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Look into the Lyme Disease Mysteries, Part III

by: Paul Fassa

(NaturalNews) As more is being discovered about Lyme disease (LD), its true contagious nature and the origins of its bacterial infections, more suspicions have compounded about a Plum Island bioweapons lab being the source of Lyme disease. Plum Island is just off the tip of Long Island, a stone's throw from the Lyme, Connecticut area where the disease was first reported in 1975.

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The pathogen responsible for LD is spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb), the wiggly form of Bb. It is a cell wall deficient (CWD) bacteria, which makes it difficult to destroy since most antibiotics function by destroying the cell walls of bacteria.

It has been believed that Lyme disease was transferred only from insect bites, mostly ticks. But evidence has emerged for many to believe otherwise. Though infected insects may be the point of initial transfer to humans, there have been babies who were born with Lyme disease because of the mothers' infection. A few families have a majority of family members with LD. Were they all bitten by insects? One researcher has discovered Bb in tears, so wiping one's eyes could spread it manually.

A few medical research scientists and doctors have discovered Bb in virtually all studied victims of Parkinson's Disease, Alzheimer's, fibromyalgia, and others. How many other chronic degenerative diseases, often with neurological symptoms, can be related to this Bb pathogen? Remember, LD mimics many diseases.

There are several doctors and researchers who believe that LD or the Bb pathogen has contaminated millions internationally, but most of them have been diagnosed with standard neurological or degenerative diseases. Many methods of Bb contamination in addition to tick bites have been exposed since 2000.

So we have a mysterious pathogen that mimics many diseases, making it difficult to diagnose, is difficult to isolate and destroy, is contagious, and incapacitates all those infected. That certainly fits the criteria of an effective bioweapon!

Plum Island

Plum Island is where Lab 257 has been located since 1954, ostensibly for animal viral research. That soon morphed into bioweapons research, which was supposedly canceled by Richard Nixon in 1969. But later documents revealed that bioweapon research had continued in secrecy. Plum Island is the open air laboratory for Ft. Detrick, the notorious bioweapon center in Maryland.

From NY attorney Michael Carroll's book, Lab 257: The Disturbing Story of the Government's Secret Plum Island Germ Laboratory: "Plum Island presents more vectors for the spread of infectious disease than perhaps anywhere else. Ticks [there] have a long and varied menu: droves of small foraging birds… a tantalizing wild deer habitat, and thousands of mice and rats for tick larvae and nymphs to feed on. Plum Island is a Lyme disease tinderbox."

Lone Star hard ticks, formerly indigenous only to Texas, suddenly proliferated in the Long Island/Connecticut area right around the time LD broke out. No one could explain how they suddenly migrated there. Hard ticks are bioweapon researchers' ticks of choice for spreading pathogens to wild life.

Despite government denial, there have been some discoveries concerning bioweapon research on mycoplasma, living particles of bacterial nucleic acid without cell walls, pointing to Plum Island's involvement with LD. Some US government scientists hold a patent on a pathogenic mycoplasma fermentans converted into a crystalline form. This patent includes the disease symptoms of LD that can be carried by insects or birds! Crystalline mycoplasma fermentans contains the Bb that causes Lyme disease.

Attorney Michael Carroll, knowledgeable health experts, and LD victims consider infected insects or birds released inadvertently or intentionally from Plum Island as the source of worldwide Lyme disease in all its disguises.

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