Stop the our killer “elite” slaughtering the bees: this is a survival point not just something “nice to do”

Intro by Steve Cook

While we are all distracted by the “climate crisis” red herring, the real crisis and threat to our survival continues with our inept and corrupt government busy covertly knifing its citizenry in the back.

The back-stabbing in this instance, aptly exposed by the Cooperative Party in the featured item below, comes in the form of knowingly allowing the use of banned pesticides that kill bees (among other life forms) creatures that are a vital component of the biosphere upon which we depend for our survival.

We could be forgiven for thinking this latest example of apparent idiocy is in fact more sinister  than politicians merely being incapable of rational behaviour, and concluding that this is yet another effort to kill us off.

Personally, I think the ineptitude/corruption/genocidal tendencies will continue under Labour as much as the Tories, both parties being the twin front groups for the degenerate/parasitic killer elite. Therefore, even though I like much of which the Cooperative Party advocates, I think their alliance with Labour is ill-advised simply because the globalist stooges who have hijacked Labour are not the slightest bit interested in Cooperative principles.

Nevertheless, the principles themselves are good and certainly the expose of the bee-killers is valid so take a look and draw your own conclusions and sign the petition because these contra-survival shenanigans have got to stop.

Close the loophole: Protect our pollinators


Bees aren’t just a symbol of the co-operative movement: a healthy bee population is essential to our food chain, our ecosystem and our planet.

That’s why every time the Government has tried to exploit a legal loophole to allow the “emergency” use of banned bee-killing pesticides, we have fought to protect our pollinator population.

Neonicotinoids, a type of pesticide which is toxic to various forms of wildlife, is banned in the EU and in the UK.  However, in January, Conservatives ministers once again approved the pesticide for “emergency” use – just like they have for the past four years running.

We need to take action now to protect bees and our environment, by demanding the Government close the loophole that allows for “emergency” use and stop using this dangerous pesticide. Join us now in calling on the Government to end the use of bee-killing pesticides once and for all.

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The above was featured on UK Reloaded

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