Man’s Protectors Are Dying Off–Soon Only Destroyers Are Left!

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 7:00 AM
December 3, 2018

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Leah Douglas of thefern.org led us to a bombshell article written by By Brooke Jarvis in The New York Times Magazine titled, “The Insect Apocalypse Is Here– What does it mean for the rest of life on Earth?”

The premise of the article is that, while the overwhelming majority of people are definitely unaware, most of the animal bug population of planet earth supportive of human beings is disappearing: ” Because insects are legion, inconspicuous and hard to meaningfully track, the fear that there might be far fewer than before was more felt than documented.

“People noticed it by canals or in backyards or under streetlights at night — familiar places that had become unfamiliarly empty. The feeling was so common that entomologists developed a shorthand for it, named for the way many people first began to notice that they weren’t seeing as many bugs.”

The lengthy article further explains that scientists around the world were coming to the same conclusion and most of them realize that there is little that human beings could or would do about it: ” The necessary changes, like the causes, may be profound.

Interviewee Professor Lister adds. “It’s just another indication that we’re destroying the life-support system of the planet, . . .Nature’s resilient, but we’re pushing her to such extremes that eventually it will cause a collapse of the system.”

Researchers soon found that the absence of insects was also causing the slow death of earth’s bird population: “Ornithologists kept finding that birds that rely on insects for food were in trouble: eight in 10 partridges gone from French farmlands; 50 and 80 percent drops, respectively, for nightingales and turtledoves.

“Half of all farmland birds in Europe disappeared in just three decades. At first, many scientists assumed the familiar culprit of habitat destruction was at work, but then they began to wonder if the birds might simply be starving.”

Back in 2013 our dual blog sites wrote about the extremely high rate in which frogs and toads of the earth were disappearing–as reported by scientists around the world. In 2018, The New York Times did a follow-up article by Ligaya Mishan: ” More fundamentally, frogs are linchpins in the ecosystem, both predator and prey. And they are our watchmen, keeping vigil over our ponds, marshes, lakes and streams, our meadows and our woods, the quality of our water and our air.”

“If they go silent, there could be bad stuff happening,” says Christopher J. Raxworthy, a herpetologist at the American Museum of Natural History in New York . “Like honeybees, whose colonies began to collapse en masse across the United States a decade ago, frogs are portents of the greater ills that could befall our environment — and us.”

Anyone reading Dr. O’Neale’s new book, “Betrayal of Stewardship: Extinctions, Declines and Endless Attacks–God’s Prophecies About His Animal Species,” would soon recognize that those beings in the animal kingdom, those most helpful to and supportive of human beings, are the ones quickly dying off, and only those animals dedicated to man’s ultimate and complete destruction are the only one’s left! Or as the Prophet Jeremiah saw:

” Wherefore a lion out of the forest shall slay them, and a wolf of the evenings shall spoil them, a leopard shall watch over their cities: every one that goeth out thence shall be torn in pieces: because their transgressions are many, and their backslidings are increased (5: 6).”

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