Mass Animal Death – Conspiracy Or Coincidence?
January 6, 2011
Over the past week, there have been several unexplained mass deaths of animals worldwide.
These are the numbers so far:
Beebe, Arkansas – 12/31 – 5,000 starlings and red-winged blackbirds dead over 1 square mile area.
Labarre, Louisiana – 1/3 – 500 sparrows, starlings, grackles,and red-winged blackbirds dead on quarter mile stretch of Highway 1
Falkoping, Sweden – 1/4 to 1/5 – 50 to 100 jackdaw birds dead
Murray, Kentucky – 12/31 to 1/5 – Hundreds of grackles, red-winged blackbirds, starlings, and robins dead
Ore City, Texas – 1/5 – 200 american coots dead on Highway 155 bridge
Chesapeake Bay, Maryland – 1/3 to 1/5 – 2 million fish, mostly croakers and adult spot dead
Brazil – 12/30 to 1/5 – 100 tons of sardines, croaker, and catfish washed up on beaches
England – 12/5 – 40,000 devil crabs washed up on Kent coast near Thanet
New Zealand – 1/4/11 – Hundreds of snapper washed up on the beaches of Comadel Peninsula
Arkansas River – 12/28 -100,000 fish, mainly drum, dead on 20 mile stretch of river
Lacassine, LA – 1/3 to 1/4 – No accurate number; several dead birds near Lacassine exit off Interstate 10
The official explainations coming out of the MSM monster include weather in the case of the fish in Maryland (death from hypothermia?), Electrocution of the birds in Louisiana (some in Labarre were found near power lines), and a fireworks scare of the birds in Arkansas. What is interesting is that autopsies conducted on these birds that died in multiple locations aorund the globe had the same cause of death: severe internal bleeding caused by sudden, hard, external blows.
Alternative theories have sprouted up as well. When animals die suddenly, there is a percentage of people who believe it is the beginning of a prophecy being played out on Earth. Some groups claim aliens are responsible, while others blame the deaths on the effects of climate change. Some suspect it may be another HAARP experiment which is quite plausible, given the track record of that program.
One theory that is gaining traction is that the deaths of some of these animals, specifically in the United States, may be the result of the testing of biological or chemical weapons in various areas of the country.
However, at the end of the day, the most interesting scenario (and also one of the most disturbing) would be that we really have no rational or scientific explanation to why these animals died so suddenly in mass numbers all over the globe in a relatively short time period, and that the governments of the world were just as clueless as the majority of the people living today.
I don’t think any of us will ever know what really happened.