I see what you are saying about nature tampering.
but my point here is that "africanized" bees are more aggressive and "stay mad longer".
It is the naming of them that I have a problem with.
Why do bees have to be called "africanized"?
And I don't care where they come from.
When have you ever heard the term "europeanized"?
It is subliminal reinforcement of negative connotations behind Africa and Africans no differently than the imprinted suggestion of Africans sleeping with monkeys to create the Aids virus.
When you think Africa, you think AIDs and you think terror bees.
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