Kirabati Going Down | Island Nation Prepares to Evacuate 100,000

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Kiribati sinks into the seas

Kiribati’s New President Backing Migration With Dignity

The inhabitants of this 3000 mile long island country may or may not end up keeping their dignity, but the migration being called for is really an evacuation. With sea levels rising on a global level, low lying island chains such as Kiribati are being inundated by the seas. With a fast growing, mostly poor popular of over 100,000, the questions are piling up. Where where they go and who will take them in? Thus begins one of the first mass exoduses* of the End Times Generation.CHURCH FLOOD MADE THE PADRE A BELIEVER
Originally, the Catholic priests on Kiribati scoffed at the idea that man could be responsible for climate change. But now, the outer islands are sinking into the Pacific and erosion is increasing everywhere. Businesses that used to be there no longer are there. One of the main skeptics was Father Martin, who disapproved of the climate activists because they detracted from faith in God. OK Father, way to protect the flock. Things have changed, perhaps because his own church is now flooding during storm surges and the foundations are beginning to give way. What’s up with that, God?Here’s what Father Martin says now. “When it was first mentioned about the dangers of climate change, I was not believing myself in global warming. It was said that the ice on the North and the South Poles was melting. But I was not a bit concerned about it. But now I accept that climate change is happening and it’s destroying a lot of goodness in the land we now have in Kiribati.”

* This is not the first mass involuntary diaspora in the Pacific. Read the heart-warming story of the Marshall Islands and the Rongelop Atoll, whose inhabitants were in the wrong place when for the American “Bravo” nuke test. The Atoll remains deserted due to radiation levels. They didn’t teach you this in history class? Shame.

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