This blog is inspired by the "Ringing Cedars of Russia" series by Russian author Vladimir Megre. Please see "Anastasia the Vedrus" on the following link on this blog: http://co-creatingournewearth.blogspot.co.nz/2012/05/anastasia-of-vedrus.html
Tuesday, 25 September 2012
What Really Happened in Krasnodar, Russia ??? Silencing of the Truth: July 2012
The tragedy in Krasnodar region of Russia...
- by Yuri Smirnov
My dear friends! Please take a minute to give love and a prayer to those who died on the terrible night on 7th of July in Krasnodar region of Russia, Krymsk town during the devastating floods...
"I can't stop thinking about this tragedy with tears on my yeys... A good friend of mine lost her parents who lived in Krymsk town and son, 26 y.o, a talented poet and musician... They died within minutes when a huge 7 meters high wave came at night after 1 am when everybody was asleep... The officials did absolutely nothing to wake the people up, they did not give them even a little chance, those 3-5 minutes they might needed to escape from the flood. There were no signals, or sirens, to warn the people... absolutely nothing! And now they lie to us from the TV news, telling about 170 killed people... No way! The witnesses are telling about hundreds of corps in the houses and in the streets and a few thousands of missing people... "
If what started Khodynka, That Khodynka and over, right. At the Council of Deputies, listening to rumours, repeated, exasperated muffled - If you're starting from destruction, at the end of repeated devastation. And now - with the universal sorrow Or maybe skeptical of Rome: - What began with the "Kursk" and Lena, it seems that over the Crimea. You no one would blame the elements, on our heads. You bet! Are we beasts which, to see it as an occasion for anger? Here to grieve, thinking together, hanging his head, silent ... But you this - a reason for revenge volunteers and all printing! razushenya And the face of the dust. In the face of poverty and resentment Again sight of your fear and helplessness of the whole pyramid. Again lies and lack of communication, And the silence of the high pride. And under a layer of debris and dirt, as always The truth is buried. Themselves again save yourself the same Pursuing feed and investigation ... Understand true even fact that it is over the Crimea. beysya However, the truth can not hide. Not soften Sovereign faces. And what we ought Krymsk to have ended yet? Dmitry Bykov
Russia Krymsk Flood Compilation, July 2012, Death Toll: 172 (रूस बाढ़ संकलन)
The equivalent of five months of rain fell overnight in some southern parts of the country according to the Hydrometeorological Centre of Russia.
172 people died during the floods, and Russian police said the floods damaged the homes of nearly 13,000 people.
According to the governor of Krasnodar Krai, Alexander Tkachyov, "there was nothing of the kind for the last 70 years".
Most of the victims lived in the city of Krymsk, 50 miles (80 km) from Krasnodar and 10 miles (16 km) from Novorossiysk, at the foot of a minor mountain range running along the coast of the Black Sea. Eyewitnesses reported that the flood hit the city around 2 a.m. local time on July 7, 2012 when most residents were asleep. The flood wave reached the height of 7 m (23 ft), submerging many houses to the ceiling and drowning those who could not escape in time. There were also deaths on the coast of the Black Sea in Gelendzhik, a resort, and in Novorossiysk, a port.
Russia's government faces growing pressure to install a new emergency warning system and improve weather forecasting after survivors complained that little was done to prevent scores of people from being killed in floods in the south of the country.
Survivors said no flood warning had been issued before a huge wave pummeled through Krymsk, the worst-hit town in the Krasnodar region near the Black Sea, early on July 7th.
Наводнение на ночь с 6 по 7 июля 2012 года. Уровень воды на ул. Лагерной г. Крымска 2 метра 70 см. Снимал житель одного из домов этой улицы Вадим Подлубный. Под толщей воды не видно даже высокого забора.
Flood on the night of 6 to 7 July 2012. The water level on the street. Camp Krymsk 2 meters 70 centimeters photographed a resident of one of the houses of the street Vadim Podlubny. Under the sea water is not seen even a high fence.
I put photos - continuing this video on his page to classmates.
Жители Кубани, да и всей России не верят официальной информации о количестве погибших при наводнении в Краснодарском крае. Краевой ЗАГС говорит о 132 погибших, власти Кубани о 172, МЧС о 171-м, а Следственный комитет - о 164. Это ложь!
The inhabitants of the Kuban, and the whole of Russia do not believe the official information about the number of victims of flooding in the Krasnodar region. Provincial Registry Office says 132 dead, the authorities of the Krasnodar region 172, MOE of 171 m, and the Investigative Committee - about 164. It's a lie!