China Battles Intense Flood Threat as Landslides Hit Guangdong Province

Southern China is currently battling with severe landslides and floods following unprecedented torrential rains, according to reports.

Flooding and landslides started inundating the Guangdong province last Thursday, the Daily Mail reported.

Landslides in Guangdong have injured at least six people, trapping more, and causing major damage to villages.

The unprecedented floods are predicted to be the worst in a century.

The heavy rains began affecting the area late last week, causing rivers in the Pearl River Delta to swell dangerously and triggering landslides in nearby mountainous regions.

The landslides impacted six villages in the northern Guangdong town of Jiangwan, as reported by the state media on Sunday.

This has led to significant disruptions and casualties in the area.

Among the injured, six were severely affected and had to be airlifted to a hospital in Shaoguan for emergency treatment.

Over 80 rescue workers were deployed, working day and night to restore communication lines and assist those trapped by debris.

Rescue teams faced considerable challenges due to disrupted roadways and communications, complicating efforts to reach those affected directly.

Despite these hurdles, the focus remains on evacuating trapped individuals and providing immediate medical aid to those injured.

Aerial images from the area show floodwaters nearing street levels in several towns, demonstrating the urgent nature of the rescue operations.

The National Weather Office (NWO), alerting to the critical situation, issued weather warnings specifically for the central regions of Guangdong.

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The NWO is anticipating more storms through the end of the weekend and into Monday.

Forecasts from the provincial hydrology bureau indicate the potential for historical flooding in three locations within the Bei River basin, beginning early Monday.

These floods are expected to reach levels seen approximately once a century.

They are profoundly impacting the densely populated and industrially significant Pearl River Delta.

Neighboring provinces such as Jiangxi and Fujian are also gearing up for extreme weather.

Severe rainstorms are predicted to hit these areas as well.

This comes after the Gulf states were hit with severe floods last week.

The unprecedented floods in the typically dry Dubai were blamed on “climate change” by the corporate media.

However, these reports conveniently ignored Dubai’s weather manipulation program.

The Middle Eastern nation uses “cloud seeding” to create rainfall over Dubai.

Many experts are now warning that these weather modification practices are causing unprecedented severe weather events.

One meteorologist is warning of looming “weather wars” between countries if “cloud seeding” gets out of hand.

Johan Jaques, a senior meteorologist at environmental technology company KISTERS, warned there could be “unintended consequences” to using the relatively young technology, potentially leading to “diplomatic instability.”

“Any time we interfere with natural precipitation patterns, we set off a chain of events that we have little control over,” he said.

“Interference with the weather also raises all kinds of ethical questions, as changing the weather in one country could lead to perhaps unintended yet catastrophic impacts in another.

“After all, the weather does not recognize international borders.”

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Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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