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Author Topic: Impfgegner, ihre Todeswünsche und ihr Zensurterrorismus bei Facebook  (Read 4137 times)


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Peter Bowditch, ein australischer Journalist, meldet am 30.7.2012 eine Zensur bei Facebook:

Peter Bowditch ‏@RatbagsDotCom

Memo to Ms Dorey - whining to Facebook is not consistent with your claims of supporting free speech. Can you spell "hypocrite"? #StopAVN

5:41 AM - 30 Jul 12

Meryl Dorey ist eine australische Impfgegnerin, die sonst immer auf "free speech" pocht. Natürlich nur, wenn sie ihre Meinung verbreiten will. Man erinnere sich an die Affäre mit der Fluggesellschaft.

Die Zensurmeldung bei Facebook wird von Peter Bowditch als Screenshot wiedergegeben in

Der originale URL des Originalbildes bei Twitter ist dermaßen STASI-mäßig verhunzt und verwanzt, daß ich den hier nicht angebe, sondern eine lesbare Größe des Bildes als Ersatz zitiere..

[Zitat Krokant]
Über den schweinischen Feldzug, den Impfgegner wie Meryl Dorey und Judy Wilyman gegen Danas Eltern führen, gibt es TV-Berichte. Hier ist einer davon.

Das Video:

Australian Vaccination Network accused of harassing parents (ABC Lateline)

Für den Fall, daß wie in Deutschland Material von Servern der Fernsehsender verschwindet, eine Sicherung des Transkripts der Sendung:
[/Zitat Krokant]


Dana ist dieses kleine Mädchen, das im Alter von vier Wochen an Keuchhusten starb:

Krokant hat den Bericht über Judy Wilyman und Meryl Dorey zitiert. Ich füge den hier ein und setze den die Zensur betreffenden Absatz fett:

Das ist der neueste Bericht über Judy Wilyman:

Illawarra Mercury

Vaccine row: grieving parents slam researcher

11 Jun, 2012 12:00 AM

Grieving parents who lost a baby to whooping cough have lashed out at a University of Wollongong researcher who questioned their motives for going public with their story.

Judy Wilyman, a PhD student and former Illawarra high school teacher, questioned whether Toni and David McCaffery had been paid to promote the whooping cough vaccine.

Ms Wilyman said the State Government was using four-week-old Dana's death and "the mantra of seeing sick babies gasping for air" to push the vaccine.

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Dana died of whooping cough, or pertussis, in March 2009. Her parents have since worked with health authorities to raise awareness about the infection and gave permission for their story to be used on a NSW Health Department campaign.

On the Australian Vaccination Network (AVN) website, Ms Wilyman said she was "concerned to know if the McCafferys have received any money either directly or indirectly for promoting this cause".

"Can you assure me that the McCafferys have not received any money from the skeptic groups or any other lobby group for vaccines?" she asked.

MORE: An open letter from grieving parents

"It is the Government and the media who have been using the McCafferys to promote a vaccine that should be accountable for this case being discussed by the public. Please forward this comment to the McCafferys so they can ask the Government if it is ethical for them to be promoting a vaccine to the public."

Toni McCaffery hit back on the Facebook wall Stop the Australian Vaccination Network.

"Dana is not an anecdote. We do not receive money for warning people about whooping cough. That is the most disgusting allegation.

"The money we received [from] the Australian Skeptics we donated to research to save babies from pertussis. Government has not 'used us' to promote vaccines in recent media stories. We agree to such interviews in our own time without any agenda other than to give people the warning we did not receive."

Mrs McCaffery said Dana's story appeared in a government brochure because "parents have a right to be warned about whooping cough and given accurate information".

"We did not get that warning. It is up to parents if they want to vaccinate. It is also up to any parent to go public and speak to media. Do not use us against other families."

The Mercury contacted Ms Wilyman who has so far declined to comment.

In May, the AVN posted on its website a letter from Ms Wilyman to the Australian Human Rights Commissioner. It said recent government programs "have been promoting the whooping cough vaccine on anecdotal evidence (in particular Dana McCaffery's death) and the mantra of 'seeing sick babies gasping for air'."

She said while such cases were tragic, "the promotion of vaccines on anecdotal evidence is inappropriate".

AVN president Meryl Dorey said the McCafferys had chosen to go public and had to expect comments from both sides of the debate. "If one side has the right to say something and the other doesn't, then we are not a democratic society," she said.


11 Jun 12:  Uni responds to anti-vaccine views

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Meryl Dorey wörtlich:

"If one side has the right to say something and the other doesn't, then we are not a democratic society,"

Judy Wilyman, unterstützt von Meryl Dorey, greifen die Eltern des toten Kindes an und unterstellen ihnen öffentlich und in harten Worten, sie, die Eltern, seien bezahlte Agenten der Pharmaindustrie:

"Can you assure me that the McCafferys have not received any money from the skeptic groups or any other lobby group for vaccines?" she asked.

Jane Beeby, einer Impfgegnerin und führendes Mitglied des kriminellen australischen "Vereins" AVN, wünscht einem der Kritiker des mörderischen Verhaltens der Impfgegner den Tod.


Facebook unterstützt diese menschenverachtenden Bioterroristen durch Zensur. Willkommen in 1933. Nichts hat sich geändert.

Zeichnung aus dem "Stürmer", dem Nazi-Hetzblatt
Titel: "Impfung"
Unter der Zeichnung der Satz: "Es ist mir sonderbar zu Mut, denn Gift und Jud tut selten gut."

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