The Lyme Disease Lie – Dr Sam Bailey

When it comes to feared diseases, Lyme Disease is up there with the worst of them. However, there is a major problem with the mainstream story. The “new” disease only appeared in the 1970s with ticks and Borrelia “germs” subsequently being blamed soon after.

It is time to expose the scientific papers that this whole thing is based upon and point out another fundamental problem: how can this ‘disease’ possibly be diagnosed?

This is an important topic because the marketing campaigns involving ticks as the cause of a big epidemic and even as potential “bio-weapons” have already begun… More – Link Below:


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4 Responses to “The Lyme Disease Lie – Dr Sam Bailey”

  1. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    Thanks for this newensign it confirms my worst suspicions, from direct experience in my family

    My wife had minor surgery to remove a facial wart a couple of years ago. They ran a test on the removed tissue and told her that she had Lyme Disease and needed to take powerful antibiotics for 21 days. When we said that she had never had a tick bite and that we knew that for certain [it shows as a bullseye lesion] they said “she must have, she must take the antibiotic Doxycycline otherwise she could be seriously ill”

    So she complied and was very ill as a result. The damn antibiotics slaughtered her gut biome and she was ill for over 4 months. Homeopathy and nutritional therapy sorted her out eventually

    When she was better she went back to the doctors and said “how do I know that the antibiotics worked?”. They gave her another blood test and said she was “borderline ok”. Not reassuring at all but she has been fine ever since

    A classic tale of modern medicine creating problems and a big lesson for us both

    • newensign says:

      Yes Pete, it is often the fact that the NHS’s cure is worst than the disease and the word anti-biotic, in itself is anti-life! They love to find an excuse to invent a disease and make lots of money out of it. Quite often illness is a combination of, additives in our food, the water, the air and various forms of frequency, but they won’t blame themselves!!

  2. Tapestry says:

    I was in hospital suffering from effects of PCB and other farm spray chemicals and got to know a few Lyme Disease patients. They were very ill and found it hard to recover. They knew when they were bitten and where. One patient was a child infected from her parents maybe born with it. That was many years ago and I don’t know how they are dealing with Lyme patients now. I was under the impression that doctors were not allowed to diagnose Lyme Disease at that time under NICE regulations – National Institute for Clinical Excellence, no doubt part of the MHRA.

    • newensign says:

      Interesting Tap, I don’t remember anyone talking about Lyme’s disease when I was young, perhaps they were waiting for a suitable thing to blame the disease on as perhaps they were still waiting for the tic to come along to give them a cause to discourage the public venturing into the countryside!