Category: killer bees

Mite be PEA/COCK

Peacocks transmitting viruses!

Mite be.

“Mites are said to be transmitting viruses to bee colonies” as if this is news.

WELL/DUH, viruses are tiny critters, 1 one trillionth the size of a mite. Mites have eaten their spinach and can carry them.

They are strong enough to carry HIV too.

Humans are stronger though, they have no problem lifting them up, throwing them, or catching them but these little critters sure have a way with viruses.

Mite the mite be overlooked as a radio and HIV transmitter?

Da scientist he will say, “The mite produces an enzyme that kills HIV” without ever showing us the enzyme in action.

Enzymes are in oxygen containing detergent. Oxygen is the enzyme. Humans breathe in oxygen.

Look ma, I killed HIV with an enzyme!

Protease is an enzyme.

See raw soy milk kill.

“Raw soybeans are toxic to many animals, including humans, until the protease inhibitors they contain have been denatured.” [1]

Google news snapshot May 28, 2017

Feature image of peacock mite is in the public domain

Tuckerella sp.

English: The Peacock mite, a beautiful but important pest on citrus in the tropics, shown here on a tea stem. Magnified 260X (with a low-temp scanning electron microscope). (LTSEM) Plate # 27487. Courtesy, Erbe, Pooley: USDA, ARS, EMU. “All of the micrographs on the web site are in the public domain and can be freely used.” –Christopher Pooley. Reference: English Wikipedia, original upload 23 March 2005 by Brian0918
Français : Tuckerella sp., un acarien attaquant les agrumes. Image obtenue en microscopie électronique à balayage à basse température.

Bees, Muslims, and killer viruses

The overgeneralized view by Trump supporters on immigrants is like the medical community view on viruses and the various parts of the worlds’ views on killer bees. They chant STOP THEM FROM COMING!

So governments, due to the hysteria of the people, makes it illegal for killer bees to enter the Disjointed States.

They spray “Killer bee insecticide that targets only Africanized bees” to protect us like they do with viruses.

Yea, and I can see Russia from my house too.

I saw a bee in my yard. How do i know if it’s an illegal killer bee? How do you know when illegal humans are illegal?

How do I know that virus in my yard attached to that flying needle is Africanized?

I will ask the bee “Do you come from Africa?” and “Are you a Muslim bee virus that’s a killer?”

Funny thing is these Africanized killer bees don’t go around trying to kill people, most of them just look for honey honey.

Sometimes as a swarm they kill people, very rare.

They are good for the crops and apple trees, yet the chants remain, ban all African honey bees that are Muslim.

Here we see a bee flying while carrying something back to the hive. It enters a hole in the hive to get the thing it’s transmitting in there.

Apis Mellifera flying and transmitting stuff. Where does a bee transmit and put things it carries?

Image credit by Muhammad Mahdi Karim ( Facebook Youtube – Own work, GFDL 1.2,

Below is an image of another bee. See if you can figure out which is which. I think the one below is the nice looking one so it must not be evil. What do you mean they look exactly the same?

Makes me wonder, I wonder if HIV could be transmitted from pistol to flower to pistol like mosquito needles get them from HIV positive arms in back yards and transmit them to other arms in other back yards.

Naw not in my back yard! Goes Onto Other People’s Yards (GOOPY).

Killer Bees (1974) – movie description – “A strong-willed woman not only dominates her family of California winegrowers, but also has a strange hold on a colony of bees in her vineyard.”

Killer Bee (KB) is also known as Africanized Honey Bee (AHB) and also known as Apis Mellifera Scutellata (AMS) to the LBGTQWERTY commuinty as well as the scientific community

Killer Bee (KB) is also known as Africanized Honey Bee (AHB) and also known as Apis Mellifera Scutellata (AMS) to the LBGTQWERTY commuinty as well as the scientific community. Image by Jeffrey W. Lotz, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, [CC BY 3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons