from Robert Cohen – www.notmilk.com
“To make a prairie it takes a clover and
one bee, One clover, and a bee, And revery.
The revery alone will do, If bees are few.”
– Emily Dickinson
Nearly four years Notmilk asked this question:
Where Have all the Honey Bees Gone?
http://health. groups.yahoo. com/group/ notmilk/message/ 2343
Notmilk blamed declining bee populations on dairy
farmers use of a powerful pesticide, Imidacloprid,
a poison made by the same people who manufacture
Bayer Aspirin. For conspiracy buffs, Bayer is owned
by the I.G. Farben company, the same chemical company
which used slave labor to manufacture Zyklon B, the
gas used to exterminate Jews in concentration camps
as part of Hitler’s “final solution.”
On April 21, 2006, Notmilk wrote:
“Imidacloprid can be toxic to humans, causing
epileptic seizures, diarrhea, and lack of coordination. ..
Imidacloprid is extremely toxic at low concentrations
to some species of aquatic fish and crustaceans. ..”
Yesterday (March 24, 2010), CBS news reported:
“The mysterious 4-year-old crisis of disappearing
honeybees is deepening. A quick federal survey indicates
a heavy bee die-off this winter, while a new study
shows honeybees’ pollen and hives laden with pesticides.”
http://www.cbsnews. com/stories/ 2010/03/24/ tech/main6328765 .shtml
What will our future be without bees to pollinate
flowering plants which yield fruits and vegetables
and trees that produce nut-bearing seeds?