Absolute lies and propaganda by “Academia”: ‘It’s a fact that bed bugs can’t be eliminated’

Let’s put this one into the column of outright lies and stupidity.

Dr. Heather Lynch, or should I say, “Dr.” Heather Lynch, a lecturer at a University in Glasgow, has gone on record to say that “bed bugs can no longer be effectively eliminated.” The author of this article, Sarah Knapton, has gone further in a total lack of journalistic integrity in an attempt to support this theory without any evidence, claiming that “The Conversation”, a body of writing used and touted by “academics”, is the unquestionable word of God to back up the theory that you can’t get rid of bed bugs, ever.

This immediately pisses me off, and for a few reasons- the primary reason being it’s a total lie.

I have already stated across my many websites and blogs that the media, the government, and even existing pest control companies- are not going to tell you the solution for getting rid of bedbugs, even though yes, it exists, and no, it is not expensive. I myself have been personally helping people get rid of their bed bug problem for the last 3 years. I have received numerous emails from actual, real-life customers thanking me for helping them eliminate their bed bug problem so they can finally get back to sleep at night. If you want to see the proof, just click this link and scroll to the bottom of the page to read real reviews from real people: https://www.defensive-end.com/get-rid-of-bed-bugs-forever.html

Why are “educated” people so stupid when it comes to bed bugs?

So when 2 people claiming to be experts are really just a few lazy shmucks from “academia” who would rather just claim that there is no solution to bed bugs, a serious problem where over 10% of Philadelphia homes battle with bed bugs every night, a massive worldwide bedbug problem that plagues New York, Paris, the UK, Mexico, and Canada, to name a few- it sets me off a little, because I know that’s an outright lie. It’s a sad state when you have two enlightened Western female writers claiming to be some type of authority on entomology and life doing nothing but attempting to repackage apathy towards bed bug extermination into being smart somehow. It also shows the state of the Western world in my opinion, and is a big reason I left to live in Asia myself.

More stupidity when trying to eliminate bed bugs

I literally just filmed a video last month talking about the dangers of bed bugs often being from how people fail tremendously when attempting to get rid of them on their own. I mentioned how people set cars on fire by using alcohol. And in a recent story, over $250,000.00 in damages were reported after the fire department had to put out a blaze at a multi-family housing complex from someone spraying alcohol too close to a candle and the entire building going ablaze. This woman literally set her house on fire to try to eradicate bed bugs.

bed bugs in philadelphiaFor now, there are people out there trying to help people with their bed bug invasions in a real, meaningful and effective way. You just won’t hear too much about it from the mainstream news.

Bed Bug Bites & Symptoms: How to Tell if You Have Bed Bugs

Bed bug symptoms

Bed Bug Symptoms include waking up with red bites on any part of your body, usually in clusters of 5 – 20 bites, leaving behind a reddish pink ring that turns into a rash and can become infected if you scratch it.

Bed bugs are tiny but they scurry about frantically and are often aggressive toward each other, especially when in captivity.

Bed bug bites pictures

bed bugs bites pictures

How to get rid of bed bug bites

Bed bug exterminators can cost you several hundred to thousands of dollars, which is why landlords are so hesitant to attempt to deal with the problem. Governments are usually clueless on how to deal with the problem as well.

Bed bug sprays are often ineffective, or only kill the reddish brown tiny parasites bedbugs that you can see, leaving the nymphs and their eggs unaffected. This is why you have to use a smart solution like Defensive End! http://defensive-end.com which relies on residual and passive prevention rather than running and gunning down the bedbugs when they are visible, out and about.

Bed bug bites look like

Bed bug bites look like little red bumps, and are different from flea bites, and are often confused with mosquito bites, ant bites, and spider bites the way they often form a visible bump but then a red patch or rash surrounding the bites. To be honest, it really all depends on how allergic your body is to a bedbug bite. But you can be sure that you have bed bugs or some type of biting insects if you are constantly getting itches when laying down in bed at night.

How to tell if you have bed bugs

There is a great checklist here on how to tell if you have bed bugs. Bed bugs are smaller than a penny, leave a trail of black specks (their poop) in clustered areas where they hide along with reddish brown smears and stains, surrounded by their former shells from their exoskeletons along with egg casings.

Bed bug pictures

bed bugs pictures

How to find bed bugs

Do an active search of your bedroom. Check the bed, mattress, box spring, furniture. Check your sofa, carpet, dresser drawers, the headboard, and cracks in the walls and baseboards. Bed bugs like most bugs that enjoy biting humans are attracted to your unique scents and smells, as well as the carbon dioxide you exhale during the night while breathing. This is how to find bed bugs in your home or workplace.

Don’t rely on a bedbug exterminator. They will overcharge you and put you at their behest. This means they will often become as parasitic as the cimex lectularius bedbugs themselves, sucking you dry not of blood, but of liquid assets!

Bed bugs hide away from the light during the day, so you really have to think like a bed bug to find one. Often times they are hiding within the walls of apartment units or homes, just waiting for dusk to come along as they put on their bibs and get ready to chow down on tasty human blood.

And you thought the only blood suckers were the tax man?

Get Rid of Bed Bugs with the Best Bed Bug Killer

bed bugs hiding in the dresser drawersBed bugs are a terrible foe. They hide out in the most undiscovered nooks and crannies of your bedroom, from your mattress and box spring to even the cracks under the headboard. Waiting all the while to feast upon their prey – you.

Bed bugs are nocturnal critters that come out usually after you’ve been asleep 2 or 3 hours and are already in REM sleep mode. That is when you’re most delicious, apparently.

No One Seems to Be Able to Get Rid of Bed Bugs

They’ve been around for thousands of years. While they appeared to face modern day extinction, the government’s outlawing of the most effective pesticides against bedbugs has ensured their reappearance. Don’t get too mad at the GOV for that one though, because pesticides are anything but safe for humans usually.

What you can be mad at the government for is the fact that they do over regulate natural pesticides to an extent that no newcomers can realistically enter the game, which explains why there’s really only a small handful natural bed bug killer products and product makers out there, and they’re all 100 years old.

The best bed bug killer is not your local exterminator

Reading these negative reviews about Orkin and bed bugs, it’s quite disturbing to realize that on top of the problem of bed bug s themselves, people get to add spending thousands of dollars on exterminator treatments and replacement furniture to their many sleepless nights getting bit and the blood sucked from their veins.

Many people’s most common complaints about the Orkin man is that in recent years, the operators and technicians have become incredibly unreliable. Orkin also does not work on Saturdays. Their office staff have been called nice but “not well”. Through hidden cameras customers have seen them cutting corners and doing what appeared to be a half assed job. Then, Orkin charges a monthly fee for its customers. You could be spending a cool $700 a year to get not a whole lot of anything by way of bug removal.

The best bed bug spray is no spray at all

Most people assume you either get an exterminator or you buy some type of bedbug spray. This is because psychologically we have been taught over the years you must shoot something for it to die. However truly effective bed bug annihilation is a fine and lost art only for the noble minded and resilient.

It turns out that bed bugs are best fought on their own sweet time. So you must lay a trap of defensive powder that is always there for them to either walk through or decide at some point that it’s simply not worth trudging over and being killed by. One such product is called Defensive End! and it really does get rid of bed bugs. That is because it’s safe, all-natural, and stays good as long as it’s kept dry.

Fossilized algae, microscopically saving the day one dead bed bug at a time.