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Ticks Used As Biological Warfare
05-10-2014, 07:25 PM #1
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In all seriousness think about how throughout the nineteen seventies my friends and i were continuously outside almost every day and night rain or shine playing in fields and woods while running and walking and climbing all over trees and grass and rocks and leaves and ponds and streams and never once did we ever find even one single damn tick on us...

So far this spring we have already found three friggin ticks and one of them was attached to our dogs neck and another one was lurking on my mothers shirt and the other was crawling across our kitchen counter...

Unfortunately and frighteningly it would not be very difficult at all for someone to drive through or fly over a predetermined area and insidiously disperse a multitude of ticks infected with lyme disease...

İmage

Quote: When a large portion of the population is sick and unable to work, this puts an enormous strain on the economy. I predict that if we do not make this issue an immediate priority, our country will indeed become quickly disabled.

The next logical question would be...does Lyme Disease and it's coinfections fit into this scenerio?

Certain doctors and researchers feel that lyme disease and it's confections such as mycoplasma fermentens (patented by the U,S. Army) are actually microrganisms with excellent credentials for qualifying as disabling biowarfare agents

http://rense.com/general63/lyme.htm

İmage

Quote: Biological Weapon of Cold War or just rumors? It has been said that this specific disease has been created during the Cold war in USA.

People always were wondering, why, during the Soviet Union Period, almost all woods across the country, were spread with strange chemicals. After the spread there always were millions of dead insects in all area.

Now that the "spreads" in the woods are no longer being practiced, the quantity of people infected by Lyme disease increased in Russia. So many citizens of ex-soviet union started wondering if Lyme disease is a product of human beings and not a creation of the nature.

http://samelder.hubpages.com/hub/lyme_disease

İmage

Quote: 1. Lyme disease did not start appearing until the mid-1970s.
2. It’s one of the fastest growing infectious diseases in the US
3. It’s first recorded outbreak was in Old Lyme, Connecticut
4. Old Lyme, CT is directly across Long Island sound from Plum Island which for years the US government claimed was an entirely benign livestock disease research center.
5. Characteristically, the federal government lied about the fact that biological warfare experiments were conducted on the island for decades. They were forced to give up this charade in 1993 when a Newsday unearthed documents proving otherwise.
6. Extensive experiments were conducted on Plum Island that involved creating diseases and infecting ticks with them- all in the name of protecting America’s livestock
7. Like many clandestine research programs, Plum Island appears to have had former Nazi scientists in the role of advisors, specifically Dr. Erich Traub, who was in charge of the Third Reich’s virological and bacteriological warfare program in World War II.
http://www.nothing-is-incurable.com/2010...rfare.html

İmage
05-10-2014, 07:50 PM #2
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Yes it seems they get thicker by the year. It's really bad where we live. puke.gif

Quote:Certain doctors and researchers feel that lyme disease and it's confections such as mycoplasma fermentens (patented by the U,S. Army) are actually microrganisms with excellent credentials for qualifying as disabling biowarfare agents

Some say the Gulf War Syndrome is the result of such experiments.

http://www3.gulfwarvets.com/
http://www3.gulfwarvets.com/mycoplas.htm
http://www3.gulfwarvets.com/article.htm
05-10-2014, 08:08 PM #3
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(05-10-2014, 07:50 PM)Octo Wrote:  Yes it seems they get thicker by the year. It's really bad where we live. puke.gif

Quote:Certain doctors and researchers feel that lyme disease and it's confections such as mycoplasma fermentens (patented by the U,S. Army) are actually microrganisms with excellent credentials for qualifying as disabling biowarfare agents

Some say the Gulf War Syndrome is the result of such experiments.

http://www3.gulfwarvets.com/
http://www3.gulfwarvets.com/mycoplas.htm
http://www3.gulfwarvets.com/article.htm
Most likely contained within the vaccinations that so many soldiers were and still are forced to get?!
05-10-2014, 08:15 PM #4
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Without trying to freak anyone out...

I'm just showing the horrible and deadly reality of ticks...

Like these insidiously infested blood sucking vampires found upon the ear of a dog...

İmage
05-10-2014, 08:18 PM #5
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05-10-2014, 08:19 PM #6
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(05-10-2014, 08:08 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(05-10-2014, 07:50 PM)Octo Wrote:  Yes it seems they get thicker by the year. It's really bad where we live. puke.gif

Quote:Certain doctors and researchers feel that lyme disease and it's confections such as mycoplasma fermentens (patented by the U,S. Army) are actually microrganisms with excellent credentials for qualifying as disabling biowarfare agents

Some say the Gulf War Syndrome is the result of such experiments.

http://www3.gulfwarvets.com/
http://www3.gulfwarvets.com/mycoplas.htm
http://www3.gulfwarvets.com/article.htm
Most likely contained within the vaccinations that so many soldiers were and still are forced to get?!

Yes, so I hear. I don't remember if that was included in this documentary, but interesting watch even without it.

05-10-2014, 08:22 PM #7
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İmage
05-10-2014, 08:28 PM #8
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They are the nastiest creatures on this planet. I hate them so much.
05-10-2014, 11:48 PM #9
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(05-10-2014, 08:28 PM)Octo Wrote:  They are the nastiest creatures on this planet. I hate them so much.
I cant think of any positive reasons for the existence of ticks in nature and yet they have been around for over 100,000,000 years sucking and draining blood and spreading disease all over the earth and in my opinion they are lucifers pets and satans children and witches and wizards imps... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tick
05-11-2014, 12:31 AM #10
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It's frightening, they are one of mans real enemies. They are arachnids like spiders and scorpions, but they are parasitic.
As if that family needed a creepier member. damned.gif

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05-11-2014, 12:52 AM #11
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The exact cause of "Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome", PTLDS, is not yet known. Most medical experts believe that the lingering symptoms are the result of residual damage to tissues and the immune system that occurred during the infection. Similar complications and "auto–immune" responses are known to occur following other infections, including Campylobacter (Guillain-Barre syndrome), Chlamydia (Reiter's syndrome), and Strep throat (rheumatic heart disease). In contrast, some health care providers tell patients that these symptoms reflect persistent infection with Borrelia burgdorferi. Recent animal studies have given rise to questions that require further research, and clinical studies to determine the cause of PTLDS in humans are ongoing.

http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/postLDS/index.html

If I remember correctly a few of those dead microbiologists we into mycoplasma research.
05-11-2014, 03:08 AM #12
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Yeah, they are truly hellishly nasty critters...

....but I just can't hate.

Not even those little disgusting buggers.

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05-11-2014, 01:22 PM #13
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If you had a pet you'd start hating them damned.gif We picked 2 ticks off Mason the day before we got him a tick collar. gaah.gif
05-11-2014, 02:30 PM #14
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I hate 'em with a passion, spent a week in the hospital with a skull splitting headache after a um... hookup, and they never did find exactly what kind of crud it gave me that caused it.
Could have been a million things, those are some nasty disease carrying life forms.

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05-11-2014, 04:47 PM #15
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(05-11-2014, 02:30 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  I hate 'em with a passion, spent a week in the hospital with a skull splitting headache after a um... hookup, and they never did find exactly what kind of crud it gave me that caused it.
Could have been a million things, those are some nasty disease carrying life forms.
I was reading about how damn ticks are able to insidiously numb with a type of novocaine any area of flesh that they are about to attach themselves onto and burrow into and drain blood from so their victims wont be able to notice or feel their penetration like how the hell did they acquire that wonderful talent such an evil ability?!

A few years ago i was running my hand across my back and i felt something unusual and right away i knew what it was,a damn tick,deeply imbedded into my back and it was in a place that was so hard to reach and impossible to see without using a hand held mirror,almost like the little bastard knew where to go and i ended up digging the friggin vampiric blood sucker out of my body and it took around a month to heal,just like this disturbing photograph,but even deeper...

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