Who can you vote for in the Australian Senate 2016?

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PRO CHOICE SENATE CANDIDATES BY STATE

There is a lot of confusion at the moment around who to vote for in the Senate if you are pro health choice, especially with the new laws. I have taken the liberty of calling around, messaging and emailing the candidates/parties below and they have stated that they or their party is pro health choice.

This does not mean you should just take my word for it, please contact them yourself and make sure that your votes are going to parties/candidates that you relate to. Most of these parties/candidates are pro vaccination but the important thing is that they believe in your right to choose.

For the states with a small amount of candidates/parties I am still trying to find more options for you, but you may end up having to just choose candidates to fill in the gaps that are left unfilled. Hopefully independents will make better candidates than the big 3 sell outs but that choice is up to you.

At the bottom of the list I will put the names of parties that are supportive of No Jab No Pay/Play, please take note so that you do not choose them by mistake thinking that they are open to informed health choices.

 

 ACT

Rise Up Australia

Sandie O’CONNOR

Jess WYATT

VOTEFLUX.ORG

Michael GERARD

Animal Justice Party

Deborah FIELD

Jessica MONTAGNE

Sustainable Australia

John HAYDON

Martin TYE

 

NSW

Health Australia Party

Andrew James PATTERSON

Leanne PAFF

Rise Up Australia

Brian Malcolm TUCKER

Maree NICHOLS

Non-Custodial Parents Party

Eric GREENING

Andy THOMPSON

The Arts Party

Barry KELDOULIS

Nicholas GLEDHILL

Independent

Liam MUNDAY

Independent

James WRIGHT

The Marijuana (Hemp) Party

Jason Mark OLBOURNE

Andrew John KATELARIS

Democratic Labour Party

Paul MCCORMACK

Dawn MILLS

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation

Brian BURSTON

Dean MACKIN

Christine Pamela BERNIER

VOTEFLUX.ORG

Steven LOPEZ

Nathan SPATARO

Animal Justice Party

Lynda STONER

Gordon ELKINGTON

Drug Law Reform

Ray THORPE

 

NT

Rise Up Australia

Jan PILE

Jimmy GIMINI

Citizens Electoral Council

Trudy CAMPBELL

Ian BARRY

1Territory

Greg STRETTLES

The Marijuana (Hemp) Party

Andrew KAVASILAS

Vote below the line to make sure that your vote goes only to the Hemp Party and not to the Sex Party

 

QLD

Independent

Greg BEATTIE

Health Australia Party

Jason WOODFORTH

Sarinah GOLDEN

The Arts Party

Frances JANKOWSKI

Neil FAINGES

Independent

Shyamal REDDY

Rise Up Australia

Paul TAYLOR

Neroli MOONEY

VOTEFLUX.ORG

Mark GARDNER

Reece FLOWERS

The Marijuana (Hemp) Party

Therese HOWES

Vote below the line to make sure that your vote goes to the Hemp Party and not to the Sex Party

Democratic Labour Party

Sheila VINCENT

Lucius MAJOOR

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation

Pauline HANSON

Malcolm ROBERTS

Fraser ANNING

Judy SMITH

Animal Justice Party

Paul BEVAN

Zade WATSON

Independent

Zoemaree Harris

 

SA

The Arts Party

Terence Michael CRAWFORD

Charles Andrew Laurence SANDERS

SA Marijuana (Hemp) Party

Ryan Douglas PARKER

(Just make sure you vote below the line so that the vote only goes to Ryan Parker and not to the Sex Party, if you vote for him above the line it will go to both the Hemp Party and the Sex Party.)

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation

Steven David BURGESS

Angelina NICOLIS

Animal Justice Party

Tania NOBLE

Emma BREAGAN

 

TAS

Animal Justice Party

Karen BEVIS

Alison BAKER

The Arts Party

Scott O’HARA

JoAnne VOLTA

Independent

Kaye MARSKELL

VOTEFLUX.ORG

Adam POULTON

Max KAYE

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation

Kate MCCULLOCH

Natasia MANZI

The Marijuana ( Hemp) Party

Matt OWEN

Vote below the line to make sure that your vote goes to the Hemp Party and not to the Sex Party

 

VIC

Health Australia Party

Isaac GOLDEN

Kathryn BREAKWELL

Rise Up Australia

Daniel NALLIAH

Rosalie CRESTANI

The Arts Party

Rose GODDE

Jamie CHRISTOPHER

Maureen J ANDREW

VOTEFLUX.ORG

Daniel LEHRER

Stuart James MILNE

Animal Justice Party

Bruce POON

Jacqueline EDGECOMB

Democratic Labour Party

Stephen VEREKER

Michael FREEMAN

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation

Simon Peter ROYLANCE

Ian John CAMERON

Independent

Allan MULL

Independent

Stephen JUHASZ

Independent

Geoff LUTZ

 

WA

Health Australia Party

Samantha TILBURY

Sara FARGHER

The Arts Party

Robert BURATTI

Patti BRADSHAW

Rise Up Australia

Anthony HARDWICK

Sheila MUNDY

VOTEFLUX.ORG

Richard THOMAS

Mark CONNOLLY

Democratic Labour Party

Fernando BOVE

Troy KIERNAN

Animal Justice Party

Katrina LOVE

Alicia SUTTON

The Marijuana (Hemp) Party

Michael BALDERSTONE

Vote below the line to make sure that your vote goes to the Hemp Party only and not the Sex Party

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation

Rodney Norman CULLETON

Peter GEORGIOU

Ioanna CULLETON

 

 

These are the parties that support coercive and discriminatory vaccination policies like No Jab No Pay/Play:

Labor

Liberals

Greens

Science Party

Australian Sex Party

Australian Progressives

The Cyclists party

Socialist Equality Party

Veterans Party

Nick Xenophon Team

Australian Liberty Alliance

Derryn Hinch’s Justice Party

Guide to all Senate candidates can be found here

Quackenboss goes to Washington

Levi Quackenboss

I wasn’t going to write this blog until next week but my flight landed and clearly all of you are standing by to hear how today went, so I am sitting down the minute I walked into my house to update you.

This is going to be quick and dirty because it’s late and I haven’t slept after flying into and out of DC today and yesterday.  The background is that a few months ago I approached Tami Canal, the founder of March Against Monsanto (MAM), to strike a deal: if I gave her the link to watch Vaxxed before just about anyone else in the country, she would write a review of it and promote it on Facebook. Because of an incoming link to my blog earlier in the year I realized her position on vaccines for the first time– and the fact that the anti-GMO group isn’t united with…

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Measles deaths in Africa

The brilliant Greg Beattie, if you haven’t already I recommend reading his book “Fooling ourselves on the fundamental value of Vaccines” http://vaccinationdilemma.com/fooling-ourselves-on-the-fundamental-value-of-vaccines

No Compulsory Vaccination

The following article is by Greg Beattie, author of Vaccination: A Parent’s Dilemma and the more recent Fooling Ourselves on the Fundamental Value of Vaccines. It was originally published on the REAL Australian Sceptics blog and bears repeating.

This information and the graphs included are excerpted from Mr Beattie’s latest book. It demonstrates very clearly that a true sceptic will not necessarily believe in headlines such as “Measles deaths in Africa plunge by 91%” without seeing the proof of those claims. Question everything – accept nothing at face value – that is the credo of the true sceptic.

Man is a credulous animal, and must believe something; in the absence of good grounds for belief, he will be satisfied with bad ones.
Bertrand Russell

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Paul Offit Doubles Down on His 10,000 Vaccines

Vaccines

<< Question: A baby can handle as many as 10,000 vaccines safely during infancy. Do you still agree with that position? >>

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If you add up actually all the immunologic components in vaccines, the total is about 155, 160, which is trivial, and so we make 10 to the ninth new B and T cells everyday, I think probably the number…

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