Excerpts from various sources
Sept. 30, 2011 Brevard County, Florida
CBS: Florida officials are abuzz as to how millions of honey bees were killed in Brevard County. Experts say pesticides might be behind the lost beehives. [Or, it could be a heavy dose of chemtrails. ~Ed.]
“The fact that it was so widespread and so rapid, I think you can pretty much rule out disease,” Bill Kern, an entomologist with the University of Florida’s Research and Education Center, told Florida Today. “It happened essentially almost in one day. Usually diseases affect adults or the brood, you don’t have something that kills them both.”
EU beekeepers gain in genetic contamination case
By Rady Ananda
On Sept. 6, the European Union’s top court paved the way for farmers and beekeepers to recoup losses when their crops or honey become genetically contaminated from neighboring GM fields.
The European Court of Justice ruled that all food products containing GMOs – whether intentional or not – must undergo an approval process.
This marks a much stricter view than that being pushed by European Union Commissioner for health and consumer affairs, John Dalli, who wants no regulation of foods genetically contaminated “by accident,” a ludicrous idea given that coexistence ensures genetic contamination.
Posted in Bioweaponry, Environment, Food & Farming, Genetic Engineering, Region: Europe
Tagged amflora, apiculture, BASF, beekeeping, biotech foods, biotechnology, courts - justice system, Diana Banati, Environment, EU, europe, European Court of Justice, genetic contamination, Genetically Engineered Food, genetically modified crops, gmo, gmo honey, gmo label laws, Jirí Ruprich, John Dalli, Karl Heinz Bablok, Matthias Horst, Milan Kovác, MON 810, Monsanto, Organic, Piet Vanthemsche
By Rady Ananda
While industries continue to pollute the planet with their toxic chemicals, toxic waste and toxic spills, Earth’s pollinators sing a swan song that leaves no doubt as to the folly of modern civilization. Our ability to hear and appropriately respond to the crisis of declining pollinators will determine humanity’s survival.
“In 1923, Rudolf Steiner, an Austrian scientist, philosopher and social innovator, predicted that in 80 to 100 years honeybees would collapse.” Queen of the Sun
Steiner believed the industrialization of bees would lead to their demise. It looks like he was right. In recent years, the United States has lost between 100 and 300 billion bees, and the problem has spread to Europe and beyond. While industrialized beekeeping operations do kill millions of bees each year, several other factors contribute to their massive die-off.
Posted in Bioweaponry, Genetic Engineering
Tagged age of mammals, apiculture, apis mellfera, biotechnology, colony collapse disorder, Evolution, factory farms, Genetically Engineered Food, global bee colony disorders, gm crops, hfcs, high fructose corn syrup, keystone species, mass die-off, monoculture, north american bats, Pesticides, pollution, queen of the sun, scientific studies, Sustainable Practices, taggart siegel, unep, white nose syndrome, wns