5G? Emergency Disaster Declared in Croatia After More Than 50 Million Bees Die Mysteriously Overnight

4
2960

Croatian authorities declared a natural disaster in the country’s northernmost province after tens of millions of bees died from a suspected case of pesticide poisoning.

Beekeepers discovered carpets of dead swarms last week in the region of Medzimurje, near the border with Hungary. About 1,150 hives were wiped out, with about a third of the area’s apiarists sustaining losses. Poisoning, ok! What about 5G?

50 million bees die mysteriously in Croatia, mass bee death croatia june 2020, mass bee death croatia june 2020 video, mass bee death croatia june 2020 pictures
More than 50 million bees die mysteriously in Croatia in June 2020. Picture by Ivana JURISA / AFPTV / AFP

More than 50 million bees have been found poisoned in the northern county of Međimurje, which borders Hungary. As a result, County Prefect Matija Posavec declared a natural disaster for a part of Međimurje county on Monday, June 15th. Veterinary inspectors and forensic scientists are looking into what caused all these deaths.

We suspect pesticide is the cause,” Vrbos said. “But the investigation is still ongoing, so nothing can be said for certain.

Agriculture Minister Marija Vuckovic told broadcaster RTL that an analysis had shown the insects didn’t die of disease, but she refused to declare a cause until authorities conclude their probe.

Beekeepers were shocked and devastated when they encountered a “carpet” of millions of dead bees lying on the ground on Monday, June 9th in an area between Podturn and Gardinovac near the border with Hungary.

According to the Jutarnji list daily, twenty beekeepers lost about six hundred hives, which is about 50 million bees. 

The natural disaster declaration allows the state to pay compensation for agricultural losses. The Adriatic nation is home to about 10,000 beekeepers, whose 500,000 hives produce some 8,000 tons of honey a year, Vrbos said.

Bees are also crucial to modern farming, as they significantly boost the yields of crops ranging from rapeseed to fruit trees via pollination.

Last winter has seen one of the biggest honey bee die-offs in the US on record, with 37 percent of managed honey bee colonies lost from October 2018 to April 2019:

Still, they’ve faced intensifying threats this century from the widespread use of pesticides and herbicides, the spread of monoculture farming and other factors that have led to the death of millions of colonies globally.

The damage for the ecosystem is disastrous and this isn’t the first case of “bee poisoning” in the region.

Beekeepers will receive €200 per damaged hive, however, the damage is much greater. Just think about the importance of the bees for the pollination. The losses are immeasurable.

Let’s wait until this new mysterious plague spreads across the country to decimate all insects in Croatia and neighboring countries. That will be another pandemic!

5G and pollinators

Worldwide urbanisation and use of mobile and wireless technologies (5G, Internet of Things) is leading to the proliferation of anthropogenic electromagnetic radiation (EMR) and campaigning voices continue to call for the risk to human health and wildlife to be recognised.

Pollinators provide many benefits to nature and humankind, but face multiple anthropogenic threats.

Risk to pollinators from anthropogenic electro-magnetic radiation (EMR)
Risk to pollinators from anthropogenic electro-magnetic radiation (EMR). Picture via Science Direct

Scientifically robust evidence of EMR impacts on abundance or diversity of pollinators (or other invertebrates) are limited to a single study reporting positive and negative effects depending on the pollinator group and geographical location.

But if we acknowledge that it increases chances of getting cancer in human, EMR will have similar or even worst effects on bees and other insects. More insect mass die-off news on Strange Sounds and Steve Quayle. [Euractiv, Bloomberg]

Follow us: Facebook and Twitter. By the way you can also support us on PaypalPlease and thank you!

4 COMMENTS

  1. I remember back in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s the local county governments, timber companies, and Bonneville Power would spray a defoliant that later became called Agent Orange. They sprayed roadsides, parks, powerlines accesses, and forests. After they sprayed there was a sickening sweet smell. The next day the leaves of the brush would be covered with dead insects. Mostly bees. A few days later it would be dead birds. Eventually we found dead deer and coyotes. The county sprayed everywhere. As little kids we walked around barefoot in it. I can still remember that sickening sweet smell. For the last 20 years I have been suffering from terrible neurological disorders. When the government settled the Veterans Agent Orange lawsuit, part of the deal was to give the chemical companies immunity from non military civilian liability. No, this life is not fare.

  2. In Japan making a mother of all smart cities it is like a big city.
    They said 5g network is not enough so they sent satellites to bring 6G net work. Now Japan by pass world and has 6G net work? Also LIFI will be implemented by the year 2025 or sooner.
    Every light in your house is also internet with full firewalls?
    LiFi Technology

    LiFi is a wireless technology holds the key to solving challenges faced by 5G. LiFi can transmit at multiple gigabits, is more reliable, virtually interference free and uniquely more secure than radio technology such as Wi-Fi or cellular.
    Please go to to this address and see it for yourself. Thanks a lot Strange Sounds we love you always also we love Jason A You Tube which is telling us what is next? Can you please tell Jason A please use LIFI and see what they are cooking for all of us?
    https://purelifi.com/lifi-technology/

  3. INTEL report? Thanks God he is dead by Israelis and USA?

    A Mahan pilot narrates carrying a “forbidden cargo” to Syria and Qassem Soleimani hiding in a cabin

    Amir Asadollahi, a Mahan pilot, recounted memories of inspecting the company’s aircraft in Baghdad during Qassem Soleimani’s visit to Syria with “Forbidden Bar”.

    According to the pilot, Qassem Soleimani, a former commander of the Quds Force, was dressed as a flight engineer during an inspection of the plane at Baghdad airport and was hiding in the cockpit.

    According to the report, in 1992, Qassem Soleimani was transporting 200 passengers and seven tons of “forbidden cargo” to Damascus, which was requested to land at Baghdad airport.

    Asadollahi said that he had asked Qassem Soleimani to change his clothes with the clothes of a flight engineer, and he accepted and remained in the cockpit.

    According to the report, a number of American and Iraqi forces inspected the plane, and during the inspection, the pilot repeatedly bribed one of the forces with dollars, and he also refused to inspect.

    Asadollahi added that after the incident, Soleimani told him: “If I were president, I would have given you a medal of honor.”

    The memo was posted on the Young Reporters Club website.

    The former commander of the Quds Force was attacked and killed by a car bomb on January 4, last year, when he arrived at Baghdad airport and was transported by a convoy of vehicles with Abu Mahdi Mohandes, the deputy commander of the Shaab Hashdi militia.

    The United States imposed sanctions on Mahan in 2011 on charges of “assisting the Revolutionary Guards in secretly transferring weapons and troops to various areas, including Syria.”

    “Ali Ibn Abitaleb Molia Al-Muwahhidin Charity Foundation of Kerman Province” is the owner of Mahan Company. Hossein Marashi, a member of the Construction Agents Party and a close associate of Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, has set up the company.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.