A “Brain Swelling” Tick-Borne Illness Is Spreading In Europe

by | Jul 25, 2023 | Headline News

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    The “experts” are once again blaming climate change for the spread of a tick-borne illness that causes brain swelling. Doctors recorded the first confirmed case of tick-borne encephalitis virus acquired in the United Kingdom in 2022.

    So it has to be climate change right? If not, how else will take away literally everything anyone has acquired over their lifetimes and enslave them?

    According to a report by Grist, tick-borne encephalitis, or TBE, is a potentially deadly disease that experts like to say is spreading into new regions due in large part to global warming. The report claims that studies have shown that several tick-borne illnesses are becoming more prevalent because of climate change. Public health officials are particularly concerned about TBE, which is deadlier than more well-known tick diseases such as Lyme due to the way it has quickly jumped from country to country.

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    Not long ago, the media was warning of Cimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever spreading in Europe and that it would likely reach the United Kingdom. The fear-mongering seems to have abated over CCHF, which is also a tick-borne illness.

    Gábor Földvári, an expert at the Center for Ecological Research in Hungary, said the effects of climate change on TBE are unmistakable. “It’s a really common problem that was absent 20 or 30 years ago.” He added: “The number of overwintering ticks is increasing, and in spring there is high activity of ticks,” said Gerhard Dobler, a doctor who works at the German Center for Infection Research. “This may increase the contact between infected ticks and humans and cause more disease.”

    Ticks can’t survive more than a couple of days in temperatures below zero, but they’re able to persevere in very warm conditions as long as there’s enough humidity in the environment. As Earth warms on average and winters become milder, ticks are becoming active earlier in the year. Climate change affects ticks at every stage of their life cycle — egg, six-legged larva, eight-legged nymph, and adult — by extending the length of time ticks actively feed on humans and animals. Even a fraction of a degree of global warming creates more opportunity for ticks to breed and spread disease. –Grist

    See? All of the Earth’s problems are “climate change” and if we just agree to be slaves, it’ll all be fine. Just give up everything and obey on command so the masters can fix climate change already.


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