Yangtze Reiver in China Turns Red - Chinese Natural Resources Destructions Illustrated

It's all over the place, but Google led me to The Blaze as part of the top results:
When the third longest river in the world turns red, it’s worth taking a moment to stop and make note of it.
The Yangtze River, the longest in China running through Chongquing, which ABC News describes as “Southwest China’s largest industrial and commercial center,” turned a reddish-orange hue on Thursday.
Officials are looking into the cause of the color that was reported in being seen at other points of the river outside of Chonguing as well.
The Daily Mail notes the contrast in color where the Jialin River meets up with the oddly colored Yangtze. The Daily Mail reports some residents are taking up the colored liquid in plastic bottles to save.
This is not the first time this year that Chinese residents have been baffled by an unusual color affecting their natural environment. Last year, TheBlaze reported illegal dumping of a chemical turned the Jian River red in the Henan province.
In June, residents in several Chinese provinces were also warned to stay indoors as a thick yellow haze permeated the atmosphere.
While the Officials look for the cause, I'll share some pictures of this disaster. Maybe it's the new plan from the Central Planers to take care of the overpopulation issue in China?

China really has the power to kill the whole planet, and provided the Japanese and Chinese join forces, for sure the Human species will wiped out of the planet in a matter of a few years.

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