China sending mysterious packets of seeds to unsuspecting recipients

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NewsTribune – Mysterious seed packets from China sent to dozens of people in 3 states, officials say-

A strange package has been sent to people in multiple states: random, unidentified seeds from China.

Residents in Washington, Utah and Virginia have received small packages of seeds in the mail that appear to be sent from China, officials said.

“Today we received reports of people receiving seeds in the mail from China that they did not order,” the Washington State Department of Agriculture said Friday. “The seeds are sent in packages usually stating that the contents are jewelry. Unsolicited seeds could be invasive, introduce diseases to local plants, or be harmful to livestock.”

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32 Comments on China sending mysterious packets of seeds to unsuspecting recipients

  1. I know you’re not supposed to plant them, and you’re told not to, but I’d be tempted to plant just one to see what it was.

    And the more I’m told not to, the more tempted I’d be.

    It’s just in my nature, I guess.

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  2. Little yellow devils!

    Seeds are probably seeds from Inter-Stellar Aliens!

    They’ll grow to gigantic dimensions and make huge beans and there’ll be a giant that lives at the top with a goose that lays golden eggs!

    Or Mrs. Clinton may have paid them to stir up some shit … hard to say …

    izlamo delenda est …

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  3. If the Three Rivers Gorge damn breaks in China, it is estimated that China’s agri-business is down the tubes. Catastrophic. Don’t know if you’ve been watching how the flooding there has been reported, but the same people who built the damn also oversaw quality control on it. Outsiders who were called in to conduct QC say critical parts of it aren’t anchored to bedrock and the rebar used is substandard.

    It would be just like China to try to cripple U.S. food crops — damn or no damn. The right invasive plant would be devastating.

    (Maybe that weird moaning sound that was videoed recently in a Chinese valley was actually the sound of Three Rivers damn sliding away.)

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  4. The Obamanation did his job. He had 8 years to prevent our military from working on any new technology. A couple War colleges and Rand Corp have run simulated battles and China wins the majority of the time

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  5. Got HAZMAT suit? Send little packets of fleas combed from the fur of dead prairie dogs infected with the plague to random Beijing CCP addresses.

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  6. Don’t know why they’re sending them to Washington. We’re already up to our necks in invasive species who drove in from other states.

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  7. What kind of a moron would plant those seeds? If it was meant to be a gift it would have been wrapped with a nice bow on it.

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  8. Once in a while I would get a free packet of seeds with some advertising for a gardening book or whatever. But the packet only contains 10 teeny little seeds. lol
    Haven’t seen that in quite some time now.

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  9. It’s pod people I tell you or grow your own Triffid seeds. I’ve watched too many cheesy 50’s and 60’s scifi movies. Sum ting’s wong here, never trust any seeds or anything else from the land of the chinks. If it was the Japs the seeds would grow into Godzilla.

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  10. A friend in GA has received two mysterious packages from China. The first was a lone yellow balloon. The second remains unopened.

    I think I would call FBI, but who trusts that organization anymore?

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  11. Given what the CCP was doing in the Wuhan virology lab, weaponizing viruses for fun and profit, it stands to reason that unsolicited packages of mystery seeds from China just might have a nefarious purpose. At this point, nothing seems too farfetched.

    Collapsing US agricultural production might not be the best idea for China, especially when they are facing their own agricultural collapse, but the CCP doesn’t consider what’s best for China when it makes decisions.

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  12. They’re soaked in RoundUp and irradiated with plutonium.
    They’re glow-in-the-dark Kudsu seeds.

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  13. Can we just nuke China?

    I guess I’ll answer with another question. Are we prepared for all of America’s CEOs to strip naked in the middle of the road to repel our military with the combined power of their yonis?

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  14. It’s not just seeds!
    About a week ago I received a small tracked package I didn’t order from an address in China that contained a cheap plastic bracelet. I tried to figure out what it was and why I might have received it and came across a website – a Q&A page from a Chinese shipping company – that contained dozens, perhaps hundreds of inquiries from US residents asking why they received the same or very similar items in the mail, all from the same Chinese city but various different return address names.
    I tried alerting my local news station to this – figuring it has to be a scam of some kind – but have not heard back from anyone yet.

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  15. they could be seeds of genetically modified plants that will invade other, ’roundup ready,’ plants and crops. That would include the vast majority of our agricultural industry.
    Get monsanto/bayer the fuck out of our government and out of our fields.
    That singular ’roundup ready’ modification has made our agriculture very vulnerable. The man made modification can be attacked rather than each plant’s unique genetics. ‘Attack the weakest link.’ And there it is- a man made genetically weak link. In almost all of our food crops. The same link, in diverse plants. It is like a genetic terrorist’s dream.
    That will never make the news until it happens, and then it will be too late. A harvest would be lost, and there are not sufficient stockpiled, non-gmo/roundup ready’ seeds available for the next season’s planting.
    Who runs the Agriculture Department? Is it purdue? Whoever it is, they need to wake the fuck up.
    Pronto.
    You can’t put a mask on a corn plant.

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  16. Peter I got the same thing. Two pairs of earrings. I opened the package outside and dumped them in the outside bin.

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  17. @Cliche Guevara July 25, 2020 at 3:46 pm

    > Are we prepared for all of America’s CEOs to strip naked in the middle of the road to repel our military with the combined power of their yonis?

    Never underestimate the power of a dust storm that yuge.

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