Iran Invasion of California, two Dams? Oroville, and Sutherland?

***NOTE*** There is currently a dam in Mosul, Iraq. It is about to either fail, or be destroyed. It is also the headquarters of ISIS and their leader. You'll have to read on to see the connection I am referring to.***

Iran Invasion of California, two Dams? Oroville, and Sutherland?

By: Michael D. Tobin
Feb. 12, 2017


You'll have to listen to my show,  Podcast:Michael Tobin Show- Iran Invasion of California, two Dams? Oroville, and Sutherland? for all my commentary as I'll do my best to include some of it, here. But I'm frazzled over this. 

Here are a few statements I wrote down as things were occuring Sunday, Feb 12, 2017 after my broadcast and before completing with my blog: 
Here is the link I mentioned in this Take 2 broadcast that is the first of articles finally dealing with important issues and tough facts for all parties involved, to deal with. You may go to this link to read how all this is said to have begun. California's Oroville Dam disaster is a wake-up call for America
Jake Novak| @jakejakeny
6 Hours Ago http://www.cnbc.com/2017/02/13/californias-oroville-dam-disaster-is-a-wake-up-call-commentary.html
I'll just say I'm sticking to my story because I just find it more difficult to believe one week of something as sudden as that hole in the dam would bring us to where we're at now, unless it was an attack, rather than 4 years of drought. Somebody thinks we're dumber than I may be making myself out to be, by being some conspiracy theorist, which is kind of embarrassing, but this seems quite different and I'll take the scorn for it. 

Michael Tobin- I'm about 900+ miles south. I have a friend in West Virginia who actually had a vision last year thet there was a huge flood near the San Francisco Bridge! If you look at the map, you'll see that the water flow a couple hundred miles north east where Oroville Dam is, leads all the way into the SF BAY! So if God sees fit to show someone something before it happens, then there is some significance that He wants His people to be aware of. My friend, who is a personal friend I had known since Bible school, from 1989-1994 before coming back to California, actually has a daughter living near the San Francisco Bay south of the Grizzly Bay! I just found that out. So her daughter is right near below a place called Grizzly Bay that the Feather River leads from the dam, down to the Sacramento River, then on down to the San Joaquin River AND a canal, on down to the Grizzly Bay that her daughter lives just a few miles below. We'll see if it reaches all the way down there but I don't believe it will be disastrous because the Grizzly Bay, which looks like a humongous lake, goes into the San Francisco Bay, THEN to the Pacific Ocean. Hense, my friend's vision of the San Francisco Bridge and a flood! Praise Jesus Mom knows everything huh? 


So! Going forward. My following notes:

Fringe Radio Network 19 hours ago from Spreaker.com
Michael Tobin - This is what happens when a governor purposefully withholds water, which a friends Mom who works for the California Water Board, says there never was a drought. It's all for corruption, power and money. Now we're going to have more water than we've ever dreamed of and there's no denying it and we're going to be blessed and the state and global warming psychos won't have any way to use water as a way to put us in any more bondage. It's all such a horrible plan that our stupid voters allowed with all their stupidity. It's coming to an end and Trump is all part of defeating those who have abused their power and position for way too long.

Fringe Radio Network 19 hours ago from Spreaker.com
Michael Tobin- It's either an attack or it's our own doing this for actual on-hands experience for national security and military prior to destroying the Mosul Dam, which is literally ancient Ninevah, as prophesied in the book of Nahum that Ninevah will be flooded. I didn't cover the part that it might be a deliberate training scenario though. But I believe more that it is a foreign attack. That is what I believe the Lord is showing me. I wish it wasn't but I can't help it.

Fringe Radio Network 20 hours ago from Spreaker.com
Michael Tobin- What's happening now, from Los Angeles Times 10:30PM UPDATE Pacific Time Sunday, Feb 12, 2017 --- Evacuations ordered below Oroville Dam after a hole is found in its emergency spillway --- Tns of thousands of residents in Northern California were ordered to immediately evacuate Sunday afternoon after erosion at the emergency spillway at Lake Oroville threatened to flood downstream towns. 

The flood danger emerged suddenly when a hole developed Sunday in the auxiliary spillway that was being used to lower the levels of the full-to-the brim reservoir. The erosion could undermine the concrete top of the spillway, allowing torrents of water to wash downhill into the Feather River and flood Oroville and other towns in Yuba, Sutter and Butte counties.

Sunday night, officials said the threat had diminished because the lake level had dropped and water was no longer washing over the emergency spillway. But the situation at Oroville remained precarious. The two main avenues for getting water out of the lake – the unpaved emergency spillway and the main concrete spillway – were both damaged.

Both spillways are separate from Oroville dam itself, which state officials continued to say was not in danger. The main spillway, a long concrete chute off to the side of the dam, has a gaping gash in it that forced officials to reduce releases last week.

And the arrival of a new storm system later this week put water officials on a race against time. Bill Croyle, the acting director of the state Department of Water Resources, said they planned to continue discharging flows at a rate of 100,000 cubic feet per second, with the hope of lowering the reservoir level by 50 feet. 

latimes.com/local/lanow/la-m..
Live updates: Evacuations ordered below Oroville Dam
FEB. 12, 2017, 6:47 P.M.
"This is not a Drill. Repeat this is not a drill,” the National Weather Service said Sunday, urging people living below Oroville Dam to evacuate. The evacuation was ordered because of a “hazardous situation” involving the Northern California dam's emergency spillway. The National Weather Service said the auxiliary spillway is expected to fail and could send an “uncontrolled release of flood waters from Lake Oroville.”

FEB. 12, 2017, 6:47 P.M.
Sandbags and rocks will be used to try to plug a hole in Oroville Dam's emergency spillway Los Angeles Times Matt Hamilton

Interestingly enough, in tying up how I am relating the two California dam scenarios with the Mosul (Ninevah) Dam imminent target of enemy destruction; A small plane with a flight student, a male instructor and another male, crashed right near the Sutherland Dam, slightly north of the crash site in Ramona, CA (San Diego County), with one fatality, the female. But the two males names have NOT been released nor even mentioned of the ability to mention the names. I believe the news are purposefully not even mentioning anything about their names because, the way things have been going with so many prior incidences, the names have turned out to be an Islamic, Arabic/Middle Eastern nature. So I am waiting for their names. If your reading this and do not know the names yet it is because they still have not been released. I will update when the names are revealed. But I believe it is highly likely that this small Southern California Sutherland Dam was a target missed, as the eyewitness accounts of the final flight pattern near the dam, are definitely abnormal. I'm sorry folks but I've got this feeling all of this is related, and after the Mosul ISIS guy is dead, there will be retaliation, but the retaliation has already began, and the Oroville Dam is already part of it, and quite possibly this small southern CA dam was a missed target, and who cares, as even our own President Trump is even threatening our state with withholding of Federal funds and we're a laughingstock to the whole country anyways, right? But as far as the Mosul Dam is concerned, the ISIS leader and ISIS headquarters are located in ancient Ninevah, now Mosul, right where the Mosul Dam is, and is under threat of being destroyed. So for monumental reasons, it seems opportune for some of our terrorist enemies inflict us in the same manner they know THEY are soon to be inflicted by.
Survivors hike for help after plane crash kills one http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/public-safety/sd-me-plane-crash-20170212-story.html

I'm going to attach the pre-evacuation news report and the post evacuation news report from the same article, before and after the sudden urgency was implied of the situation. Everybody was so positive and everything was fine. As usual, things changed, and the next thing I suspect, there will come out reports of foreign attack or terrorism. Whatever the case, you need to listen to my podcast as I make my argument that it is indeed foreign involvement. 
MAP Oroville Dam 2-12-2017 So Cal-to-Oroville Distance

But before I include the two articles below, here are my thoughts in print, the best I can share them effectively:
Here is what the L.A. Times have posted as of the time listed: 
Live updates: Evacuations ordered below Oroville Dam
FEB. 12, 2017, 6:59 P.M.
"This is not a Drill. Repeat this is not a drill,” the National Weather Service said Sunday, urging people living below Oroville Dam to evacuate. The evacuation was ordered because of a “hazardous situation” involving the Northern California dam's emergency spillway. The National Weather Service said the auxiliary spillway is expected to fail and could send an “uncontrolled release of flood waters from Lake Oroville.” http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-live-updates-oroville-dam-20170212-htmlstory.html

(13 hrs ago:) Me:  It's a fixn to overflow. Next round of storms are on the way around the 18th. As far as your dream about a flood San Francisco represents California because of the Golden Gate bridge and the 9th Circuit Court of appeals is located in SF also. This whole judge situation here calls for a flood in my opinion and our President has already threatened California to withold all Fed funds.
(12 hrs ago) News is so fresh that the status of the dam has gone from nations largest, to California's highest and now to California's 2nd largest dam between several articles lol. They're SCRAMBLING and I have a feeling it's way worse than they're all trying to downplay. Just look at all these statements about how nobody should be worried. I need to check this out more after church but we'll see. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-oroville-historic-spill-20170211-story.html
(4 hrs ago) I didn't even get a chance to post this until about an hour after reading it. Now as I attach it, the headline has changed and I was able to see for sure because I hadn't even closed the window yet. But as the link transferred to the post, it had changed to the Evacuation headline. So here's the original headline: Water flowing out of Lake Oroville emergency spillway By Evan Sernoffsky, San Francisco Chronicle Updated 11:36 am, Sunday, February 12, 2017 http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Lake-Oroville-discharging-water-over-dam-s-10926950.php
(4 hrs ago) Here are 3 segments from the original release from the article above, and I will have it in it's entirety on my blog along with the update above, for the sudden differences of narrative between o, it's all fine and normal, to, evacuations ordered. ::: The trouble with reservoir started last Tuesday when operators detected a hole in the dam’s primary spillway, a 3,000-foot long concrete-lined channel that has been used often in this especially wet winter.The hole grew dramatically in the following days, prompting officials to slow the outflow of the main spillway to 55,000 cubic feet per second — less than the inflow of 90,000 cubic feet per second that was dumping into lake from recent storms and runoff. Lake Oroville and its dam — the nation’s tallest at 770 feet — are cornerstones of the state’s water project. The reservoir is the second largest in the state behind Lake Shasta and supplies water to Central Valley along with districts in the Bay Area and Southern California.
Officials closed the Edward Hyatt Powerplant at the base of the dam after concrete from the primary spillway formed a pile, causing water to pool and flow toward the station.

(3 hrs ago) My friend, Craig C. White of www.hightimetoawake.com   concerning this article I sent him: 

Iraqi news outlets claim Abu Bakr al-Bahgdadi seriously hurt, transferred to Syria for treatment

 http://www.timesofisrael.com/islamic-state-leader-badly-injured-in-iraq-airstrike-reports/ the past three years. None of them have been substantiated. Even this article casts doubts about the claims of his injury. It says that al-Baghdadi was injured in Mosul which is the hometown and headquarters of ISIS. The article says that he was transported to Syria. Greater Mosul is surrounded. If al-Baghdadi was transported to Syria then how did ISIS get him past the Iraqi Army, Kurdish Peshmerga, and Iranian backed Shia troops? I suspect that al-Baghdadi will die inside of Mosul just like Assyrian king Sinsharishkun died inside of Nineveh when it flooded in 612 BC. Sinsharishkun committed suicide when he saw that the walls of Nineveh were breached. 

I think that the Prophet Nahum identifies al-Baghdadi in the following verse.

Nahum 1:11 There is one come out of thee, that imagineth evil against the LORD, a wicked counsellor.

The Old Testament book of Nahum is all about the flooding and destruction of the ancient Assyrian capital city of Nineveh. Today Mosul is built around the ruins of Nineveh. I think that Nahum also predicts the flooding of ISIS in Mosul.

Nineveh was destroyed by a flood along with three invading armies in 612 BC. When the walls of Nineveh collapsed the Assyrian King Sinsharishkun committed suicide inside of the city. Sinsharishkun is certainly represented in Nahum 1:11. ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi may also be represented.

Read my commentary titled The End of ISIS is near! http://hightimetoawake.com/the-end-of-isis-is-near/

And finally before sharing the two conflicting-urgency reports from the San Francisco Chronicle, my reply to my friend, Craig C. White (2 hrs ago) Me
That all makes complete sense. Also, beings it would be impossible for al Baghdadi to get past allied army, then it may just be a strategic code story that his time is coming soon as the Mosul dam's destruction is imminent now that our own U.S. intelligence is well aware that the Oroville Dam is a related similarity target as well as this Southern CA Sutherland Dam that was missed, but the main target, Oroville, is mission accomplished. So now the guy is ready to go home to his 70 virgins in the sky. I think all hell is breaking loose and we're pre occupied with Federal aid recipients taking drug tests, Lady Gaga and all the other non sense.


Water flowing out of Lake Oroville emergency spillway


 
Updated 11:36 am, Sunday, February 12, 2017

State water officials watched nervously Sunday as thousands of cubic feet of water continued to gush over Lake Oroville’s emergency spillway every second — an unprecedented measure to reduce water volume in the state’s second largest reservoir that neared capacity this weekend.
The spillway — an open hillside that drains to the Feather River below — had never been used since the Oroville Dam was completed in 1968, raising concerns over how it will hold up and whether boulders, brush and other debris will threaten fish and levees downstream.
The backup spillway has so far performed as designed after water started cascading down the chute Saturday morning.
“It’s still a dynamic situation and they’re trying to mitigate any threats downstream,” Capt. Dan Olson with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said Sunday. “I think they’re making progress.”
Water began to fall over the emergency spillway at 8 a.m. Saturday and was expected to continue through Sunday at least. Flows peaked at 12,600 cubic feet per second at 1 a.m. Sunday, and have since decreased as the lake drains.
Cal Fire teams are positioned with cranes and excavators to catch any large debris that could wash down the Feather River and become snagged at the next gated spillway closer to the city of Oroville.
“There has been minimal to no debris,” Olson said.
The trouble with reservoir started last Tuesday when operators detected a hole in the dam’s primary spillway, a 3,000-foot long concrete-lined channel that has been used often in this especially wet winter.
The hole grew dramatically in the following days, prompting officials to slow the outflow of the main spillway to 55,000 cubic feet per second — less than the inflow of 90,000 cubic feet per second that was dumping into lake from recent storms and runoff.
The primary channel appears to have stabilized with no additional damage observed since Saturday morning, officials said. The cost of repairing the concrete spillway has soared to as much as $200 million.
On Sunday, the lake’s inflow decreased to about 52,000 cubic feet per second, allowing the water level to come down from within 21 feet of the top of the dam.
Before Saturday, crews cleared trees, brush and other debris out of the emergency channel to prevent problems downstream. Water flow has caused minimal erosion to the hillside, state Department of Water Resources officials said.
Lake Oroville and its dam — the nation’s tallest at 770 feet — are cornerstones of the state’s water project. The reservoir is the second largest in the state behind Lake Shasta and supplies water to Central Valley along with districts in the Bay Area and Southern California.
Officials closed the Edward Hyatt Powerplant at the base of the dam after concrete from the primary spillway formed a pile, causing water to pool and flow toward the station.
Downstream at the Feather River Fish Hatchery in Oroville, officials with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife scrambled to move salmon eggs and hatchlings into nearby holding ponds due to brown and silty water that threatened the fish.
The outflow from the lake was not expected to create flooding problems along the Feather River, officials said.
Evan Sernoffsky is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: esernoffsky@sfchronicle.com Twitter: @EvanSernoffsky


Water flowing out of Lake Oroville emergency spillway


Updated 11:36 am, Sunday, February 12, 2017
OROVILLE, Butte County — Butte County residents near the Oroville Reservoir, including the entire town of Oroville, were ordered to evacuate Sunday evening after the emergency spillway next to the reservoir’s dam suffered a possible structural failure, officials said.
“There has been severe erosion of the emergency spillway and a possible structural breach that could send uncontrolled water down the stream,” said Chris Orrock, a spokesman with the California Department of Water Resources.
Residents downstream from Lake Oroville were ordered to evacuate. Counties around the reservoir, the second largest in the state, and down to Sacramento were notified about the possibility of flooding.
Department of Water Resources officials issued a statement just before 4:45 p.m. that the “auxiliary spillway at the dam was predicted to fail within the hour.”
Officials increased water releases out of the primary spillway to 100,000 cubic feet per second to relieve pressure on the emergency spillway.
An evacuation shelter was set up at the Silver Dollar Fairground in Chico at 2357 Fair St.
Traffic was bumper to bumper as residents of Oroville, Biggs and Gridley headed slowly out of the possible flood zone eastbound on Highway 162.
“This is very serious,” said Scott McClean, a spokesman with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection who was in the evacuation traffic. “From what I understand it’s the auxiliary spillway at a point of possible collapse. I’m just trying to get through traffic.”
The amount of water gushing over Lake Oroville’s emergency spillway had begun to decrease before the emergency Sunday as state officials pushed ahead with urgent measures to make room in the state’s second-largest reservoir.
The emergency spillway — an open hillside that drains to the Feather River below — had never been used since the Oroville Dam was completed in 1968. The discharge that began early Saturday raised concerns over how the backup channel would hold up, and whether debris would threaten fish and levees downstream.
The primary concrete spillway just south of the overflow area, meanwhile, was thought to have stabilized after a gigantic hole emerged in its 3,000-foot-long channel last week. The gash forced operators to reduce the outflow, which set the stage for this weekend’s unprecedented situation.
Another wet-weather system, in what has been a soaking winter, is on deck to hit Northern California on Wednesday, requiring water managers to make still more room in Lake Oroville for another surge.
The series of Pacific storms is expected to bring up to 4 inches of rain to parts of the Central Valley, said Idamis Del Valle, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service’s Sacramento office.
“We need to do everything we can to maximize our ability to move water our of this reservoir — not just for the coming storm but for the coming storms,” said Bill Croyle, acting director of department of water resources. “Our planning is both short term and long term.”
Teams were dredging an area composed of silt, rock and hunks of concrete debris that has formed under the primary spillway following recent erosion.
The blockage forced water in the diversion pool to back up toward the dam and has threatened the Edward Hyatt Power plant at the base of the concrete behemoth.
The power station, which was closed late Friday due to the threat, serves as a third release point for the reservoir when it is operational. The facility expels up to 14,000 cubic feet of water per second downriver.
Officials had stressed earlier Sunday that the structural integrity of the 770-foot Oroville Dam — the tallest in the country — had not been compromised by the damaged spillway.
Once the dredging is completed, crews must rewire overhead power lines that were taken out of service after support towers were threatened by erosion.
Operators first detected the hole in the primary spillway Tuesday. Subsequent releases down the slide made the hole grow dramatically, exposing bedrock even beyond the 180-foot-wide channel.
Officials stabilized the hole and stopped further erosion by slowing the outflow to 55,000 cubic feet per second. But 90,000 cubic feet of water per second continued to dump into Lake Oroville and pushed the reservoir over capacity on Saturday.
“The problem is we don’t have that flexibility right now,” Croyle said. “Our bowl is full. So, what comes in comes out.”
By Sunday, the rate of inflow had fallen to 41,400 cubic feet of water per second, officials said.
The estimated cost of repairing the concrete spillway has soared to as much as $200 million, and officials are debating whether it can be patched when the rains end, or if a new chute will be needed altogether.
Under clear skies, many residents from nearby communities headed to Oroville on Sunday in hopes of seeing the raging Feather River or the damaged spillway. They parked and walked along streets overlooking the murky water, but public access to the spillways next to the dam was blocked.
The reservoir is the second largest in the state behind Lake Shasta and supplies water to Central Valley along with districts in the Bay Area and Southern California.
On Sunday, the cause of the hole in the main spillway was still being investigated. But experts noted repairs had been made to the spillway in 2013 near where the hole emerged.
Robert Bea, a U.C. Berkeley engineering professor, reviewed 2015 inspection reports that made note of the earlier repairs to the concrete slabs.
“From what I can tell from the photographs, it appears that the water pressures from the recent releases were great enough to cause failure of the repairs made to the base slabs,” he told The Chronicle.
Downstream from the dam at the Feather River Fish Hatchery in Oroville, officials with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife had moved nearly all their salmon hatchlings into nearby holding ponds due to brown and silty water that threatened the fish.

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