Public Health Alert – “Biological Warfare Experiment on American Citizens Results in Spreading Pandemic!”

“…we are dealing here with a formidable ‘smart stealth’ type of bacteria that is hard to eradicate — one that does extreme damage to psyche and soma if not treated aggressively over the long term when missed in the first days following inoculation by the vector…”

–Dr. Virginia Scherr

Researchers have demonstrated the extensive ties between the CDC’s biodefense unit and the perpetuation of the Lyme Epidemic.[1]

Here is a summary of the connections between the Lyme Epidemic and biowarfare:

The causative agent of Lyme disease (Borrelia burgdorferi) was identified by and named after a biowarfare researcher named Willy Burgdorfer, who worked at a biowarfare lab (Rocky Mountain Labs) developing and publishing methods for infecting Ixodid ticks with Borrelia agents—a decade or so before an epidemic caused by Borrelia agents spread by Ixodid ticks broke out just outside a top-level biowarfare lab that did outdoor tick research.[2]

Lyme disease itself is named after Lyme, Connecticut—the town a few miles from a top-level biowarfare lab (Plum Island Animal Disease Research Center) that not only did outdoor tick experiments but also has a history of pathogen leaks.[3]

Plum Island still conducts tick research with African Swine Fever Virus, which, according to papers published by Lyme/biowarfare experts such as Alan Barbour, has “sequence similarities” to segments of DNA in the telomeres of the Borrelia organism which causes Lyme disease.[4]

Plum Island propagates this genetically engineered virus in ticks for vaccine studies. This virus, according to numerous reports, has also reportedly been used by the U.S. in real-world biological warfare attacks.[5]

Lyme disease has properties ideal for a disabling biowarfare agent:[6] rapid dissemination within the body but causing delayed symptoms, relapsing antibiotic resistant infection, protective cyst formation (similar to anthrax), capability for inducing both mental and physical incapacitation[7]

Just as the Lyme spirochete epidemic was getting started, we learned in 1977 of a massive government research effort known as MKULTRA that was “concerned with the research and development of chemical, biological and radiological materials” to do exactly what Lyme does: “severely” incapacitate human victims. [8] [9]

To accomplish this goal, the government engaged in “extensive testing and experimentation” on unwitting human subjects “at all social levels, high and low, native Americans and foreign.”[10]

The vector for Lyme disease (Ixodid ticks) was “discovered” by a biowarfare defense expert (Allen Steere) from the CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS).[11]

The Lyme bacterium was first propagated in cell cultures by another CDC EIS biowarfare expert (Alan Barbour), in a biowarfare lab.[12] This researcher had previously studied anthrax for the military,[13] and went on to create mutant strains of Borrelia burgdorferi.[14] He now directs a biowarfare lab at the University of California, Irvine Campus.[15] [16]

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As director of the biowarfare lab at University of California, Irvine (The Pacific Southwest Regional Center of Excellence for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases) Barbour was awarded a research contract by the NIH in 2011 to lead a Lyme vaccine research effort on an island off the coast of the North East of the United States, the location of “ground zero” of the Lyme epidemic and in proximity to the nation’s premier biowarfare test facility that also conducted outdoor tick experiments.[17]

The Lyme Epidemic is being perpetuated by researchers affiliated with the CDC’s biowarfare defense unit (EIS), including Steere (EIS) and Eugene Shapiro (EIS) by forcing doctors to treat (or not treat) patients according to treatment guidelines that are so draconian and riddled with self-serving recommendations that the organization that put them out was investigated and reprimanded by the Attorney General of Connecticut. [18]

Gary Wormser is the lead author on the fraudulent treatment guidelines published by the IDSA, which prevent patients from getting effective treatments. (In his spare time, he lectures as an expert on biowarfare agents and treatments: How Germs Become Weapons: Recognizing Agents — Treating Patients.)

The research study Wormser used to justify his position that Lyme disease is readily cured with short courses of antibiotics was a fraudulent study authored by Mark Klempner, a CDC EIS agent who also now directs a biowarfare lab, at Boston University. (This celebrated study to allegedly investigate long-term antibiotic treatment of Lyme patients was halted before long-term antibiotics could even be administered.[19])

The first vaccine against the disease was developed and licensed by a defense contractor (Yale Corporation) that worked closely with Plum Island biowarfare lab on biowarfare and vaccine agents.[20] The lead investigator for the vaccine field trials (Steere) was a Yale and EIS alumnus who has done everything in his power to deny effective antibiotic treatments to Lyme victims, so that the immune response to the disease could be mapped out in untreated controls.

Lyme disease was recently named as a biowarfare agent by the U.S. government. [21]

Consistent with this scenario is a recent publication which traced the catastrophic increase in the host-range and pathogenic nature of the Lyme spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi, to a recently modified clone:

“In fact, the highly pathogenic ospC-A clone [of Borrelia burgdorferi] seems to have spread rapidly in recent years to infect a broad range of host species …

We conclude that the ospC-A clone has dispersed rapidly and widely in the recent past. The spread of the ospC-A clone may have contributed, and likely continues to contribute, to the rise of Lyme disease incidence.”

["Wide Distribution of a High-Virulence Borrelia burgdorferi Clone in Europe and North America,” Emerg Infect Dis. 2008 July; 14(7): 1097–1104.]

Thus, it is not a question whether Lyme is a biowarfare agent. The question is, when was it first investigated as one?
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