Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Pesticides to Reduce Mosquito and West Nile Virus Affects Bee Populations

Pesticides to Reduce Mosquito and West Nile Virus Affects Bee Populations

How many of us are aware of what is happening in our own community?

Good Intentions That Have Questionable Outcomes

In just about every state and all regions that contain mosquito populations, our local and state governments are instituting pesticide spraying policies. In an attempt to keep insects at low levels, they are putting many other living populations at risk. Most of you have heard of chemtrails, which cause allergic reactions in humans, but have you thought how it would effect all other wild animals and the balance of nature?

Saving The Bees

This hub brings to your attention the importance of saving the bees, because we depend upon them. We must take a lesson from all the clues in our environment that tell us something is not right in our world. Natural events presently warn of what is to come. We must make better decisions and contact our legislators requesting them to make ethical choices. As I read this list of adverse effects from pesticide sprays I am reminded the the Gulf of Mexico oil spill toxins that have poured into our oceans, waterways, marshes and the gaseous fumes now in our atmosphere which rain down harsh hydrocarbon poisons that people breath. Click title for full article.

The video above is quite dramatic, inflammatory and extreme in its predictions for earth's population and civilizations. The producer tried to make a point and comparison between bee civilizations and human civilizations. Calling a warning he attempts to move us to action now! His imagination runs wild, but do we really know what the future foretells? Isn't that the purpose of ancient sages who had visions and called out in the village square? All I can say it that we should listen and learn. If this is our worst nightmare, then we should band together as worker bees to find solutions to the collapse of the world as we know it today.