Another assumption is that genetically modified crops are increasingly gaining the upper hand. More and more monocultures characterize the landscape; for milk and biogas plants. For this, vast amounts of toxic seed dressings are needed, which leads to the plants becoming systemically toxic and killing every insect.

In addition, spraying is done with pesticides that are "allowed" but deadly to bees, such as Biscaya®, which uses the active ingredient thiacloprid. Thiacloprid is classified as harmful: by inhalation and ingestion, environmentally hazardous with suspected carcinogenic effects. Furthermore, as very toxic to aquatic organisms, as this active ingredient can have long-term harmful effects in water bodies. These "treatments" wipe out every herb and weed, however small, if any.

To be honest, take a closer look at this advertisement: Have you ever seen a robot eating rapeseed ????

BUND (Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland, a non-governmental environmental and nature conservation organization based in Germany) strongly criticized the manufacturer's consumer information a few years ago regarding the danger to bees of the active ingredients it contains. Stupid idea ... because the lawyers of Bayer AG (founded on August 1 by a twin and a scale) then obtained an injunction forcing BUND to remove certain pages from the Internet.

A few months later, in the spring of 2015, the Düsseldorf Regional Court then ruled that BUND could continue to state that two pesticide products manufactured by Bayer AG were dangerous to bees.

Without bees no agriculture!

In the USA, over 90% genetically manipulated seeds are used for the operation of the monocultures, which explains the much higher exodus, respectively mortality rate of the bees. Many beekeepers have already given up beekeeping because the effort of starting it over and over again becomes unbearable.

And please, I speak here of beekeepers, who have cared for bees partly already for decades with much success !!!!

By all appearances, there exist a few giant horned oxen who prefer to look at the Earth this way !

Shall I quote Albert Einstein again?