FARMERS+USDA+MONSANTO: MURDERERS OF BIRDS, BEES, CROPS

FARMERS+USDA+MONSANTO: MURDERERS OF BIRDS, BEES, CROPS

Just saw the below article via twitter @HenryMakow. The article (& above photo) is from April 2012, but I don’t recall hearing about this specifically.

Evidently there is no “mystery” to all the dying birds & bees. They were purposefully killed due to lazy farmers who requested help from the USDA who then provided the “solution” – pesticides.

The article mentions a gov’t. program since the 1960’s called “Bye Bye Blackbird” initiated to kill off birds (I didn’t know that either). But it brought to mind being a little kid in the 1950’s in “average neighborhood America” — not rural nor farming nor city — but plain old neighborhoods where, in late afternoon near dusk, ZILLIONS OF BIRDS, maybe blackbirds(?), would come SWARMING to all the huge tall leafy trees in the neighborhood, to get ready to “bed down for the night.”

In the process they would create a FLURRY of beautiful noise, rustling tree branches, flapping wings, a veritable MASS BIRD CHORUS of chirping & exciting chaos as they “wound down” from their day’s activities “abroad.” Their appearance was also a sign for all the kids playing outside that it was time for us, too, to go inside for the approaching night. What a Grand Orchestral Send-Off it was! And this was “Normal” daily life!

So it just dawned on me that I don’t recall sensing, hearing, or witnessing any nightly bird activity on that large of a scale since my kid days. If they began killing off birds in the 1960’s, then No Wonder!

Here’s the article link:

4/8/12: “USDA Admits Exterminating Birds, Crops, and Bees” | World Truth.TV: http://worldtruth.tv/usda-admits-exterminating-birds-crops-and-bees/

It included a link to a 37-page list (.pdf) at the USDA site entitled “Animals Taken by Wildlife Services FY 2009,” which breaks down the numbers of dead birds/animals collected by State:

“Table G_FY2009_ShortReport”:
http://www.aphis.usda.gov/wildlife_damage/prog_data/2009_prog_data/PDR_G_FY09/Basic_Tables_PDR_G/Table_G_FY2009_Short.pdf

The article also included sections re Monsanto’s “killer sugar beets” & pesticides killing bees as well.

It’s also becoming more apparent, in this article & others, that farmers are not necessarily the “saints” they are cracked up to be.

But God & THE BIRDS will have the last laugh in the days to come against the enemies of God & His creation:

“I saw also an angel standing in the sun, and he cried out with a LOUD voice and said to ALL THE BIRDS that fly in midheaven: “COME HERE, BE GATHERED TOGETHER to the EVENING MEAL of the GREAT GOD, that you may eat the flesh of kings and the flesh of military commanders and the flesh of strong [Monsanto] men and the flesh of horses and of those [Warmongers] seated upon them, and the flesh of all, of [USDA] freemen as well as of [lazy farmers] slaves and of small ones and great.”

–Revelation 19:17-18

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  1. FP

    Also in trouble, & for the same pesticides reason, per this additional article, are these critters:

    BUTTERFLIES, FROGS, SALAMANDERS, TOADS, WASPS, BEETLES, HONEYBEES, CAROLINA PARAKEETS, PASSENGER PIGEONS

    7/2/13:  “Butterfly decline signals trouble in environment” – Washington Post article:
    http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?420044-Butterfly-decline-signals-trouble-in-environment
    […]
    The same issues plaguing butterflies are also causing populations of frogs, salamanders and toads to plummet, along with bees and other insects. A recent U.S. Geological Survey study estimated that seven species of amphibians will drop by 50 percent if the current rate of decline, fueled by pesticide use and loss of habitat, continues.

    Pesticide use has also led to a collapse of other pollinators — wasps, beetles and especially honeybees. At least 25,000 bumble*bees were recently found dead at an Oregon parking lot, ironically during National Pollinator Week, which started June 18.
    […]
    Numerous animals such as Carolina parakeets and passenger pigeons have vanished, but butterflies have been known to disappear in one place and show up in another, which is why the Fish and Wildlife Service waited at least a decade to announce the extinction of the skippers.
    […]

    :(…..

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