The Intel Hub
By Shepard Ambellas and Alex Thomas
Feb. 12, 2011
Dead birds have continued to turn up throughout the country.
The cause? No one knows and the corporate media has done its best to pretend that these occurrences are normal and actually happen all the time.
Yet most controlled media explanations have been irrational and odd to say the least.
Here are what a few reports had to say:
“LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) – The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is trying to figure out what killed about 200 birds in south Lake Charles.
KPLC-TV reports that about 100 birds were found Thursday morning in each of 2 locations, a mile apart.
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries biologist Kori Legleu says the birds are tree swallows – birds that are common in southwest Louisiana, and travel in tight flocks.
She says they probably were flying erratically and may have hit passing vehicles.”
In Franklin residents were apparently warned with a cryptic message before the USDA supposedly poisoned hundreds of birds. Was this a cover up and connected to the multiple other bird kills in the United States and around the world?
“It’s bad enough that Franklin residents were finding hundreds of dead birds on their lawns this past weekend.
But it might have been nice if they had at least been alerted ahead of time to what was happening, and why. – MyCentralJesey.com”
Birds have been seen following from the sky in Columbia County and once again they were apparently poisoned by government officials. This seems like an easy way to cover up something ten times more startling.
“By PATRICIA DOXSEY
“I could see them lying in the branches of the trees where there wasn’t a clear fall to the ground,” Fuchs said.”
“KINDERHOOK — Marcia Fuchs was waiting at her son’s bus stop Wednesday afternoon when a bird fell from the sky. After a few feeble attempts to fly, she said, the bird died.”
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