‘Like it’s been nuked’: Millions of bees dead-Zika Spraying

The government knows that this dangerous pesticide would do this. The Washington Post lies again here though, as there is of yet NO proof that microcephaly is directly caused by Zika. It is propaganda induced  scare tactic. This is a mosquito carried virus that has been known to be around in since the 1940’s, but very likely for many years prior. There have been a relatively consistent 25,000 cases per year of microcephaly in the United States alone over the past few years. What chemical company is responsible for this? Perhaps Monsanto, protected by the full force of the American legislative branch?

As they have started spraying Naled, a known carcinogenic pesticide that, in and of itself,  has been associated with reduced brain size in laboratory tests on animals, in many foreign countries, one must assume that this attack on our food supplies through the killing of bees and the coercive spraying a deadly chemical on huge populations that this is an international effort.

A single bee farm lost 46 hives after an airplane sprayed the mosquito pesticide Naled.

On Sunday morning, the South Carolina honey bees began to die in massive numbers.

Death came suddenly to Dorchester County, S.C. Stressed insects tried to flee their nests, only to surrender in little clumps at hive entrances. The dead worker bees littering the farms suggested that colony collapse disorder was not the culprit — in that odd phenomenon, workers vanish as though raptured, leaving a living queen and young bees behind.

Instead, the dead heaps signaled the killer was less mysterious, but no less devastating. The pattern matched acute pesticide poisoning. By one estimate, at a single apiary — Flowertown Bee Farm and Supply, in Summerville — 46 hives died on the spot, totaling about 2.5 million bees.

Like its been nuked Millions of bees dead after South Carolina sprays for Zika mosquitoes

Source: ‘Like it’s been nuked’: Millions of bees dead after South Carolina sprays for Zika mosquitoes – The Washington Post