The entire story is coming to its conclusion.
We will make one quick wrap-up for all those who don’t know what we are talking about.
You have probably heard about the story of the ship that got stuck in the Suez Canal! It was all over the news, digital and printed, as well as on TV.
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So, the #SuezCanal is blocked…
Massive container ship EVER GIVEN stuck in the most awkward way possible.
Ongoing for hours. Every tug Egypt could spare appear to be trying to pull it free.
— John Scott-Railton (@jsrailton) March 23, 2021
A traffic jam on the Suez Canal, like the one caused by the massive Ever Given container ship, is rather a big problem. Why is the Suez Canal so important? pic.twitter.com/8AAiHpmQUM
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 24, 2021
It is an exciting event. Maybe it isn’t something that you usually read here, but there is something that you haven’t noticed.
Firstly, the name of the boat that got stuck is H3RC.
Doesn’t ring the bell?
Well, HRC means Hillary Rodham/Rotten Clinton!
Secondly, this isn’t the best news so far. Can you guess the name of the ship that tried to save H3RC?
Yes, you read very well.
There is more “coincidence,” the three boats’ names around.
Thirdly, their names are Mosaed (Mossad) 1,2, and 3.
Everything is true. I checked it on my own.
Moreover, if you don’t believe me, I’ve got proves, take a look below.
And, I am not the only one who noticed this.
Read the report from Bloomberg:
The 193-kilometer-long (120 miles) Suez Canal is among the most trafficked waterways in the world, used by oil tankers shipping crude from the Middle East to Europe and North America. About 12% of global trade and 8% of liquefied natural gas pass through the canal, as do around one million barrels of oil each day.
No progress has been made so far in floating the vessel and clearing the canal, the Gulf Agency Company, which provides services including Suez transits, said by email. Images released by the Suez Canal Authority showed the vessel’s hull firmly wedged into a banking.
They also depicted efforts by the Baraka 1, one of eight tug boats deployed so far in the rescue, to try and yank the ship free.
The weight of the Ever Given — about 224,000 tons — and small size of the tug boats operated by canal authorities have hampered work so far, according to two people familiar with the situation, who asked not to be identified discussing private details. Ship owners are in talks with SMIT Salvage B.V., which has larger tugs, to assist, indicating that it may take days to clear the canal, one of the people said.”
And from VesselFinder, too.
However, I’ve got more proves, read the report from The Guardian:
One of the largest container ships in the world has been partially refloated after it ran aground in the Suez canal, causing a huge jam of vessels at either end of the vital international trade artery.
The 220,000-ton, 400-metre-long Ever Given – a so-called megaship operated by the Taiwan-based firm Evergreen – became stuck near the southern end of the canal on Tuesday. The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) said it had lost the ability to steer amid high winds and a dust storm.
Eight tugboats were working to free the vessel, blocking a lane key to Asia-Europe trade through which about 50 ships a day passed in 2019, according to Egyptian government statistics.
GAC, a Dubai-based marine services company, said the Ever Given had been partially refloated and moved alongside the canal bank, citing information from the SCA.
“Convoys and traffic are expected to resume as soon as the vessel is towed to another position,” GAC said on its website.
Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM), the ship’s technical manager, said it ran aground in the canal at about 0540 GMT on Tuesday.
BSM said all crew were safe and accounted for, and there had been no reports of injuries or pollution.
A growing number of tankers were gathering near the entrance to the canal on Wednesday morning waiting to pass through. Seven vessels carrying 6.3m barrels of crude oil were among those unable to pass, the research firm Kpler said, with another three carrying an additional 2.5m barrels scheduled to try to make the passage by the end of the week.
The accident was probably due in part to strong winds that turned the containers above deck into a vast sail that blew the vessel off course, said Jamil Sayegh, a former captain and maritime law specialist with experience navigating the canal. “The force generated by the wind would have unintentionally altered the heading of the vessel,” he said.
But he added that human error may also have been a factor since ships traverse the canal in convoys and none of the vessels behind the Ever Given had run into similar troubles.
“Ships are machines run by propulsion engines with rudders that are almost identical in all vessels. The variables on board are the software and the personnel.”
Vessels passing through the Suez are obligated to use Egyptian pilots to help them navigate the stretch, he said.
Weather forecasts would have shown that winds were strong on Wednesday, but he said both canal authorities and mariners tried not to delay passage.
“If you delay this vessel at Suez anchorage, it means you are making the ship owner to lose $60,000 [£44,000] per day or $3-4000 per hour of delay,” said Sayegh, the Beirut agent for the shipping journal Lloyd’s.
The incentive not to pause journeys had grown more acute with the rise of just-in-time supply chains in recent decades, said Peter Sand, the chief shipping analyst with Bimco, an international association for shipowners.
“For decades shipping has been the invisible conveyor belt at sea, enabling large manufacturing industries like automative to do just-in-time shipments, even though from time to time shippers are calling foul in terms of the reliability of the schedule,” he said. “Some production lines may be halted due to containers being caught in traffic like this.”
Lars Jensen, the chief executive of SeaIntelligence Consulting, said delays increased the risk of congestion at European ports. “When the canal reopens, this will mean that the delayed cargo will now arrive at the same time as cargo behind it which is still on track,” he said.
As well as you can see from the photos, I am not lying, and this is not a conspiracy theory!
From here, we go to the evidence from a fortuneteller.
Maybe It’s something different, but it doesn’t mean it is wrong. We have talked to you about Robin Bullock.
He had a prophecy, only one day before the event, that a ship would get stuck, and it will be the trending news all over the world.
Can you believe in this?
It is unbelievable! What is going to happen? Robin Bullock says it previously. But, this is not something that we made up. We have proof too.
Below you can see his video where he predicts the future event.
And, now, you can read the top comments.
And we have additional help from YouTube!
In conclusion, the last news is for the middle of the day on March 25.
It is about the Red Sea Moment in The Red Sea! In the beginning, I thought it served as a metaphor.
But, later I realize it was all true!
You don’t have to be a world geography master to realize something, and you can take a map and see that precisely this canal, Suez Canal, is the direct link to the Red Sea!
It is just too many coincidences at one time…
Furthermore, the boat that is stuck is ‘Ever Given,’ but on its side, we can read “EVERGREEN,” the shipping company’s name!
Do you want to know our point?
Well, Business Insider tells us that Hillary’s Secret Service code is “EVERGREEN.”
Perhaps another coincidence…
We were told to "watch the water"
— Robin in Tx (@Robinc5727) March 23, 2021
The most intriguing question is: What is inside the boat?
Trafficked children, maybe?
What if the captain if this ship was told to turn it around, cause they knew they were being waited for? Are we about to find out what that ship is carrying, that they can’t afford for us to find out? Watch the Water, we’ve been told, Watch the Water! pic.twitter.com/dDUV1NawXH
— Aging Healthy.Ca (@AgingCa) March 25, 2021
See the video below.
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