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Lyme Disease and Biological Warfare

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COMMENT: An impor­tant new book by Kris New­by sig­nif­i­cant­ly but­tress­es the body of lit­er­a­ture indi­cat­ing that Lyme Dis­ease was devel­oped as a bio­log­i­cal war­fare agent.

Lis­ten­ers and read­ers are emphat­i­cal­ly encour­aged to pur­chase and read her book.

In this post, we excerpt her work, pre­sent­ing bio­log­i­cal war­fare researcher Willy Burgdor­fer­’s on-cam­era con­fes­sion.

Inter­viewed by an indie film­mak­er named Tim Grey, Willy Burgdor­fer dis­cussed the devel­op­ment of Lyme Dis­ease as a bio­log­i­cal war­fare weapon. It was Burgdor­fer who “dis­cov­ered” the spiro­chete that caused Lyme Dis­ease in 1982. As we will see lat­er, it appears that more than one organ­ism is involved with Lyme Dis­ease.

(We have explored Lyme Dis­ease as a bio­log­i­cal war­fare weapon in FTR #‘s 480 and 585.)

Bit­ten: The Secret His­to­ry of Lyme Dis­ease and Bio­log­i­cal Weapons by Kris New­by; Harper­Collins [HC]; Copy­right 2019 by Kris New­by; ISBN 9780062896728; pp. 100–101.

. . . . “Let’s take your sci­en­tif­ic work, stud­ies that I have dis­cov­ered that were pub­lished in 1952 and 1956,” Grey said. “One being the inten­tion­al infect­ing of ticks. The sec­ond being the recom­bi­na­tion of four dif­fer­ent pathogens, two being spiro­chetal and two being viral. From a sim­ple pro­ce­dur­al stand­point, I think it’s safe to assume that the pur­pose of those stud­ies, at the height of the Cold War, on the heels of World War II, was to ensure that we were able to keep up with the rest of the world from a bio­log­i­cal war­fare stand­point . . . . Did you ques­tion that?”

Willy paused, then replied, “Ques­tion: Has [sic] Bor­re­lia Burgdor­feri have the poten­tial for bio­log­i­cal war­fare?” As tears welled up in Willy’s eyes, he con­tin­ued, “Look­ing at the data, it already has. If the organ­ism stays with­in the sys­tem, you won’t even rec­og­nize what it is. In your lifes­pan, it can explode . . . We eval­u­at­ed. You nev­er deal with that [as a sci­en­tist]. You can sleep bet­ter.”

Lat­er in the video, Grey cir­cled back to this top­ic and asked, “If there’s an emer­gence of a brand-new epi­dem­ic that has the tenets of all of those things that you put togeth­er, do you feel respon­si­ble for that?”

“Yeah. It sounds like through­out the thir­ty-eight years, I may have . . . The [lab] direc­tor tele­phoned me, ‘This is direc­tor so and so. I got some­body here from the FBI. Will you come down and we will ask a few ques­tions?’ Exact­ly the same thing. I recall all these dis­cus­sions,” Willy said.

Final­ly, after three hours and four­teen min­utes, Grey asked him the one ques­tion, the only ques­tion, he real­ly cared about: “Was the pathogen that you found in the tick that Allen Steere [the Lyme out­break inves­ti­ga­tor] gave you the same pathogen or sim­i­lar, or a gen­er­a­tional muta­tion, of the one you pub­lished in the paper . . . the paper from 1952?”

In response, Willy crossed his arms defen­sive­ly, took a deep breath, and stared into the cam­era for forty-three seconds—an eter­ni­ty. Then he looked away, down and to the right; he appeared to be work­ing through an inter­nal debate. The left side of his mouth briefly curled up, as if he is think­ing, “Oh, well.” Then anger flash­es across his face. “Yah,” he said, more in Ger­man than Eng­lish.

It was a stun­ning admis­sion from one of the world’s fore­most author­i­ties on Lyme dis­ease. If it was true, it meant that Willy had left out essen­tial data from his sci­en­tif­ic arti­cles on the Lyme dis­ease out­break, and that as the dis­ease spread like a wild­fire in the North­east and Great Lakes regions of the Unit­ed States, he was part of the cov­er-up of the truth. He seemed to be say­ing that Lyme wasn’t a nat­u­ral­ly occur­ring germ, one that may have got­ten loose and been spread by glob­al warm­ing, an explo­sion of deer, and oth­er envi­ron­men­tal changes. It had been cre­at­ed in a mil­i­tary bioweapons lab for the spe­cif­ic pur­pose of harm­ing human beings. . . .


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