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.
OspA on a spirochete, injected by tick, and OspA in LYMErix, injected by syringe, BOTH caused neuro-Lyme, which is post-sepsis syndrome. So they changed the case definition to exclude the neuro cases and get the “vaccine” approved. LYMErix is long gone, but ticks are still maiming people with OspA, and the victims cannot get diagnosed because of the fake testing. End of story.
The real outcome of tick bite infections…is an AIDS like disease, also called post-sepsis syndrome or endotoxin tolerance or immunoparalysis, and is a well known chronic illness outcome, with reactivated latent herpes virus infections of all kinds…We demand this be investigated.
So, they knew how to diagnose Lyme, and they made a “vaccine” that they knew would cause the disease, and because they knew, they did not use their own, earlier patent, to assess the vaccine outcomes. Cool, huh?
We’re taking over medical science and science reporting. BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION: “Science,” “doctors” and the “journals” all defaulted. They left medicine up to the American Psychiatric Association and the DSM, and look what it got us. In the United… Read More ›
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 12, 2015 SASH Whistleblowers Declare Washington “Occupy” a Success Washington, D.C., June 12, 2015: Medical abuse-victims’ rights group Society for the Advancement of Scientific Hermeneutics (SASH) last week completed their planned grassroots protest and outreach efforts… Read More ›