UnDebate:Does the unnamed Philippine Islands Tropical Depression of 2021 deserve a Wikipedia article or section?

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Background information[edit]

On January 19, 2021, less then 3 months after the disastrous Tropical Storm Kronvah, which killed 9 people and did $4.48 million in damages, a weak yet destruction tropical depression/wave struck the Philippines. It killed 3 people due to horrific landslides, and flooding which sunk an island. Three people died, and it did $13.2 million in damages!

Argument[edit]

Due to the moderate damage caused by this depression, should it have been given a Wikipedia article?

Yes[edit]

The 2021 Pacific Islands tropical depression should have an article. I mean, wow, holy shit that's a lot. Can you believe Dujuan in February has an article? Or, well, plenty of systems have done less and got a Wikipedia article. Two other Wikipedia articles exist for these cases, and the latter did waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay less damage. Wikipedians need to stop proposing frivolous merges and write actual content! Or else they will nuke Wikipedia(I heard WPTC has nuclear bombs?)

No[edit]

Not enough information, which is what it is truly based on. That's why a cyclone that killed over 300,000 people and destroyed all of India, forcing everyone to go to China and start a war on drugs and then squeeze them to Beijing and make them eat rice, until they became communist. Very low information. All we have is "A tropical cyclone impacted Andhra Pradesh, India on November 25, 1839 and killed around 300,000 people.[6]" That's it(for that one). Anyway, since Donald Trump is blabbering again, let's say this. (1) Don't build a wall. (2) If we don't know the fucking wind speeds, and only a few RSs briefly mention it, no. This does not deserve a Wikipedia article. Concerns were raised here.

Argument[edit]

Maybe a section?

Yes[edit]

What the fuck? An article does 20 trillion times the impact of this storm and gets a Wikipedia article? And this doesn't get a section? Hell no! It's now mushed with other storms, including a much less significant TD from March 9-14. Wow. I'm shocked at Wikipedia for violating there own suggesstion, and WPTC members saying "we don't have to follow it because we can pretend to be gods".

No[edit]

Nyeh, no. It wasn't named Auring (that went to Dujuan), nor did the JTWC even number it 01W(which also went to Dujuan), for good reason. No info, basically no more then a low pressure area. Not even the 2014 New York floods, which was much floodier, even has a Wikipedia article(I mean it did briefly, but this? C'mon!

Verdict[edit]

This will not get a Wikipedia article. It is not very notable, and Codenine's Mum has not heard of it.