Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Events During Christmas Day Around the World

Merry Christmas everyone!

I hope you spent a joyful day, surrounded by loved ones.
This year,  hundreds of thousands have spent Christmas dealing with extraordinary circumstances: Hundreds of thousands have spent the day without power in Argentina, Canada, USA and UK. 

England and Scotland has been hit by hard storms these last few days. The storm has left 75.000 homes across UK without power and many areas such as Surrey and Dorcet are flooded. Evacuated people have spent Christmas in shelters. 25 people have been rescued in Dorset, trapped in their cars by flood water.
The storms and floods also affected Mexico and Brazil, with 50.000 affected in Brazil alone. Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay have been affected by heat waves. Argentina is still struggling with its power problem, many having spent over six days without power by now. Red alert has been declared in Argentina due to feel like temperatures that have reached 111.2 ºF.

Meanwhile, USA and Canada are dealing with climatic struggles of their own. The storms have left nearly 800.000 people without power while dealing with freezing temperatures. Quebec, Toronto and Michigan are some of the most affected cities. 
As you can see, a lot of people are struggling this Christmas. Let’s keep them all in our prayers. It is because of situations like these that we do what we do, prepare so as to get by such emergencies as best as possible as well as preparing for life in general.
Merry Christmas everyone.



Loyalist said...

Merry Christmas and thank you for all that you do!

Anonymous said...

The cold weather this year has made me pull out my copy of Danielle Kidnapped, a very good book you recommended some time ago about a new ice age.


cryingfreeman said...

Would you believe it FerFal, we had 2 inches of snow on Tuesday, after a wild and crazy storm. The big day and today are calm but icy, and all the snow is gone except on the mountains. So, we almost had a white one here (Co Louth, Ireland).

Anonymous said...

this christmas i ordered 6 copies of your book and gave to them friends who are concerned about the coming events.

your book has such great advice, i've read dozens of "survival" and other types of books and none were as "real" as yours. thank you for taking the time to write that down for every one else to learn from.

merry christmas and i hope you and your family had a nice day.

FerFAL said...

Hey Anonymous, thanks a lot for your support. I'm glad that you found my book useful. Take care and Merry Christmas to you too! Hope you have a great new year as well.

Anonymous said...

Happy Holidays Ferfal And everybody else!.
Don't forget the piranha attack in Argentina, brother.

Survival Pro said...

Hope you all had a safe and a very merry Christmas. It is just sad that there were a lot of people who encountered these things on Christmas. Hope they are all okay despite the incidents they faced. Happy new year everyone!