I've blogged occasionally about a strange phenomenon: the Sudden Animal Death (SAD) or perhaps Sudden Animal Inexplicable Death (SAID). I became intrigued by these types of stories over a decade ago, when a strange story from Tennessee reported the death of a flock of birds which apparently suddenly all died in mid-air flight, falling to the earth, stone cold dead. I even recall mentioning the incident on one of the late George Ann Hugh's Byte Show episodes, and at the time I speculated that the explanation by have been the use (or test) of a type of electromagnetic technology deliberated designed to interfere with organic electrical processes, which would, indeed, shut down an organism "all at once" - brain function, nerves, heart - every one would suddenly and instantly stop functioning.

The Tennessee story of the SAD bird death was followed by similar stories in Arkansas, and then Idaho. The latter involved a flock of geese which, like the birds in Tennessee, fell dead from the sky while the flock was in flight. That time we were told it was "sudden onset bird flu" due to the presence of certain factors in the pathology. Again, I speculated that it was entirely electromagnetic in nature. With the onset of the Fauci-Lieber-Wuhan virus scamplandemic, I have entertained the speculation that perhaps we were looking at some bio-electromagnetic combinational technology, i.e., a virus that, under certain electromagnetic conditions, could be electromagnetically activated. Granted, it's a strange and certainly "out there" speculation, but it is one suggested by the presence of Dr. Charles Lieber in the center of the story, who was arrested shortly after the covid "outbreak", and who was certainly connected to the laboratory in Wuhan, and who was certainly involved in areas of research connected to my high octane speculation.

Well, Sudden Animal Death may be in the news again, according to this story found by B.H., only this time, it involved elephants - hundreds of them - that appear to have suddenly keeled over, dead, where they stood:

Over 350 Elephants Mysteriously Drop Dead

While it's too early to say if this sad event may qualify as a SAD event in the sense I've been speculated over previous years, there are a few indicators in this story that it may be:

Botswana has one of the Africa’s largest elephant populations, with estimates at about 130,000 in total, according to wildlife experts. Now, however, that number has been reduced because of a mysterious series of deaths — hundreds of elephants, more than 350, have died in the Okavango Delta.

There is no known cause of the deaths yet — not drought, not poaching, experts say, as the tusks of the dead animals were untouched. They simply died where they stood, falling forward and perishing right on the spot in the delta.


Authorities have ruled out anthrax, a disease mammals can contract, but they have yet to get lab results that show whether there has been a large scale poisoning or disease.

Experts, authorities and conservationists alike are apparently mystified, as the elephants seem to simply keel over and die, with no apparent sign of injury or harm. (Emphasis added)

The article continues by noting a backhanded  connection to the covid plansamdemic, and hints that maybe the SAD of elephants might trigger a similar "epidemic:

In a press release issued by the African Wildlife Foundation, which works closely with a variety of countries to stop poaching and preserve species at risk, officials said that samples from the elephants have been shipped to labs in Canada, Zimbabwe and South Africa to try to determine whether an unknown pathogen is at work.

To that end, any of the animals who collapsed near human populations in villages and other communities are now being destroyed, to safeguard against the transfer of germs and bacteria.

Naturally, now that scientists know the coronavirus came from an animal — probably a bat — experts are taking extra precautions to ensure such a thing does not happen again.

Again, while it's too early to say what the cause of these pachyderm deaths is, I cannot help but note that aspects of the story resemble what we've seen before with the SAD deaths of flocks of birds in flight:

(1) The deaths occur within a limited region; and

(2) The deaths appear to be sudden, with birds, and now elephants, apparently dropping suddenly dead while in the course of their normal natural activity.

While the impression created by the article in this case is that the elephants died more or less simultaneously, as in the SAD bird deaths, this point is not entirely clear.

That said, at this stage, I'm willing to entertain the possibility that my speculations about the SAD bird deaths might be applicable here, and that we might be looking at something technological, or bio-technological, such as an electromagnetically activated pathogen. Perhaps we might be seeing blowback of some sort to the use of technologies and their effect on the environment. I don't know. But I'm willing to wager that this event is not simply "some unknown disease", or that it has a merely natural explanation. Hundreds of elephants don't simply keel over dead in their tracks, in the same area, in a short period of time. I'm willing to wager, even before any lab results are in, that there's something very suspicious here.

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Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Miguel Oniga on August 27, 2020 at 9:13 am

    Romain Gary’s The Roots Of Heaven approaches the problem of elephant-killing in more earthly fashion.

  2. Maatkare3114 on August 24, 2020 at 12:56 pm

    I sent you articles about this on 2 July Joseph.

  3. zendogbreath on August 24, 2020 at 12:42 am

    Tactics give away strategies give away goals.

  4. Kevin Ryan on August 23, 2020 at 11:36 pm

    The herd culling idea may suggest the why but not the how. The seemingly sudden onset or collapse has been seen in flocks of birds, indicating an electromagnetic cause. Perhaps elephants in need of culling provided an opportunity for a large mammal trial. So, like FDA testing, we may be done with animal trials and ready to move on to human trials. There is a form of covid that has been called “the fall down one” in which people on the streets drop unexpectedly. Are we seeing a human trial hidden in the middle of this covid event?

  5. zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 2:10 pm

    I am guessing pollution and land grabbing. Probly thru CCP and UN cover. Seems we try to keep these stories separate and sorted while they all seem too related. Blind men touching different parts of the elephant.

  6. Roger on August 22, 2020 at 1:45 pm

    If they are being deliberately culled by outside technocratic entities then the most likely method, based on the way they are dying and lack of non-target species death, is drone delivered neurotoxins of some sort. Possibly delivered in a manner that dissolves or somehow breaks down leaving no trace after a period of time. If it’s strong enough to kill an Elephant tha its strong enough to kill a ….

  7. S Klein on August 22, 2020 at 1:26 pm

    When someone espouses the “zoonotic-disease threat” narrative I usually relay a story by Dr. James Duke, a USDA herbalist, employed to search for medicinal herbs in S. America. He told the story of going on a foray in the deep jungles with several guides. They came upon a dead monkey and her baby which was alive. One of Dr. Dukes guides picked up the baby monkey and put it in his shirt. They continued on their trip. When they returned to the village where the guides lived the man with the baby monkey gave it to his wife. She promptly put the baby monkey to her breast and breastfed it. That monkey was raised on human breast milk.

    So, please don’t tell me humans cannot be exposed to animals as if we have not been exposed to animals for all of human history. The change is bio-warfare being created by the predator class IMHO. The lack of human-animal interaction also creates a dysbiosis in the human gut.

    • zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 8:33 pm

      Evidence of that in studies for years checking gut health of pet owners vs non pet owners. My guess is dogs are better. Before i get the expected backladh, blame toxoplasmids not me.

      • zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 8:37 pm

        Evidence of that in studies for years checking gut health of pet owners vs non pet owners. My guess is dogs are better. Before i get the expected backlash from cat people, blame toxoplasmids not me.

  8. Loxie Lou Davie on August 22, 2020 at 12:43 pm

    CYRUS A. PARSA did a 2 hr. with RedPill78 on Fri. night. We “Normies” have no conception of where this electronic stuff is really going!!(The A.I. Organization.com) His book is “Artificial Intelligence Dangers to Humanity”

    I would guess that when an A.I. takes over a “system”, it does NOT ‘reason’ as an empathetic human being would.
    That is the problem…..how are we to KNOW when humanity has been entirely taken over by A.I.??? Add to that, that some of these “systems” are created by pshychopaths…..so I expect we will see more of this type of thing happening in the future!

    Yes, it seems poor Africa has been a Testing Ground for a great many things & still is today. The Corbett Report has done an excellent expose on Baal Gates!!!

  9. Roger on August 22, 2020 at 12:31 pm

    UN is showing a lack of interest in this. Elephants were getting over populated in some of these regions and there was talk of reopening sport hunting until this started. Likely deliberately being culled and kept under raps. UN wants to do away with hunting so is possibly doing it in a similar way they may be targeting us; on the sly.

  10. Roger on August 22, 2020 at 12:23 pm

    Maybe it’s the China virus, but I suspect the government or some UN body is deliberately culling the herd in order to stop the re-emergence of sport hunting to keep the numbers in check. They were going to allow sport hunting to resume because there were getting to be too many elephants in one region. But then this began to happen. Notice the lack of interest of the UN; who you should expect to send an army of investigators but instead is oddly silent and uninterested.

  11. Richard on August 22, 2020 at 2:29 am

    Necropsies, if they’re done before destruction, could prove a few things about habitat, region exploitation, beastly exploitation for ivory, land management tactics, and a host of other “resourcist” type activities (as David Suzuki might call them). Resourcist being those that exploit the land, air, seas, waterways for profit and plunder with little regard for habitat, life forms, and preservation of terrain. One would certainly want to know more about the ecosystem and its broader implications of misuse. There’s been a few things said about that continent and, especially who’s (nation state usurper) been setting themselves up for controlling interests. They, too, have had their sights on controlling terrain by way of weather influencing but usually by debt entrapment.

    The photo does not show much lush vegetation for a group of elephants much less for tens of thousands of the beast. It almost seems to be a flood plain possibly on a migration path the elephants regularly use. Doubt if diamonds are the only resource seen in the region alongside the tightly controlled Safari-based tourism industry that others might consider a waste of effort. A grim outlook if the sparsely populated region has caught the gluttonous eyes of those seeking its resource wealth for self-serving interests.

    Then again, microbes might have had sufficient time to mutate and jump species. Let’s think, who might have had a past experience with certain microbes over there back when? Could there be a return of population control of another kind for a land grab on a super scale? On the other hand, hard rock mining poses its own toxic dangers if left to spread and contaminate.

    • Waterbug on August 22, 2020 at 5:59 am

      Botswana’s Okavango Delta – Heaven on Earth
      136,259 views • Apr 26, 2020

      Poster’s Comments:
      Michael Lawson 2 months ago
      I hitched Cape Town to Vic Falls 19 times and passed via Okavango about 14 times. It is incredible but unfortunately the Chinese are industrializing the river in Angola and using a lot of the water as well as polluting it heavily . The Okavango will not last long anymore unfortunately. It is getting contaminated and the water flowing in annually will be less and less and more and more contaminated . It is a cross border issue like the one presently between Ethiopia and Egypt concerning the former damming up the Nile .

      Another fascinating fact about that area is that it has a river which joins the Okavango River with the Zambezi River , the only one in the world which flows 6 months one way and 6 months the other way because the 2 rivers get their rain at source at alternative times of the year and the gradient is so low, about 4 foot over its length of about 50 km.


      • Waterbug on August 22, 2020 at 6:02 am

        A different link reports as many as 400 elephants had died since March 2020. https://news.mongabay.com/2020/07/calls-for-swift-action-as-hundreds-of-elephants-die-in-botswanas-okavango-delta/
        As many as 400 elephants have died in Botswana’s Okavango Delta since March, wildlife experts say. Botwsana’s environment ministry registered the first of these unexplained elephant deaths in the Okavango in March, but the discovery of carcasses has accelerated since May.
        Many of the dead elephants have been found near natural watering holes, while some have been found on trails. Some of the animals were found collapsed on their chests, suggesting their death had been fast and sudden.

        Why only elephants reported dead when all wildlife drink water? Their deaths were observed March 2020; it’s now August and these so called expert wildlife jokers still don’t have a clue almost 5 months later what is killing elephants in Northern Botswana Okavango Delta. I don’t buy the silence. What’s being dumped in the water…or perhaps leaking — as the situation during the Obummer Administration crisis at Pine Bluff Arsenal in central Arkansas where a highly poisonous chemical called Phosgene was leaking profusely from a large tanker transport plane.  Apparently on back-to-back days there was enormous spillage killing over 4,000 birds one day and then the next killing more than 100,000 fish in the Arkansas River. Of course even possessing chemical weapons at all was against international law. It apparently had been transported to Iraq for possible use in that war and efforts to remove it from Iraq and bury it underground at the Arkansas arsenal caused over 500 minor earthquakes disturbing the nearby residents in the area.

        • Waterbug on August 22, 2020 at 6:04 am

          So as an irresponsible, deceitfully desperate measure to dispose of the killer toxin, the US was criminally dumping it from Iraq to Afghanistan. The international regulatory agency caught wind of this and Russia’s Putin called US out on its careless endangerment to life forms and habitats. Because Wheeler saw what napalm did to his fellow soldiers and especially Asian victims in Nam, and was strongly opposed to harming more humans and animal life, the man with a conscience went to Washington to confront the higher-ups in both the government and Pentagon, actually threatening to publicly expose the evil US practice of indiscriminate killing of earthly life and habitat. And for this noble, brave and righteous action Jack Wheeler paid the ultimate price when his body was observed falling from a garbage truck at a Wilmington, DE landfill.
          Read More: https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-life-and-death-of-vietnam-war-veteran-jack-wheeler-a-good-man-in-an-evil-world/5441165

      • Richard on August 23, 2020 at 4:11 pm

        Excellent video! It is to the point regarding a self-contained water system, the reliant ecology and zoology dependent on it when it rains, and how it transfers lifeforms, earthen energy, and nutrients as the waters flow their respective ways. Ordinarily one would expect that flowing water ends in the seas. But not there.

        Good point about “cross border” matters that seem to be getting out of control because of resourcism and reckless exploitation.

        I remember why those Elephants get a pale gray appearance. The fine silt that gets transferred by the flowing waters. It begs the question, “What else is in the waters today from across borders?

  12. zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 1:37 am

    Spanish Doctor Destroys Government-Media COVID ‘Crisis’ Narrative

  13. zendogbreath on August 21, 2020 at 11:59 pm

    Perhaps these elephants were made an offer to join NATO – just like those bird in Brussels – the birds that fell out of trees in the boulevard in the apartment complex near NATO headquarters. Might still be able to find the video of the maintenance man walking around with a garbage bag picking up hundreds of dead birds. That was hours after they turned on their 3+2G. And a few hours before turning it off. And a couple days before they postponed activation indefinitely until they could do further safety studies on it.

    Wasn’t it Crimson Mist they used on Rwanda to get Hootoo and Tutsi to go crazy violent? Think it was activated from overflying AWAC’s.

  14. Robert Barricklow on August 21, 2020 at 9:51 pm

    True treasures of the living Earth are her animal kingdoms & plant kingdoms; human beings, unfortunately, are acting like a killer virus in regards to those living treasures. Silent killers; what Arthur Firstenberg refers to as/The Invisible rainbow[man-made electromagnetic waves].
    Your “bio-electromagnic combinational technology” rings true zeroing in on the onset of so many

    • Robert Barricklow on August 21, 2020 at 9:59 pm

      [another presto! post]
      … so many, heretofore civilization diseases, unleashed and magnified by mankind-manipulated electromagnetic forces.
      Your educated guess is on target, an electromagnetic bullseye. Yep, blame it on the bossa nova of these tyrannical times: covid1984. Setting up the coming 5G human deaths as covid1984.

      • zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 12:56 am

        Found a couple articles on airgig today. 3+2G on the electrical grid. rfk2 has a choice words about it. I first read about it in Red Herring when inqtel was incubating.

        About the killer virus you say humans are acting like? Not sure I agree with the idea of germ theory enough to see that metaphor work. I also take issue with calling the entities responsible for the steady exploitation and destruction of all life forms on this planet – human.

        • Robert Barricklow on August 22, 2020 at 11:28 am

          I’m in your debt for bringing that up. Oops, another banker term that’s infected the language. It’s disgusting the ways in which language has been usurped..

          Your right.

          Most of the time I’m trying to get a concept across on the page[so to speak].
          The best example of this language use is Dr. Farrell’s: The United States are …
          Not, the U.S. is …

  15. Pierre on August 21, 2020 at 8:26 pm

    If only the surviving elephants could organise a trunk call SOS.

  16. Sandygirl on August 21, 2020 at 8:26 pm

    Did they ever figure out why so many whales beached themselves? They also experimented on Dolphins and other water animals. They have no respect for life or for our beautiful planet.

    • zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 12:51 am

      US Navy ran and probably runs massive sonar experiments.

    • S Klein on August 22, 2020 at 1:28 pm

      This whole affair reminds me of the Lilly wave.

  17. ats on August 21, 2020 at 1:05 pm

    If the ground was wet, it could have been a dry lightning strike. Was reading up on weird caribou deaths up in Alaska and that seemed like the most plausible explanation. If the ground was dry, it can’t be lightning, so way for the electricity to conduct on the surface to affect all the elephants.

    • zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 12:39 am

      Interesting. Given latest covert weapons we have seen employed in Cali and Oz the last couple years, lightning strike seems less likely to be natural and more likely to ne the tool of choice.

  18. Kreg Hines on August 21, 2020 at 12:34 pm

    Lets not forget about the numerous stories about whales beaching themselves for no apparent reason.

  19. Maison on August 21, 2020 at 11:48 am

    Definitely suspicious.

    My first thought is that media reports could be setting up the public to accept animals as the origin of the next outbreak, which would provide the justification to kill the real meat industry and make way for the fake stuff. And when those farmers go under, I guess the land grab will be an extra bonus for the elite.

    I’ve also wondered when they would make it illegal for homesteaders to have chickens, goats etc. Making animals carriers of deadly viruses would be the perfect way to justify passing laws limiting or banning ownership and get the public to turn on homesteaders. Heck, I’m sure they would even want to prevent us from having our household pets too!

    As for how this is happening, I’d love to know if there are any geographical patterns in these cluster deaths which could point to some technology from passing satellite.

    • Kaibosch on August 21, 2020 at 12:29 pm

      A youtuber claims that the ptb intend to start rationing out grams of carbohydrate and grams of insect protein further down the line once the meat industry has been destroyed…

      • zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 12:36 am

        Ice age farmer on youtube is brilliant.

  20. anakephalaiosis on August 21, 2020 at 11:46 am


    Pope Nero-Caligula, head of corporation,
    has surplus cattle for liquidation,
    that must crawl on knees
    emperor to please,
    or face death, by forced conversion.


    • zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 12:31 am

      Similar to Ireland?

      • zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 12:34 am


  21. WalkingDead on August 21, 2020 at 10:02 am

    If I am not mistaken, Tom Bearden mentioned this type of technology years ago. It was something the Russians (of course) were working on at the time. At the time, scalar EM weaponry was in its infancy and was looked at with skepticism by the West which has had to play catch up rather quickly.
    It would be developed as compartmentalized, “proprietary” technology via private corporations with “national security” blackouts on any patents and placed in the hands of the intelligence agencies and military.
    No chance of any nefarious uses there. Right?
    You would test it in remote areas on animal populations to advertise you had it while blaming it on anything else and denying its existence as “conspiracy theory”.
    Tesla was correct when he decided not to give this technology to the governments of the world.

    • justawhoaman on August 21, 2020 at 11:51 am

      Considering that Edison used an elephant to illustrate the effects of electricity, I hardly find this an impossible correlation.

      • Robert Barricklow on August 21, 2020 at 10:18 pm

        Yes! Showbiz Edison electrocuted an elephant on Coney Island 1903; just one species of many he torched for show[and science, of course].
        No wonder he’s so revered!

        • Joseph P. Farrell on August 21, 2020 at 11:35 pm

          I remember hearing about this years ago… was that man completely bonkers, and so sold out to the Cartesian nonsense about animals that he couldn’t recognize the animal intelligence behind those pachyderm eyes? Recalling that episode saddens me.

  22. Kaibosch on August 21, 2020 at 7:49 am

    The clue to this maybe – ‘any of the animals who collapsed near human populations in villages and other communities are now being destroyed’. Deliberate clearing of the land around these villages for creation of some kind of ‘smart’ villages or other infrastructure? Much like the deliberate burning of the Australian bush in the areas where new multi-million transport infrastructure linking proposed smart cities has since been given the go-ahead…?

    • goshawks on August 21, 2020 at 3:20 pm

      Your comment brought up a thought: the “any of the animals who collapsed near human populations in villages and other communities are now being destroyed” could be removal of evidence. (Think of the 9/11 steel being ‘sold off’ to Chinese smelters before the ground was cool.) If these deaths were any ‘testing’, the spreading of “transfer of germs and bacteria” rumors could be a good cover story…

      • Robert Barricklow on August 21, 2020 at 10:23 pm

        SOP for these kind of operations.
        Could go in either direction; a cover-up of virus as something else; or, an electromagnetic hi, where virus is the patsy.

        • Robert Barricklow on August 21, 2020 at 10:25 pm

          hi = hit
          [god damn typewriter!]
          … it’s never me;)

    • HD on August 21, 2020 at 10:04 pm

      Perhaps you could refer us to information that supports your assertions of “…deliberate burning of Australian bush….”, “…multi-million transport infrastructure…” and “…proposed smart cities…”?

      On the face of it, the parts of NSW and Victoria burned as they are some of the remaining areas that have not been deforested since 1788. I’m amused at the suggestion that it could possibly make any sense building anything in these areas that burned about eight months back. These areas on given cost benefit analysis make use of these lands even for farming and/or grazing cost prohibitive.

      • zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 12:21 am

        HD, are you down under? Are you familiar with the river dammed to provide water for giant corp cotton farms?

        • HD on August 22, 2020 at 7:03 am

          zendogbreath. Yes and sort of(?). It is unclear which parts of which river systems and which giant cotton farms that you are referring to.

          • Polyglot on August 22, 2020 at 11:11 am

            Crowhouse host = Max Igan

        • Polyglot on August 22, 2020 at 10:09 am

          Over the course of a few days (when the fires were still raging) the Crowhouse host (deleted YouTube channel) provided in-depth reports which said there was plenty of water available, but the Aussie government sold the rights to foreign interests (connected to Chinese investors). I didn’t download the videos.

          • zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 6:40 pm

            Max can still be found on bit chute. Go thru dogpile.com tho. Google is funny sometimes eh?

          • zendogbreath on August 22, 2020 at 6:41 pm

            Funny how ccp googling gets for looking up basic facts now.

          • HD on August 22, 2020 at 11:35 pm

            Well, having had a watch of some of Max’s material dating to December 2019, I do not see how what he presents has much of a causal connection to the 2019-2020 bushfires. No more causal than of course human modification of water and hydrological systems/networks and the management thereof relevant to human habitation and agriculture rarely take into account natural biogeochemical cycling on a local, regional or global level.

            Nobody will disagree that the management and regulation of water resources on Australia’s eastern coast over the course of decades, since the 1950’s leaves a lot to be desired. That there is significant investment in agribusiness from non Australian sources. The investment structures can be quite complex like the spectrum of shareholders of any listed company. It’s a bit simplistic, er…very creative to link business ownership of property whose’ title comes with water allocations to foreign powers/ transnational entities conspiring to cause bushfires by denying water to the environment(?)

            The imagery presented by Max ( and others) of a diagram of Australia covered in icons that alleges to represens fires in December 2019, was/is, politely put, not remotely accurate. For example the northern parts of Australia that are “on fire” in these diagrams are in the tropical and semi-tropical regions at that time- i.e. wet season. My house apparently was in the middle of some fire as well, which I did not notice. The neighbours didn’t either.

            I think a weakness that can be commonly found in the critical evaluation of well-meaning people such as Max relate to scale and complexity. In this specific case and the example of cotton production in northern New South Wales and new private dams in general. All the water that ends up in those is largely not connected the bits of the East and south continental coasts that burned. The parts that burned are up-hill and up river. The water Max is talking about has to flow from the north of and western side of the great dividing (mountain) range to get to the damns he has highlighted. Which are not in areas that were affected by these fires.

          • zendogbreath on August 24, 2020 at 10:02 am

            Maybe there is nothing to see here and to just move along.


            Maybe not. What are consequences of being wrong in each direction?

          • zendogbreath on August 24, 2020 at 10:18 am

          • HD on August 25, 2020 at 10:35 pm

            zendogbreath. RE: your post with the link https://www.michaelwest.com.au/big-cotton-eyes-off-the-wild-rivers-of-northern-australia/

            As I wrote in my previous post there are significant, long term issues with water resource management in Australia. Particularly the in the south eastern part of the continent. I did not refer at all to the disastrous consequences of water over allocation to irrigators and the repeated failure of state and federal governments to put in place a framework with allows for sustainable production. The 2019-2020 fires aren’t one of them.

            I also made clear that the significant foreign investment in Australian agribusiness is common knowledge. Which in itself is an issue that multiplies the problems generated by poorly designed water policy not based on science, rather the desires of lobby groups with the most money and politicians afraid to be seen as obstructing economic growth. Businesses tend to be run to solely benefit shareholders/ controlling entities indifferent to the welfare and sustainability of local communities.

            As per the Western Australian Ord River situation and other proposed schemes in the Northern Territory. There is a history of financially catastrophic failures both in terms of taxpayer and private ventures dating back to the 1960’s. Usually failure to correctly model variation in river/ estuarine flows given wet season cyclic variation in recharge. There is a long history in Australia of pension/ superannuation funds, both local and international using farming and forestry schemes that present either as of dubious merit and/or no prospect of medium or long term returns for investors. Probably many of these ventures were/are more about fraud and tax evasion, pretty much Ponzi schemes or dreamt up by finance people with no idea of how agriculture works and it’s reliance on the health and function of larger environmental/ climactic systems.

            Given Chinese investment in Australia, well, there’s actually as a proportion a much larger investment by US and UK based corporations and interests. Harvard University for example has quite a significant land acquisition arrangement relating to large scale cotton production, in the areas of NSW that have been subject to long term water mismanagement. The NYPD pension fund is another example that invests heavily in the wine industry.

            I also get the impression from the material referred to by other contributors that there seems an appreciation lacking of the scale of irrigated cotton production in Australia. 10,ooo hectares is fairly mid range as the size of a cotton operation. The proposed schemes in North and Western Australia are quite tiny as they go.

  23. FiatLux on August 21, 2020 at 7:32 am

    Yep, I think it fits the birds-falling-from-the-sky pattern. Is there any known disease that can cause a whole troupe of animals to suddenly fall over dead?? I’m not buying “bird flu” or COVID or whatever other nonsense they’ll throw at us.

    I’d also be watching for the PTB to start using incidents like this push the “zoonotic-disease threat” narrative, which I’m pretty sure is coming down the pike, in connection with Agenda 20-whatever. You know: Can’t have humans living near animals–all those nasty viruses that could jump from animals to humans, causing the next global pandemic . . . Today, it’s forcibly removing people from their homes in cities because they test positive for a coronavirus; tomorrow, it’s expropriating rural folks and moving them to urban concentration camps “for their own protection and public health.”

  24. Bizantura on August 21, 2020 at 7:26 am

    CAF on / off switch in action on test subjects?

    • Robert Barricklow on August 21, 2020 at 10:27 pm

      Interesting angle.
      Loved it!

  25. DanaThomas on August 21, 2020 at 6:13 am

    This happened conveniently in an area where – presumably anyway – the investigators are not ordinarily equipped with pocket EMF meters not to mention Geiger counters.

  26. Melodi on August 21, 2020 at 5:12 am

    Working on something that affects the brain perhaps? Since we know that elephants have language, mourn their dead and may have personal names for each other (that last one is still being studied) I have to wonder if a weapon or other technology was being “tested” a bit too near them, one that would affect the brains of higher “thinking” beings that we share the planet with?

    I suspect the elephants were “collateral damage” because even a sudden disease shouldn’t have them all dying at once.

    Finally, elephants communicate mostly on the sub-sonic frequencies so something that interfered with that or amped things up too high might have killed them.

    I hope the researchers are looking for bleeding in the ears, brain, eyes, etc – shades of Cuba and the mystery sounds at the embassy.

    • Kaibosch on August 21, 2020 at 7:28 am

      Bingo. Africa is always the Gates syndicate’s testing ground for germs, new bio-tech, “vaccines” and psycho warfare toys. Utterly repulsive. This is the elite club that pretends to gives 2 sh*** for the planet and its wildlife. The faux ‘golly-gee expertists are baffled/lets pretend we dont know what going on here’ stance of the fake news media is also getting really very tiresome…

    • Joseph P. Farrell on August 21, 2020 at 11:40 pm

      I had not heard this personal names matter… email me a link to some things if you have the time… I’m very intrigued by the idea.

    • zendogbreath on August 21, 2020 at 11:53 pm

      Heard about dolphins having names about 10 years ago. In terms of brain development, dolphins might be more developed than humans. Had not heard that one on elephants. Any links to it are appreciated.

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