Giant Hornet, Locust Invasion, Insect Decline, Signs of End Times?

Bees population is threatened by locust invasion and giant hornets, as other insect population declines

When Coronavirus began spreading in December 2019, an army of locusts was wreaking havoc the same year. More disturbing is the continuous decline of insects that may impact global food distribution.

Could this be the dawn of the “great famine” in the Book of Revelation, or is it caused by humans altering the planet?

Asian Giant Hornets spotted on US soil for the first time

Invasive Asian giant hornets have arrived in the USA. Spotted in the fall of 2019, these “murder hornets” endanger bee farms. A swarm of giant hornets can wipe out a honeybee hive in a few hours, decapitating bees and feeding parts of them to their young, according to the New York Times.

The second wave of locusts

Last year, a series of locusts invasion hit the fields of Africa. According to the Locust Watch, a second invasion is imminent. UN is “extremely alarmed” as new and younger swarms arrive. The second invasion is 20 times worse.

A swarm of just more than a third of a square mile can eat the same amount of food in one day as 35,000 people.

Insect population declines

Flying insects’ population declined by 76% over the past 30 years, according to research that began in 1989. There are also 15% fewer birds than just 14 years ago. The insect population is a critical equation of the food cycle.

If we lose the insects, then everything is going to collapse,” according to Dave Goulson, a team member behind the study.

Why this is critical to the bee population?

With the current locust invasion, the bee population in the African continent is threatened because of aerial spray to control the locust population. Likewise, as giant hornets multiply, they pose a threat to the bee population.

One-third of our food comes from insect-pollinated plants, and the honeybee is responsible for 80% of that pollination, says USDA. A decline in their population will affect the food cycle, which can lead to famine. Revelations talk about famine and plague in the end times.

Revelations talk about A plague in the end times.

The bigger threat

According to the United Nations, the insect decline and locust plague are caused by climate change. Conspiracy has hounded the UN’s Agenda 2030. Apparently, these occurrences are being used politically to push a one-world government.

In 2022, people from Washington States searched for giant hornet infestation, but there were no confirmed sightings of the hornets, reported US News.


a greater threat is a coming new world order.

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