by agencies within our own government. This attack is centered on the AmericanEast Coast, but nobody should feel safe.Shockingly, I am talking about Lyme disease, an affliction that the uninformed may
believe is nothing more than arthritis caused by a tick bite. But according to theCDC, this “multisystem, multistage” illness is capable of inducing disordersincluding “chronic inflammatory arthritis, chronic muscle pain, heart disease and/or neurological (brain and peripheral nerves) disorders.” So many disabling afflictions
are caused by Lyme that it has earned the disease the nickname “The GreatImitator.”
The highly complex bacterium that causes Lyme disease has the ability to infect
nearly every organ in the body, often in spite of antibiotic administration, bychanging into various self-protective forms. This often happens without initially
being detected by the victims themselves or by the woefully inadequate, indirect
The connections between Lyme disease and biowarfare are summarized in Appendix A of this report. The biowarfare-related research of the man for whom the Lyme disease bacterial agent is named is summarized inAppendix B.
Potential for Occupational Exposure to Lyme Disease,” http://www.osha.gov/dts/shib/shib021103.html
A Wikipedia.org summary of Lyme disease symptoms includes the following: “the characteristic bull's- eyerash and erythema chronicum migrans (a rash which spreads peripherally and spares the central part), aswell as myocarditis, cardiomyopathy, arrythmias, arthritis, arthralgia, meningitis, neuropathies and facialnerve palsy.” Wikipedia also notes, “Lyme disease may be
as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoidarthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), lupus, Crohn's disease or other autoimmune andneurodegenerative diseases.”
“The spirochete, a corkscrew-shaped bacterium, is unique in the known bacterial realm because of thequantity of DNA it carries that enables it to evade detection and attack the human immune system. It canchange its outer protein coat, cloaking itself from immune detection. It also can completely change form, becoming a treatment-resistant cyst, or shed its outer coat to enter our own cells to set up shop.” “Livingwith Lyme: Bacterium can 'cloak' itself” Dr. Jon Sterngold/Special for the
, Sept. 30, 2009.
These forms include so-called L-forms, cysts and biofilms.
“The central problem: No test can tell when someone has active Lyme disease — when Lyme-causing bacteria are alive in the body. Today’s tests instead spot infection-fighting antibodies, which can takeweeks to form but then linger long after Lyme is gone.” Associated Press, “Rise in Lyme cases highlightsneed for new tests: Current methods can’t tell if disease is alive in body, which may delay care,” Aug 13,2007.
This is due to multiple reasons. Many people do not realize they have been bitten by the tick that causedtheir disease, which, according to Wikipedia “is often complicated by a multifaceted appearance andnonspecific symptoms.” And many do not have the tell-tale Bull’s-Eye rash specific to Lyme disease.Additionally, the symptoms indicative to Lyme may not manifest themselves for months to years after a bite.
If one is lucky enough to have seen the causative tick bite and had the foresight to get tested for Lyme, itmay take weeks to months for the antibodies detected by indirect Lyme tests to even form (meanwhile thedisease spreads throughout the body). Once these antibodies do form, the disease may still not show up intests, if it is caused by one of the many strains of the bacteria that are different than the very few used in thestandard tests. And even if antibodies to the disease
detected in the standard tests,CDC/vaccine-interests have unilaterally dumbed down the tests, creating “false positives” by fiat. If one