Fish kill in Turkey’s Izmir’s Tahtalı district creates panic

May 3, 2012TURKEY - Locals in Izmir’s Tahtalı district are in a panic due to the appearance of dead fish in the area. Şaşal Village locals believe fire-extinguishing planes, which are currently being used in the area for trial flights, are the cause behind the dead fish. Many dead fish have washed up on shore around the village due to waves and wind, said locals speaking to Doğan news agency. “This is the first time that we have experienced such an event here. Sometimes the river basin becomes the area for test flights. We think that this is affecting the current situation of dead fish.” –Hurriyet Daily News
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8 Responses to Fish kill in Turkey’s Izmir’s Tahtalı district creates panic

  1. Helen Parks says:

    Very likely this is what Nostradamus was referring to when he said…
    (in the hidden texts) …
    that the BP Oil Spill and the consequent use of toxins to drop the oil to the ocean floor –
    combined with the Fukushima radiation – would be the same as consequences of an asteroid hit:
    2 69 1 Le Roy Gaulois par la Celtique dextre
    PAIRS: OIL EXUDE XTRUDE GORY
    SOUR PLAGUE LAY – royal plague U.S
    RECALL EXERTED A QUIET ROLE
    QUIETED POLARIS QUITE PROSAICAL
    SPIRAL – ALEGORY LOUISE (an asteroid)
    …………………………………………………….
    PAIRS: there are two topics
    Oil spill spirals out of control
    Plagues the U.S.
    The consequences are as bad as an asteroid hit
    Many of the “OIL” lines mention the meteor/asteroid

  2. Kim says:

    Interesting observation Helen Parks … we shall see

  3. Linda says:

    perhaps due to seismic activity in the area?

  4. suz says:

    Birds, fish, honeybees, The scientists are saying it’s common, but is it? I think it’s happening all too frequently. One question is where does Monsanto have it’s factory?….they don’t have proof of chemicals causing the problems but the idea that a thousands upon thousands of birds and fish are suddenly dying should at least get people asking these serious questions. Could it be secret experiments on the weather? Disease? A virus, bacteria or fungus will not suddenly spread to a 100,000 members of one species all on the same day. It takes a bit more time. What’s next, humans?

    The gov’t said the oil has settled to the bottom… it’s not gone! One mile down in the Gulf of Mexico there is little signs of life.

  5. Paul says:

    Too many sudden unexplained animal deaths in a relatively small period of time. These are signs.

  6. odette boily says:

    Remember, just before the flood, the animals entered the ark for safety: 2×2; 7×7. All the rest perished in the flood along with the human beings who did not believe. ”As it was in the time of Noah” the Bible says. These are the Trumpets or Judgments of Mercy of Revelation 8 and 9. Soon, the Judgments without Mercy will fall. Revelation 15. But there is hope: ”For when Thy Judgments are in the earth, the inhabitants of the world will learn righteousness.” Isaiah 26:9. There is still time to learn and accept the Creator’s love for His creatures.

  7. suz says:

    Top researchers who gathered in Copenhagen a few years ago for a climate change conference said they were worried that people could not psychologically deal with the enormity of the problem and were reverting to doing nothing.

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