If bees left the face of the Earth mankind would have only four years to live.
It has been known for some time now that the global bee population has been in steep decline since the 1990s. Among the various culprits nominated for the disastrous die off include radiation, electro-smog, fungal infections, climate change and non-existent “Colony Collapse Disorder”. The latter condition is apparently a linguistically engineered entity designed to distract research funds and the attention of other groups, from a known cause of apicide…namely pesticides manufactured by Agribusiness in conjunction with Big Pharma. According to Helen Stevenson at Green Med Info, the so called Colony Collapse Disorder is nothing other than a mass poisoning carried out by the pervasive use of a class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids; insect-targeting neurotoxins, to which bees are especially vulnerable. Rather than cease production of these obscenely profitable neurotoxic poisons destroying the Earth, the corporate message is that we must prepare to live in a world without bees. Not to worry however, in true Big Brother, Mechanical Matrix Think, they have a solution. RoboBees ! (Heather Callaghan, ActivistPost.com)
Yes, RoboBees and I am really not making this up. These biomimetic robotic insects have already completed their first test flights. Harvard’s Micro-robotic lab, (http://micro.seas.harvard.edu), has been working on a swarm of titanium and plastic robot bees capable of pollinating corporate-controlled pesticide laden crops. These micro air vehicles don’t dance or make honey, but will live in a hive, without a queen, which will serve as a re-fueling station and can be programmed to restrict pollination to those dystopian, internationally patented, GMO fields. Harvard’s cyberbees also offer additional benefits to the military, including surveillance, search and rescue missions, exploring hazardous environments, traffic and weather conditions , as well as targeted assassinations, once they work out the program for a stinger.