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Dr Tenpenny gets Australia’s Anti-Charlie Treatment


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Several groups are giving Dr Sherri Tenpenny a taste of the real Australian free-speech anti-Charlie Hebdo treatment. Their pens and syringes are out to get Dr Sherri Tenpenny – and stop her from speaking in Australia. 

Parenthood reports that “a dangerous person is coming to Australia to spread a dangerous message“.  You see, this dangerous person is Dr Tenpenny, was invited to give a series of seminars in February and March about the risks of vaccinating children.

Dr Tenpenny, an osteopath, believes the evidence indicates that vaccines cause autism, asthma, ADHD and auto-immune disorders, but she has been criticised for “endangering people’s health” and “targeting vulnerable parents”. And various groups in Australia have been mounting pressure resulting in nearly all venues cancelling her engagements. On Stop The Australian Anti-Vaccination Network facebook page they claim that only Rydges in Adelaide remains.

In fact, they claim  thousands of Australians have signed a petition lobbying Canberra to deny her a visa. (Now that’s a slippery slope for the Minister)

Vaccine Mafia

But this was reported in Globalresearch under the heading: Why is Australia’s Vaccine Mafia Desperately Trying to Silence Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, a Brilliant Scientific Researcher?

“Australia’s vaccine zealots are the most rabid extremist wing of the vaccine medical mafia, and they’ve engaged in tactics like issuing death threats to vaccine educators to try to silence them. Now, they’re trying to get the Australian government to ban the travel visa of Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, a pro-informed-consent educator who has conducted more research into vaccine adverse effects and safety risks than almost anyone else speaking out today.

Australia’s vaccine mafia, it turns out, is absolutely terrified that citizens of Australia might learn the truth about vaccine exemptions, toxic vaccine ingredients (like mercury) and the growing global epidemic of vaccine-damaged children.”

$3 Billion Perspective

On what grounds could the Minister deny Dr Tenpenny a visa?  I am sure this upstanding member of the US medical community doesn’t have a criminal record and is surely not a terrorist threat.

On the other hand you have a company operating in Australia called GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) that supplies a wide range of vaccines to the Australian public. The U.S. Dept. of Justice — which almost never goes after powerful corporations – went after GlaxoSmithKline, charging the company with felony criminal misconduct. GSK is paying a $3 billion fine while pleading guilty to felony CRIMES. Does this criminal misconduct have any influence on how the relevant Ministers view GSK Australia’s operation here?

We are not yet living in Auspharmalia.


  1. The Tenpenny “controversy” looks a lot like the Andrew Wakefield controversy. Namely, it has little to do with the two offending doctors (Wakefield and Tenpenny) and a lot to do with a big centralized effort to scare doctors, and cause insecurity to parents.
    In 1998, the head of a UK hospital called a press conference to announce the results of a Lancet article by Wakefield, Walker-Smith, et al. So it was not “Andy” who sought that publicity.
    Moreover, what Andy said that day was that it might be better to jab the kid with three separate shots of measles, mumps, and rubella rather than combine them into the MMR.
    (BTW, the “infamous” Lancet article hadn’t said “Stop vaccinating.” It was a very mild article asking for more research on the connection between autism and gastrointestinal ailments.)
    Yet the Guardian of June 12, 2006 wrote:
    “Andrew Wakefield, the doctor behind the scare over a potential link between the MMR jab and autism in children, is to face four charges relating to unprofessional conduct at the General Medical Council.” After incessant publicity, doctors have absorbed the message simply as: “If you disparage vaccination, you will lose your license.”
    Thus, the Oz visit of Tenpenney has already achieved its goal. It has made vax-doubters feel like sinners. It has caused every doctor to say “I’d better not be seen to cast doubts on the current schedule of shots.”
    My message to doctors: Don’t go into hiding over this.

  2. I am not informed on this subject, other than noting reports of concern by many reports.
    For a wise parent there shoul be available a pro forma document to present to all medical people injecting their children.
    Bit much to put together here, but such a draft form/certificate would cover:
    I Dr. Xxxxx certify that on my professional knowlege, warrant that the injection contains no substance that would adversely affect your child (name) and I warrant that the contents of the injection will provide protection against ( specify conditions/diseases) for (set out period)
    It is warranted that I am cognizant with all medical research pertaining to the proposed vaccination.
    I am fully insured by (name insurance company) and attach to this warranty a current certificate of insurance dated (x) fo the maximum sum of ($) to cover any adverse reaction, by (name) for his/her lifetime and to cover all future medical liabilities and adverse personal and economic disabilities that may arise from the effects of this vaccination.
    Signed Dr. Xxxxxxxxx
    Now with such a certificate, many a parent can relax……a bit!

    • Oh!
      The suggestion that a pro-forma
      Certificate does not incite any comments or challengers.
      Sydney Daily Yellowgrath; what?
      No comment? (No typos here)

      • I thought your Pro Forma certificate brilliant. I will send it over to ageofautism.com. For me, I’d rather not have the end bit about Insurance. I like the doctor to think abut what he’s getting into.
        Did you know that a main hold that organizations such as AMA have on their members is that they run the Medical Defense Fund, so a doc does not dare go solo to get his own malpractice insurance? I regret that the category of tort — “malpractice” — was ever invented. It sets doc against patient. Intended that way, no doubt.

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