Massive Marine Life Die-Off Continues to Accelerate Around the Globe While We’re Focused on Rigged Politics

Posted by on August 1, 2016 in Environment, Environmental Hazards, Wildlife with 12 Comments

Vic Bishop | WakingTimes

By now we should be able to acknowledge that the election is rigged and that none of the current candidates represent the deepest interests of the American people or the human race. Never the less a sea of human energy and resources are being dumped into the phony contest, all the while, critically important issues go undiscussed with no plan what so ever. The amount of vitriol, anger, and hate in the election debate this year is suffocating, leaving one to wonder what would happen if this much energy were directed toward solving our most pressing collective problems.
Nothing is more important to life on earth than the condition of our global eco-systems, and in the 2014 edition of World Wildlife Fund’s Living Planet Report, it was reported that 52% of the world’s marine life has disappeared since 1970. Staggering.

“WWF’s Living Blue Planet Report tracks 5,829 populations of 1,234 mammal, bird, reptile and fish species through a marine living planet index. The evidence, analyzed by researchers at the Zoological Society of London, paints a troubling picture. In addition to the plummeting number of marine vertebrate species, populations of locally and commercially fished fish species have fallen by half, with some of the most important species experiencing even greater declines.” [Source]

In the years since the report was issued, the world has seen an unprecedented number of cases of mass fish and wildlife die-offs, and the causes of such dramatic occurrences are going largely undetermined.

The Pacific Ocean appears to be in greatest distress, leaving many to wonder what negative effects the ongoing disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has had on the sea since it began leaking radioactive material in 2011. In 2013, what has been described as a viral plague began wiping out millions of starfish and sea urchins began all along the Western sea board of the U.S., and subsequently spread to the Atlantic.

The latest developing mystery on the west coast is a newly discovered type of cancer, which is supposedly contagious and now killing millions of mollusks and clams. When coupled with numerous reports of cancerous tumors being found on sharks, whales and fish in the Pacific, it leads to the hypothesis that radiation is in fact causing severe damage to the chain of life in the Pacific. With no mention of the animal die-offs or the ongoing catastrophe in Fukushima among our leadership, it is clear that no politician or government agency dares address such a frightening issue, leaving the fate of the world’s largest ocean in the hands of TEPCO, the inept Japanese power company.

READ: Not Just Bees, All Insects are in Decline and Heading for Extinction

Additionally, massive, continent sized gyres of plastic continue to swell around the world with little to no attention, choking out marine life and birds by the millions, contributing to acidification of oceanic waters and a broad increase in ocean temperatures. Around the world, reports of fish and marine life die-offs continue to roll in, and it is no longer shocking to see photos of hundreds of thousands of fish, squid, or mammals lying dead on some public beach.

Rather than discuss a plan for resolving some of these issues, the government instead continues to display utter contempt for wildlife as demonstrated by the military’s ongoing plans to murder millions of cetaceans as collateral damage in the effort to test newly developed electromagnetic weapons and next generation SONAR. Additionally, the Olympic Peninsula on the upper west coast of the U.S., the most biologically diverse region in the U.S., has been designated as the testing grounds for electromagnetic warfare programs, causing citizen activists to take up arms in protection of wildlife.

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  1. ” You get to choose.” – Wayne Dyer With everything that has happened to you, you can either feel sorry for yourself or treat what has happened as a gift. Everything is either an opportunity to grow or an obstacle to keep you from growing.

  2. But trump doesn’t believe its real…stupid bitchass…but that orange face is suppose to be real!?? Lol

  3. I choose not to watch TV or follow politics! I instead choose to pray and send out intentions for healing in all ways for all living things, beings and for the earth!

  4. It is stated in the Bible in the book or Revelations, that 1/3 of all living things in the ocean shall die, and 1/3 of all the trees and birds and animals on land shall perish and I think it says 1/3 of the people too. So, it’s no surprise to me. Not sure if anything can be done. These things are part of the process that was predicted thousands of years ago.

    • The bible is a load of shit. Get scienced up, this isn’t the daze of Noah

    • Oh my dear friend…I feel you are wrong on this. Science has proven itself to be wrong…time and time again. Science is always having to rewrite and reevaluate itself. We are continually discovering new things as our technology evolves. But, what is known intuitively and spiritually for epochs has been proven true by science. Get with it man!! The HIndus have known stuff for thousands of years…that are just now being proven and substantiated by science. Science is actually way behind what is known by humans through trial and error…Just look at the I Ching!!

    • A probably clairvoyant persons vision does not make it inevitable

  5. IMO, (maybe this is already obvious,) the most important thing to focus on is to find the best methods of getting the information into the minds of as many people as possible, in a way that they can understand and see the pressing need for immediately large scale change. That could prep them to desire to learn about the obstacles we’re facing on political and corporate levels. People that know little about these things (and that means MOST people) will only put little effort into learning these things, because they see little need to pay attention long enough to learn enough to cause them to want to learn more. The best thing I can think of is to get them to watch (relatively) short, easy to understand documentaries that can quickly slam the info into their minds while they allow those seldom windows of opportunity. It’s not enough to give them a pamphlet to read, they need to see it. They need to see video of the destruction, they need to see visualizing scales of the numbers/calculations to get a perspective. They need to see scientists interviewed and giving brief presentations of each facet of ecological devastation. They need to have it put right in their laps, in their faces, because most won’t give it much time of day or effort. To them, they likely expect to hear the popular things such as “We must recycle” : “There’s a lot of pollution” : “Deforestation really sucks”. So they don’t expect to learn anything more than that, so they won’t pay attention much. This particularly must be approached in one on one situations.

  6. World war 3 builds while you are distracted by rigged elections and pokemon

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