To me, only truth bears hope. Truth is raw, distasteful, sometimes shocking, and can even be dispiriting, at first. But it doesn’t wear disguises, doesn’t make false promises, and doesn’t cost a thing.
The fact of the matter is that “chronic Lyme,” the outcome that was eliminated from the case definition at Dearborn in 1994, is tick bite post-sepsis AIDS, an immunosuppression disease. Many different scientific groups agree on this matter, including the crooks who sought to capitalize on our suffering.
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.
Consider the whistle blown on the fake Meningitis B vaccines, on this, the Ides of March, 2017. Funny little coincidence there. Cheers.
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?”
People inherently believe that they are good and righteous, and the unfortunate truth is that they are mostly too self-centered to realize that they actually suck. Still, if we put ourselves in the abandoners’ shoes, would we have passed the same judgment, or would we have been a comfort to them in their illness?
I just wanted to let the CDC know that I’m thinking of them this Halloween. It must be tough to go to work every day dressed up as a scientist, while knowing deep down that you’re just a total douchebag covered in a lab coat.
We are all vulnerable. Look out for each other. Don’t share the garbage snake oil ads. Share the truth. Help people get out of the freaking woods, for God’s sake.
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 ›