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Is the AVrN lying?

In December the anti vax cranks at the Australian Vaccination-Risks Network advised that they had sent a letter to Brendan Murphy, demanding that the Therapeutic Goods Administration withdraw all approvals of all COVID-19 vaccines forthwith. They threatened to take them to the Federal Court if there was no compliance with the demand by Christmas Eve.

The vaccines remain approved – as they should be.

And now the proven liars are claiming that the case is due to start next week.

A search of the Federal Court registry at comcourts.gov.au reveals a different result. No such case exists. A search in the applicant part gives no relevant results for any search term that would bring it up. With the simple restriction of “Vaccination” (as in the full name of the AVN) and the Federal Court of Australia – nothing comes up. Everything comes up. There is no way to hide it. And yet nothing comes up. It’s the same with “AVN” and “Dorey”.

One of my inner circle, who is no longer on Facebook, challenged the AVrN in the comments on their website under the name of this blog. It was trashed because it didn’t enter the moderation queue. That indicates that they have an auto trash for AAAV. Of course. So I make the same challenge my friend did – provide the file number. Until you do, there is no case.

This isn’t new. Dorey previously claimed that Polly Tommey had her three year ban reversed. Same thing – there was nothing anywhere in the Federal Court registry. It was subsequently found that there was no case – at all. Tommey never reversed the ban – she never even made an application (that would have shown up as well and it didn’t).

So in answer to the question in the title of this blog entry the answer at present is simple.

Yes.

As they always do.

Note – prior to noting that nothing has been filed that I could find, I did send a letter to the Federal Minister for Health making a number of recommendations in order to nip this in the bud. It looks like being a waste of time.

Edit (13/1) – corrected the name of the person claimed to have had their ban reversed. It wasn’t Suzanne Humphries. My mistake. Also, while I’m typing – the announcement that the case starts next week has now been removed from the website. Looks like my sharing of this on the AAAV Facebook page got out to them!

Edit (14/1) – Further information. The AVrN claimed in an update on January 6 that they had retained the services of barrister Jeremy Harrison of the Wentworth Chambers in Sydney, and Mark Robinson of the Maurice Byers Chambers. There is no such barrister in the Wentworth Chambers. There is however a Mark Robinson in the Maurice Byers Chambers, but on the basis of the first one – I doubt he even knows about this.

AVrN cuts back on Facebook

It is with delight that I announce that the Australian Vaccination-risks Network has all but given up on Facebook. This is good news. No more new posts – or to put it another way, no more regurgitating lies and baseless innuendo about vaccines. At least not in the written form. Founder and spiritual leader Meryl Dorey continues to lie though on her little video show Under the Wire – which is still being shared on the page and is now their only content going forward.

Under the Triple AV page I put a comment, and I fully expect it to be burned on sight so I took a screenshot as soon as it was posted in order and here it is;

Shadow banning (AKA stopping advertising and searching) is the right thing to do with wrong medical information. To say otherwise is medical mischeif to put it lightly – the very same medical mischeif they claim vaccines are. The vaccination program is flexible. Doctors have the right to alter the schedule to suit the needs of their patients, certainly in the short term. For example some vaccines are not to be administered is a child is running a certain temperature. To assume the program is hard and fast with no wriggle room for wholly acceptable medical reasons is outright rubbish.

Hopefully there will be no regrouping. Of course Dorey and her lackeys will try. They can’t stand the lack of attention – much like Donald Trump. And they are just as deluded and have little to no connection with the real world. Parler is pretty much gone for good and the others will eventually fall into line with medical fact (and other stuff that should not be seeing the light of day in social media). Lying in such important areas will disappear entirely because it has to.

I will keep an eye out for their so called FAQ. And I will also be watching for their filthy bus should it be announced that they are coming to Victoria. Not if I have any say in it!

Anti Vaxxers Strike Back against Senator Di Natale

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.