After the motion was put and agreed to in the Senate last week, the Anti Vax movement lost no time with it’s usual fare towards politicians – foul mouthed rants and threats.
As the Senator said; “the behaviour said a lot about the people involved in the anti-vaccination campaign” and to my delight he took the same attitude as me in the face of this nonsense. He was going to fight harder. The right reaction.
I also thought that Greg Beattie’s actions were disgusting. Beattie is a cheap shot shot artist who needs to pull his head in and remember what happened before the Queensland Tribunal (whatever it was) where he was given a mighty broadside over his attitude towards vaccines and not vaccinating his child.
A lot of us on the pro vaccine side are accused of bullying. It was noted that Meryl Dorey has taken out AVO’s (and I believe at least one has been thrown out and rightly so) when in fact she and her AVN supporters are the bullies. They are convinced that they are right – when in fact they are wrong and don’t have the guts to admit it. The sooner the New South Wales Tribunal orders them to change their name to what they really represent the better. They don’t represent vaccine truth. They represent vaccine hate and should be called to a count for it.
Senator Di Natale represents vaccine truth on behalf the entire Parliament, not just the Senate. Because both of the major parties supported his stand. And for that – I applaud them.