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Jerry Brown Forces California Prosecutors To Downgrade Illegal Alien Felonies To Misdemeanors


BREAKING: California Prosecutor Prioritizes The Rights Of Violent Criminal Immigrants (Note we can’t call these criminals ‘illegal aliens’!)

 

If a violent criminal is picked up by the police, the prosecutors in the state of California are under orders to reduce the charges so it is a misdemeanor.  Not only will the release an army of illegal alien criminals on California (and if they travel, the rest of the USA)  but it is also the exact same ‘solution’ DNC-run ghetto cities use to keep the crime statistics down even as crime ravages every neighborhood.

 

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Heavy Snow/Rain In Oroville Basin Water Catchment Can Cause Dam Collapses

Video from yesterday, it is morning in California and so far, no videos up yet, expect more in a few hours.  The Oroville Dam has dammed rivers above which feed into the Oroville Dam catchment and these are over 100% full, some are very, very full.  It continues to rain and snow in this part of California in particular.  This is very similar to conditions of 1848 when people were stranded in the deep snow all winter and had to resort to cannibalism.

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Oroville Dam Disaster Is Inevitable Due To Poor Design, Ridiculous Planning And Disregard Of Geology

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A 1997 report from 30 years ago pointed out that the Oroville dam has poor flood control systems: This report was a Congressional hearing about water management and of course, how the Reagan dam projects in particular, are very poorly set up and are definitely prone to overtopping and collapse.  The history of the Oroville dam is most interesting to me at least, for I grew up in the Southwest and remember the Water Wars really good.  Note the book illustration shows a LA home perched right on the precipice, a cliff on the ocean!  HAHAHA.  On stilts, no less!

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Complex ‘Mud Volcanoes’ In Nevada Has Clusters Of Earthquakes, Increasingly Active


Mammoth Lake region in Nevada has major earthquake.


This news is from last spring: 4/20/2016 — Professionals say Major Earthquake Overdue at California / Nevada border – YouTube with this being right on the exact spot where yesterday’s earthquake happened.  It is very interesting, the architecture of Nevada, land of many mineral riches.

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Interesting Earthquake Offshore Northern California

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As always, the entire earth is very active and it has been unusually active in the last 30 years with some very major earthquake/tsunami events.  Not all big earthquakes cause tsunamis or volcanic eruptions.  But when the planet is being influenced by the sun which has a big influence as does the moon, our planet goes through active cycles and quiet periods.

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Many Micro Quakes On San Andreas Fault Between LA and San Diego

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Recent Earthquakes in California and Nevada – Index Map: for the last two years, California has seen increasing numbers of small clusters of quakes at the San Diego end of the San Andreas Fault and the San Francisco end at the north part.  This week, it has been quite heavy, shaking nearly constantly with the middle stretch continuing to be totally still.  This is a sign of the inevitable major quake that is going to rip through some day with little to no warning.

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Stop The Presses: Buildings In California Are Falling Off Of Cliffs!!!

WATCH: Pacifica Coastal Erosion Caught on Drone Video – YouTube

Years and years ago,  I used to live in the Bay Area in various houses and then even in a junkyard commune where we all worked on trucks and buses which was a lot of hippie fun back then.  Wouldn’t do that today, of course.  My family has lived in California and Arizona since the famous Gold Rush and we still have family there and my grandfather (and then the rest of us) would go about Los Angeles making fun of all the homes being built on unstable, dangerous mountainsides and the beach.

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