Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Spectacular Footage of a Huge Earth Flow in Russia

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The disunity in the Ukraine is definitely destabilizing the geopolitical picture of the entire world. It is laying open the desperation amid the european aristocracy regarding their pushes to conquer the whole world whilst the us dollar still retain a value. The westerly traditional information media assists the global establishment in their aims in order to get rid of Putin. Not since the apex of the cold war was the black-painting of Russia and its president been this plainly laid bare. Just an uninterested or totally brainwashed human being can stay away from to observe the untrue account laid down by the western elite to the proprietors plus writers for the corporate networks in the U.S.A as well as Europe. I understand how problematic it is to see through the image of Russia as outlined by western journalists. The western propaganda works but only on those who are far from living the truth.

This article originally appeared at Seemorerocks


An absolutely stunning new video has appeared on Youtube overnight showing footage shot from a road of the movement of a very large and very spectacular earthflow in Russia.  It has to be said that the videographer was as cool as the weather in his or her slow retreat from the path of the landslide:-

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There is no information about the landslide, except that it occurred on 1st April 2015 at Zarechnyi. Liveleak also has the video of the Russian earthflow, with a label that says Penzenskaya Oblast. If this is correct then it is in an area on the western side of Russia. Given that this would be the thawing season, the conditions would be right for this type of landslide. But there is also a volcano called Zarechnyi on Kamchatka, although I assume that this is not the location of this landslide.

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