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Peak Pollination: Global Collapse of Food Supplies Approaches As 30% of Bee Colonies Wiped Out In the Last Year

by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:

With seven billion people on the planet energy and food resources are already highly strained, as evidenced by the fact that the majority of the world’s population lives on just scraps a day.

It wouldn’t take much to send us over a cliff. The last several years have not only reduced food reserves significantly because of widespread droughts, but have led to price inflation in essential grains necessary to feed ourselves as well as the livestock on which millions of Americans depend.

The reality is that we’re just one major calamity away from a catastrophic impact on our ability to feed the people of earth.

And, according to recent data published by the Bee Informed Partnership, that calamity could come in the form of a totally unexpected event: Peak Pollination.

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4 comments to Peak Pollination: Global Collapse of Food Supplies Approaches As 30% of Bee Colonies Wiped Out In the Last Year

  • martae

    Grasses don’t need pollinators, many legumes don’t need pollinators. There are many other pollinators besides honeybees. There were no honey bees the Americas before europeans brought them. Why don’t you talk about those facts, dufus. I saw almost no honeybees in my vegetable garden last year, but I had lots of cucumbers, squash, tomatoes, and peppers, all fruits that require pollination. Bumble bees, and orchard bees do a fine job.

    • Eric

      Squash isnt fruit. Perhaps you missed this… “If we want to grow fruits and nuts and berries, this is important.”. While your backyard may be doing okie dokie for the moment, this isn’t about you. What if post SHTF, someone decides to pluck your garden while you’re sleeping leaving you with nothing to feed yourself? Feeding 7 billion people is going to get difficult when you factor in the following. Grocery markets only carry a 3 day supply that turns over rapidly. Our 2 year wheat supply is now 2 weeks. Average age of a farmer is about 60. Nearly none of the food comes from the cities while 90% of the population lives in those cities. Energy prices will rise as will transportation costs. I could go on and on and on but that’s all before the panic and desperation sets in which will end my weekly broccoli habit fast. Then there’s this on going bee problem which just looks worse year over year. As the frequency of the earth rises, it’s possible the bees aren’t adjusting fast enough, but between the GMO, EMF and RF radiation, and the high levels of aluminum and barium due to the chemtrail spraying, those seem like far more likely culprits.

  • Teresa

    @martae I’ve been seeing bumble bees flying around confused and dying in January, dufus.

    • Eric

      From the chemtrails and rf and emf radiation no doubt. I see a lot struggling or dead on the ground as well, but I have seen a lot more around lately. Probably due to the flowers I planted. This is really bad folks. We’re going to see shortages in agriculture and the food supply no doubt so prepare wise.

      Stock up, find out what wild edibles are growing in your neighborhood, fast and eat less. The body doesn’t need three square meals a day. Most of the food out there is poison anyways. Don’t confuse hunger for thirst.

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