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The Deliberate Trashing of Earth's EcoSystem

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[Add to the sordid list of chemicals below the continual bombardment of metalicized and otherwise toxic chemtrails, radiation, EMFs, and fracked and fluoridated water and you have a recipe of ecological disaster. Is it all deliberate? Hard to think that it isn't. The time to let your voice be heard is now, before this planet is completely trashed by these psychopaths. - Zen]

“It is ironic to think that man might determine his own future by something so seemingly trivial as the choice of an insect spray.” – Rachel Carson, Silent Spring

GMOs Are Killing the Bees, Butterflies, Birds and . . . ?


When the honeybees, our most important food pollinators, started dropping like proverbial flies, scientists scrambled to identify their killer (or killers). Attention eventually turned to the increased use of a class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids. Scientists now believe at least some of these pesticides play a major role in Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), the ongoing demise of honeybee colonies.

Who makes the neonicotinoids? Syngenta, Bayer CropSciences and Dow Agrosciences.

Who’s using them, and for what purpose? Companies like Monsanto, Bayer, Dow Agrosciences . . . in the herbicides and pesticides and seeds they sell to farmers who grow genetically engineered crops. Crops that eventually end up in our food, or in the feed used to fatten up animals in factory farms-animals we slaughter for food.

We need bees in order to grow food, or at least some of it. Yet the food-GMO food, drenched in neonics-we are growing is killing the bees.

It’s not just the bees that are dying. Butterfly and bird populations are in decline, too. And it’s not just the neonicotinoids that are to blame. Other herbicides and pesticides, especially Monsanto’s Roundup, used to grow GMO crops-and also used to contain (kill) weeds in cities and home gardens-are decimating pollinators, fish and wildlife, and some would argue, humans, too.

As consumers ask more and more questions about the impact of GMO foods and crops on our health and environment, we’re making smarter choices about the foods we choose to eat. Does my child’s cereal contain sugar from genetically engineered beets? Did that steak on my dinner plate come from an animal raised on a factory farm, and fed a diet of Roundup-ready GMO corn, canola, soy or cotton seed?

But we need to look at the bigger picture, too. That means calling for an end to the use of Monsanto’s Roundup in urban areas, on our lawns, roadways, schoolyards and parks.  It means paying close attention to the seeds and garden plants we buy for our home gardens.

It means asking ourselves what can we do to pressure Monsanto, Dow, Syngenta, and Dupont’s customers, both rural and urban, into understanding that their widespread, reckless use of neonics and other toxins is destroying our food, soil, water, air and wildlife? And that organic, sustainable, non-chemical alternatives exist?

It means asking ourselves, how do we force food manufacturers to stop using these poison-drenched GMO crops in their processed food products? How do we get through to the politicians who protect the interests (profits) of pesticide and junk food makers, at the expense of all else? Before it’s too late?

We do it by making intelligent and ethical buying decisions. By boycotting the corporations who refuse to hear us. But voting out the politicians who sell us out to the industry lobbyists who fund their political campaigns.

We do it by all of the above. Over and over again.





  1. Great article, Zen.
    I am quite sure that the trashing of our planet is deliberate. That’s why we need help from faster moving fields. We have to break through our sadness and bewilderment into spiritual reality.
    This is not a physical war, this is the greatest spiritual battle of our time. We are awake in a world of sleepers, and the very fact that we understand what is happening to our planet and the mass does not, should tell us something. Step out into nature, cry out your fears and ask for help. Just do it…and do it. Spiritual reality is knocking at the doors of our mind. It’s time to let them in.
    One love

      • Putting out a little food and drink every morning and the intent that goes with it, is the catalyst that creates the re-connection with spiritual reality. The art is having no expectation, it’s our little ego’s that get in the way here. I get asked ‘How long do you have to make an offering, before the ‘spirits’ show up?
        With that attitude, I reply: It will take forever!
        One love

    • Well said Elva.

      It is a battle from within collectively we have to start there. Energy follows thought. The madness that is happening around us is what collectively have created. We need to challenge ourselves to make an impact on the world around us. This is our battle. this is probably the battle we have been waiting for all our lives.

  2. I have the feeling that those who wish to make this planet theirs, like the opposite to what the average human enjoys. They are on the other side of the coin so to speak.

    They hate what we love and love what we hate….and probably can’t wait to get ‘it’ their way……all the way….

    Thank you Elva Thompson, I like your contributions, and the way you think.

    One love to you too xx

  3. P.S.
    The energy shift David I. talks about holds the key I feel. That and our attitude.

    PPS We put food and drink out every day. Nature thanks us with profound experiences :-)

  4. intelligence and ethics go hand in hand. nikola tesla comes to mind. his father was a bishop in the orthodox church. i have never heard of any immorality on his part, he lived a celibate bachelor life and was killed for his inventions. as ethics/morals descend towards the pit…the ignorant party hardy. that is the scene here in amerika. ignorance and immorality are on display and are the programmed normal. the physical will follow the metaphysical into the oblivion of a fantasy world. those who are awake will watch the/their destruction and know where to go to we don’t get fooled again. this little classroom of horrors called planet earth is a phase of our individual and group development that has everybody/thing on the edge of the toilet seat. beam me up now!

  5. why does no one want to talk about the epidemic of gender disruption? we know these chemicals do this to fish and animals but we try to normalize it in humans.

  6. Why not wage war on those who try to destroy humanity! Unknowingly people may be adding to the growth of these monster companies but the day is coming where all (monster companies) will be held accountable. It is approaching with great speed and there is absolutely nothing the negative agendas can do. Their time is up.

    Going organic is the first step. Stop buying fast food and stop shopping at big shopping centers. People should go back to the traditional ways of buying produce and stick with it even if it means spending a little more to keep these monsters at bay. Hack, consider it as insurance for you and all your future ancestry.

    God bless the INTERNET!

  7. Every year it is estimated that 80,000 species become extinct on planet earth. That is approx 220 unique species dying every single day. Studies suggest that since the year 1800 over one fifth of all species has become extinct. That would be like going down a mine with 100 canaries and realising that 20 of them are now dead. It is a huge wake-up call to the world.

    There is a connection between Earth and the Universe which is seldom considered. The Earth represents a point of singularity in the cosmos. Everything that happens on Earth causes a ripple which has repercussions through-out the manifestation that we perceive as reality. When a species becomes extinct it leaves a vacuum or void in our continuum. There appears to be a correlation between the location of the extinction / causes of extinction and the incidence of storms and unusual weather. It seems the Universe makes us pay for our plundering and poisoning of our home planet.

  8. I don’t know when you were born. As I look around me, I see huge changes in our environment.
    I am six decades old. What I saw as a child in regards to the birds, butterflies and bees really sucks because the numbers are shrinking. And it isn’t just those animals that are disappearing.
    Don’t know what else to say. It is up to all of us to make small changes that will help this planet carry on.

  9. June 1st I was visiting a friend who lies 1/4 mile from the Place that once was my Childhood Paradise. Hers is still “intakt” mine is gone….turned into a five building strong TownHouse property. We walked around in her garden. Apple trees in full blossom…..NO bees….we worried about that. No flies flying around . No other small buzzing “Buzzy Bodies” ….All nice and steril as far as any animal life concerned…. Only the greenery was there. Her Garden is still wild and not touched since the Apple trees were planted there some 75 – 85 years ago. She pointed out what worried her the most: NOT ONE Classic Forest Ant was around -no other kind either for that matter…. An old Ant nest is still there kinda leaning up against one of the hundred years old Spruce trees…. NO Ant living there though……. What was it Einstein said?….. Four years -tops-after the bees and other pollinating insects disappear the Mankind will disappear….. Are where yet???? The Fukushima and alike are just the Icing on the Cake of our self extermination Drama…..

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