Lyme Disease: Bioweapon created on PLUM ISLAND, Long Island Ny



There are woollier claims about what’s been going on at t
secretive bioweapons laboratory on Plum Island for the past 60
years but I’ll cover those at another time, so as not to taint
the pristine chain of evidence presented here that establishes
the origins of the modern day Lyme disease epidemic in the US.

If you look on a map at the distribution of Lyme disease,
you’ll find that the epidemiological “bullseye” is Plum Island, an 840-
acre glacial moraine off the northeastern tip of Long Island,
New York and just 9 miles from the Connecticut shore. Since
1956, Plum Island has been the site of a secretive USDA Animal
Disease Center that is off-limits to the public.

 

Lyme disease–carrying ticks are now in half of all U.S. counties

The ticks that transmit Lyme disease, a debilitating flulike illness caused by Borrelia bacteria, are spreading rapidly across the United States. A new study shows just how rapidly. Over the past 20 years, the two species known to spread the disease to humans have together advanced into half of all the counties in the United States.

Lyme disease cases have tripled in the United States over the last 2 decades, making it the most commonly reported vector-borne disease in the Northern Hemisphere. The disease now affects around 300,000 Americans each year. If diagnosed early—a rash commonly appears around the site of the tick bite—Lyme can be effectively treated with antibiotics, but longer term infections can produce more serious symptoms, including joint stiffness, brain inflammation, and nerve pain.

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