After Lahaina ... (click image to start video)
Quotes from the Daily Mail (see article here):
Due to the severe winds that Otis brought with it, it is now on record as the strongest landfalling Eastern Pacific tropical cyclone.
Otis turned from mild to monster in record time, and scientists were struggling to figure out how and why they didn´t see it coming.
Forecasters and meteorologists are baffled at how they did not see Otis' catastrophic path coming.
The city was warned it would just be a tropical storm, but the usually-reliable computer models failed to predict its explosive intensification.
MIT atmospheric sciences professor and hurricane expert Kerry Emanuel said that 'the models completely blew it.'
Acapulco is at the foot of steep mountains - where luxury homes and slums alike cover the hillsides with views of the Pacific Ocean.
Once drawing Hollywood stars for its nightlife, sport fishing and cliff diving shows, the port has in recent years fallen victim to competing organized crime groups that have sunk the city into violence.
This has in turn driven many international tourists to the Caribbean waters of Cancun and the Riviera Maya or beaches farther down the Pacific coast in the state of Oaxaca.
Will Acapulco be the next city to be "confiscated and rebuilt" per Disaster Capitalism's plans?