LYME DISEASE AND THE SS ELBRUS
COLLABORATION BETWEEN THE NAZIS
AND COMMUNISTS IN CHEMICAL
AND BIOLOGICAL WARFARE
© 2011 RACHEL VERDON
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PLUM ISLAND IS NOT THE ORIGIN OF LYME DISEASE
Plum Island’s suspect agricultural animal research lab is the subject of numerous conspiracy theories, the hub of Nazi scientists fabricating Lyme spirochetes. Its laboratories lurking close to the shores of New England hold a legacy of mystery. A hop, skip and a jump away sit Long Island and the Connecticut coast, well within range of migrating birds, waterfowl and deer vectors easily fording rivers, deltas and across the Atlantic islandsMother Nature is not responsible for spreading Lyme disease. 44% of all US Lyme cases are in New York City and 80% on the eastern seaboard. Look at the adjacent map. Western Connecticut is almost void of infected ticks. The erratic geographical distribution of Lyme refutes Plum Island as a source. If birds were the vector, the full length of East Coast, Mississippi, and Pacific Flyways should be inundated. But they are not. Why the void?
Lyme disease is named after Old Lyme Connecticut, one of many woolen textile mill towns east of the Connecticut RiverThe Connecticut River flows north to south cutting the State in half; the river’s east banks have 12 times more Lyme infected deer ticks than the western half of Connecticut. Why?
There are 30 times more Lyme disease cases on the east side of the Connecticut River than the heavily populated west side of the statePlum Island is void of Lyme infected deer ticks while 1-1/2 miles away, Long Island is crawling with sick ticks. The same all-or-nothing pattern of Lyme infestation exists up and down dozens of islands off New England’s coast. WHY?