You know it isn’t often that a spark of love comes our way from the good old Madison Avenue crew. This one is white hot. August has always been good to me as I am a gardener in case you didn’t know. This year the horn of plenty came through again as it has been a rather mild summer in some respects and one that has been literally hotter than hell in others.

The summer of 2013 really heated up with some shocking revelations we put out right here in our own backyard. So all this business of, let’s just say, fertilization and the plants version, pollination have something radically in common with our efforts to expose the largest radiation experiment on children that the world has ever seen and it has gotten me just a little, let’s just say, hot under the collar with all of the glossy, high priced obfuscation and disinformation.

I love to read. I read all kinds of books, blogs, newspapers, labels, stock charts, ingredient lists, lyrics, screenplays, and even magazines. As it never fails, I just happened to stumble across quite an anomaly last week during my perusal of a magazine rack at my local library. Time magazine with back to back issues really caught my eye something fierce to say the least.

So let’s get to the meat and potatoes shall we. As parents, we all want to someday become grandparents. Here is where it gets interesting.  As an avid gardener, I want my satsuma plum tree to be pollinated by my santa rosa plum and bees do the job. For the grapes, I can let the wind take care of my concord, norton, niabell, and my zinfandel but the citrus like the mandarins and the valencias, they need the bees too. For Joe Imbriano to become a grandpa someday, my kids need the birds and the bees. So why all the fuss, and what’s the tie in to the wireless classroom issue?

Madison Avenue is at it again turning out a piece like the recent issue of Time Magazine where I believe they are really trying to improve the eugenicists’ closing ratios by touting “The Childfree Life” as the new way to fly. Granted kids are tough but hey, as we were, so shall they be. Heck, it’s a good thing this article came out long after I was born:,16641,20130812,00.html

It really got me thinking that with all of the impacts to human fertility that all this wireless radiation is having on us, I just wonder what the heck it is doing to my favorite berries and plums, I mean no bees, no berries, no plums. When was the last time you had a ripe one right off of the tree with the sheen unblemished?  Money cannot buy that taste in the store because they come in from far, far away, picked green, gassed with ethylene and they trick you with the deceptive color and wax job only to later disappoint you with that horrid flavor. The best things in life are still free. I digress.

So anyway, what is going on with the bees? Inquiring minds want to know and as it turns out, I believe that Time Magazine in their infinite wisdom wants you to know what they want you to know : “A World Without Bees”,16641,20130819,00.html. So let me get this straight. First a world without children and then a world without bees.  This couldn’t possibly have anything to do with all of these microwave towers and rooftop arrays that are popping like whorehouses in the old  mining towns now could it? What about all the tablets, phones, monitors, and the like.Well, actually, I believe that it does. Is the same microwave exposure mechanism at work in the bees as in Autism? I believe that their antennae arrays are no match for the resonance effects of these pulse modulated wireless microwave radiation emissions. I also believe that by the interaction of wireless microwave radiation emissions which directly decrease the opening frequency of nicotinic acetylcholine (ACh) receptor ion channels in the bees, thereby exponentially increasing the neurotoxicity of the most widely utilized class of pesticides in the world, the Neonicotinoid neuro-active insecticides, they are not only getting resonance induced disorientation but they are also being poisoned. This renders the bees immunocompromised and as a result, they eventually succumb to what would otherwise be non lethal pathogenic exposures and die en masse.

Tonight at Acacia elementary, we got the pitch for the classroom microwave transmitters by the teacher while the principal and one of the FSD honchos in the audience looked onto what appeared to be some pitch by a rookie reading from an old MLM script from my old soap selling days. Just like back them, not everyone’s buyin’ it.

You know, like Autism, they blame genes and everything else except for the obvious, like infertility they blame genes and everything else but the obvious, like atrial fibrillation, they blame a $2000 a month heart and blood pressure pill deficiency and ignore the obvious. For all of this chronic inflamation, they blame osteo this or rheumatoid that instead of the obvious EMF exposure and its elevated copper level signature. Why not? It is good for business at least according to the allopaths. They don’t want to hear any of this much like the school district officials.

So now the bees, yes the bees. So the experts, the gift that keeps on giving, blame pests and pesticides that have been around for eons and everything else but the obvious?  What is the obvious? Microwave wireless radiation? Of course. Have you hugged a tower lately?  So why does the wireless industry get to bring the microwave levels up a few trillion times higher than they were 50 years ago everywhere even in the children’s classrooms with the blessing of the FCC?  This inquiring mind wants your inquiring minds to know that quite possibly what is hidden in plain view is nothing more than a pathetic sales pitch for the childless life as a result of the end of the birds and the bees.

They make it sound like a choice and I am here to tell you that I believe that unless you all wake up, that choice is being made for your children as well as for the little things that buzz around that we take for granted and will not survive without. The bees are the canary in the coal mine. Folks if these wireless emissions do what I suspect they do, that is to, in my opinion, damage the female eggs, and the male sperm, then maybe a world without bees will be just fine because it will also be a world without people.

Why does it always appear that Madison Avenue has to always hide it in plain view, put a spin on it, give the guilty a pass, and the gullible the shaft? I believe it is just so folks like you and I who can still see the forest for the trees, will stay on our toes, remain on our game and do what our parents did; immigrate across oceans, work long hours, struggle against all odds, just for you and I to have a chance and our kids to have a chance for a turn at the oldest game in the world: The birds and the bees. ‘

For their sake and our children’s sake, let’s keep this alive and say no. Wires are not that bad ladies and gentleman. Towers, routers, and wireless access points being installed everywhere behind our backs, including our children’s classrooms, our workplaces, and even in our bedrooms, while they tell us that it is all safe is no way to ensure that what makes the world go round will keep it spinning. May God open our eyes and have mercy on us for what we are doing to His plan for His wonderful creation and it’s magical way of keeping it all going: The birds and the bees.  TIME, yes it is time folks, it is time to not let it end.

  1. #1 by first on August 23, 2013 - 2:32 pm

    Wow Joe.

    • #2 by amateur night on August 24, 2013 - 9:19 am

      Ya’ think that just maybe these cats are just not into the birds and the bees.

  2. #3 by Nectarines? on August 23, 2013 - 5:14 pm

    The nectarine tree in my backyard stopped producing fruit 5 years ago. Until then, there were so many fruit that we could not keep up with them.
    Explaining this to a friend in Michigan and who once raised bees, she asked if the bee die off could have caused the tree to stop producing. I had never thought of that before . . .
    Things are falling away from us, some of which we need to survive. Some of us are busy making a living, providing for our family, or plain too preoccupied with meaningless pursuits to realize that our food sources could be gone. What then? What meaning will anything have if we can’t survive?

    • #4 by Joe Imbriano on August 24, 2013 - 10:12 am

      ….and some of those that have had information and dire health warnings handed to them on a silver platter and jammed down their throats at symposiums, board and council meetings and still willingly choose to look the other way.

      They continue to tightly clutch their paltry salaries, their petty temporary status, their empty accolades, their fake fair weather friend relationships, and their insincere patronage from the equally insincere followers as they continue to ditch their late night dates with their consciences.

      When will people ever realize that you cannot eat money?

  3. #5 by Anonymous on August 24, 2013 - 4:26 am

    The conclusions drawn in this article are not supported scientifically. I too agree with the author that perhaps, like the other curses on our modern society, the causes are being intentionally overlooked. I certainly would like to see some research on what the author is alleging. From my studies, it just simply isn’t out there.

    One is left to draw on his or her own conclusions. Mr. Imbriano, while you may not be able to prove what you allege, you are certainly to be recognized for calling attention to the largest potential two pronged threat to human existence in history: wireless radiation’s effects on human fertility an its threat to the world’s food supply. Where are our leaders at a time such as this?

    • #6 by amateur night on August 24, 2013 - 11:21 am

      They are all in on it.

    • #7 by Anonymous on August 26, 2013 - 8:22 am

      This is beginning to sound really scary.

  4. #8 by amateur night on August 25, 2013 - 8:46 am

    Dystopia is their utopia. The circus is coming to town. Tickets anyone?

    • #9 by Anonymous on August 25, 2013 - 6:18 pm

      What is this running man?

  5. #10 by Anonymous on August 25, 2013 - 10:19 am

    Preventable Autism, unnecessary bee die offs, secret sterilization programs… What is the next topic that you are going to tackle Joe?

    • #11 by Joe Imbriano on August 25, 2013 - 11:05 pm

      Why reporters cars keep getting blown up.

    • #12 by Anonymous on August 26, 2013 - 10:06 am

      You guys are really losin it.

  6. #13 by Anonymous on August 25, 2013 - 3:11 pm

    Nothing ever makes sense in the news anymore. The more I read here, the more it all makes sense. Things are definitely not as they appear. Diversions are just everywhere. Assuming that this is all true, where do we go from here?

  7. #14 by Sue the FCC? on August 25, 2013 - 6:15 pm

    In a “show of concern,” the Environmental Protection Agency sent three representatives to the San Joaquin Valley in California for discussions. A coalition of beekeepers, environmental and consumer groups sued the EPA last week for its failure to protect bees from harmful pesticides.


    So, if the EPA can be sued for failure to protect the bees, how about the FCC being sued for failure to protect the humans?

    • #15 by Joe Imbriano on August 25, 2013 - 11:07 pm

      Here is how it works. The pesticide manufacturer conducts studies with their products. They expose the bees to the products in the absence of these pulse modulated microwave emissions. They pass and get a pass. See how easy that was. Next please.

      • #16 by Sue the FCC? on August 26, 2013 - 6:40 am

        If your hypothesis holds true, in the EPA case they are going after a red herring, pesticides.
        A case against the FCC would be based on harmful wireless radiation effects to humans due to their negligent laws–17 year old guidelines that ignore non-thermal biological effects.

        • #17 by tooth fairy on August 26, 2013 - 11:01 am

          Non thermal effects do not exist-trust me because neither do I.

  8. #18 by Veritas on August 27, 2013 - 8:48 pm

    Cree Indian proverb, ” Only when the last tree has died, and the last river has been poisoned, and the last fish has been caught, will we realize we cannot eat money.”

  9. #19 by mom from Mass on August 28, 2013 - 3:42 pm

    This is truly horrifying.

  10. #20 by Andres on September 3, 2013 - 6:16 am

    Mr. Imbriano, are you saying that impacting human fertility is the goal of all of this?

  11. #21 by Anonymous on September 3, 2013 - 8:45 am

    If this is true, then how could this connection never have been made by all of the researchers actively involved in investigating these bee die offs?

    • #22 by mom1 on September 21, 2013 - 10:57 am

      Good question. Does the same apply to autism, ADHD, infertility, Alzheimer’s, etc?

  12. #23 by amateur night on September 3, 2013 - 10:41 am

    Looks like the telecom and tech giants are gettin’ caught with their britches down on this one or is that their M.O.?

  13. #24 by EMF Affects Bees on September 19, 2013 - 6:24 am

    Important new study on bees:


    A careful new study from Switzerland by Daniel Favre, published online April 13, 2011, demonstrates the effects of cell phones on honeybees.

    More than 80 sound recordings were taken from 5 different hives during February through June 2009. A cell phone was place in the hives near the bees. When the cell phone was off, or on standby mode, the bees were not disturbed. When the cell phone was turned on, the effect was dramatic: within 25 to 40 minutes the sounds made by the bees increased in intensity and frequency, producing the “worker piping signal.” If the cell phone was turned off immediately, the bees calmed down within 2 or 3 minutes. If the cell phone was left on for 20 hours and then turned off, the piping signal continued for up to 12 hours more. The effect was consistent and repeatable.

    Worker piping is usually produced by bees preparing to leave the hive in a swarm.

    The author refers to another study recently done in India. In that study, when a mobile phone was kept continuously on near a beehive it resulted in collapse of the colony in 5 to 10 days, with the worker bees failing to return home.


    Ved Parkash Sharma and Neelima R. Kumar.


    2007 A Brochure Series authored by Ulrich Warnke, internationally renowned bioscientist at Saarland University 1.5MB


  14. #25 by Angie B on September 21, 2013 - 7:46 am

  15. #26 by Anonymous on October 23, 2013 - 7:17 pm

    Mr. Imbriano, you are truly a wonderfull and gifted human being. May God truly bless you and your work.

  16. #27 by Anonymous on October 30, 2013 - 5:08 am

    I have to admit this makes sense. There is no doubt that there is some sort of an agenda at work in every aspect of society. People have just been so dulled and dumbed down that their peripheral vision has been destroyed.

    For years I have subscribed to the CFR’s Foreign Affairs. These people are out in the open. A recent Bloomberg Businessweek from a month ago had a list of some Titans in the business world and you have to wonder what and why their specific forms of philanthropy are what they are. Aside from this being a bit smarmy, which is probably necessary at times, I think you are right on.

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