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Damage, destruction in Bahamas making relief work extremely difficult


Cesar Sullivan

20 thoughts on “Damage, destruction in Bahamas making relief work extremely difficult

  1. I am in Deltona and not in your viewing area but I have to applaud the coverage of your channel. Thank you for getting these stories out.

  2. Obama would be the first to help these people….Trump won't lift a finger…only to tweet a thousand times a day….on how great he is….what a damn joke he is!!!

  3. rebuild up , and away from the shorline. A houseboat would be a life saving investment . i know there's tons of brand new boats sitting somewhere in America , is profit worth more than helping the neighbors who have nothing ?

  4. It is going a long time before you have power …. there is no infrastructure left everything has to start all over again … everything!!!

  5. Heartbreaking!! And it's not like there won't be any more hurricanes worst than this! How can you rebuild knowing that?! Got to rebuild smarter.

  6. NO POPE SUPPORT
    NO VATICAN SUPPORT
    NO GOVERNMENTS SUPPORT
    NO OBAMAS SUPPORT
    NO OPRAH SUPPORT
    NO THE FAMILY CHRISTIAN MAFIA SUPPORT?

  7. Man made hurricane. Hurricanes dont sit still for 3 days without moving. The elites that run this world want these people dead, so they can take their land. This was Genocide.

  8. Hi Christian! Note the AD at the beginning of this vid!! Anyway I had to just say… As I just got my degree last year in EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT… I learned so much in my degree… First of all in our natural disasters course we were supposed to post a natural disaster weekly and it was an online course. There was a mudslide in Madagascar Africa… Over 400,000. Local people were displaced from their homes !! Let me go on to say… As I elaborate below… That the Army Corps of Engineers… Who primarily do disaster response and recovery for every member of the United Nations… Which also we donate $50,000 got each natural disaster …which is not that much if you think about all the damages from the disasters…who Said that if it wasn’t for the local young men who led them up into the mountains on foot they would not have known how to navigate to reach the people that were needing rescue. Thus the need of volunteers who are not “officially trained.” I learned so much in my degree… First of all in our natural disasters course we were supposed to post a natural disaster weekly and it was an online course. There was a mudslide in Madagascar Africa… Over 400,000 people were displaced !! When I went to search for it so I could post the link… Nothing came up except Disney’s movie… Madagascar… I thought “WTF” 🤬😒… This is Youtube this is worldwide and we’re supposed to be able to upload any videos even from our phone at any given second. It is being censored now & Google OWNS YouTube. Not only that I’ve noticed that the natural disasters as of the past two years now only show the major news networks… It is very difficult to find any individuals that have uploaded their personal video footage from any major disaster which is from their front porch their coastal home etc. so Youtube is censoring that as well you have to scroll and scroll and scroll and you still did not find hardly anything uploaded from individuals! 🤬. With that being said… I have done disaster response and recovery for many years… Even as recent as this year with the 4F for tornadoes that merged together within a mile in Opelika Alabama , The Red Cross would not help me out or reimburse me with the hotel whatsoever… As you said a grassroots effort it was the church that housed the operation command post. I paid for my hotel myself which is over $100 and drove to the command post after I had gotten it off of a Facebook page. On the way, either the asst. chief of police or sheriff was saying how they did not need any volunteers… when I arrived at the command post, and showed them my ID and that I was already credentialed with a federal background check as a CERT ( certified emergency response team ) member, they signed me up as a team leader and told me I didn’t need to go to the orientation. However being new in that town and not knowing the area and what had happened exactly I thought it best that I go ahead and sit through an orientation. All the first responders that were there ranging from the sheriffs department to EMS to local volunteers which included teenagers… They announce how grateful they were the volunteers came into play spread the word that has many volunteers that they knew could show up and donate their time that they were desperately needed! The radio station that had the asst. chief of police said NOT to come and That they were inundated with volunteers and to please not to just show up!! 😡🤭👎🏻 In our NIMS’s course, Which stands for national incident management system… That is where the governments appointed hiearchy over emergency management will come in to any given town or city and try to basically take over. They tried to say that people that are not credentialed or trained should not volunteer because they just get in the way and cause problems. It is true that people’s compassion is elicited during a disaster and everyone wants to help… All those volunteering hands and feet boats chainsaw etc. greatly needed and it doesn’t take much training to be able to use your own basic simple tools and resources! You would think that before the F for Hurricane or at five hurricane completely demolish is an island that they would use the crew ships and Airlines to get them off instead of afterwards… Just think about it it doesn’t even make sense… The undesirables, the handicap, the elderly, it is a deer population method and it is called Weather weaponry… Google it educate yourself and read up on it a lot of the storms are man-made an artificially and purposely targeting rural areas and impoverished areas as well as highly densely populated areas. It is very sad that is why there is such a problem getting things done in the time needed and there are so many people left behind… They do not have the money they are not educated and they do not realize how bad it is or they would have left the area! Anyone that has been through or has been educated about an F3 or a cat three hurricane no they were not gonna have power for several days and that the wind and storm surge are going to be extremely damaging. It is best to leave them to stay. I am very sad to see that our government does not take care of the people and protect them as we should to ensure their safety we just warn them and then leave them! I can tell that Christian knows this because I’m very astute and intuitive and he has to say what he has on the news and nothing more but I’m sure it is very disheartening to see what goes on after you spent your blood sweat toil and tears… I spent an entire Summer and Haley… I have spent a lot of time loading wood guys use chainsaws to cut trees down that were laid over peoples home so they could get out or over their vehicles that were entirely smashed and made sure that water was brought to them… Anyway thank you for all you do!

  9. Get out there prayer groups and offer prayer pass out some snacks gaterade gum pepermints a lilttle toys Psalms 91 and 51

  10. Urgent Please Donate to Sumaritan Purse 1-800-789-1525. 501c charity to help these people.( 87% make it to the Bahama people.) They are running a big jet and a ship. No power for a year no water for a year. Any amount you can and pass the word to anyone you can.

  11. the concrete buildings are all undamaged, it is only the wooden huts that are destroyed. So it seems they should only have stormproof buildings in that region?

  12. NOBODY WANTS TO TALK ABOUT THE MISSING…THERE WERE OVER 68K. ON THOSE ISLANDS, APPARENTLY, & IT IS ESTIMATED THAT 40,000 ARE MISSING…3,000 HAVE LEFT THE ISLANDS…A FEW HUNDRED MAYBE, STILL TRYING TO LEAVE THE ISLANDS…DO THE MATH…I THINK THEY DON'T WANT TO GIVE OUT THE NUMBERS FOR FEAR & PANIC & LOSS OF REVENUE TO THE AREA…;)

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