Bees don't hate you unless you are stupid to them, like trying (or accidentally) to end their life.
The bee problem is two-fold. Systemic pesticides (including the ones that destroy the nervous system), which are pesticides that are produced as a part of the entire life cycle of the plant. That means genetic engineering. The other problem is the monoculture farms, where vast fields of one crop are planted. Bees need variety in order to make better honey.
Originally, the corporations that make these seeds, and provided the studies to the EPA which are the basis for the EPA, said the pesticides wouldn't harm bees. Then came all the colony collapse disorders as bees were traveled to locations for pollination. It was looked into by a few of the larger apiaries. They looked into travel (some of our bees come from Australia to pollinate!), and other things that were possible, but done before.
They then went to Europe to see how they handled it. It was believed at that time it was the pesticides, at which point Europe had already put a hold on the pesticides until further study was done. That's not how the EPA works, as the apiaries have to provide solid evidence and study that the pesticides are the problem in order for the EPA to revisit the corporation-provided studies.
The systemic pesticides don't really kill the bees, it just poisons them. The problem is the honey, which is basically the life blood for bees, as it provides for the new bees being born and cared for. The new worker bees grow up with this pesticide in their system, and becomes pervasive throughout the colony. It then manages its way to the queen, and if their is no heir apparent, then the colony is at major risk for collapse, as when the queen becomes poisoned, her signals become mixed up, and the efficient machine of the bee colony will start to fall apart.