Feel free to help me by adding what you know to the comments. Let this be a group blog/study group.
Before we start, let’s look at what IDSA and the ALDF/CDC criminals are up to:
Here you see the IDSA wants to assess whether or not people were immunosuppressed BEFORE being affected by OspA-ish immune suppressing blebs shed by borrelia (a new form of victim blaming). The second announcement is where a British company will buy the criminal lab Imugen, and make a similar statement (that people are immunosuppressed BEFORE they were bitten by ticks, rather than as a result of):
They’ll probably try to say the psychiatric condition caused the immunosuppression, rather than the tick bite caused the immunosuppression and resultant PTSD from IDSA’s and the CDC’s victim blaming abuse.
“Consistent with strategic vision: Imugen’s business fits well with our strategy to focus on immune-regulated conditions. Tick-borne disease fits within our target markets as, if untreated, they can become chronic infections. In addition, like TB, they can prey on those with weakened immune systems. Similar to our current products, Imugen’s tests derive many of their proprietary insights through prosecuting the immune system.
It’s the opposite, exposure to OspA and similar antigens shed on blebs are what weakens the immune system. Here is the IDSA and the criminal Imugen with a new form of victim-blaming. They’re admitting to the immunosuppression but trying to claim it happened BEFORE the tick bite.
Nice. Transparent, low-life move, though. It’s a really stupid and transparent attempt to make the victim-blaming witch hunt sound scientific. But no one is able to assess another person’s immune status PRIOR to the tick attachment event.
What do we know?
1) Francis Collins threatened me when I called the NIH to ask if anyone could tell me what OspA was (2012, March-April). This was after his office routed me around the NIH, finding no answer (of course they are not going to say OspA was pam3cys, that would be the NIH publicly admitting OspA and Lyme cause immunosuppression rather than “was a vaccine,” and “is an autoimmune bad knee” – the official party line). I had called back to say, “No one you referred me to in the NIH knows what OspA is, what now?”
2) Adrianna Marques was a bitch to me on the phone after Roland Martin left NINDS and they found out OspA was responsible for the MS-ish outcome of Lyme (2006):
3) Then Marques went over to NIAID and joined the crooks crew, ALDF (go look) and speaks for them, now.
4) Pat Coyle left Lyme altogether & is just in MS, screams at Lyme patients who ask her about Lyme in her MS talks – and this girl is the most emotionless flat faced person you ever saw, so that was really surprising:
Seronegative chronic relapsing neuroborreliosis.
5) Ray Dattwyler jumped ship. Used to say Lyme was seronegative, said just about ZERO cases of bad knee at the 1994 FDA meeting on serology for the vaccines, and that treatment failed in half the cases, that “the seronegative patients were the sickest,” and prob due to “pathogenic changes prior to treatment.”
Developed a seronegative Lyme T cell assay that Steere later used to assess:
Chronic neurologic manifestations of Lyme disease.
6) Dave Dorward left Spirochete Study at NIH RML due to harassment by the Sweeg gang.
7) UOS and Willy Burgdorfer were threatened by ****** ***** at RML:
“February 28, 2007, the UNDER OUR SKIN film crew interviewed Willy Burgdorfer, Ph.D., M.D., and Scientist Emeritus at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), for three hours at his home in Hamilton, Montana. Dr. Burgdorfer is the discoverer and namesake of the spirochete (a type of bacterium) that causes Lyme disease, called Borrelia burgdorferi.
“Just as we began filming, there was a pounding on the door, and we found ourselves facing someone who turned out to be a top researcher at the nearby Rocky Mountain Laboratories, a biolevel-4 NIH research facility. Standing on the porch, our uninvited guest said, “I’ve been told that I need to supervise this interview. This comes from the highest levels. There are things that Willy can’t talk about.” We were stunned. After all, Dr. Burgdorfer had been retired from the lab since 1986. We were there to talk to a private citizen, about the history of a very public discovery that had put him on the short list for a Nobel Prize. Earlier that year, the NIH had refused our requests to interview any of their Lyme researchers. What was going on? Why would the NIH want to censor information about the fastest growing bug-borne disease in the United States? Fortunately, our iron-willed film director, Andy Abrahams Wilson, turned the NIH handler away, and what followed was an amazingly candid interview about Lyme disease—its dangers and its controversies.”
8) Joe Breen definitely knows all about this – and by this I mean all that is in the Occam’s Razor:
(and me, phone conversation, March-April, 2012), was head of NIH BACT & MYCO LABS !!, and now will run a CFIDS study, which sounds like a demotion. He was right under Fauci. Makes no sense. Seems like a demotion or damage control.
What else. Sweeg and Durland threatening, stalking, wiretapping and harassing the Forschners:
9) McSweegan & Fish stalking and wiretapping the Lyme Foundation and calling it “clairvoyance” at the depositions.
Here are Sweeg and Durland in emails talking about stalking and trashing the Forschners in 1995:
10) NIH RML saying it is the blebs causing the disease in a patent. Now, this is the LUAT, which the crooks hammered Nick Harris (Igenex) over. And there is a new blebs test out by Ceres? I believe that is a nano-bleb capture test, but as we know, it does not matter since Lyme and LYMErix cause a slow sepsis, since OspA is fungal and causes immunosuppression:
An NIH patent, explaining how Lyme causes LYMErix-disease:
“The invention relates to novel antigens associated with Borrelia burgdorferi which are exported (or shed) in vivo and whose detection is a means of diagnosing Lyme disease. The antigens are extracellular membrane vesicles and other bioproducts including the major extracellular protein antigen. Another object of the invention is to provide antibodies, monoclonal and/or polyclonal, labeled and/or unlabeled, that are raised against the antigens. A further object of the invention is to provide a method of diagnosing Lyme disease by detecting the antigens in a biological sample taken from a host using the antibodies in conventional immunoassay formats. Another object of the invention is to provide kits, for the diagnosis of Lyme disease, comprising the antibodies and ancillary reagents. The advantage of the antibodies used in the invention is that they react with the antigens from geographically diverse strains of Borrelia burgdorferi, but do not react with antigens from related Borrelia spirochetes.”
2011, THE BLEBS ARE COVERED IN SLYMERIX>>> “Although we uncovered the existence of at least 10 distinct OM complexes harboring several unique subunits, the complexome is dominated by the frequent occurrence of a limited diversity of membrane proteins, most notably P13, outer surface protein (Osp) A, -B, -C, and -D and Lp6.6.”
Characterization of multiprotein complexes of the Borrelia burgdorferi outer membrane vesicles.
11) Anthony Fauci saying LYMErix was scientifically valid on the CNN Lou Dobbs’ show, completely clueless as to what it was, and that it had been ordered off the market by the FDA 1 year and a half earlier:
“We’ve had an effective vaccine, but it’s the kind of vaccine that you have to essentially vaccinate people each year. And from the standpoint of it’s use, it has not been used as efficiently as it could have been used. So scientifically, we had a vaccine and still do have a vaccine, but it’s not really well used.” — Fauci
Fauci later said this:
“Or, in some cases, the work might need to be classified. Fauci notes that the NIH does not do classified studies. ‘We would have to refer it to an agency that does classified research, because we don’t,’ he says.”
12) CDC officer and former head of the NIH’s Rocky Mountain Bioweapons lab in Montana, ALAN BARBOUR, says the following mysterious things about Borrelia and the brain, obviously bass ackwards. First in 1986, he says Relapsing Fever borrelia are so well known to infect the brain, brains used to be the storage media. Then in 1998, he says Relapsing Fever organisms were never studied, in terms of brain infections, while Lyme borrelia were.
And in 1998, he says this…
It’s whacked, he’s always known all Borreliae were neurotropic.