Feed the bees

Genetic diversity is dwindling at an alarming rate throughout the world.  The impact upon our ability to produce crops in the future could become a serious problem and one that shouldn’t be underestimated, brushed under the carpet, and simply ignored.

Bees and other insect numbers are reducing rapidly, resulting in areas that cannot pollinate flowers, and thus much of the people’s food needs cannot be met locally.  This is a serious concern, and each of us can address it without the need for ‘government’ projects, or other leader-led adventures.

The parasitical elite are well aware of this phenomenon, and their media shills do not attempt to hide this most worrying trend.

“Disturbing evidence that honeybees are in terminal decline has emerged from the United States where, for the fourth year in a row, more than a third of colonies have failed to survive the winter.” The UK Guardian

“Unless someone or something stops it soon, the mysterious killer that is wiping out many of the nation’s honeybees could have a devastating effect on America’s dinner plate, perhaps even reducing us to a glorified bread-and-water diet.Fox News

The UK independent ran a report to indicate that the signal from cell phones interfered with the bee’s navigation system.  The many ‘experts’ are currently debating the causes of bee number decline, and the hot-topic is ‘Honey bee colony collapse disorder’.

I seriously suspect the massive amount of artificial pesticides and artificial fertilizers used by the food industrial complex is a massive factor in the decline of all countryside genetic diversity.  Furthermore, both the mainstream presstitutes and governments seem concerned with honey bees, and honey bees alone.  Not the general genetic diversity and, and not even wild bees.  There are many other types of bee – but such bees are not deemed ‘useful’ to the psychopaths-in-charge that seem to believe they can control nature itself.

Honey bees are crucial to the elite’s current model of the food industrial complex, and therefore the media and the government are drawing people’s attention to the problem, and also offering incentives such as free bees in lottery format.  The solutions provided by the elite will only ever benefit the elite at a cost to the rest of us.  Caution:  Those applying for ‘free bees’ will pay through their wilful giving of personal information to big brother, and are also obliged to provide data to those insane megalomaniacs that believe it’s their birthright to control us.

There are many things that you can do, as a sovereign person, to address the population decline in bees, and indeed other key components of natural food production.  Many people have access to a garden, or at least a shared communal piece of land.  I’ve read recently that in some US states they are attempting to stifle home-grown food.  Here in England, they’re giving away honeybees and selling loads of their F1 Frankenstein seeds to the public.

The elite operate differently in the various areas of their web-of-debt.  In England they obviously decided against fighting the public’s desire for home-grown food, and used marketing to peddle their F1 hybrids instead of harassing and fining people. You should always purchase real seed as you will only need to purchase it once if you are able to save the seeds.  To pollinate many of your vegetables you will need some visiting bees, and you therefore want to attract them into your garden, small-holding, allotment etc.

There are many flowers that attract bees and you can design your garden with this in mind.  Your primary motivation should be to feed the bees as they’ll keep returning and may even set-up hive in your garden.  I cannot stress this enough:  Bees are essential for a large amount of food production.  We therefore do not want to depend on the psychopaths-in-charge now, do we?  Furthermore, and more crucially: like growing your own food this is a sovereign act that requires you yourself and no-one else.

When I re-located to my current location last December, there was the opportunity to base my bee/wildlife-magnetism around a small pond at the foot of the garden.  The property had effectively been run-down and so the pond had become a haven for nearby wildlife; one free from human interference and protected somewhat from pesticides.  Containing and surrounded by many native wild flowers, the pond has the added bonus of containing native wild frogs.  I therefore decided that I merely needed to supplement the existing attraction, especially in areas further away from the pond.

I decided upon nasturtiums and lavender to attract bees after consultation with my ‘better half’, as although she dislikes the former she adores the scent of the latter.  A compromise if you will.

“Nasturtiums are just one big pest magnet; I’ve never known a plant like it” ~ States Tracy the vegetable gardener in 5 Reason to grow nasturtiums near vegetables

Nasturtiums essentially act as a catch-crop for pests that enter your garden.  Nasturtiums are adored by a variety of pests, and so the damage inflicted is directed at the nasturtiums and not your vegetables.  Planting flowers such as poppies will encourage predatory insects into your garden to devour the aphids.  Essentially, nasturtiums are an excellent component of a natural pest control system.  As an extra incentive, the entire nasturtium plant can be eaten and tastes similar to watercress.


Bee numbers are dwindling rapidly and this will ultimately affect our ability to produce crops if this problem is not addressed.  The parasitical class, as always, is wasting tax-payer money in a vain attempt to keep the current food industrial complex running by giving away honey bees, and funding research to examine factors associated with the honeybee population decline.

I suggest we avoid ‘their’ solutions and each take-on the responsibility to feed the bees.  The act is quite simple and twofold:

  1.  Plant flowers bees desire
  2. Stop destroying flower pastures/flower lands that bees desire

The first is simple and can be implemented by you, yourself, today, and as a sovereign person.  I regard nasturtiums as an excellent bee-magnet and the plant also has many other uses. There are many flowers to choose from for the artistic-minded.  The problems regarding the general health of the countryside will only be addressed with the dismantling of the petro-chemical dependent food industrial complex.

The elite here in England are mainly trying to peddle their Frankenstein hybrid seed to the public, but in areas of the US it would appear they’re attempting to make it a crime to grow your own garden vegetables.

Do we really require any more reasons to simply non-comply on a massive scale?

All the best,


6 comments to Feed the bees

  • Excellent! Positive post. Yes, without bees, [and hummingbirds] we will have a massive decline in the ability to grow most any crop. Great resource links! Great information!
    …even the smallest of patio gardens, when done repetitively along a block or balconies can make a significant impact upon the volume of homegrown veggies.
    GMO treated plants have led to a large percentage of elimination of the bee as the GMO plant sterilizes the bee which in turn affects the honey in the hive and the propagation of more bees.
    This article should have a tag of “Solutions”.


  • TexPat

    Really great information, this is whats needed. We’ll definitly put this into practice.
    Thanks Gareth.

  • This is great. I too have been working on setting up an apiary (bee farm) in my community. I visited one recently and the locals were more than happy to give me an idea of what I need to do. In any self-sufficient community a cornerstone of the food supply will be to take care of our little helpers, the bees, to ensure the sanctity of our food…definitely not something to trust to Monsanto…

  • Gareth

    Thanks folks,

    I once read a quote that was something like, “The whole world is a garden, and what a wonderful place it would be if we each took care of our current location, our garden”

    Unfortunately, many people will be stocking-up on bullion, guns, food etc – which they should be – without considering the wider implications of repairing the damage done by centuries of debt-enslavement.

    We either currently live in, or about to enter, a post-peak name-any-finite-resource world and we must therefore embrace nature to go forward.

  • Nick

    I have a degree in plant science. Most of the crops that need to be pollinated also “need” to be sprayed with a fungicide during the SAME time pollination takes place. Humans must wear tyvek suits, gloves, and full face respirators when spraying these fungicides. You think tiny little bees can handle those fungicides unprotected? It’s common sense but they don’t want us to have any. Most food staples don’t require pollination. Mostly just specialty crops we can go without. I may be wrong about some food staples but I know most don’t require pollination. Mostly stone fruits and nut trees require pollination. Lettuce, tomatoes, corn, wheat, peppers, cabbage, potatoes, carrots, onions, etc. don’t require pollination. We have the technology to make plants that require pollination into self pollinating plants. Duarte nursery in California created a self pollinating almond variety. I know most people that are against GMO’s group them all together but that’s just being ignorant.

  • Gareth

    @ Nick: With all due respect, I reject your GMO crops today, tommorrow, and until the day I leave this beautiful earth.


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