Throughout 2022, inflation rates have soared to unprecedented levels. Prices of fuel, groceries, and housing continue to rise nearly every week. As working-class citizens struggle to afford necessities, the United States government is hemorrhaging billions of dollars overseas. Simultaneously, domestic supply chain issues are triggering rampant shortages and impacting countless consumers. More than one hundred food manufacturing facilities were suspiciously destroyed this year. To make matters worse, citizens must now brace for yet another unforeseen crisis. Millions of livestock, birds, and fish are dying under unusual circumstances. Could these bizarre deaths be mere coincidence or is something sinister unfolding behind the scenes?
When it comes to the food supply, our world is rapidly transforming. America is quickly moving towards mass-producing edible nanotechnology. Genetically modified chimeric meats fill the shelves of local stores. While Bill Gates accumulates vast amounts of agricultural land and independent farmers are under attack by ‘climate change’ legislation, a series of peculiar fatalities is taking place. Vast numbers of cattle, pigs, chickens, and other animals are dropping dead at an alarming rate. Here is a chronological list that documents some examples of this disturbing phenomenon developing worldwide over the past 11 months.
November 29th: Dozens of cattle deaths baffle wildlife experts in Colorado, the United States.
November 24th: Millions of chickens and turkeys die from an illness in the United States.
November 20th: Tens of thousands of fish are ‘suffocating’ to death in New South Wales, Australia.
November 17th: A new tick-borne disease is killing cattle throughout the United States.
November 17th: Mass wildlife deaths from ‘overgrazing’ in Kenya leave millions on the brink of starvation.
November 10th: Fire at a poultry farm kills 30,000 chickens in the Netherlands.
November 9th: Hundreds of dead sea creatures wash up on the shores of Panama.
November 7th: Avian flu kills hundreds of thousands of chickens, turkeys, ducks, and geese in Norfolk, England.
November 7th: Hundreds of thousands of dead fish cover the coast of Huelva, Spain.
November 4th: Catastrophic die-off of Dungeness crabs along the West Coast of the United States.
October 13th: More than 1 billion snow crabs mysteriously vanished in the Bering Sea.
October 8th: Severe weather kills tens of thousands of salmon in a single Canadian creek.
October 3rd: 47 million birds were killed during an influenza outbreak in Europe.
October 3rd: 50 million chickens and turkeys die from a sudden illness in the United States.
October 2nd: Herds of deer are being ravaged by an infectious disease throughout North America.
September 29th: 100,000 cows and buffalo died with 2 million sick from a viral disease in New Delhi, India.
September 27th: Millions of birds die after contracting a disease United Kingdom.
September 23rd: A river in Boston, England is filled with hundreds of thousands of fish carcasses.
September 22nd: Several tons of dead fish and crustaceans litter the UK shoreline.
September 21st: Thousands of dead fish fill the waterways of Long Beach Island, New York.
September 21st: Thousands of dead fish are scattered across the beaches of Portmore, Jamaica.
September 12th: Over 67,000 cattle die throughout India due to a sudden illness.
September 2nd: Residents of Wichita, Texas encounter thousands of dead fish in a local lake.
September 1st: Thousands of dead fish cover the shoreline in San Francisco, California.
August 30th: Severe flooding claims the lives of 727,000 cattle in Pakistan.
August 26th: Thousands of decomposing fish are discovered in Somerset, England.
August 22nd: Nearly 1,000 wild birds die from avian flu in Georgia, United States.
August 21st: Tens of thousands of fish carcasses wash up on the beaches of West Sussex, England.
August 17th: A river is filled with over 100 tons of dead fish in Poland.
August 8th: Tens of thousands of fish are killed from ‘wildfires’ in California.
August 8th: Thousands of fish are found deceased in New South Wales, Australia.
August 8th: Thousands of dead fish wash up on the shores of Yucatan, Mexico.
July 25th: More than 3,000 lifeless wild birds are uncovered on the Farne Islands.
July 23rd: 1.5 million livestock animals are killed by droughts in Ethiopia.
July 22nd: Residents of Newfoundland, Canada discover thousands of dead birds.
July 20th: Hundreds of deceased fish wash up on a beach in Cadiz, Spain.
July 17th: ‘Heat stress’ is blamed for thousands of cattle deaths in Kansas, United States.
July 16th: Thousands of dead birds are observed by crowds in Northumberland, England.
July 12th: Locals in Staten Island, New York stumble upon thousands of dead fish.
July 10th: Baltimore, Maryland’s Patapsco river fills with thousands of fish carcasses.
July 8th: Hundreds of deceased birds are found on a beach in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
July 3rd: Over 3,000 lifeless dolphins surface in the Black Sea of Russia.
July 2nd: Beachgoers in California stumble upon tens of thousands of rotting fish.
June 21st: Locals in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts encounter hundreds of dead sea birds.
June 16th: 10,000 cows died from ‘humidity’ in Kansas, United States.
June 8th: Thousands of decomposing fish wash ashore on Lake Michigan.
June 8th: Thousands of dead fish are found in a lake in Almerimar, Spain.
June 7th: Villagers in Eastern Scotland find hundreds of expired birds on the beach.
June 6th: More than 100,000 birds are dead after a storm in Allier, France.
June 2nd: Walkers discover hundreds of dead birds on the beaches of Puerto Piritu, Venezuela.
June 1st: Hundreds of deceased birds are discovered in Quebec, Canada.
May 27th: Over 300,000 salmon abruptly die at a fish farm in Chile.
May 26th: A massive die-off takes place at a New Zealand salmon farm.
May 24th: 100,000 dead fish strewn a river in Nova Scotia, Canada.
May 19th: Contaminated water leads to authorities euthanizing 3,665 cattle in Clovis, New Mexico.
May 18th: More than 5 tons of dead fish wash ashore in Guerrero, Mexico.
May 6th: 37 million chickens and turkeys die of a sporadic disease in the United States.
May 8th: Hundreds of livestock animals were left dead after a fire in Virginia, United States.
April 28th: Thousands of dead fish appear in the Tigris River in Turkey.
April 14th: Hundreds of birds abruptly die in Illinois, United States.
April 10th: A mass fish die-off takes place in Western Australia.
April 8th: Thousands of dead and dying scallops fill a Florida beach.
April 4th: An unprecedented sea urchin die-off occurs in the Caribbean.
April 1st: Residents of Western Newfoundland, Canada come across hundreds of dying sea birds.
March 31st: Influenza kills 12 million birds in France.
March 24th: Several tons of dead fish fill the shores of Barra da Tijuca, Brazil.
March 22nd: Thousands of dead fish appear in Cox Bazar, Bangladesh.
March 18th: 85,000 birds are euthanized in South Dakota, United States.
March 17th: ‘Flooding’ kills hundreds of thousands of fish in New South Wales, Australia.
March 15th: Residents Fort-Dauphin, Madagascar find thousands of dead fish in a lake.
March 12th: A mass die-off of fish takes place at Cedar Lake in Indiana, United States.
March 8th: 2.8 million birds die suddenly in Iowa and Missouri, United States.
February 25th: A river is filled with thousands of dead floating fish in Kolhapur, India.
February 22nd: Tens of thousands of decomposing fish mysteriously wash up on a beach in Chile.
February 17th: More than 100 birds suddenly drop dead while flying in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.
February 14th: Thousands of dead fish and manta rays are found beached in Usulutan, El Salvador.
February 13th: Over 15 tons of fish die from weather conditions in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
February 11th: An ‘electric bang’ causes hundreds of birds to die in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
February 10th: H5N1 claims the lives of 30,000 turkeys in Indiana, United States.
February 7th: Hundreds of birds suddenly drop dead in Cuauhtemoc, Mexico.
February 6th: Locals of Cumbria, England discover hundreds of dead birds along the shoreline.
February 2nd: A ‘heatwave’ kills 400,000 chickens in Uruguay.
January 30th: Mass livestock deaths occur after a drought in Kenya.
January 27th: Thousands of fish die from ‘cold temperatures’ in Greece.
January 26th: Tens of thousands of goats and sheep die after a storm in Northern Kenya.
January 26th: An unprecedented fish die-off takes place in Hokkaido, Japan.
January 24th: Hundreds of dying birds cover the coastline in California, United States.
January 19th: Hundreds of dead fish are discovered by beachgoers in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
January 18th: Tens of thousands of dead fish cover the shoreline of Cruz del Eje, Argentina.
January 17th: Several tons of dead fish appear in Houailou, New Caledonia.
January 14th: Mass sea life die-off, “everything is dead for miles” in Yorkshire, England.
January 13th: Thousands of dead fish are found floating in the Parana River in Argentina.
January 6th: 1 million chickens were killed by a disease in Lincolnshire, England.
January 5th: Over one thousand dead bass mysteriously wash ashore in Nova Scotia, Canada.
January 5th: Tens of thousands of dead starfish cover the beaches in Wales.
January 5th: One million birds die of a sudden illness in the Netherlands.
Some of these incidents could be dismissed as mere chance. However, one can’t help but wonder: what is the statistical probability of these widespread catastrophes repeatedly transpiring? Coincidence is just that— certain concurrent events that occur at random. What is currently unfolding appears to be an intentional pattern of calculated actions. Modern warfare has evolved into much more insidious techniques. Weather modification, electromagnetic weapons, and bioterrorism are real threats. What better way to assault society than to go after the very essentials needed to sustain life? As Henry Kissinger once said: “Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people.”