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Apocalyptic footage shows huge swarm of locusts turning sky black - 'No tree survived'

 
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"From January to August, massive desert locust swarms swept across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, ravaging crops and decimating pasture in the worst outbreak in decades. Governments, supported by U.N. agencies and international charities, responded with large-scale aerial and ground spraying of pesticides to destroy the swarms, which scientists have linked to climate change.

But widespread rains in Ethiopia and flooding caused by a cyclone in Somalia last month have created favourable breeding conditions, allowing locust infestations to increase, said the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

"We have achieved much, but the battle against this relentless pest is not yet over," said FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu in a statement.

"We must not waver. Locusts keep growing day and night and risks are exacerbating food insecurity for vulnerable families across the affected region."

Locust swarms are already forming in Somalia and Ethiopia and threaten to re-invade northern Kenya, while breeding is also underway on both sides of the Red Sea, posing a new threat to Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen, said the FAO."

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"From January to August, massive desert locust swarms swept across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, ravaging crops and decimating pasture in the worst outbreak in decades. Governments, supported by U.N. agencies and international charities, responded with large-scale aerial and ground spraying of pesticides to destroy the swarms, which scientists have linked to climate change.

But widespread rains in Ethiopia and flooding caused by a cyclone in Somalia last month have created favourable breeding conditions, allowing locust infestations to increase, said the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

"We have achieved much, but the battle against this relentless pest is not yet over," said FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu in a statement.

"We must not waver. Locusts keep growing day and night and risks are exacerbating food insecurity for vulnerable families across the affected region."

Locust swarms are already forming in Somalia and Ethiopia and threaten to re-invade northern Kenya, while breeding is also underway on both sides of the Red Sea, posing a new threat to Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen, said the FAO."

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ZOG is going bye bye!
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"From January to August, massive desert locust swarms swept across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, ravaging crops and decimating pasture in the worst outbreak in decades. Governments, supported by U.N. agencies and international charities, responded with large-scale aerial and ground spraying of pesticides to destroy the swarms, which scientists have linked to climate change.

But widespread rains in Ethiopia and flooding caused by a cyclone in Somalia last month have created favourable breeding conditions, allowing locust infestations to increase, said the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

"We have achieved much, but the battle against this relentless pest is not yet over," said FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu in a statement.

"We must not waver. Locusts keep growing day and night and risks are exacerbating food insecurity for vulnerable families across the affected region."

Locust swarms are already forming in Somalia and Ethiopia and threaten to re-invade northern Kenya, while breeding is also underway on both sides of the Red Sea, posing a new threat to Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen, said the FAO."

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end times for middle east and africa
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I never understood why they done just get some flame throwers or a net with small holes and have at it. eat what's caught. everyone wins..

hell.. if they can eat mosquito burgers.. they can make something out of locusts.
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It just isnt the Apocalypse until the 'holy cities' are covered in LOcUsts
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"From January to August, massive desert locust swarms swept across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, ravaging crops and decimating pasture in the worst outbreak in decades. Governments, supported by U.N. agencies and international charities, responded with large-scale aerial and ground spraying of pesticides to destroy the swarms, which scientists have linked to climate change.

But widespread rains in Ethiopia and flooding caused by a cyclone in Somalia last month have created favourable breeding conditions, allowing locust infestations to increase, said the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

"We have achieved much, but the battle against this relentless pest is not yet over," said FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu in a statement.

"We must not waver. Locusts keep growing day and night and risks are exacerbating food insecurity for vulnerable families across the affected region."

Locust swarms are already forming in Somalia and Ethiopia and threaten to re-invade northern Kenya, while breeding is also underway on both sides of the Red Sea, posing a new threat to Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen, said the FAO."

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Locusts in Mecca in December 2020? It Must Christmas Day again.
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"From January to August, massive desert locust swarms swept across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, ravaging crops and decimating pasture in the worst outbreak in decades. Governments, supported by U.N. agencies and international charities, responded with large-scale aerial and ground spraying of pesticides to destroy the swarms, which scientists have linked to climate change.

But widespread rains in Ethiopia and flooding caused by a cyclone in Somalia last month have created favourable breeding conditions, allowing locust infestations to increase, said the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

"We have achieved much, but the battle against this relentless pest is not yet over," said FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu in a statement.

"We must not waver. Locusts keep growing day and night and risks are exacerbating food insecurity for vulnerable families across the affected region."

Locust swarms are already forming in Somalia and Ethiopia and threaten to re-invade northern Kenya, while breeding is also underway on both sides of the Red Sea, posing a new threat to Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen, said the FAO."

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clappa means final prophecy has occurred
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"From January to August, massive desert locust swarms swept across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, ravaging crops and decimating pasture in the worst outbreak in decades. Governments, supported by U.N. agencies and international charities, responded with large-scale aerial and ground spraying of pesticides to destroy the swarms, which scientists have linked to climate change.

But widespread rains in Ethiopia and flooding caused by a cyclone in Somalia last month have created favourable breeding conditions, allowing locust infestations to increase, said the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

"We have achieved much, but the battle against this relentless pest is not yet over," said FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu in a statement.

"We must not waver. Locusts keep growing day and night and risks are exacerbating food insecurity for vulnerable families across the affected region."

Locust swarms are already forming in Somalia and Ethiopia and threaten to re-invade northern Kenya, while breeding is also underway on both sides of the Red Sea, posing a new threat to Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen, said the FAO."

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Its the Apocalypse, Stupid! sheeplebah
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"From January to August, massive desert locust swarms swept across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, ravaging crops and decimating pasture in the worst outbreak in decades. Governments, supported by U.N. agencies and international charities, responded with large-scale aerial and ground spraying of pesticides to destroy the swarms, which scientists have linked to climate change.

But widespread rains in Ethiopia and flooding caused by a cyclone in Somalia last month have created favourable breeding conditions, allowing locust infestations to increase, said the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

"We have achieved much, but the battle against this relentless pest is not yet over," said FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu in a statement.

"We must not waver. Locusts keep growing day and night and risks are exacerbating food insecurity for vulnerable families across the affected region."

Locust swarms are already forming in Somalia and Ethiopia and threaten to re-invade northern Kenya, while breeding is also underway on both sides of the Red Sea, posing a new threat to Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen, said the FAO."

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wtf
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"From January to August, massive desert locust swarms swept across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, ravaging crops and decimating pasture in the worst outbreak in decades. Governments, supported by U.N. agencies and international charities, responded with large-scale aerial and ground spraying of pesticides to destroy the swarms, which scientists have linked to climate change.

But widespread rains in Ethiopia and flooding caused by a cyclone in Somalia last month have created favourable breeding conditions, allowing locust infestations to increase, said the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

"We have achieved much, but the battle against this relentless pest is not yet over," said FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu in a statement.

"We must not waver. Locusts keep growing day and night and risks are exacerbating food insecurity for vulnerable families across the affected region."

Locust swarms are already forming in Somalia and Ethiopia and threaten to re-invade northern Kenya, while breeding is also underway on both sides of the Red Sea, posing a new threat to Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen, said the FAO."

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INTO the Apocalypse
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Face the Music 2020 [link to end-times-prophecy.org] explosion
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THE RECKONING
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They could just flame throw trillions of them and decimate the whole swarm. Or one moab
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Or they could eat them, they're a great source of protein!

Yum!
https://imgur.com/ZwnDXBb

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I don't know if I could do that raw.

But they don't look so bad cooked and the nose knows.
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the most important thing is how do you feel after eating them?

fact is they are more nutritious than grains, fruits, vegetables etc. they are more nutritious than meat.

because they have eyes, lungs, heart, brains you are getting total complete nutrition like an egg or something only better.
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spraying them with pesticides is such a disaster

now every creature that eats them will be poisoned

just harvest them and preserve them for cattle/pig/sheep feed. fish obviously love them, you could feed entire planet with the fish grown on locusts if you just use modern preservation techniques. vaccuum sealing.

just put a few million in a big bag , with a little preservative to kill parasites and germs, vaccuum seal it.

feed it to farm salmon.

such a disaster to spray pesticides.
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I would get a couple empty b-52 flying fortresses.

rig up giant nets between them, like four planes holding four corners.

then on the surface right in front of airplanes, i would ignore fuel air bombs , air bursts too high to damage crops or wildlife or vegetation

just enough to produce big air blast and stir them up into the air in swarms


then the big ass nets would just scoop up billions of them, like fishing nets with a big scoop end til you got tens of thousands of pounds of them then just fly them out about 10 miles off the coast and dump them in the ocean.

they are too far out to fly back now and will just fall into the water where about 1000 different types of fish will gourge on them.


they can even use technology to locate giant swarms/schools of fish, and dump the grasshoppers right on the fish swarms.

preferable Tuna swarms or commercial fish.

this would replenish ocean fish stocks.
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Sky turned black for 3 days
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Give everyone shotguns with bird shot - tell them to shoot straight up in the air - problem solved. They could build pump shotguns for less than 100 bucks a gun. Shells can be manufactured for less than a quarter a shell. Time to push back and take problems into our own hands. Import some of those hornets that lay eggs in the shells of locusts.
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