EU Bee-Killing Pesticide Ban Crumbles Under Corporate Interests

It was January of this year that the European Food Safety Authority turned heads with their confirmation that neonicotinoids – insecticides derived from chemicals related to nicotine – are a smoking gun in the massive bee die off – also known as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD).

Multiple around-the-world studies and documentaries have implicated these pesticides in massive bee death since 2006, causing a great debate in the EU. Activists, environmentalists, scientists and even politicians were shocked and dismayed that the two-year ban suggested by the European Commission didn’t pass on Friday.
Major countries like UK and Germany failed to back the ban in the vote, arousing suspicions that they catered to industry interests – manufactures Bayer and Syngenta, and Big Ag groups in denial….

Shame on You Germany! Acting like a Beacon of Green Energy, Conservation & Enviroment. Yeah Right!

They say “Ya Sir” to Corporations too.

Fick Die Shizen Bees! We dont need Bees!


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