It began with reports of massive amounts of birds dropping dead on the streets of New York, New Jersey, Louisiana, Kentucky and other states around the U.S. around Christmas time. Researchers concluded that the deaths must have been related to the fireworks from the celebrations and the birds were either killed by the explosions or were scared enough that they flew into buildings, trees and houses.
If that wasn’t bizarre enough (considering fireworks go off every year without mass murders), soon after approximately 100,000 fish were discovered washed ashore the Arkansas River. The explanation for this was cold water. Just yesterday, 200 dead cows were removed from a Wisconsin farm and the cause of death is said to be pneumonia. While this was first thought of as strictly a U.S. issue, suddenly similar accounts were being found all over the world.
What I find to be the most outrageous part of all is that news reporters and government officials are claiming that the incidents are all individual and unrelated from one another. There was cold water over there, poison there, and fireworks over there-period. Eventually, the world will have to be informed if the madness continues.
“There are many conspiracy theories being considered all over the internet. Some of theories are: HAARP, biological warfare testing, alien invasion, weather, fireworks and end-time prophecy being fulfilled. Some are suggesting a government cover-up. One thing is certain. There are no clear answers to the public right now.”
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