January 12, 2018
I put this in depth timeline together over the last few weeks detailing the alarming reality of biological weapons testing and development. I think the emergence of Lyme disease is a direct result of weaponizing disease on Plum Island. I think Borrelia burgdorferi is much more valuable as a bioweapon than most people realize. People think that bioweapons are meant to kill large amounts of people at once. But this is not true.
Some bioweapons are meant to tire and exhaust rather than maim and kill. A slow acting, stealth agent like Borrelia burgdorferi and Mycoplasma that take years to fully come online in some instances, is a much more effective bioweapon because by the time the scope of infection is realized, containment is almost impossible. It goes under the radar and infects a ton of people and spreads over the years. It tires out the healthcare system with chronic illness that they can't diagnose correctly. The tests are highly unreliable.
Check out my timeline:
April 9, 2009
Lyme disease has same symptoms of many other things, and hard to diagnosis, we had a doctor that specialized in it. Sorry to tell you if this was weaponized in takes a very long time to reach 2-3rd stages, yes is debilitating and symptoms can vary between people. Since it is a tick born disease, your enemy has to come in contact with it first, and then months if not years can go by not seeing symptoms. Not very likely it is a weapon.
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