Lyme disease origins relevant today?

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  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 03:03pm

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    Stephen R

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    Lyme disease origins relevant today?

As the coverup of lab origins Of Covid has showed us, malfeasance and spin have quite a reach. And so I thought that revisiting Lyme disease origins at Plum Island would be helpful. Operation paperclip brought Nazi Dr. Erich Traub (bio-warfare chief) to work at PI. The Nazis were working on using ticks as a vector and so this was continued at PI.

Research indicates that the Borrelia burgdorferi the spirochete was present way before PI. So destroying the conspiracy theory. How convenient! I dunno but fake research is alive and well. The coverup machine went into overdrive on lab origins of covid. Wilhelm Burdorfer who discovered the spirochete went to his deathbed believing it came from the lab.

Anybody found anything about this? Or any leads?

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 03:51pm

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I grew up in a town not far from Lyme Connecticut, straight across from Plum Island. As a kid growing up in the late 70’s early 80’s I must have been bitten by a hundred ticks..never got Lymes disease, never heard of anyone having problems from a tick bite, not me or any of the kids I played with. We played in the woods constantly.

All of a sudden it seemed, in the late 80’s “Lymes disease” became a thing. Ive never heard of a disease popping up out of the blue like that. But for a long time you had to be really unlucky to get bitten by a bad tick…now it seems like every other tick is a carrier and dogs are dropping dead left and right.

Down in the area, by the native locals, it is pretty much universally believed that it came from Plum Island.

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 05:27pm

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Have to admit in the other thread about AIDS I wonder if that was perhaps a bio weapon.

I can imagine Lyme being man made and there was that video, maybe three months ago, with the guy suggesting everyone should be infected with the lone star tick disease (Alpha-gal) that makes you allergic to meat.  What is the evolutionary advantage to the virus for either Lyme or Alpha-gal?

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  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 10:23pm   (Reply to #2)

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Yes a bit like the Wuhan lab….weaponizing coronavirus in the city that had a deadly outbreak…….Occam’s razor type dealie. I found some papers re the discovery of spirochete existing before and hopefully I can dig into them. Chris M is really good at the sleuthing part, I’m not sure where to start

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 10:26pm   (Reply to #3)

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Not trying to connect covid with Lyme’s disease per se except in that they were both germ warfare experiments. Knowing how wuhan lab leak was covered up it seems plausible to me that Lymes disease may have been covered up

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