Millions of Kangaroos Perish in an Outbreak of Disease with no Official Explanation

By On January 8, 2018

Some unidentified disease that afflicts kangaroos with internal bleeding around the joints and fatal hemorrhaging has just killed an estimated 3 million kangaroos in the Australian state of New South Wales, in just the past year.

According to people who study kangaroos, it is a disease capable of killing one of the animals within an hour. The strangest thing however, is that the experts don’t even know what causes it: whether it is poisoning from a plant, a bacterial or viral infection, a deficiency of some kind, or what.


According to the Sunday Times:

“Kangaroos are dying in their millions, struck down by an unknown illness that causes inflammation, stilted movement, haemorrhaging and blindness.

Red and grey kangaroos, which nationally number in the tens of millions, have been found dead or dying across the western plains of New South Wales.”

A Broken Hill veterinarian named Greg Curran said:

“This problem’s increasing in severity. We haven’t been able to determine the cause of it despite a lot of good work.

At this stage, there’s no indication that it’s infectious. It can’t be plant poisoning, so we’re looking at something else that science hasn’t sorted out yet.”

In the state Sydney is located in, New South Wales, the kangaroo population officially hit 17.4 million last year: over double the population in 2010.

Now grey kangaroos in NSW plummeted to 3.85 million, down from 6.33 million, while red kangaroos fell to 1.2 million from 5.13 million, according to official statistics.


An Eastern Grey Kangaroo


Red kangaroos


Greg Curran says he studied the kangaroo population for years, and said:

“To have something like this where the best people have worked on it for decades and haven’t gotten to the bottom of it… any disease that can claim 40 per cent is worth understanding.

It’s a disease, it’s not a genetic problem. We haven’t been able to find a bacteria, we haven’t been able to find a virus. Parasites, they aren’t part of it. Given the huge area and different kinds of country and feed, its very unlikely to be a plant poisoning. You’ve ruled out all the known causes of diseases.

The drop is so great it can’t simply be due to culling rates. The number of ­animals that have been harvested for the meat market is low. It can’t possibly be starvation or malnutrition.”

From firsthand experience, I can say the skies are sprayed every day in New South Wales, Australia. The smell that you’ll find on your clothes and body coming inside every day is similiar to the way the chemtrails smell in, for instance, Texas, or on the East Coast of the United States: it smells like an aluminum workshop, the most common type of chemtrail smell.

So what if the stuff they are spraying is exacerbating or even causing the disease? I captured these photos of what the skies are sprayed with in New South Wales: they were taken above the metropolitan area of Sydney. Anyone familiar with this book will know precisely what I’m talking about.


It’s strange, because I have been right here in NSW for the entire duration of this kangaroo die off, visiting from another country. I remember seeing a couple kangaroos when I first came here, and now I’m not seeing any.

This is a theory with no evidence yet, but hear me out: the Australian government openly admits they would like to cull the kangaroo population: so what if they are purposefully deploying some kind of weapon against them in an effort to do that? Around the suburbs of Sydney, kangaroo “hunting” is a regular practice, often to clear land for development.

Worse, the Australian government openly wages biological warfare against certain species already. Last year it was reported that they started a program to kill off what they consider an invasive fish species with a herpes virus. The carp population was too great in the state’s eyes, so they decided to unleash a biological weapon on the fish.

In fact in Queensland, Australia, the state literally buys the scalps of kittens and adult feral cats: 5$ per kitten scalp, as we reported before. If they would do that, why wouldn’t they unleash a disease on kangaroos?

It should be known that kangaroos are slaughtered openly in the Australian state of New South Wales. According to an article from the Sydney Morning Herald titled “Save them or kill them: Australians divided on kangaroos “:

“Yet, while these bushfire victims garner special attention, every year about 800,000 dependant joeys are killed as a result of the commercial kangaroo hunt, without any fanfare.

Our kangaroos are hunted in the largest commercial slaughter of land-based wildlife on the planet and hunters are permitted by law to take not only males but also females with joeys in pouch and dependent young.

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The roo meat industry treats these joeys as collateral damage in the hunt for profits.

Under the relevant industry Codes of Practice that govern the hunts, shooters are instructed to “euthanase” the joeys of any female who is killed either by decapitation or a single blow or shot to the head.

Those who are not caught and killed will most likely die as a result of starvation, exposure or predation without the protection of their mothers.”

In this era of time, biowarfare programs against a species the state doesn’t like is not a far out possibility. In the open, they are waging war against the carp fish population: so why wouldn’t they do this?


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