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Old 06-02-2019, 02:32 AM #11
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The spiral bacteria (spyrochete) is similar to syphilis. Lyme was created by the US government in a biowarfare germ factory on Gardners Island NY. It was first diagnosed in people in Lyme CT, just across the water in Long Island Sound.
Wow,that's finally been proven.I know that was a theory for years.Glad the government got caught
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It will be denied forever. Meanwhile Lyme spreads across the country..
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The spiral bacteria (spyrochete) is similar to syphilis. Lyme was created by the US government in a biowarfare germ factory on Gardners Island NY. It was first diagnosed in people in Lyme CT, just across the water in Long Island Sound.
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Ticks and Lyme disease have been around*for thousands of years. In fact, a recent autopsy on a 5,300-year-old mummy indicated the presence of the bacteria which causes Lyme disease. A German physician, Alfred Buchwald, first described the chronic skin rash, or erythema migrans, of what is now known to be Lyme disease more than 130 years ago.*However, Lyme disease was only recognized in the United States in the 1960s and 1970s. And the bacteria that causes it – Borrelia burgdorferi*– wasn’t officially classified until 1981...
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Lyme disease was first recognized in 1975 after researchers investigated why unusually large numbers of children were being diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis in Lyme, Connecticut, and two neighboring towns. The researchers discovered that most of the affected children lived and played near wooded areas where ticks live. They also found that the children's first symptoms typically started in the summer months, the height of the tick season. Several of the patients interviewed reported having a skin rash just before developing their arthritis. Many also recalled being bitten by a tick at the rash site.
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Further investigations discovered that tiny deer ticks infected with a spiral-shaped bacterium or spirochete (which was later named Borrelia burgdorferi) were responsible for the outbreak of arthritis in Lyme.
In Europe, a skin rash similar to that of Lyme disease had been described in medical literature dating back to the turn of the 20th century. Lyme disease may have spread from Europe to the United States in the early 1900s, but health experts only recently recognized it as a distinct illness...
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I live fairly close to this area. Over the years there have been many reports and studies in local media and the Plum Island facility has since been shut down. It is named after Lyme Connecticut for a reason and was a no fly zone for decades.

Goog 'plum island history lyme disease' there's plenty.

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https://sites.newpaltz.edu/ticktalk/...randa-dumitru/
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Maybe plum island didn't create or invent Lyme. They just weaponized it.

Messed with my head.
Driving down the road I started crying while listening to the radio. Lots of people do that with a sad song, but this wasn't sad. Lyme fucked with my emotions and mixed them up.

No way in hell I should cry, singing along with Johnny Cash Folsom Prison Blues
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Maybe plum island didn't create or invent Lyme. They just weaponized it.

Messed with my head.
Driving down the road I started crying while listening to the radio. Lots of people do that with a sad song, but this wasn't sad. Lyme fucked with my emotions and mixed them up.

No way in hell I should cry, singing along with Johnny Cash Folsom Prison Blues
... perhaps not but his tune "hurt" can be a tear jerker
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