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Mass Fish Deaths: Millions Have Been Found Dead All Over The World In The Past Month

by Michael Snyder, End of the American Dream:

Millions of fish are suddenly dying all over the planet.  In fact, there have been dozens of mass fish death events reported in the past month alone.  So why is this happening?  Why are fish dying in unprecedented numbers all over the world?  When more than six tons of fish died in Marina Del Ray over the weekend, it made headlines all over the United States.  But the truth is that what just happened off the southern California coast is just the tip of the iceberg.  In 2014, mass fish die-offs have pretty much become a daily event globally.  Individually, each event could perhaps be dismissed as an anomaly, but as you will see below when they are all put together into one list it truly is rather stunning.  So is there a reason why so many fish are dying?  Is there something that connects these mass fish death events?  Has something about our environment changed?  The following are just a few examples of the mass fish death reports that have been coming in day after day from all over the globe…

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5 comments to Mass Fish Deaths: Millions Have Been Found Dead All Over The World In The Past Month

  • Sam

    There’s something fishy with this story…but, seriously I refuse to eat any sea food post harvest of the FUKU Japan ongoing incident and this story just ramps ups the suspicion meter!

  • Rodster

    Part of the problem not discussed in that article are all the millions if not billions of tons of trash being dumped in the ocean. All that plane debris they thought was from that missing plan turns out to be floating pieces of garbage. For many decades governments have used the ocean floor as an underwater landfill.

  • B.M.

    I agree with both Fukishima and garbage being dumped into the oceans, but given we’re seeing amphibians, insects, birds and now fish dying off en masse across North America, does anyone think it could have anything to do with the aluminum and barium ladden Chemtrails the DOD has been spraying over our communities for several decades now?

    Just walk out your door on any given day and look at the pretty criss cross lines going across your sky. Notice also that you don’t see hardly any butterflies, bees, or lightning bugs, or hear many birds, frogs or crickets any more.

  • simpel

    Humanity knows not of the wealth of this world in contrast to the Greater Community of life. This beautiful world, a rare gem in a Universe of barren planets and inhospitable places. A beautiful world with great biological diversity.
    Without the earth and its fertile ground, clean air and water and so forth to sustain humanity, humanity will perish.
    “Marshall Vian Summers”: “Clean The Rivers, Replant The Forests, Restore The Earth”

  • rich

    dead fish?…… his picks

    Fox Gives Show To SEC-Fined Analyst Who Was Paid To Push Now Worthless Stocks

    Financial analyst and Fox Business contributor Charles Payne, who has been fined by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), been paid to promote now virtually worthless penny stocks, and smeared the poor as “indebted servants” to the government who are too “comfortable” living in poverty, is being rewarded with his own show, the network announced today.

    Fox Business said the show, Making Money with Charles Payne, will debut on June 2 in the evening. FBN executive vice president Kevin Magee praised Payne as having “an incredible talent for identifying growth sectors in the markets and we’re excited to launch a new show dedicated to helping viewers spot these emerging investment prospects.”

    That Payne has a talent for identifying growth may be a surprise to someone who followed some of Payne’s previous stock advice. After joining Fox in 2007, Payne was compensated to push the prospects of three stocks, as Media Matters documented in July 2013. Payne used his Fox credentials in promotional materials to assure skeptical investors that his advice was trustworthy. The stock of those companies are now virtually worthless:

    Payne was paid $40,000 to promote The Brainy Brands Company.

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