Lyme Disease is a crippling, horrific disease. It can rob it's victims of memory, concentration, sleep and vision. It can cause nerve damage, pain, numbness and paralysis.
Lyme disease was first reported in the United States in the town of Old Lyme, Connecticut, in 1975.
Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi. Deer ticks feed on blood. So essentially they feed on animals and human blood and therefore spread the disease. So where did Lyme Disease come from? Your Government. The ones we have placed our trust into to protect us. I'm sorry to announce this, but they do not.
As I stated, the first case of Lyme Disease was located in Old Lyme, Conneticut in 1975. Well, it just so happens that there is a biological testing facility named Plum Island Animal Disease Center not even 10 miles from Old Lyme and it has a tick research lab. Of course it's officially called a research facility studying animal diseases, but none the less, it's there.
Not enough of a connection? Well, let me put the pieces of the puzzle together for you.
Plum Island recruited Nazi, Erich Traub after WWll. Now this man is interesting, since he worked directly under Hitler and in all honesty should have stood trial at Nuremberg for the horrible, brutal acts he committed. But he was brought to the U.S. during Project Paperclip - the exfiltration of approximately 2,000 Nazis out of Germany by OSS and CIA directors for service to American intelligence and industries. Mr. Traub was a top biological weapons industry director. His expertise was infecting ticks and mosquitoes with biological germs. Bingo!
It is said that the Island let the infected creatures roam the island, somewhat contained. Boats, birds and people went on and off that Island. The likelihood of an insect or tick going ashore with one of these government created diseases which eventually became known as Lyme Disease is a virtual certainty, as Lyme Disease formed it's name off the area where it was first discovered, Old Lyme, Connecticut, which is, like I said, 10 miles away by water.
Homeland Security is now in control. Why? Simple enough question considering there is officially 'nothing going on there'.
"We work to protect farm animals, farmers and ranchers, the nation's farm economy and export markets... and your food supply. "
Really? From my understanding, scientists have studied a variety of hardcore pathogens, from anthrax to foot-and-mouth disease. It is also ground zero for biological weapons testing. Now you tell me, what does that have to do with an Agricultural Lab? Seems like more than a bit of a stretch to go from an Agricultural Lab to biological weapons testing.
"We're proud of our role as America's first line of defense against foreign animal diseases." Against disease? Apparently you are all proud of the diseases you have created, and the deaths you have caused. And how about the families that no longer have their loved ones or better yet, the people who have gotten your evil diseases and are now somehow 'living' with the effects? Proud? What's next?
"We're equally proud of our safety record. Not once in our nearly 50 years of operation has an animal pathogen escaped from the island."
Lies Lies and more Lies! What the heck is that monster in the photo below? Or the human washed up on shore with the 'long-fingers?' How about the Lyme Disease and West Nile virus, just to name a few that have entered conveniently when you were "researching" or should I say creating them?
The Montauk Monster was found on the beach near the business district of Montauk, New York, in July 2008. It was officially passed off as a turtle without it's shell, a dog or more famously, a raccoon.
An unidentified human remain also washed up on shore as well. No one seemed to want to comment on this finding but eye witnesses say he was tall at approx 6'2, and partially decomposed. It was reported as having long fingers and puncture holes in the skull. Rumor has it this is another 'experiment' from Plum Island.
As for the monster? On August 7, 2008, State and government officials stated the unidentified creature was most likely a dog, and would be taken to a nearby facility for analysis and study.
It wouldn't be something from Plum Island Lab would it?
This is from the Agricultural Magazine:
"There are no secrets at Plum Island—but there is great caution. In foot-and-mouth disease alone, the Plum Island scientific team is working with a virus that, if loosed on the U.S. livestock population, could cost anywhere from $54 million to $690 million to control even a small outbreak—and that doesn't even consider the approximately $4 billion annual loss in export sales of U.S. beef.
Because of the dreadful potential consequences of that one disease, Congress decreed in the early 1950's that the FMD virus could only be studied off the U.S. mainland—in other words, on an island."
Dreadful potential consequences? Would that mean if we moved this "lab" to the mainland it could be a danger?
Plum Island is moving to Kansas. Yep- straight to the Heartland where it's diseases can be spread throughout the country.
It's all to familiar in Kansas, but has our Homeland Security heard of tornado's? Famous in those parts of America. Oh but I'm sure they have planned for that. Or maybe we can just look forward to one of it's uncommitted accidents that will spread life-threatening diseases to the crops and animals and people located in Kansas, and spread from there.
But yes, it it true that Plum Island is for sale. Never mind the birds, animals, ticks and so forth that live there and carry horrific diseases. Or the dirt and ground that I'm sure many 'bodies' of animals or heck even humans have been buried, it is a beautiful place. Any takers?
Listen, there is so much more information to give, so many cover-ups and lies. This is just a glance at the real story. All I wanted to do by writing this was give you a taste of truth and if I made you start to question the Government, or Plum Island, good.