cities including Des Moines, Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee and Toronto. The storm was blamed for at least 16 deaths across nine US states and one Canadian province.
Did anyone listen?
This year had various major disasters.
The January 2008 Western North American storm complex was a powerful Pacific Ocean coastal storm that affected a large area in Western North America stretching from western British Columbia to near the Tijuana, Mexico area starting on January 3, 2008. The system was responsible for flooding rains across many areas in California along with very strong winds locally exceeding hurricane force strength as well as heavy mountain snows across the Cascade and Sierra Nevada mountain chains as well as those in Idaho, Utah and Colorado. The storms were responsible for the death of at least 12 people across three states and extensive damage to utility services as well as to some structures.
The North American blizzard of 2008 was a very powerful winter storm that struck most of southern and eastern North America from March 6 to March 10, 2008. The storm was most notable for a major winter storm event from Arkansas to Quebec. It also produced severe weather across the east coast of the United States with heavy rain, damaging winds and tornadoes, causing locally significant damage. The hardest hit areas by the wintry weather were from the Ohio Valley to southern Quebec where up to a half a meter of snow fell locally including the major cities of Columbus, Ohio, Cleveland, Ohio, and Ottawa, Ontario. For many areas across portions of the central United States, Ontario and Quebec, it was the worst winter storm in the past several years. The severe weather and its aftermath caused at least 17 deaths across four US states and three Canadian provinces, while hundreds others were injured mostly in weather-related accidents and tornadoes.
Hurricane Dolly, which is considered to be the most destructive hurricane to hit the Rio Grande Valley in 41 years; the last such storm was Beulah in 1967, but Beulah was not more damaging; it was just deadlier. It was the worst hurricane to hit Brownsville since 1980's Allen.
Hurricane Gustav closed the US gas/oil production in the Gulf of Mexico, causing massive financial damage. 48 deaths in the state of Louisiana were blamed on Hurricane Gustav.
The June 2008 Midwestern United States floods were flooding events which affected portions of the Midwest United States. After months of heavy precipitation, a number of rivers overflowed their banks for several weeks at a time and broke through levees at numerous locations. Flooding continued into July. States affected by the flooding included Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin. Some parts of Indiana had flood levels exceeding records set in 1913. The flooding was the worst in Indiana's modern history, according to Scott Morlock, a hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Indiana. Looting was also extensive, requiring a military response. The state of Iowa was also extremely flooded.
The November 2008 California wildfires are a series of wildfires that began burning across Southern California on November 13. At least 400 houses and 500 mobile homes were destroyed. According to USA Today these together with the October 2007 California wildfires were the worst California wildfires in two decades.
Above all of this stood Hurricane Ike. Hurricane Ike (pronounced /ˈaɪk/) was the third-costliest hurricane ever to make landfall in the United States. In the United States, 112 people were killed, and 23 are still missing. Ike caused $29.6 billion in damage, shutting down Houston, America's 3rd largest city and its huge port facilities. Due to the intensity of the storm, Texas closed many of its chemical plants and oil refineries. The closing of refineries so soon after Hurricane Gustav, and the time required to restart production, also resulted in shortages of gasoline in such places as the Carolinas and Tennessee, partly as a result of panic buying.
A year of reprieve and maybe the last. Outside of some flooding in Alaska, and extensive rains and flooding in California, most of America had a peaceful year, as Barrack Obama made promises of change and gestures of a new way. Even as America's economy sank at an increasing rate, from man-made greed and ignorance, God's mercy was given one last time. Did anyone repent? Were the Masons stopped in their evil? No.
The 2010 Eureka earthquake occurred on January 9, 2010 at 4:27:38 p.m. PST offshore of Humboldt County, California, United States. The magnitude was measured as 6.5 Mw, and its epicenter was located offshore in the Pacific Ocean 33 miles (53 km) west of the nearest major city, Eureka.
Tropical Storm Hermine (also known as Tropical Depression Eleven-E in the Eastern Pacific), was a rare basin-crossing tropical cyclone that caused widespread damage from Guatemala to Oklahoma in early September 2010. Throughout Hermine's track in the United States, the storm produced heavy rainfall, especially along the east side of the system. After weakening to a depression, Hermine produced torrential downpours over the Texas hill country, peaking at 16.37 in (416 mm) in Georgetown. Additional heavy rains fell in Oklahoma, Arkansas and as far east as Kentucky. In all, the storm resulted in eight fatalities, seven in Texas and one in Oklahoma, as well as an estimated $240 million in damage.
September 2010 flash flooding in Minnesota and Wisconsin put towns underwater and forced evacuations in southern Minnesota and central Wisconsin. A strong system caused the heavy rain and flash flooding in the Upper Midwest. A preliminary assessment of damages in Minnesota estimated their total cost as $64.1 million. University of Minnesota Extension estimated that over 100,000 acres (400 km2) of the state's corn and soybean fields were covered by standing water for several hours or longer.
The 2010 Northern Hemisphere summer included severe heat waves that impacted most of the United States, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China, North Africa and the European continent as a whole, along with parts of Canada, Russia, Indochina, South Korea and Japan during May, June, July and August 2010.
The February 5–6, 2010 North American blizzard was a winter storm and severe weather event that tracked from the U.S. states of California to Arizona through northern Mexico, the American Southwest, the Midwest, Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic regions. The storm created extensive flooding and landslides in Mexico, as well as historic snowfall totals in the Mid-Atlantic states, rivaling the Knickerbocker Storm of 1922. The storm stretched from Mexico and New Mexico to New Jersey before moving out to sea, then turning north to impact the Maritime Provinces of Canada. The storm caused deaths in Mexico, New Mexico, Maryland, and Virginia.
The February 9–10, 2010 North American blizzard was a winter storm and severe weather event that afflicted the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and New England regions of the United States between February 9–11, 2010, affecting some of the same regions that had experienced an historic Nor'easter three days prior. The storm brought 10 to 20 inches (25 to 51 cm) of snow across a wide swath from Washington, DC to New York City, with parts of the Baltimore metro area receiving more than 20 inches (51 cm).
The February 25–27, 2010 North American blizzard was a winter storm and severe weather event that occurred in the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions of the United States between February 24–26, 2010. This was the fourth major snowstorm of the season for some of these areas, and the third storm in February (See February 5–6, 2010 North American blizzard, February 9–10, 2010 North American blizzard). The storm dropped its heaviest snow of 12 to 24 inches (30 to 61 cm) (locally as much as 36 inches (91 cm)) across a wide area of interior New England, New York, and Pennsylvania. The storm also brought flooding rains to coastal sections of New England, with some areas experiencing as much as 4 inches (10 cm). Aside from precipitation, high winds were experienced throughout the areas affected, with sustained winds at or above tropical storm force (39 mph (63 km/h)) in many areas, and the highest gusts exceeding 60 mph (97 km/h).
And who can ever forget the BP disaster, a man started but nature run disaster that has poisoned a giant ecosystem and has wiped out a struggling economy of the whole region.
Is this the year that will finally break the American will? While the past 20 years, the evil of their ruling elites has spread with viral force, so has the steady increase in disasters after disasters, but no one has listened. This year, still less then half way through its life, has already showed to be a record breaker. The costs will be incredible and the already cancer ridden US economy may face its final blows. You can only print so much cash, after all.
The January 8–13, 2011 North American Blizzard was a major Mid-Atlantic nor'easter and winter storm, and a New England blizzard. The storm also affected portions of the Southeastern regions of the United States. This storm came just two weeks after a previous major blizzard severely affected most of these same areas in December 2010.
The January 25–27, 2011 North American blizzard was a major Mid-Atlantic nor'easter and winter storm, and a New England blizzard that affected portions of the northeastern United States and Canada. This storm came just two weeks after a previous major blizzard had already affected most of these same areas earlier on the same month of January 2011. The storm also comes just one month later from the previous major blizzard that affected the entire area after Christmas in December 2010. This storm was the third significant snowstorm to affect the region thus far in the 2010-2011 winter season.
Tornadoes ravaged the SE of America, the worst hits in recorded history. In the one state of Alabama, over 300 people died, with fatalities in other states also, numbering all over 450. Damage is incredible, as clap board construction in America tends to just fly apart and people with it. In total, in just those storms, 586 tornadoes, of which 38 were Cat 3, 15 were Cat 4 and 3 were Cat 5, landed. Major cities such as St.Louis and Raleigh NC. 226 tornadoes struck in one day alone, a record to set all records.
Iowa has again experienced record flooding, as well the Ohio and upper Mississippi are flooding again, promising to make this one of the worst seasons to date. Leeves have been blow up to divert the river water, flooding hundreds of thousands of acres of land, creating a 300km lake.
Rising water in Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky and Oklahoma is putting normal life on hold for many residents. In one town, Poplar Bluff, Mo., the local levee is in danger of breaking.
Persistent rain, Pinter says, is driving the unprecedented level of flood threats for this time of year. Typically, flooding takes place in the late summer because the rivers build up water in different areas weeks at a time.
“It is a little bit frightening that we’ve seen such devastating flooding relatively early in the season,” he says.
Even the Yellow Stone cauldron is rising. Disasters loom in every direction, but the people continue to turn away from God, celebrate evil and support an elite, totally devoid of the Christian soul.
Are all of these just coincidence? You be the judge.