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BULLIES v BEES

Support Savethebeesaustralia – Another Sydney Hearing on 27 October 2017

When Capilano launched proceedings to shut down Save the Bees posts back in summer 2016, how could they have known Simon would have the support of the world’s bee loving community?



Can Simon use the power of the law to defend bee rights to a healthy environment free from profiteering?



Does 100% pure Australian mean 100% free of contaminants or does it mean 100% free of imported honey?



Is Capilano bullying Simon because imported Chinese honey could be contaminated with glyphosate, neonicotinoids and antibiotics, like the Swiss scientists have found?

According to Simon:

"Having our Courts answer these questions will hopefully say something very important about lax government approvals at many levels for years to come"



“Bee killing pesticides are sabotaging the very basis of ecosystems on which we all depend”



“Capilano should be suing the government for approving neonicotinoids, not suing me”



“Help me make a difference and donate ”

"Australia and New Zealand labs can tell you how much Manuka is in honey but are unwilling to test for glyphosate or neonicotinoids so we are very fortunate the Swiss scientists report came at just the right time"

www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/oct/05/honey-tests-reveal-global-contamination-by-bee-harmin...

Click here to read Simon's first affidavit.

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Honey tests reveal global contamination by bee-harming pesticides.

Woolworths, Coles Aldi and others who sell imported honey have a looming crisis on their hands. This week Swiss scientists released a report 75 percent of the worlds honey is contaminated by neonicotinoids.

Honey importers that blend cheap bulk honey from China , Brazil , Argentina ,Mexico, Australia ought to be concerned not only on the effect these chemicals are having on bees but also honey consumers.

“Neonicotinoids are pesticides that are extremely toxic: something like 4,000 to 10,000 times more toxic than DDT "

Often bulk cheap honey is collected on gmo crops like Canola that have been treated with Bayer's neonicotinoids and Monsanto's glyphosate. Chinese beekeepers are renowned for feeding their bees corn syrups and sugars that also contain neonicotinoids.

"What this shows is the magnitude of the contamination," said study lead author Edward Mitchell, a biology professor at the University of Neuchatel in Switzerland, adding that there are

"relatively few places where we did not find any."

Results varied by region. In North America, 86 percent of samples had the pesticide; Asia, 80 percent; Europe, where there's a partial ban, 79 percent; Africa 73 percent; the Australian region, 71 percent and South America, 57 percent.

www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/oct/05/honey-tests-reveal-global-contamination-by-bee-harmin...

In Australia consumers have been attempting to safeguard themselves from consuming agricultural chemicals by meeting their local beekeepers

goo.gl/E9BjH9

The honeymap has been viewed over 300000 times and is giving small apiaries in pristine areas a chance to thrive.

Most small apiaries don't pollinate GMO crops.

The United Nations explains we can feed the world without these agricultural chemicals and we have to return to sustainable practices utilising small scale localised farming. Bees collapsing on monoculture farms is a warning for humanity.

www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/mar/07/un-experts-denounce-myth-pesticides-are-necessary-to-...

Questions for honey consumers to ask supermarkets

Is this honey imported? Avoid cheap imported honey.

Have the bees that produced this honey been subjected to neonicotinoids and glyphosate on monoculture crops ? Eg Canola , Cotton

Look for raw honey from pristine areas away from broad acre agriculture. Eg Raw Eucalyptus honey, Tea tree honey, Manuka honey.

If you are dedicated to buying supermarket honey contact the packer or the supermarket you purchased the honey from , particularly if the honey makes the claim it's pure or natural or organic. Ask the packer if they guarantee the honey is free from neonicotinoids and glyphosate or any other insecticide. Demand a clear response in writing. Please message savethebeesaustralia your responses.
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