Insect Population Collapse Is A Red Flag Warning For Humanity- Warns Scientists

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Scientists are now warning that the insect population is collapsing worldwide. This is a red flag warning sign for humanity because if the insects collapse, the entire food web will implode, leading to global ecological catastrophe. If this happens, the collapse of humanity won’t be far behind.

The cause of this accelerating collapse is the widespread use of toxic agricultural pesticide chemicals that destroy the viability of insect populations. These same chemicals are also being used to poison humanity with disease-causing chemicals such as Glyphosate, a common herbicide that now saturates virtually the entire food supply.

While the deceptive scientific “establishment” tries to market the science hoax of “climate change,” they are largely ignoring the far greater threat of mass extinction via widespread chemical contamination of the planet. Why isn’t every scientist and media outlet warning the world about the dangers of pesticides and herbicides? The answer, of course, is because the manufacturers of those deadly poisons are wealthy, influential corporations that pay off the media to bury the truth and spread lies about the “safety” of pesticides.

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Original Article:https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-10-31-insect-population-collapse-a-death-warning-for-all-humanity.html

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