What is in the water in northern New South Wales? It can’t be everywhere because the McCaffreys live up there and they are smart, as is my namesake up there in Jessica Gluyas – unlike this goof who lives in a place called Moggs Swamp! It’s 30 kilometres south west of Glen Innes.
Jamie McIntyre published a rubbish book titled “The Great Vaccine Con”, and in the product description it says “This book pulls no punches and shares why many have a hard time accepting the lie of vaccines. Well researched and easy to read. This book will make many Pro Vaxxers change their position instantly. It’s hard to argue against the Vaccine Con after reading this book. Perhaps a game changer.” I doubt it is well researched, certainly scientifically – and there is a very good example of poor research later in this blog entry. A game changer? The book appears to be available only as an e-book, and it’s the first I’ve heard of it when it was first available in 2017.
McIntyre was part of the Melbourne Cup field that contested the New England by election in 2017, and he did the worst getting only 222 votes. It wasn’t the first time as he ran in 2013 and did a lot better with 6,059 in fourth place. He was also banned from holding a corporate directorship for 10 years for property spruiking in 2016 as a result of a Federal Court consent order, with the ABC labelling him a “controversial spruiker”. As this entry shows, the term “controversial” is putting it mildly to say the least!
McIntyre showed up on the Facebook page of the fake news site Australian National Review – a site he launched himself by the way – on an entry asking a lot of ridiculous vaccine related questions. One reply was from Richard Kowalczyk who claimed he’d done his research and would not get himself vaccinated. I rounded on him, telling him to redo his research because he got it wrong. McIntyre barged in with this;
I responded to that through the All About Anti Vaxxers page calling him a child neglector for that crack (and I stand by that as do the other AAAV admins). McIntyre shot back with this garbage;
I told him in reply that vaccines make no profit, and they don’t. I’ll add here that the bullies are the anti vaxxers. Bullies lie all the time. I’m not touching that reference to Hitler. My retort caused the following rant that had more holes than Swiss cheese.
I didn’t get at this one myself – FT (another admin of AAAV) got in first making the point that expenditure cancels revenue out. He identified the rest as “alternative medicine propaganda” and told him that he should not attend any hospital no matter what. I’ll add that he lied when he said there was no regulatory oversight. What’s the Therapeutic Goods Administration, idiot? The bloody regulator who does the testing! If it was a con there would be vaccine injuries everywhere – and there aren’t! It’ll be idiots like McIntyre who will be in jail if I have a say in it for inciting child abuse/neglect! And how can Big Pharma buy the government when it’s government money that makes childhood vaccines free? That payout amount is based on probability only and not proven injury. His assertion that there will be massive issues in five to ten years is bunk, because the issue (according to anti vaxxers) is already there. Autism. Bull.
McIntyre had this for FT;
It was Chrissie McKewen who came in at this point, followed by Barbara Vernon and Carl Davis. Chrissie called McIntyre dangerous and not vaccines, and added that pharma profits from pills (and mis-identified McIntyre as female calling him a witch). Barb demanded sources for his claims, while Carl identified him as a lost cause coming from the “Cult of Meryl” as I indicated in the opening remark of this article. For myself, all the marketing is done for pills! Where do we see advertising for vaccines? Nowhere! That profit margin is for the pills as Chrissie pointed out. Vaccines ARE tested as I said above and ARE needed!
McIntyre responded to all that thus;
The admin of the page Autism is not caused by vaccines was in first pointing to a note on that page titled “There are studies” (the very same one I shot at Lort Bizniz by direct link on the last entry). The link couldn’t be put there as the ANR page spams out links it doesn’t like. Barb suggested McIntyre use Google (not advice I would give) while making the point that government testing is commercially confidential. McIntyre totally ignored AINCBV and addressed Barb only;
He then added a link to another Australian National Review article (which wasn’t spammed out of course). I used the AAAV page to point out that Chrissie had linked 166 studies on her page and told McIntyre he owed her a million dollars. In addition here, the insert on vaccines is not medically viable as it is a legal statement only that should be removed as it admits to unproven things being linked to vaccines. McIntyre promptly moved the goal posts on the payout thus;
Chrissie promptly called him a welcher, telling him the studies she had listed were indeed independent. She threatened to send debt collectors after him (I have no idea how she could do that). It was at that point that I pronounced McIntyre as being added to the AV Name Check for lying about vaccines – as well as welching on Chrissie. He never said that Chrissie had to match the million until then. That wasn’t the original deal and deep down he knew it and bailed to a safe haven. My news had McIntyre reacting this way;
As I had hit him with the Chris Jericho meme I wasn’t responding to him there. I posted under AAAV on this occasion because I felt like it. His attack on my intelligence level was bullying at it’s most scintillating. He followed up with this;
This is delusional. Big Pharma isn’t worried at all, because they know the truth as do the truly intelligent in this world – people like myself. Those who are afraid of being exposed are the anti vaxxers as they are the ones looking at a jail term – again as I have said if I have any say in it.
This is beyond delusional. Let’s take this all down piece by piece.
1. A vaccine for stupidity would be applied to people like anti vaxxers. There is one. It’s called an education. But it doesn’t always work, as this idiot is admirable proof of.
2. A proper education does actually need to be tested and it costs as well so there would be no profit any more than any actual vaccine. But also like vaccines if it’s not used correctly there are issues.
3. The assertion that “saying that Autism is genetic is confusing” is insulting to say the least. Anyone with an education will know that it’s genetic!
4. Boosters are only needed because bodies change and grow so it’s needed to cover that factor. Education also needs a boost.
5. The scaremongerer here is McIntyre. He is dealing in fear that is irrational as this blurb clearly proves.
6. I can’t be bought.
This story is rubbish to say the least. For a start, crib death was common going back centuries! Mortality rates for many different reasons were through the roof for crying out loud! What a blatant fabrication! No good funeral director would make such statements! Flu deaths in the elderly are not caused by vaccines, but by a lack of herd immunity. The giveaway lie was that the assertion that this funeral director’s father had never seen a polio, measles or chicken pox death. Death from polio in particular was rife!! McIntyre made this up – or it was made up by someone else and he copied it. This is the example of poor research I was talking about at the beginning of this entry.
Additionally, there are NOT millions of parents speaking out! That’s a blatant exaggeration! Any “professional” who is speaking out is not a professional. Not at all. Any so called professional who is lying about vaccines is to be avoided at all costs.
Consequent to this I was banned from the Australian National Review page so I didn’t get the chance to bunk this at the time.
It’s McIntyre encouraging Russian Roulette using the next generation. Disease is a threat. Vaccines are not – unless they are used incorrectly and that is not the vaccine’s fault. McIntyre should stay in Moggs Swamp where he belongs because he is a poisonous individual who should be isolated for the good of the community in Glen Innes.