What a load of b……….. from the Daily Telegraph

TAP – here’s another well worn gag, this time finding space in the columns of the reader-free collapsing  Daily Telegraph.  Immunisation is 100% effective,  goes the comic’s build-up, and here’s the punchline.  People who are unvaccinated put other peoples’ children at risk.

Just think about that for a second.  If the claim that immunisation works is correct, which the slow-brained creatures at the collapsing rag seem to have been taken in by, then it would not be possible to put the vaccinated kids at risk by not vaccinating other kids, would it?

Yet that’s the only underlying argument these charlatans have left – a totally bogus line for totally non-thinking readers to absorb into their blotting paper brains.   Time to stop wasting time and money reading such nonsense, I would suggest, and take to the internet and read the truth about so-called immunisation, and most other things besides.

Editorial: Time to stop keeping kids immune from jab

No Jab No Play
The Sunday Telegraph and Daily Telegraph #NoJabNoPlay demands Source: The Daily Telegraph
Since Sunday, we have been accused of denying human rights, of ostracizing unvaccinated children and unfairly judging parents who make a health choice for their children.ENOUGH is enough. The Sunday Telegraph and Daily Telegraph have launched a pro-immunisation campaign to protect vulnerable children.

But the overwhelming response to the #NoJabNoPlay campaign has been positive.
Most parents are rightfully fed up with those who put other people’s children at risk.
More than a thousand people have signed our petition calling for restrictions in childcare for unvaccinated children and we have been inundated with letters, TXTs, tweets, Facebook posts and emails supporting the campaign.

We need to keep up the pressure on both tiers of government to force change.
The vocal minority have been driving debate on this issue and scaring parents into doubting the benefits of immunisation and exaggerating the risks.

That has to stop.
What we said on SundayIt is one thing for anti-immunisation parents to make a decision about the health of their own children, but it is an entirely different matter when those decisions risk the lives of an entire generation.

The hysteria whipped up by ill-informed antivaccination supporters has to end. It is a dangerous position driven by smug parents armed with outdated and wrong propaganda.
They think they know more than the medical community. The truth of the matter is they are not clever, they’re just lucky — lucky that their families have never been touched with the unimaginable anguish of a child’s death from a disease medical science has already beaten.

Those same parents will break all speed limits in their Audi SUVs to get their child to hospital should they catch a preventable disease, while looking for someone else to blame.
Our provaccination campaign is not a new idea. It is a constant source of anger and frustration that we need to reignite the debate in 2013.

In the past the campaigns have concentrated on making vaccination compulsory, but unfortunately successive governments have not had the stomach for it. Our ‘‘ No Jab, No Play’’ campaign is focusing its effort on specific initiatives to encourage more parents to vaccinate.

We are calling on the state government to allow childcare centres to ban children who have not been vaccinated. And we are calling on the federal government to withhold the childcare rebate from every parent who fails to immunise.

The absurd situation exists now that childcare rebates are withheld for nonimmunisers unless you register as a ‘‘ conscientious objector’’. In short, it’s OK to put other children’s lives at risk as long as you admit it.

Vaccines are the most effective public health measures ever introduced. Since childhood vaccine was introduced (diphtheria, in 1932) infant mortality has plummeted.
But for vaccines to work effectively, everyone has to immunise.

In some parts of NSW, vaccination rates are lower than 75 per cent and diseases we thought we’d defeated are blossoming again. Sometimes parents don’t get their kids vaccinated because they can’t be bothered.

For those parents, there is no better incentive than being turned away from childcare or school, or being hit in the hip pocket. Far more sinister, however, is the Australian Vaccination Network — a misleading name for a hysterical anti-immunisation organisation.

These people argue the whooping cough vaccine causes brain damage, the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine causes autism, and vaccination in general causes Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

TAP –  Funny thing that.  In Japan they stopped vaccinating babies and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome stopped overnight.  Let’s kill a few more babies.  It’s very profitable.   I’m sure the dumbed down readers of The Telegraph won’t mind at all if it’s their kids that die for the cause.


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4 Responses to “What a load of b……….. from the Daily Telegraph”

  1. Anonymous says:

    You know what?

    If the numbers of people who agree with forced immunisation are to believed (and I do say IF, as the state sponsored propaganda trolls are out in force), then there will be no need for the cartel to depopulate as the sheeple are quite happily doing it for them.

    And judging by newspaper comments columns, (again IF true), the sheeple will gladly hang themselves on any subject from Fouth Reich water cannon on our streets to donating funds to the actors in the false flags being played out at present.

    The recent finding about the huge reduction in IQ seems to validate this, perhaps all civilisations become seedier and less intelligent before their decline.

    The real zombie-fication is going on right now.

  2. Tapestry says:

    One effct of vaccination is reduction of IQ.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I thought this was a good article regarding MMR from the Daily Fail:


    Hauling parents up before a doctor is going to make no difference. They are just going to cite from the same government/BigPharma propagandist literature.

    Off the record, my doctor admitted that he will not vaccinate his kids and knows other doctors who have done the same.

    If doctors won’t vaccinate their own kids, then what does that say?

  4. Anonymous says:

    The idiotic contradiction is that unvaccinated children could be no risk for the vaccinated in case the vaccination is effective! They could not catch the disease from unvaccinated if the vaccination really works! Therefore, the campaign actually admits that the jab is not very effective…

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