Always remember that when it comes to celebrity advice, following the money is easier than taking a trip to the bathroom. However, you may want to shower or at least wash your hands after doing so. I saw a “PSA”… Read More ›
Harvey, an elf who asked that we use only his first name, expressed dismay at the duo’s ignorance of a disease for which they have long claimed to be experts and advocates. “We’ve had some elves hit hard by Lyme. It’s tough when you have so much occupational exposure to ticks while caring for reindeer in the off season.”
A dramatization of some actual, some probable and some made-up-for-kicks-but-could-be-true-events that comprise one of the most horrifying human rights abuses of all time: Lyme disease.
FACT: All of this medical abuse is a direct result of the lies spoken and published by the ALDF/CDC/Yale enterprise since the early 1990s. That’s right: 25 years of ABUSE heaped upon FAILURE TO TREAT a real, organic illness that Allen Steere said was similar to cancer, before he said it was just a bum knee.
Forgive my bitterness, but I just might want my worst enemy to get Lyme disease.
One may ask, “Beaux, who is your worst enemy?” I’d respond, “Do I have to pick just one?”
You’re bitten by a borrelia-infected tick. The borrelia shed their outer surface, which is covered in toxic, fungal-type antigens called outer surface proteins (Osps). 85% of the population are immunologically disabled by the likes of OspA, and are susceptible to… Read More ›
To recap: The government says women are more likely to get immunosuppression diseases but denies that they are real diseases with a valid biologic cause and says to “treat the symptoms” with pharmaceuticals even though such drugs are contraindicated for, and can even cause death in, this patient population.
“Ticks that feed on asymptomatic humans or those whose only symptom is an arthritic knee, ingest spirochetes that have been “primed” to become suddenly super-virulent when transferred to a new host–usually an innocent little mouse.”
“This is a good thing–no, a great thing. It proves that we are doing our job, advocating for patients, and raising their hopes so that when their hopes are dashed again, we will be there to poll them on how it affected their symptoms.”