by Dee McLachlan
Gumshoe did several articles on US anti-vaccination campaigner Sherri Tenpenny — the osteopath who had infuriated doctors by linking vaccines to a range of disorders. She was was going to run a series of seminars in Australia, but cancelled her tour after “continual, anonymous threats of vandalism and violence.”
A strange twist to this saga was anti vaxxer Frankie Vazquez (Article here). It had the whiff of a set-up of sorts. This guy apparently threatened to bomb and kill people — but police NO action was taken against him. However, if you are a young Muslim lad with a knife — you are a real danger to the public.
We know former prime minister Tony Abbott in November 2006 (as Federal Health Minister) said: “I won’t be rushing out to get my daughters vaccinated, maybe that’s because I’m a cruel, callow, callous, heartless bastard but, look, I won’t be” — but then he changed his mind when he became prime minister and supported the “no vax, no play” legislation that comes into affect January 1, 2016.
The ABC hosts Michael Rowland and Virginia Trioli also “put down” much admired cartoonist Michael Leunig when he was interviewed on ABC News Mornings, insisting vaccinations were proven to be absolutely safe.
Maybe the ABC should interview Christopher William Savage who served with the Queensland Police Service. In a 2012 declaration he confirmed that the police were writing off cases of possible vaccine injury as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, and that the police were falsely accusing parents of manslaughter and Shaken Baby Syndrome. (Gumshoe article here)
The ABC should also take note that the medical profession know vaccines do harm. There is now a call (November 15, 2015) for a Vaccine Injury Compensation Scheme.
I found this on australiandoctor.com.au, but cannot access the article. Only health practitioners can register for access.
Its a strange world we live in when a mandatory activity has along with it a injury compensation scheme.
The Trump Reality Show
But talking about vaccinations and politicians, presidential hopeful, Donald Trump spoke out saying, “pumping massive amounts of liquid (vaccines) into a child” could possibly lead to autism.
The presstitute media attacked: “Donald Trump Spouts Dangerous Anti-Vaccine Nonsense. Ben Carson’s Response Is Worse.” (Forbes) They write:
“Donald Trump used the latest Republican debate as an opportunity to express wildly inaccurate anti-vaccine claims, embracing the thoroughly discredited position that vaccines cause autism… It started with a now-retracted 1998 study by one of the great villains in medicine, Andrew Wakefield…”
Paul Joseph Watson did a report on a PhD immunologist and vaccine proponent that recently admitted (during a conference) that baby shots are worthless and are to ‘train the parents’.
I can’t close 2015 without putting forward my photo of the year.
The Photo of 2015
My favourite photo of the year has to be Cheney, with his FOOT ON HIS DESK, watching the twin towers burn (at 9:33 am).
Several photographs shot on 9/11 were released in response to a FOIA request, and they show people reacting to the horror of the attacks. Interestingly, they mostly focus around Vice President Dick Cheney. (My Gumshoe article here)
The sequence of Cheney relaxing while “Rome was burning” is shocking. The photographs were shot when the footage indicated 9:33 – 9:38, thus they were most likely snapped later in the day. I mean would the vice president have his feet on the desk when he knew America was being attacked — plus posing for a photographer? Around this time — according to Norman Mineta (US Secretary of Transportation) — Cheney was in the bunker ordering a stand down.
And so this inspires me to re-post the cartoon I adapted.
Ruben L’s Charlie Hebdo cartoon had two planes flying into two pencils. I added a third — a shorter pencil — to reference BUILDING 7, the skyscraper that “collapsed” at 5:20 pm on September 11, 2001. The building was demolished.
And talking about sharp pencils.
I have been truly amazed that Gumshoe is at the pointy end in the “discovery” of two important cases — Martin Bryant and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Congratulations to all those unraveling the lies.
Wait till you see what we have planned for each of those cases, very soon!
2016 will be quite a year for Gumshoe.
And now, to you, our dear readers and behind-the-scenese supporters: Happy New Year