Death of The Honey Bee



It plays out like a Bad Nightmare Over and Over again in my mind!
I have Collected thousands of Names on Petitions – made posts on Twitter, Facebook, Google and so many more !
Posted Facts and Photos and First Hand knowledge as a Beekeeper myself ! No one cares… I get some Followers and some Thumbs Up and the Honey Bees keep Dying !
Its beginning to remind me of that Idiot Hilary Clinton and George Bush and Obama !
It doesn’t seem to matter how much evidence you offer people to make the right choices and they just keep on doing exactly the opposite or just nothing at all!
What I can’t understand is why Moronic people continue to patronize the very Establishments that are Killing Us ???
Another thing I cannot understand, is for years now, its been Law that Stores Like Wal Mart, Home Depot, Lowes and hundreds if not thousands of other smaller businesses can get away with selling pesticides off the shelves!
If it were some other circumstance, a Crime you or I committed, you know damn well we would be getting Finger Printed and getting a Free Photo added to the Police Archives ! They might even take a DNA Sample !
So I ask – WTF is going on ???
Anyway, the following Post is filled with Information and Studies and Videos from YouTube and anything else I can gather!
I will keep adding to this Post for as long as it takes and from my point of view, that will likely be Forever because, after all this time, there hasn’t been a whole lot of Change!

Thanks For Listening and I hope the Following Information sickens you enough to do something ! Anything !!!

To Start With…For those of you who don’t feel like reading a pile of Text…Below is a Vast pile of Youtube Links so you can watch rather than read! I will be adding more Video Links shortly!
Key Phrases Used
wal mart killing honey bees with pesticides

Who Killed The Honey Bee
Bio Honey Bee Farm

What’s Happening to Honey Bees?

EPA Finally Discovers What’s Killing The Bees
The Young Turks

Pesticide kills millions of bees in S.C.
The Young Turks

URGENT: “Millions Of Dead Bees From Pesticide Sprays In South Carolina”
Paul Begley

URGENT: “Millions Of Dead Bees From Pesticide Sprays In South Carolina”
Paul Begley

Dead Honey Bees – Pesticide Poisoning

New study..Insecticide Infected Bee Pollen
Jason Chrisman

The Death Of Bees Explained – Parasites, Poison and Humans
Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

Are pesticides to blame for the massive bee die-off?
PBS NewsHour

Why Are The Bees Dying?
It’s Okay To Be Smart

Common Insecticides Killing Off Honeybees, Study Finds
Newsy Science

Bee-Killing Pesticides in 51% of “Bee-Friendly” Plants
The Big Picture RT



Now for Some Reading

(Please Note this first Article Dates Back to 2014)

The problem here is, These Companies have been allowed Phase Out Time Periods!

F’ that! These are Powerhouse Financial Institutions ! There is No Room or Time for Phase Out! Its Time to Immediately Stop !

Bee-Killing Pesticides Found in Supposedly “Bee Friendly” Plants From Home Depot, Lowe’s and Walmart – Time to Take Action
by Nick Meyer | July 2, 2014

Concern over bee-killing chemicals on commercial plants and seeds has led many to buy more “bee friendly” plants, but are companies really telling the truth about their products?

According to a new report from the organization Friends of the Earth and various allied groups, the answer may be no.

Research published in the new report, titled ‘Gardeners Beware 2014,’ found bee-killing pesticides in 51% of plants from garden centers across the United States and Canada.

The report can be viewed in full by clicking on this link.

Neonicotinoids Found at Top Garden Retailers

Garden Plants and Flowers Killing Bees
Garden Plants and Flowers Killing Bees

The report found that 36 out of 71 garden plant samples, or 51 percent, contained neonicotoind pesticides (neonics), which have been implicated as a key contributing cause to the recent widespread bee declines in the United States, Europe and other developed areas of the globe.

According to the report, some of the flowers purchased contained neonic levels high enough to kill bees “outright,” assuming that comparable concentrations are indeed present in the pollen and nectar of the flowers. In addition, 40 percent of the positive samples contained two or more neonics.

“The high percentage of contaminated plants and their neonicotinoid concentrations suggest that this problem continues to be widespread,” said Lisa Archer, director of the Food & Technology program at Friends of the Earth-U.S. “Most gardeners have no idea that their gardens may be a source of harm to bees. We’re calling on retailers to get neonicotinoid pesticides out of their plants and off their shelves as soon as possible. Until then, gardeners should buy organic plants to ensure the safety of bees.”

The study also is a follow-up to another one from the FOE released last August, which researched the distribution of neonic pesticides between flowers and the rest of the plant.

Flowers from Walmart, Lowes, Home Depot Kill Bees
Flowers from Walmart, Lowes, Home Depot Kill Bees

“Our data indicates that many plants sold in nurseries and garden stores across the U.S. and Canada are being pre-treated with systemic neonicotinoid insecticides, making them potentially toxic to pollinators,” said Timothy Brown, Ph.D., co-author of the report from the Pesticide Research Institute, said in a press release. “Unfortunately, these pesticides don’t break down quickly so these plants could be toxic to bees for years to come.”

The European Union has banned the three most widely used neonics, the press release noted, but they are still widely used in the United States. When not killing bees outright, they make them more vulnerable to pests, pathogens and other potential dangers, according to scientific literature.

A new meta-analysis of 800 peer-reviewed studies released this week by the Task Force on Systemic Pesticides — a group of global, independent scientists – confirmed that neonics are a key factor in bee declines and are also harming everything from soil microbes to butterflies, earthworms, reptiles and birds.

Petitions against the neonics demanding Lowe’s and Home Depot stop selling them have been signed by over half a million Americans, and some independent chains are taking that initiative already.

The company BJ’s Wholesale Club, for example, announced that it will require vendors to remove the neonics from plants by the end of 2014 and/or require warning labels for plants treated with them.

Most of the UK’s top garden retailers have already stopped selling them.

“There is a growing movement around the world demanding that we protect the bees essential to our food supply,” said Taren Stinebrickner-Kauffman, executive director of SumOfUs, one of the allied organizations. “Lowe’s and other retailers need to stop selling Bayer’s bee-killing pesticides and start being part of the solution to the bee crisis.”

Neonic restrictions are also being pushed in the U.S., as Representatives Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) and John Conyers (D-Mich.) introduced the “Saving America’s Pollinators Act” which would suspend the use of neonics on bee-attractive plants until EPA reviews all data on hand including field studies.

The bill has bi-partisan support and 68 co-sponsors, the press release from FOE said.

“It is deeply troubling that retail garden centers like Home Depot and Lowe’s continue the sale of neonicotinoid pesticides and seedlings and plants pre-treated with such pesticides as supposedly “bee-friendly” products. This is an unfair and deceptive practice. Many consumers are not made aware that the “bee-friendly” products they purchase have been pre-treated with neonicotinoids or the damaging health effects they have on honey bees or other pollinators, as demonstrated by rigorous scientific reviews.

“This is disturbing, especially considering the alarming rate of honey bee decline and colony losses. Our food system and agriculture industry cannot afford for the use of these pesticides to continue. I encourage retailers to immediately remove the sale of neonicotinoids and any products pre-treated with such pesticides until the Environmental Protect Agency has completed its review of neonicotinoids and determined whether such pesticides have an unreasonable and adverse-effect upon honeybees and other pollinators,” said Congressman John Conyers.

Recommended Action Steps for Consumers

According to the report, the following action steps have been recommended by Friends of the Earth:

In the United States: Join the Friends of the Earth U.S. Bee Action campaign at and sign our petition to garden retailers asking that they stop selling neonicotinoid treated plants and products that contain neonicotinoids. You can also contact your member of Congress and encourage them to support the Saving America’s Pollinators Act.


Below are More More Links to Articles and Websites Dedicated to Research and Action and Telling you the Truth on Honey Bees and Pesticide Use

Honey bees and pesticides – Hive and Honey Apiary

Report: Pesticides & Honey Bees | Pesticide Action Network

Pesticide toxicity to bees – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bees and pesticides ‘missing link’ found – BBC News

7 Benefits of – On Page SEO and 3 Ways to Clean Code Your Site

There are benefits to creating a website that has internal clean markup code and effective on page SEO. Read the 3 ways to code your site and 7 ways to do proper on page SEO for your company website.

Proper Search engine optimization can increase a websites visibility in search engines. On page SEO is supremely effective. Both on page SEO and a clean coded web design has an effect on google ranks. A website must be tagged to its best relevance and the code should be as simplified and thin as possible. There are millions of websites out there that a google search robot must rank. With this explained, it is best to be as unique as possible on your web page. Read below some great on page SEO tips and clean coding web designs.
3 Ways to Clean Code 
1-Gray and White Boxes. Before it all starts, a web developer should start off by designing in gray and white. This removes the work of a web developer gathering all the content and images before designing the site. The web developer can design the site with plain shapes and then at the end, the developer may place the info ( content and photos) in the gray and white blanks. By starting off in gray and white boxes, the developer can design endlessly and test out the layout to verify that it is the best design possible.
2-Custom Div Tags. Customizing div classes will allow the web developer to go back at any time to the script and make any quick fixes,but also provide the script inside to be very custom to the domain itself. 
3-Reduction of CSS Script. When writing up a CSS file, a web designer must always find alternate ways to minimize the code as much as possible. At times, there may be two contrasting elements on an index.php page that will need to execute the same color on the CSS file. The wrong way of doing this is by adding 2 lines and 2 commands to execute the same color. The correct way of doing this would be adding 2 elements in one line, divided by a comma, and 1 command executed for the color to be applied to both. This is an example that shows how to minify the CSS script. 
Compressing your files: An easy way to minify a CSS script even more is to compress the entire file. By doing this, a CSS script will be even lighter and cleaner than it was before. 
Seven Ways to do On Page SEO
1-The Meta Tags. Meta tags notify search engines of what the title,description,and related keywords of a website may be. An essential meta tag line (aside from the title,description,keywords) is the robots tag. The robots tag notifies robots to index a page, follow a page, or not.
Four Robot Tags:
2-The ALT Tags ( Image Attribution). When adding photos to a website, customizing the photos by telling crawlers what they are about will increase custom on page SEO. Provide ALT tags to describe every photo on a web page.
Example: <img src=“button.png” alt=“Number 1 Cart Button”>
3-The Anchor Tags. Custom anchor up to 3 links on your web page.
4-The H Tags. The H1 Tag should be your title tag, while the H2 tags should be your subtitle tag.
5-Opened/Closed Elements. Make sure that all elements on a web page ( example:<div>) have complete opening and closing statements. 
6-Sitemap/RSS Upload. After uploading the entire website to the directory, it is then time to create a site map and an RSS file. After creating the RSS/Sitemap files, you may upload them to the server. 
7-Social Media Button Shares.Add your top most used social media button icons on your web page. This will allow website visitors to notice your social media accounts and increase your social following fan base! 
On page SEO leads to better and clean coding combined will result in higher visibility and an overall better web design in terms of performance.
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