posted on Mar, 18 2015 @ 12:13 AM
Three years ago, we had a story where 5,000 birds all died at once in Arkansas. The usual "rational" explanations -- you know, the explanations that
are given because no one dares think that anything else could be going on -- came out and included fireworks (lol) and a thunderstorm. The birds were
examined and found to have died due to blunt force trauma. They hit something in mid-air, we just don't know what, but I have my suspicions.
Now, we have another few thousand geese falling to the ground at one time.
This time, the government tells us they died of avian cholera. That is laughable and the government knows this and I'm calling BS on this for one
very good reason. They just hope most or all of us accept that line of garbage and stop asking questions. In 2012, commenting on the bird deaths in
Arkansas, an expert said "It's important to understand that a sick bird can't fly," Karen Rowe, an ornithologist with the Arkansas Game and Fish
Commission told Time.com. "So whatever happened to these birds happened very quickly. Something must have caused these birds to flush out of the
trees at night, where they're normally just roosting and staying in the treetops ... and then something got them out of the air and caused their
death and then they fell to earth." www.livescience.com...
So, now we know that the geese were not sick because if they were they would not be able to fly. My belief, as I stated in 2012, is that there may be
cloaked UFOs involved and the birds flew directly into them. It's interesting to note that the geese were immediately incinerated, supposedly because
of the disease. But since we know sick birds don't fly, I'd like to know what has been hidden, again, from us.