There are woollier claims about what’s been going on at the secretive bioweapons laboratory on Plum Island for the past 60 years but I’ll cover those at another time, so as not to taint the pristine chain of evidence presented here that establishes the origins of the modern day Lyme disease epidemic in the US.
If you look on a map at the distribution of Lyme disease, you’ll find that the epidemiological “bullseye” is Plum Island, an 840-acre glacial moraine off the northeastern tip of Long Island, New York and just 9 miles from the Connecticut shore. Since 1956, Plum Island has been the site of a secretive USDA Animal Disease Center that is off-limits to the public.
It is known that the US military conducted tests to weaponize ticks and that Plum Island was specifically named as a site for biowarfare research, leading many to speculate that ticks infected with the spirochete bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi had somehow escaped the lab, infecting deer, birds and an ever-widening circle of people in the US Northeast and Midwest. The suspicions of those afflicted with Lyme disease have been exacerbated by the reluctance of many doctors to diagnose and treat this very serious and debilitating condition.
Such suspicions were all but confirmed if not widely-publicized by research published by two attorneys working independently of one another, John Loftus author of ‘The Belarus Secret’ (1982) and Michael Carroll, author of ‘Lab 257’ (2004), which included copious documents, as well as firsthand accounts of biowarfare projects employing Paperclip Nazis and weaponized ticks being intentionally released onto the island by workers at Animal Disease Center.
Further, 60% of Chronic Lyme patients are co-infected with several strains of mycoplasma, the most common being Mycoplasma fermentans, which happens to be patented by the US Army.
Based on the works of Loftus and Carroll, Melissa Dykes of TruthstreamMedia makes a slam-dunk case in this video to link WWII Nazi scientist and Rockefeller Institute alumnus, Dr. Erich Traub with the early stages of a secret US biowarfare program established on Plum Island. She also shares the trials that her mother has undergone to receive adequate treatment from doctors who have denied her condition, saying that it was impossible to contract Lyme in Missouri where she lived. This, despite her exhibiting the hallmark “bullseye” rash that accompanies an initial infection with Borrelia burgdorferi. Hopefully, this work can lead to justice for the 300,000+ Americans who suffer from this disease.