Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Nick Redfern addresses the recent species die-offs

Over at one of the prolific Nick Redfern’s blog spots he has addressed the recent die-offs of birds, fish, and even animals that we’ve seen since the start of the year. And that I’ve also written about; as have a great many other people.

Nick’s post is entitled: Animal Deaths and National Security. It addresses the US government and bacteriological warfare. The beginning of the post says:

An issue that has not been addressed at length, however, is that relative to concerns that elements of the government may have with respect to these events. Is there official, behind-the-scenes worry about what is presently afoot? Very possibly.

And I say "very possibly" because official, governmental concerns about the nature of sudden animal deaths - and animal disease - have been in evidence for decades. If, that is, one knows where to go looking for that same evidence.

As always, Nick writes with the authority of accurate research, and remains eminently readable. The full post can be read here and, if you are interested in this subject, I can highly recommend it.
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