Let’s wake up folks.

From GMO Free Maui. Check them out at this LINK

Nationwide, one-half to 1 million colonies out of a total of 2.4 million died this past winter, and scientists aren’t sure why.

Genetically modified foods, mites, pathogens, pesticides and electromagnetic radiation from cell phones have all been blamed as possible causes of the bees’ demise, although the underlying problem remains unknown, Science Daily reports.

But organic beekeeper Sharon Labchuk of Prince Edward Island, Canada, wrote in an e-mail excerpted by informationliberation.com:

“I’m on an organic beekeeping list of about 1,000 people, mostly Americans, and no one in the organic beekeeping world, including commercial beekeepers, is reporting colony collapse on this list.

“The problem with the big commercial guys is that they put pesticides in their hives to fumigate for varroa mites, and they feed antibiotics to the bees. They also haul the hives by truck all over the place to make more money with pollination services, which stresses the colonies.”

Another beekeeper, Michael Bush, explains on his Web site that commercial keepers use hives with larger honeycombs, which results in larger bees.

The article on http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=21912 also cited by the Progressive Review, states:

“Who should be surprised that the major media reports forget to tell us that the dying bees are actually hyper-bred varieties that we coax into a larger than normal body size. It sounds just like the beef industry.”


“Seed holds the future of civilization on planet Earth. Seed is the living source of life on Earth, and without it we would perish. He or she who controls the seed, controls the food, controls the people.” — Anonymous

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