Hurricane Dorian with its 185 MPH and 220 MPH gusts, caused such complete destruction of Grand Bahama Island, that not only are most structures gone, much of the island itself no longer exists above sea level!

The photos below (Click twice to enlarge) show the catastrophic results of the Hurricane "stalling" over the island and smashing it with hurricane force winds for over 24 hours:


The "AFTER" photo shows green lines which outline where the land above sea level used to be.  It is *possible* that once floodwaters recede, part or all of the land may return, but not likely.  The erosion by wind and wind-driven water has likely changed the land forever.

It is hard to imagine such destruction and even harder to imagine anyone surviving.  The death toll among island inhabitants and tourists is expected to be horrifying.

The photos below are coming in from Abaco Island:

The average person does not grasp the destructive power of a hurricane.  I do.   It is DESTRUCTION like this which drives me to warn folks to evacuate whenever a hurricane is inbound anywhere. That's why I cover these storms from early-on and tell people to either prepare or to get out.

Abaco Island

Lots of the public whine that it is "fear-mongering" and say "it's just a little wind and rain"  but it isn't;  I KNOW what these storms can do.   That's why I tell people to get out.  I will continue to do so.

Abaco Island


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    walter nelms · 8 months ago
    I think that the Chinese port was the intended target. If the before pictures of the port were correct it was a huge container facility. If other military uses were under cover, then the answer is "BINGO". I feel sorry for the locals, but they have been under colonial rule and kept in poverty for years.
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    JR Nash · 8 months ago
    This was posted on Twitter: Success!!!!.... white hats goal was to take out the chinese shipping docks suspected of human and drug trafficking operations. Suspected chinese submarine port.... all part of taking out Black hat operations who have a hold on China the same control they (have) had in North Korea, Afghan, Iran etc.
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    Why? · 8 months ago
    Interesting it tore right through the Chinese deepwater port that they just built in the Bahamas which now looks to be destroyed.
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    BoldlyReady · 8 months ago
    To think of it as just wind is dreamland ....... with ALL the material that the wind has picked up and hurling at you at 200 mph it is a HUGE GRINDING MACHINE !
    NOTHING can survive this .....NOTHING ......
    it is sad that the beautiful island of Bahamas is gone .......thanks to the BASTARDS and their "GeoEngineering" ........ Sooooo.... if "they" , the BASTARDS, have the ability to create it , they can too stop or steer it away. For some reason, oh I shouldn't forget, it is ALL Luciferian kill and destroy ALL mindset, "they" have selected to destroy and kill the Bahamas.
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    Matthew Worner · 8 months ago
    If you think it's just a little wind, next time you fly anyplace ask for a seat on the wing. People who ignore hurricanes are probably best out of the gene pool anyway. (I know, I need to develope a little sympathy for stupid.)
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      William Bermudez · 8 months ago
      It's like my dad says: you can fix ignorant, but you can't fix stupid.
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    Charles g Hawley · 8 months ago
    Looks like Florida dodged a bullet
    The people of the Bahamas need
    a lot of help and prayers.
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    Lisa Bain · 8 months ago
    This is a disaster of epic proportions. Grand Bahama contains(or did contain) about 12%+/- of the entire Bahamian population, which was well over 50K people. If, this information is correct, there could be tens of thousands of casualties, to say nothing of the environmental disaster. I've spent a lot of time there over the years and it's hard to fathom that most everything and everyone I knew is likely gone forever.
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    Copperhead · 8 months ago