Lime disease more important than irradiation from Fuku?

Honourable Elisabeth May
I will support your private bill re lime disease as soon as you propose a bill against radiation from Fukushima: publicity free of nuclear lobby bias, continuous measuring, assessment of risk to health of Canadians, compensation of those already affected, Canadian government initiative  to make Japan and TEPCO allow outside expertise in dealing with this, the largest ever civilian nuclear global emergency.
Longer-term, more Canadians would be affected than by the lime disease, incl. deformed births and genetic changes to future generations, beside  cancers and other serious diseases .
Piotr Bein PhD PEng
independent genocide researcher

Elizabeth May, O.C., M.P.

Dear friend,

Today, I am asking for your help in making a difference in the lives of tens of thousands of Canadians. On March 4th, 2014, the House of Commons will begin debate on my Private Members’ Bill, C-442, an Act to Create a National Lyme Disease Strategy.

Many of you are already too aware of the shortcomings of the Canadian medical system in dealing with Lyme. And while not a panacea, Bill C-442, if passed, would bring together Canada’s Health Ministers, medical professionals, scientists, and the advocates for Canadians with Lyme Disease to work toward common goals: increasing awareness and prevention, ensuring accurate diagnoses, tracking the spread of the disease, and establishing national standards for the care and treatment of Lyme that reflect best practices.

This is not about politics, it is about helping the thousands of Canadian families who have had their lives turned upside down by this terrible disease. We have received strong indications of support from the NDP and the Liberals, and many Conservative Members of Parliament have similarly expressed their willingness to stand behind this important initiative. We are cautiously optimistic that this plan can succeed, but we can’t take anything for granted.

We need you to help make sure that this Bill becomes law. Members of Parliament will be back home in their communities during the week of February 17th and, during this time, we are asking you to meet with your MP to share your story, help educate them about Lyme, and explain to them why Canada urgently needs a National Lyme Disease Strategy. Please go to to call your MP and schedule a meeting during the February 17th constituency week.

Personal Testimony of David LeggettMany of you have already shared your stories with us, and we urge you to continue to do so. Please go to to write how Lyme has impacted your life of that of your loved ones, and why Canada needs a National Lyme Disease Strategy.

Finally, if you haven’t already, please add your name to the online petition and, if you are able, please print out the paper petition and collect signatures in your community. These petitions will be tabled in the House of Commons, and shared with other Members of Parliament who have indicated their support for Bill C-442.

Thank you for taking action. If you would like more information about Lyme Disease or Bill C-442, please go to

With hope,

Elizabeth May

By piotrbein