posted on May, 4 2010 @ 04:09 PM
I was reading an article just know and something just jumped out at me, I thought I'd share it with you to see what you think.
No single cause for mass die off of
honey bees: OIE
The huge die off of bees worldwide, a major threat to crops depending on the honey-making insects for pollination, is not due to any one single
factor, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) said Wednesday.
Parasites, viral and bacterial infections, pesticides, and poor nutrition resulting from the impact of human activities on the environment have all
played a role in the decline, the OIE said.
At normal times, bee communities naturally lose around five percent of their numbers.
But with the syndrome known as colony collapse disorder (CDD), a third, half - sometimes even 90 percent - of the insects can be wiped out.
In the United States, government figures released last month showed a 29 percent drop in beehives in 2009, coming on the heels of declines of 36 and
32 percent in 2008 and 2007.
Okay, nothing really knew here, we have all been warned of the massive impact that the demise of the bee will bring.
But this is what suddenly came to me:
What if the eradication of the world's bee population was being INTENTIONALLY orchestrated as a means of MASS POPULATION CONTROL?
Fears for crops as shock figures from America show scale of
Disturbing evidence that honeybees are in terminal decline has emerged from the United States where, for the fourth year in a row, more than a
third of colonies have failed to survive the winter.
The decline of the country's estimated 2.4 million beehives began in 2006, when a phenomenon dubbed colony collapse disorder (CCD) led to the
disappearance of hundreds of thousands of colonies. Since then more than three million colonies in the US and billions of honeybees worldwide have
died and scientists are no nearer to knowing what is causing the catastrophic fall in numbers.
The number of managed honeybee colonies in the US fell by 33.8% last winter, according to the annual survey by the Apiary Inspectors of America and
the US government's Agricultural Research Service (ARS).
The collapse in the global honeybee population is a major threat to crops. It is estimated that a third of everything we eat depends upon honeybee
pollination, which means that bees contribute some £26bn to the global economy.
Combine Colony Collapse Disorder
together with the recently introduced
(WHO initiative to control the food supply), then you have quite a
Mass food control combined with mass food shortage, this could seriously mean death for billions.
Parasites, viral and bacterial infections, pesticides, and poor nutrition resulting from the impact of human activities on
the environment have all played a role in the decline, the OIE said
When I read this, it just stood out that this was intentional, and just a part of the plan for global population reduction.
All the best ATS, Kiwifoot!
[edit on 5-5-2010 by kiwifoot]