Health Supreme by Sepp Hasslberger



October 27, 2015

Multiple sclerosis is Lyme disease: Anatomy of a cover-up

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 Big-Pharma-controlled medical-industrial complex covered this up in order to make money selling symptom relievers to MS patients. At the lower levels there is no cover-up at all, but simply human nature at work, as we wrote about here, to dispel the notion that we are "conspiracy theorists". 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.

Alzheimer and Parkinson's disease expert Dr. Alan B. MacDonald M.D., Staff Pathologist at the St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center, wrote:

(published online 10 July 2006 in Volume 67, Issue 4, page 819-832 in Medical Hypotheses)

"Conventional thinking about spirochetal cyst forms is divided between two polar spheres of influence; one a majority community that completely denies the existence of spirochetal cyst forms, and a second group of academically persecuted individuals who accepts the precepts of such antebellum scientists as Schaudinn, Hoffman, Dutton, Levaditi, Balfour, Fantham, Noguchi, McDonough, Hindle, Steiner, Ingraham, Coutts, Hampp, Warthin, Ovcinnikov, and Delamater. Microscopic images of cystic spirochetes are difficult to ignore, but as has been the case in this century, academic "endowments" have nearly expunged all cystic spirochetal image data from the current textbook versions of what is the truth about the spirochetaceae. If the image database from the last century is obliterated; many opportunities to diagnose will be lost. Variously sized cystic spirochetal profiles within diseased nerve cells explain the following structures: Lewy body of Parkinson's disease, Pick body, ALS spherical body, Alzheimer plaque. Borrelia infection is therefore a unifying concept to explain diverse neurodegenerative diseases, based not entirely on a corkscrew shaped profile in diseased tissue, but based on small, medium and large caliber rounded cystic profiles derived from pathogenic spirochetes which are hiding in plain sight."

The instruction to new radiologists literally is: "There must be other ways to impress your colleagues". As in: "Don't be a wise guy and know your place". They must have had "trouble" with "wise guys" before. A Radiologist's Lyme diagnosis is of no value and has to be self-censored when the MD that requested the MRI suspects it is MS. Otherwise the Radiologist is just looking for attention, "trying to impress his colleagues". Because "Lyme is much rarer than MS". Yeah. Based on the opinion of doctors, based on statistics those doctors made up out of thin air, based on their baseless opinions. Not on actual scientific research. The actual research always finds spirochetes in MS's patients brains. Except when this "research" is paid for by companies selling symptom relievers for MS and other neurological syndromes. We found 25 (twenty-five) studies where living Lyme bacteria were found in the brains of Multiple Sclerosis patients. We list twenty in this article and we make an additional five of the most recent research studies available for download as PDF's further on. I remind you that even when taking the "debunking" studies at face value, absence of evidence in some studies is not at all evidence of absence in the real world (spirochetes in the brain of MS patients), especially not because of the simultaneous presence of undeniable evidence, shown in the studies summarized later.

"Ruling the medical machine by decree" is the norm everywhere. Dissidents must have mental issues, they're "trying to impress their colleagues". No one in the modern western medical machine cares, or is allowed to care, about medical science. Everything is geared towards maximizing Big Pharma's profits and paying tribute to the royally remunerated "experts" in their ivory towers. Doctors have degenerated into vulgar drug pushers with a veneer of professional legitimacy. The grim reality is that Western doctors are wholly disinterested in their profession or their patients' wellbeing and even if they are, they lack the guts to stand up against the machine. And even if they would, they would get crushed like those few that do rebel and find themselves made examples of.

The painful truth is: There is no such thing as Multiple Sclerosis. It's the name of a symptom. A symptom of a disease of "unknown" cause. But the real cause has been known for a hundred years: The spirochete Bb s.l., Borrelia burgdorferi, the bacterium that causes Lyme neuroborreliosis, Lyme disease. MS doesn't exist. MS is Lyme neuroborreliosis. MS is Lyme disease. It's a bacterial infection you can get from a tick bite, amongst many other suspected infectious pathways.

No one in the MS patient advocacy community or in the MS research community, let alone the self-appointed "MS expert" doctors will react favorably when you mention the proven cause of MS Lyme spirochetes. MS patients don't like to see themselves as "infected with a tick bacillus". A worrisome concept indeed, and of course even though the cause of MS is officially "unknown", the "expert" will dismiss any involvement of bacteria in the strongest of terms. Those "experts", knowing full well that they have no clue, fear any challenge to their authority and often choose the attack as their best defense. They know all too well their only task is to prescribe useless pills. Big Pharma would like to keep their monopoly on symptom relievers till there are no humans left on this planet to cheat out of their money. The MS advocacy groups and societies will politely ask you to keep your rather unpopular opinion to yourself. You'll be at best considered eccentric and at worst a delusional nuisance.

But were those 15 researchers who said they found living Lyme bacteria (spirochetes) in the brains of a great majority of Multiple sclerosis patients all lying?

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2009 (Romania): Controversies in late Neuroborreliosis and Multiple sclerosis case series

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Multiple sclerosis is Lyme disease: Anatomy of a cover-up


posted by Sepp Hasslberger on Tuesday October 27 2015
updated on Thursday January 26 2017

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Readers' Comments

Cal Crilly writes:

"there's also a massive vitamin D deficiency epidemic going on because we use computers too much and don't go outside while some people are on diets devoid of D as well, there's also all the diet coke drinkers who get MS from aspartame
Any pathogen that lands itself in the myelin sheath could cause MS so Lyme is one, bacteria and fungus could cause it too and then there's just plain autoimmune attack on the sheath, I would say it has to be multi-factors

In recent years, increasing attention has been paid to the possible association between MS and vitamin D deficiency. Here, we review the current literature between MS and vitamin D, showing clear evidence that vitamin D deficiency is a risk factor for MS despite the lack of direct evidence for the effects of vitamin D in MS progression. "

Update in vitamin D and multiple sclerosis.

Posted by: Sepp Hasslberger on October 28, 2015 07:28 AM


from an email comment:

"I thought I'd read everything out there on rhuematoid conditions and Lyme but had not come across the article in your update. I've saved the whole article for my own use and will save all the PDF articles and audio/video files within.

Have you read - "The Road Back... " by Dr Thomas McPherson Brown and Henry Scammell? It's an incredible book. I've read it twice now and will read it again soon. It is Dr Brown's 40 year career in one tome. It contains a chapter on Lyme Disease. Dr Brown successfully treated over 10,000 patients rheumatoid arthritis and many 1,000s more indirectly through patients' general practitioners. Check out the Road Back Foundation and look-up a video on YouTube featuring Dr Brown."

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