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All MS is Lyme disease ?

never saw this page before.... but worth reading?

* http://www.owndoc.com/lyme/multiple-sclerosis-is-lyme-disease-anatomy-of-a-cover-up/

read the whole page on the above link...

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Perhaps the biggest ongoing medical scandal of the past hundred years is the fact that it has been known since 1911 that Multiple Sclerosis is caused by a bacterium, and that the medical establishment covered this up, in order to make money selling symptom relievers to MS patients. Since 1911, overwhelmingly much medical research has been conducted where living Borrelia bacteria were found in the brains of people who were diagnosed with MS.

Time and time again. By at least a dozen medical researchers. In at least ten countries. Since 1911 – the past one hundred years. Several older but also recent autopsy findings linked to in this article found that all deceased MS patients’ brains harbored living Lyme spirochetes. Even when tests, notorious for their large percentage of false negatives were used on living MS patients, staggeringly many tested positive for active Lyme borreliosis.

Then why isn’t this common knowledge? Surely, those thousands of MS experts and MS researchers can’t be all wrong?

Let’s examine the reality on the ground.

1. Multiple Sclerosis Societies.

Every Western country has at least one MS Society. Each of those tax-exempt societies typically receives tens of millions of dollars in funding from various sources, year after year. The people running those societies usually award themselves CEO-level salaries and run them as one would run a highly commercial corporation. Advertising is used to solicit funds but if you don’t read ads then you’ll bump into them, one day, begging you for money on the street. For all those billions that have been pumped over the decades in those hundreds of MS societies worldwide, not a single one has ever done anything really useful for MS patients. The worst that could possibly happen for the bosses of those setups is that the cause of MS would become known. A known cause would either mean the development of either a cure or at least better symptom relievers, and that would rapidly result in the obsoleteness of their money making machine – the chicken that lays the golden eggs if you will. Such MS societies are working in concert with MS “researchers” employed by Big Pharma.

2. Big Pharma.

Multinational pharmaceutical corporations are the only ones doing MS research nowadays, mainly using donations to MS societies. Those multinationals decide which researchers get the cash. Researchers wanting to test the postulation of bacterial etiology of MS are shunned as if they were crackpots. Big Pharma makes billions a year on MS symptom relievers and they trickle millions down to their footsoldiers, the “MS experts”. A cure would be a severe financial blow. Even more so, because there is strong evidence that many other neurological illnesses are caused by germs as well. Because due to the phenomenon of immune privilege there is an inadequate immune response in the brain and spinal cord, making these organs the ideal place for certain slow-dividing spirochetal bacteria to entrench, multiply and cause lesions. The entire concept of antibiotic-resistant, hard-to-test-for chronic CNS infections leading to a dearth of neurological syndromes has to be suppressed and what can’t be suppressed will be craftily discredited. Better to give every expression of a neurological infection its own name such as “MS”, “Alzheimers”, “Parkinsons,” “ALS” and “Fibromyalgia”. And fund armies of ignorant “experts” to obfuscate the issue, whilst boycotting, firing, censoring, smearing and suing those few real experts that refuse to stay in line. Big Pharma is in business to make money, and money is made when people are ill, not when they’re healthy. Anyone standing in their way is relegated to the sidelines. Patents are being bought and shelved so that cures will never see the light of day.

3. Patient advocacy groups.

MS patient groups are, without exception, populated with clueless individuals for the simple reason that those who did their homework and read the relevant research have been ostracized by the group. They always were and they always will, because that’s how group dynamics works. As soon as you insist on voicing an opinion outside of the mainstream, no matter how well argued – you’ll be an outcast, a pariah. They don’t want rogue activists, “lone nutters”, giving them a bad name. Also the advocacy groups are raking in the dough and are run by folks whose main concern is that membership dues are paid in time. No MS, no advocacy group. Of course if there ever will emerge a lobby group insisting on more microbiological research pertaining Multiple sclerosis, they’ll be branded “lunatic fringe” and their efforts will be in vain.

4. MS “experts”.

Those “experts” get away with calling themselves thus, because Big Pharma gives them their seal of approval in the form of research grants and medical media exposure. However they are only experts in doing exactly what Big Pharma wants them to do: Obscuring the cause of Multiple Sclerosis! In return, the “experts” get regular cash injections for their “promising research” and other goodies such as all-in holidays to exotic destinations. There never will be a cure for MS until the scandal breaks and new antibiotics are developed that work better than the few currently available antibiotics that cross the blood-brain barrier. As it stands, it has been more than twenty years ago since any new antibiotic was developed. As soon as it was found that Minocycline helped with MS, its manufacturer, Lederle, tripled its price.

After long consideration I came to the conclusion that at least a crucial part of this debâcle was due to a real conspiracy – mainly a conspiracy of silence of those few MS researchers bright enough to realize that the cause for MS has been known for at least a hundred years. As is always the case with medical cover-ups, it continues to exist due to a mix of ignorance, indifference, cowardice and corruption. The saying goes: “Do not attribute to malice that what can be adequately blamed on ignorance”. All the “experts” really are interested in is being “experts”, not curing Multiple sclerosis. However it still is a conspiracy. It is completely normal for conspiracies to succeed because the lion share of the people who could point it out don’t care, are too lazy to get educated or feel too intimidated to stick out their necks. Microbiologist Tom Grier calls them cowards. The fact that most conspiracies are silently facilitated by an army of “useful idiots” with a stake in it being kept under the rug does not make it any less a conspiracy.

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deleted_user
deleted_user

I agree with you totally Larry, I was diagnosed with MS in March 1998, but eight months before that I was bitten by a tick, of course they did a lyme test but it was not the western blot. It came back negative. In 2008 I went to this clinic in Reno, Nv. I was tested again for lyme (western blot) This time it was positive. I have lyme, I have always felt that is why I got MS.

I lost my harddrive and lost this group just now found again, I'm so happy!!
Trish
lchoppel
lchoppel

I would hate to think that this conspiracy theory is actually true. I would lose trust in all of the medical professionals, not only for MS, but for othe diseases, lilke cancer.
STEVP
STEVP

So what is the treatment for lyme disease?
Narey
Narey

Ichoppel, have you heard of the video about Dr. Burzynski? www.burzynskimovie.com

Burzynski, the Movie is the story of a medical doctor and Ph.D biochemist named Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski who won the largest, and possibly the most convoluted and intriguing legal battle against the Food & Drug Administration in American history.

His victorious battles with the United States government were centered around Dr. Burzynski's gene-targeted cancer medicines he discovered in the 1970's called Antineoplastons, which have currently completed Phase II FDA-supervised clinical trials in 2009 and could begin the final phase of FDA testing in 2011–barring the ability to raise the required $150 million to fund the final phase of FDA clinical trials.

When Antineoplastons are approved, it will mark the first time in history a single scientist, not a pharmaceutical company, will hold the exclusive patent and distribution rights on a paradigm-shifting medical breakthrough.
deleted_user
deleted_user

its definately a reality- my reality as i have been dx with lyme/mycoplasma induced multiple sclerosis

annother goodread id : when to suspect lyme disease by dr. bleiweiss
and aslo articles written by donald scott on mycopla sma and our government
Narey
Narey

Hey, gr8ceful, have you read this one of Scott's books? Truly amazing read.

http://www.amazon.com/Extremely-Unfortunate-Skull-Valley-Incident/dp/1553695542/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1311097653&sr=8-1
deleted_user
deleted_user

narey
i havent read it yet- having reading/vision issues rright now but it is on my lisy.
i have only recently read scotts articles. thanks for the recommendation
have a good night;)
deleted_user
deleted_user

Hi Larry, thanks for this post. I was bitten by a tick at age 13 and then developed Rheumatoid Arthritis. At 20, I was diagnosed with MS, but oddly, the RA took a back seat and only flares up occasionally since then. At 26, although I never found a tick bite, I developed Lyme's symptoms, was tested and treated for Lyme's when the test came back positive. The doctor was dumbfounded when the test was positive... she was sure it wouldn't... but if I had it from age 13, perhaps that would explain not ever finding the tick bite at 26. Anyway, at age 39, I developed terrible Lyme's symptoms after a tick bite (which were easily differentiated from my usual MS symptoms like at 26) and after months of testing and then unfortunately getting pregnant before being treated, I was finally treated for Lyme's without ever being officially diagnosed. (I was in Europe and the 3 ticks that cause Lyme's there are different than the one kind of tick in America. My military doctor sent my blood sample to a lab in America (military protocol), and the test was negative, but that is because I was not bitten in America by the sort of tick the American test tests for. Since the symptoms were unbearable and I was already pregnant, instead of testing my blood using a lab in Europe which would have added time to the treatment, I was treated with one antibiotic for a month instead of the standard two antibiotic regimen that helped me at age 26.

At 26 and 39, antibiotic treatments both times took away the Lyme's symptoms after tick bites. But, after the tick bite at 13, I developed arthritis, and I wouldn't doubt for a minute that was Lyme's related. In fact, a lot of arthritis patients find relief on long term antibiotic treatment. I've even heard of several people who had arthritis that originated with untreated Lyme's. And untreated Lyme's looks a lot, if not exactly like, MS... so I could totally see that perhaps all MS is indeed Lyme's originated.

I agree that MS is somehow a sacred (cash) cow and that a lot of different people are motivated to not find a cure. Granted, they might not be evil people per se, but if their livelihood would be threatened by actually helping people with MS get better, then they would be highly motivated to stay silent... and keep patients dependent on whatever keeps their mortgages paid.

As you say, there is not any one great mastermind who is behind a conspiracy to see us all suffer... just a whole bunch of "useful idiots" that are only working for their own interests and in the process end up being part of a greater conspiracy.

It takes bravery like you've displayed to even discuss non mainstream ideas... so thank you Larry. I will study your post and all of the supporting information you've discussed at great length. :)
GraceinMotion
GraceinMotion

So is MS indeed really undiagnosed Lyme's disease or are MS and Lyme's two separate illnesses?
Group FounderLarryLDN
LarryLDN

I don't know, as far as I know I've never been bitten by a tick and my Lyme tests were negative.
GraceinMotion
GraceinMotion

I was told recently (and backed up by research) that the Lyme's test I took was no good and unreliable resulting in many false negatives. To my knowledge I've never been bitten by a tick but now evidence is showing that Lyme's can be contracted other ways and also by mosquitos. I'm wondering if I should invest the time and money if further testing.
Group FounderLarryLDN
LarryLDN

well, mosquitoes loved me a whole lot more before LDN. I wonder the same thing too.. but my neuros know best & LDN is helping keeping me fairly stable.

I was told certain labs thought they did it right & the one my neuro in NY used thought they knew best.
deleted_user
deleted_user

Wow... So, according to MSmile's reply, if I grew up in Europe, but was tested for Lymes in the US the test means nothing. So glad I saw this. Thanks
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