Free ‘This Product Kills Bees’ Stickers
With the long, cold winter in the UK this year, on top of a summer last year which was pretty hard on wildlife, bees are having a difficult time and populations are dropping severely.
As if the Varroa Mite was not enough on top of this – some pesticides regularly used in the UK contain neonicotinoid, which is also proven to kill bees. Their populations across the UK are getting decimated, yet they are responsible for cross-pollinating at least a third of the plants from which us humans eat the produce. It is estimated, that without bees – human beings would die out within five years or so as their would be no cross pollination of plants.
Added to that, other species on this planet have as much right to exist as we do. It is essential that humans stop destroying other species and cultures through their short sighted greed.
Now in what can only be described as an utterly cynical marketing campaign, ASDA are now selling bee-killing neonicotinoid pest sprays – but promoting their sale by giving away free packets of ‘bee friendly’ garden plant seeds.
This rattled my cage enough to produce these free sticker layouts that you are welcome to download and print onto self-adhesive stickers to ‘correct’ this disinformative marketing ploy in ASDA and other shops and gardening centres that abandon responsibility to the environment in preference to profit.
Simply stick these stickers onto products in shops that kill bees, in order to inform other customers who might not realize that this is what they are doing by purchasing the product.
There are three ways to obtain these stickers:
Choice 1. Download a free word file and print your own on your home computer,
Choice 2. Make and purchase a book of 90 mini stickers from moo.com (file provided free below)
Choice 3. Order a booklet of 90 stickers direct from me for a £10 Paypal payment (and I will order them from moo and get them sent to you)
Choice 1: Firstly – download this word file: (right click image on left and ‘save link as’ to your computer on PC, Ctrl.click for Mac)
The stickers needed to print these are Avery Label size 4.57 x 2.12 cm. There are 48 of these to each A4 size page. You can buy packs of these online for about £10 from here: http://www.labelplanet.co.uk/
Choice 2: Alternately, and more cheaply, you can order these stickers in sticker books of 90 stickers from moo.com, for about £6 including postage.
1. Download this sticker image to your computer (right click image on left & ‘save link as’ to save ‘beesticker.jpg’ to your computer on PC, Ctrl.click for Mac)
2. Go to moo.com and find the sticker department to order a book of 90 mini stickers (22mm square) – using this file.
3. Upload the beesticker.jpg you downloaded above and complete the order
4. Stick them on the products in shops that kill bees.
5. Don’t get caught.
Choice 3. Order a booklet from me for a £10 paypal payment (simonthescribe at yahoo.co.uk) – don’t forget to send me your address
Disclaimer: I cannot of course endorse any illegal activity and in itself, providing you with the bullets for an anti-disinformation campaign, in the form of these stickers, is not illegal. However, placing stickers onto products in shops may well lead to your prosecution if you should get caught and I am making it quite clear here that I cannot be held responsible and that the choice of such action is made by you entirely.
Please note that the link to moo.com is a ‘refer a friend’ links that may allow me to purchase items at a reduced price should anyone click these links.