What would happen if we had no bees?
Agriculture as we know it
would collapse
A world without apples, mangoes strawberries and pears.
Many animals would become extinct.
Put simply,
it would be a global disaster.
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All of us share this issue:  no bees = no life. I want to empower others to know they can make a difference. Products like “Round Up” weed killer and “Confidor” insecticides have been proven to harm bees. Glysophate – the active ingredient in Round Up has been banned in several country’s for being carcinogenic.  Bees and humanity face a major challenge as massive corporations are determined to feed the world with GMO (genetically modified) Food mono culture farming.


“One can no more approach people without love than one can approach bees without care.  Such is the quality of bees…”
Leo Tolstoy

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Please only source organic seeds. Many seeds at #bunnings and supermarkets have been dipped in neonicotinoids that makes the plant toxic to bees.

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2 days ago

Corporate dominance has hit a new low. Capilano Honey have hijacked my name by paying #Google. This identity theft means people will be diverted away from from my website www.beethecure.com.au. This website directs people toward Australian beekeepers on the honeymap and my job saving bees from extermination. This impinges on my rights to provide for my family.
Any identity theft ought to be illegal in Australia. @capilano_honey and CEO Ben McKee this is #bulling #immoral and #unethical. I hope #Google intervene. I urge Australians to complain to #Capilanohoney.
Here are some questions Capilano will not like you asking.

Why will you not label all your honeys including your trickery brands like Allowrie and Smiths with country of origin? Eg China

Do any of your contract Beekeeper’s use Chinese pollen?

What is your stance on neonicotinoids that have been proven in Europe to be connected to colony collapse disorder?

Do your Beekeeper’s provide a vet certificate when they provide you honey with antibiotics? If not does this mean there could be illegal antibiotics in your honey?

Boycott this misogynistic company run by bullies.

If you have to buy from a supermarket buy from a company that does not import honey. Archibald , Beechworth or Peninsula. Try to buy direct support your local beekeeper. See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

Support your local beekeeper buy raw honey not heat treated honey. It is normal and a sign of authenticity that honey thickens or crystallises .
Don’t be fooled by fancy adds and words like #beeotic and pay $45 a kilo for honey. Look for raw local unblended honey.
If you buy honey of Ben’s Bees the money goes to saving bees. Www.bensbees.com.au. Bens also a great supporter of #savethebeesaustralia.
Use the honeymap

If you follow Ben and buy his honey this week he will give you a special deal and can courier honey out. It is wise to buy in bulk as honey never goes off.

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4 days ago

Bayer kills Bees. #Confidor #Bayer sold by Yates at Bunnings and Woolworths contains the insecticides #clothianidin #imidacloprid #thiamethoxam and #methiocarb. These insecticides are all currently registered for use in Australia on a range of pests and crops by farmers, growers and home gardeners. While methiocarb is a carbamate insecticide, the other chemicals all belong to a class called neonicotinoids, which are based on the nicotine molecule. Neonicotinoids are systemic nerve poisons and kill insects on contact or ingestion. Exposure to sub-lethal doses causes behavioural disturbances and disorientation, which is ultimately fatal for beehives. The US Environment Protection Agency’s fact sheet on clothianidin, says the pesticide is highly toxic to foraging honeybees and other pollinators, and there is a risk from chronic exposure because the systemic poison finds its way into the nectar and pollen of treated plants. Dr Simon Cubit, Public Affairs spokesman for the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA), confirmed there are two clothianidin products registered in Australia which are likely to come into contact with bees, unfortunately these commonly sold products are not adequately labelled. Clothianidin is registered for use on cotton, bananas, apples, pears, peaches and nectarines to treat a range of pests. The French government banned imidacloprid, Bayer CropScience’s top selling insecticide as a seed treatment for sunflowers in 1999, and for corn in 2004, because of its clear link with mass bee deaths.French regulators recently rejected an application to register clothianidin and have also banned fipronil for its role in killing bees. Australian regulators must do whatever they can to protect bees as they provide an irreplaceable pollination role in our food production. Without bees we would likely not survive ourselves.Being systemic these poisons end up within the plant permanent our skin. If they are killing bees they are also killing us slowly . Through organic farming methods permaculture there are infinite solutions that involve wisdom and diversity. Bayer has huge lobbying capabilities. We are risking life by using neonicotinoids. Stop buying this poison.
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5 days ago

#Listen Chinese #pollen at @capilano_honey
When #CapilanoHoney are not importing honey from China their beekeepers are feeding bees irradiated Chinese pollen. Bad nutrition leads to disease. How can we be sure the Chinese pollen isn’t contaminated? Bees like us need a variety of nutrition to remain healthy. Only eat honey from bees that have been foraging on flowers.
Listen for yourself it’s is common practice for Capilano’s contract beekeepers to feed there bees Chinese pollen mixed with soy powder over winter.
If my opinion if the pollen is Chinese the honey is Chinese such is the synergy of the hive.
Capilano has a business model that relies on the ignorance of its customers. This is abhorrent. Disrespectful to #bees.
Please use the honeymap and support your local beekeeper.

Ask Capilano on their social media including Instagram if they are aware that their contract beekeepers use Chinese Pollen

Please #Gofundme in my profile so I can continue to reveal the truth.

I understand some in the beekeeping industry want to remain anonymous including Beekeepers who have been contracted by Capilano your welcome to use the Beethecure Account. Thanks for your support

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