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Subject:
This proves Edward McSweegan is certifiably insane.

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Tuesday, December 12, 2006 12:59:25 AM

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Re: OpEdNews article by NIH's "Do-Nothing Scientist" below about
Anthrax
mailings.


Sweeg is a disgruntled NIH employee, promoter of "vaccines," and a
bioweapons
freak.
McSweegan used to have a website called "BIOTERROR," and from that
website we
learned that borreliae were one of the bioweapons agents the Japanese
experimented with in Manchuria in Unit 731.

McSweegan does not believe us'n regular folk people are very smart, as
we have
seen in his previous announcements regarding what ease he and his
criminal friends (Gary
Wormser, Durland Fish, et al) will have in forcing another OspA vaccine
upon
Europe, since Europeans are not as savvy as Americans, he says.

McSweegan has a page called Quackwatch on Lyme and from that you can
clearly
discover how angry he (at us) is about what happened to LYMErix, even
though
Alan Barbour made it clear we can never have a vaccine for borreliosis
due to antigenic
variation (*which means the current testing method for Lyme is bogus,
because of antigenic variation*):
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?db=pubmed&cmd=Retrieve&dopt=AbstractPlus&list_uids=10998374&query_hl=6&itool=pubmed_DocSum

The very nature of borreliae is that antibodies do little for the
infection
except select for adaptation. So, there never *was* a possibility for
there to be a vaccine
for Lyme, although the vaccines for Lyme were Ed's stupid idea in the
first place, as you
can see from his US-Navy-Harassment letter to Senator Barry Goldwater:
http://www.actionlyme.org/GOLDWATER_LETTER.htm


Now, in a reversal of Sweeg's usual hysteria to sell vaccines, he has
this
(below) to say about anthrax letters. Whereas McSweegan usually enjoys
seeing people
injured and tortured and having no say in their own health matters
(because, as he has
said, McSweegan is "awfully damned intelligent"), he now says do
nothing if one
receives an anthrax letter. (Sweeg has a severe case of psychopathy
and he should be
locked up because he is insane and dangerous to others.)

Not only is this crazy, it is very suspicious. McSweegan himself was
one of the
first people investigated by the FBI as being the source of the 2001
Anthrax
mailings due to his known insanity, status as someone no one at the NIH
wants
to have anything to *do* with due to his chronic harassment of his
co-workers,
http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.diseases.lyme/msg/c5e50e5b067b2565?dmode=source

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
"The LDF received a lot of material from Ed during the time he was
suing the
LDF. Much of this crossed lines from NIH to CDC and to the FDA. Ed
appeared
to be very concerned with the activities of various people and *** we
were not
the only ones to receive threats, retaliation, or reporting to federal
authorities.
His own colleagues and a grantee was included as targets to be turned
in to
federal, state, and local officials accused of serious wrongdoing.***

"It wasn't just the LDF. "

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - said Karen Forschner of the LDF
(www.lyme.org)

and McSweegan's naturally vicious, narcissistic, and psychopathic
nature:


http://www.opednews.com/articles/opedne_edward_m_061209_hoaxes_2c_statistics_a.htm


December 10, 2006 at 07:13:24

Hoaxes, Statistics and Anthrax

by Edward McSweegan

http://www.opednews.com

Tell A Friend

You're sitting in the kitchen going through the day's mail. You tear
open an
unfamiliar envelope and out spills a fine white powder. What do you do?
Call the
police? Call an ambulance? Run screaming from the house? Maybe call the

terrorism hotline that Homeland Security is always flashing on highway
traffic
signs?

Maybe you should just clean up the spilled powder, wash your hands and
finish
sorting the mail. Statistically, that is the most sensible thing to do.

According to CNN, there were more than 15,000 anthrax hoaxes between
September
2001 and August 2002. Previously, the Center for Nonproliferation
Studies
counted more than 400 anthrax hoaxes between 1998 and September 2001.
In late 1998, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
reported seven anthrax
threats; another thirty-five threats were made during February 1999. A
subsequent article in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (July/
August 1999)
suggested anthrax hoaxes were fast replacing telephoned bomb threats as
the
favorite sport of the disturbed, the disgruntled, and the just plain
stupid.

The first widely reported mailing of an anthrax threat occurred in 1997
when the
B'nai B'rith office in Washington, D.C. received a package labeled
"anthrachs."
It was not anthrax. Neither were the thousands of other powders mailed
to
various people and businesses over the years. Most of the mailed
powders turned
out to be flour, sugar, sand, baby powder, powdered Tylenol, grated
cheese and
other innocuous materials.

There has been only one event in which someone mailed spores of
pathogenic
Bacillus anthracis. In that case, five to seven letters were mailed to
a handful
of well-known individuals and offices. The opened letters released
billions of wispy
anthrax spores into enclosed, high-traffic work
areas and produced 11 minor cases of cutaneous anthrax, 6 non-fatal
cases of
inhalational anthrax, and 5 cases of fatal inhalational anthrax among
two postal
workers and three elderly mail recipients. There have been no further
mailings
of real anthrax spores.

Each year the U.S. Postal Service delivers about 107 billion pieces of
First
Class mail to roughly 240 million adults. The odds of receiving a
random piece
of mail containing a white powder are vanishingly small. The odds of
receiving
real anthrax are essentially zero. The numbers are on your side. So why
worry?

Unless you call 911 about that 'suspicious powder' in your mail. Then
you'll
have something to worry about. The police will show up with lights
flashing.
Maybe they'll bring along one of their federally funded robots. Hazmat
crews in
Tyvek suits will rush into your house. You'll be removed and perhaps
made to
strip and shower outside as so many others have before. Your house may
be
quarantined as crews roam around inside sampling the air and
the countertops. Maybe your neighbors will be evacuated too. The local
news
crews will arrive and film you being taken away for a medical exam.

The FBI may show up too. They'll want you to name possible suspects
responsible
for the 'suspicious powder' in your mail. You may become a suspect
yourself
because people have been known to make false claims and accusations for
15
minutes of fame. You may become a 'person of interest:' that
persistent,
mysterious category of person who is neither suspect nor victim but
someone to
add to the federal watch lists.

Worse still, the police and the FBI, wandering through your house and
poking
through your possessions, may find things that suggest possible
criminal or
terrorist activity. That's exactly what happened to an art professor in
upstate
New York ("Art Becomes the Next Suspect in America's 9/11 Paranoia,"
The
Guardian, June 11, 2004). Now he and a genetics professor in Pittsburgh
are facing numerous charges and twenty years in prison ("U.S.
Prosecutes
Professors for Shipping Microbes," Science, July 9, 2004).

Adding insult to injury, your insurance agent may show up at some point
to tell
you that your policies don't cover any clean up costs, damages or
inconveniences
related to infectious diseases.

Last November, the American Association of Insurance Services
(aais.org) filed a
new virus and bacteria exclusion designed to prevent insurance company
losses
that may arise from claims related to infectious diseases and
bioterrorism.
"Coverage is excluded for loss, cost, or expense caused by, resulting
from, or
relating to any virus, bacterium, or other microorganism that causes or
is
capable of causing disease, illness, or physical distress. In addition,
the
exclusion explicitly applies to any loss, cost or expense arising from
denial of
access to property because of any...microorganisms." The exclusion is
designed
for commercial and farm insurance policies, but there is no reason to
think it will not eventually trickle down to homeowners and small
businesses.

Police. Hazmat. News crews. Street-side decontamination. People
wandering
through your house. Questions from the FBI, and nagging phone calls to
your
insurance agent. It's a lot of trouble and a huge legal and financial
risk
because of Sweet'N Low or talcum powder in an envelope. The hoaxers
know the
havoc they can create with a thirty-nine cent stamp and a cheap
envelope. In the
end, the best defense may be to defy the hoaxers by showing no reaction
to their
actions.

Edward McSweegan is a microbiologist and occasional science writer.
--
http://www.actionlyme.org

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