Lyme disease made its first appearance in 1975 in the town of Lyme, Connecticut.
Perhaps by sheer coincidence, this town is located a mere nine miles across Long Island Sound from Plum Island, the site of highly secretive biological warfare experiments conducted by government scientists.
For two decades, the vast majority of documented Lyme disease outbreaks were within a few hundred miles of the secret labs. Since the mid ’90s, it has spread across the U.S.; and in the last decade, globally.
Despite the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s repeated denials of their work with these organisms at Plum Island, there are documents that reveal otherwise.
Over time, the disease spread slowly but gathered steam. In part, this is because of a slow medical response and understanding of the organism and its affect. Incredibly, in 1981, such organisms and bacteria were subject to patents and privatization, which made research more closed and difficult. Yes, some star chamber “justice” system has allowed patents on disease organisms. Naturally, publications like Winter Watch must ask: Did the Crime Syndicate play a role?
Dr. McDonald and his successors published studies indicating that the Borrelia complex had developed an almost unprecedented and rather unnatural biofilm and/or cyst form, which acted to protect the germ strands from the human immune system and standard antibiotic treatment. In addition, it had a shape-shifting quality that makes detection via blood and urine tests that modern medicine depend upon problematic. One couldn’t design a better affliction.
As a consequence, the standardized “scientific method” medicine promoted by the Foundations and Abraham Flexner were not well suited for this disease. Instead of listening to patients, for some time and to some degree even to this day Borrelia complex sufferers were and are dismissed and gaslighted as psychomatics and mental cases.
In addition, our open-source search for media articles on this subject revealed a high degree of what can only be described as suspicious “poisoning of the well” from the lugenpresse.
There was also a small group of IDSA gatekeepers who wrote the guidelines for treatment of “Lyme’s disease.” They recommended two weeks of antibiotics and claimed that would cure the legitimate cases. Those not recovering were considered candidates for mental health attention.
This, in turn, allowed insurance companies to not reimburse for more lengthy, aggressive chronic disease. In contrast, TB can require a year of antibiotics. A Connecticut state attorney general anti-trust probe later identified and settled collusion and conflict of interest cases involving these gatekeepers. The slimy details can be viewed here. But the overall policy on Borrelia complex treatments remain clouded to this day as the disease spreads.
The medical establishment itself revealed a sinister mafioso side that was turned loose on those physicians who treated the complex more aggressively, typically with longer duration intravenous antibodies. The usual suspects in the lugenpresse failed to investigate and engaged in their favored “quack” and “nut” labeling. A number of key doctors had their licenses revoked and others were deterred from treating patients. This was well presented in the 2006 documentary “Under Our Skin.”
Eventually, as the number of cases mounted into the millions, public outcry ended the worst of the witch hunts against “Lyme doctors.” Then, the ever corrupt CDC shifted gears and declared that new cases were grossly understated and that instead of 30,000 new infections a year, there were 300,000.
Then — surprise, surprise — by sheer coinkydink came news that a questionable Lyme vaccine was in the works. The expressed views of opponents to this is that a cheaper regime of antibiotics is the best course. Unfortunately, treating Borrelia is not a quick fix and can last a lifetime. Remarkably, some of the same characters involved in Lyme doctor suppression were involved with the vaccine promotion as well. This is covered in the updated 2014 version of the documentary called “Emergence: Under Our Skin 2.”
Takeway: This Borrelia complex disease is still spreading and is now a global affliction.The response to it is still too political and gamed looking, which promises worse times ahead.Readers are advised to take caution entering woods and brush in the outdoors. High risk areas in the U.S. are shown below, and various tick-borne disease in Europe is endemic.
Source: Winter Watch