The short version is this:
Parasitic (zombie) flies from Argentina have been routinely released here by he USDA for over 15 years to combat red fire ants. The thinking is that these flies have now jumped prey species. I think these parasitic (de-heading) flies are being positioned to take the fall for CCD and all other bee maladies. Someone on another forum suggested (tongue in cheek) that all 57 state departments of agricultural are now writing grant requests to study this emergent problem.
No one has mentioned that honey producing heavyweight Argentina (where these flies originated) has not had any reported bee problems caused by these parasitic flies, and that South American honeybees have shared the environment with so the called "zombie" flies for maybe 500 years?
My advise is to you is this, "Baby, better get your BS boots on!" And call your broker in the morning and tell him to buy you all the tinfoil stock he can.