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Tick Borne Disease Political Trends Chart Comparison (2018)


 

Note the comparison of a recent spread of tick-borne diseases (left) and blue highlighted states (right) for which emotionally driven political decisions are successfully fostered by opportunistic politicians. This side by side comparison merely suggests that infectious diseases such as Lyme and other diseases do in fact alter mentation to the extent that rational decisions are often disregarded for the immediacy of emotionally based decisions. Changing trends favoring a Democratic political outcome coincide with infection rates of tick blood borne illness.


 

More specifically, if the above assertion regarding rates of infection is true, the electoral map will also change in accordance with past trends. There is no such thing as a coincidence and when viewing trends along a recent time-line, we see two major factors that favor the immediacy and irrationality of choice. The first is related to human population density and limiting resources which directly contributes to the rate of infection as per the reproductive cycle of pathogens. The second concerns the alteration of human patterns of behavior being the result of significant exposure.

As an example, we see that human centralized food gathering behavior is in fact influenced by yeast infections that imbalance digestive flora.

What does this mean?

Within any major Edward Bernays want-based economically driven centralized grocery source, a majority of foods are found that support the metabolism of yeast rather than beneficial organisms. This in turn throws off the balance of digestive flora triggering cravings in support of the immediacy, demand, and irrationality of simple carbohydrate food gathering choices. This suggests that marginal pathogens such as those responsible for long term health problems can and often do influence human behavior optimizing transmission between hosts.  Lyme’s disease is caused by a bacterial infection known as Borrelia burgdorferi. This double membrane bacteria (spirochaetaceae) is also known to alter human behavior to the extent that an optimal condition occurs between hosts for which the organism can continue to adapt, compete, and survive. This is a very common microbiological theme throughout nature and now we need to observe a possible link between pathogens, human population density, and aberrant human political behavior.


 

For those that might suggest that California does not fall into the democratic political trend as suggested might also want to look at the tick born illness chart above as reference.  The difference here concerns ticks and other disease vectors that have adapted to the other side of the Rocky Mountains. These rates of infections also coincide with irrationally based political trends.

Conclusion

Yes, I am making a comparison between alarming regional rates of infectious diseases that are known to cause neurological changes to that of irrational emotionally driven political trends favoring the Democratic Party.