Under the Eighth amendment, criminals are protected from torture. What about ordinary citizens who have done no wrong but became chronically ill from a tick bite? Where is our protection from cruel and unusual punishment, withholding of medical care, the torture that is every day existence, just trying to survive when nobody will even admit that we’re deathly ill? All while the government and academic frauds who redefined the disease to exclude our cases and leave us in a medical purgatory torture chamber, are continually allowed free reign to act as arbiters of scientific truth in the realm of tick borne diseases.
We are treated worse than criminals.
What do you do when someone assaults you? You call the cops. We’ve done that, many times. FBI, Attorneys General, DOJ, ICC. It seems nobody has an interest in protecting you and me from government-sanctioned torture. It’s too hard. There are too many criminals. They are too powerful. The crime is too big.
I don’t know the answer. Protest used to be the answer to problems like this. What do we do, aside from making everyone see that the fungal gunk shed by spirochetes causes a B cell AIDS?
Here is a short video explaining a recent grant application by Linden Hu of Tufts University. Linden Hu coauthored with Mark Klempner the fake “retreatment” study that became the basis for the existing IDSA Lyme guidelines. This grant signifies a complete about-face, acknowledging what Kathleen Dickson has been saying for 16 years and presented to the FDA in 2001. “Chronic lyme” is a disease of immune suppression, or tolerance and cross tolerance.