My Journey from Ignorance


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The tide is turning… WHILE RETURNING from the United Nations building where I heard NYU Professor Mary Holland (School of Law) nail the issues of constitutional and international law on the right to informed consent to the floor, to … Continue reading

Dear Bill

Marco Cáceres di Iorio

“Dr. Thompson has been handled and will most likely submit a revised version of his analysis and try to absolve the MMR vaccine in early May 2016.”

— Brian Hooker, PhD, biochemical engineer

God, I hate cover ups. Don’t you? I mean, that’s why I left the Catholic Church. When a hierarchy, an old boys’ club gets too big for its britches and seeks to hide or obfuscate stuff that hurts and kills our children… Well, that’s enough, don’t you think? And for what, to try and save an institution? So you keep your pension. That’s good. So you get your own foundation. That’s a fine thing too. But that’s an awful lot of hurting, an awful lot of killing… for a pension and foundation. Don’t you think? (I need another cup of coffee.)

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The Unintended Consequences of #VAXXED Getting Axed

Levi Quackenboss

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Surely you’ve heard a few times this month that Robert De Niro deselecting Andrew Wakefield’s movie VAXXED at Tribeca was the best thing that could have ever have happened to it.  Even though De Niro was kicking himself for his knee-jerk reaction on the Today Show last week in the greatest six-and-half-minute interview of all time, we can’t deny that this has turned into quite the phenomenon.

I’m not going to lie– I was momentarily devastated when I saw the news that it was pulled three weeks ago. “Pharma wins again,” I thought.  “No surprise there.” I figured that the two-day ride that the movie had at the top of Facebook’s trending news was over; VAXXED would disappear into oblivion without anyone outside of our circle ever seeing it.

But I was wrong. It turns out that the act of yanking VAXXED from Tribeca, and all of the praise from…

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De Niro takes the giant leap

I love you Robert De Niro, you are our champion!

Marco Cáceres di Iorio

“Nobody seems to want to address [the issue of whether vaccines cause autism] or they say they’ve addressed it and it’s a closed issue. But it doesn’t seem to be because there are many people who will come out and say, ‘No. I saw my kid change like overnight. I saw what happened and I should have done something and I didn’t.’ So there’s more to this than meets the eye, believe me. The thing is to shut it down—there’s no reason to. If you’re scientists, let’s see, let’s hear. Everybody doesn’t want to hear much about it, it’s shut down. … There is a link [between vaccines and autism] and they are saying there isn’t and there are… other things there. I don’t know, I’m not a scientist but I know because I’ve seen so much reaction of just ‘let’s find out the truth.’ … I think the movie [Vaxxed

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One of many follow ups to the fallout of the No Jab No Pay laws

I just received permission to share this letter. It was sent to Centrelink in response to the letters they sending to him warning that they would be cutting off of his child’s childcare payments.

“Referring to your letter which advises us that our Childcare Benefit payments will be stopped due to the recent No Jab No Pay legislation, I wish to make a formal complaint on the following basis.

“The Australian Government has agreed to uphold and respect many of these human rights treaties including the:
…Convention on the Rights of the Child”

This convention states:

“Article 2.2. States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that the child is protected against all forms of discrimination or punishment on the basis of the status, activities, expressed opinions, or beliefs of the child’s parents, legal guardians, or family members.” – which includes our refusal to concent to vaccinating them. However, they will now be excluded from childcare on that basis.

“Article 24 2. States Parties shall pursue full implementation of this right and, in particular, shall take appropriate measures:
(a) To diminish infant and child mortality;” – given that it has been shown that infant mortality rates increase in direct proportion to vaccination rates

This policy does exactly the opposite.

The No Jab No Pay policy is a tool to financially coerce parents into vaccinating. However, according to the Australian Immunisation Handbook…/Handbook10-home…

“For consent to be legally valid, the following elements must be present:

2. It must be given voluntarily in the absence of undue pressure, coercion or manipulation.”

In other words, even if we do consent – this consent will be legally invalid, in which case the administration of a medical procedure would be either trespass or civil assault as per The Queensland Criminal Code s.245.

Further, my child will be denied a benefit based on her medical status – the percieved probability of her getting sick with a “vaccine preventable disease”. This goes against the
Disability Discrimination Act as explained here:…/brief-guide-disability…

“Who does the D.D.A. protect?
The definition of “disability” in the DDA includes:
– The presence in the body of disease-causing organisms.”
“The DDA covers a disability which people:
– May have in the future
– Are believed to have”

In other words, you are not allowed to discriminate people who ARE sick, who MAY BECOME sick, or YOU JUST THINK MAY BECOME sick – which is the case.

If your answer to the violation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child above is that you punish not the child but the parents, then the Disability Discrimination Act has this to say:

“The DDA also protects people who have some form of personal connection with a person with a disability like relatives, friends, carers and co-workers if they are discriminated against because of that connection or relationship.”

Therefore, I am wrongfully being denied my childcare payments and would like to lodge a formal complaint and an appeal against this decision.

Yours faithfully….”

The parent who wrote this letter received a phone call from Centrelink and a promise that his letter would be sent on to politicians. Yes, I understand that this is not the ideal outcome that we would want but if enough people do it then it just may have an affect.

There is also more information in his submission in to the No Jab No Pay Senate Inquiry

Here is the link to the Centrelink reviews and appeals department

Reviews and appeals

If you do not agree with a decision about your entitlements, you have the right to ask for a review of the decision.

Asking for a review of a decision

You can ask for a review of a decision about your payments and rebates, or a child support assessment, by writing to, calling or visiting one of our service centres.

We do not discriminate against customers who exercise their right of appeal.

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Feedback and complaints

You can give us feedback or make a complaint without going through the review and appeal process.

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Claiming compensation from us

If you think we have made a mistake that has caused you a financial loss or other detriment, you may be able to claim compensation.

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If you receive any letters of response please send them to me without any identifying information and I will share them anonymously.