Mon, Apr 27, 2015
Subject; Australia Forced HPV Vaccine
Australia: everyone must get vaccinated, except the Prime Minister’s daughters
2006: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott refused to vaccinate his daughters
We’re talking about Tony Abbott, who just ruled from on high that there are no more
exemptions from vaccines in Australia.
No more conscientious objections, no more religious exemptions. Only the rare medical
exemption, permitted by a doctor. And suddenly, every family who refuses vaccinations
for their children will lose up to $15,000 per year, per child, in federal support
money. Every family in Australia is eligible for federal money.
Tony has officially ripped away citizens’ right to choose. Australia is now officially
a medical police state.
Back in 2006, Tony was singing a very different tune concerning his own daughters.
On November 9, 2006, news.com.au had the story: “Abbott rules out cancer vaccine
for his daughters”:
“FEDERAL Health Minister [at the time] Tony Abbott has said that while he may be
seen as a ‘cruel, callow, callous, heartless bastard’, he would not be rushing
to have his own daughters vaccinated [with the HPV shot] against cervical cancer.
“‘I won’t be rushing out to get my daughters vaccinated, maybe that’s because I’m
a cruel, callow, callous, heartless bastard but, look, I won’t be,’ Mr Abbott said
on Southern Cross radio.”
How interesting. How revealing. Tony Abbott, a vaccine refuser. Then. But now he’s
the Pope of forced vaccinations for all Australians, whether they want them or not.
I don’t see Australian media outlets rushing to cover this contradiction. A reader
pointed me to the 2006 article. Otherwise I never would have known about Tony’s
Back in 2006, Tony had a bizarre justification for his anti-vaccine stance. The
news.com.au article spells it out:
Tony: “If there is a national immunization program [that includes the HPV shot],
I certainly will be making sure that they [his daughters] get vaccinated under
Tony: “The [national] program is what the experts think clearly is absolutely
and at the moment the experts don’t think this [HPV shot] is absolutely necessary.”
“Gardasil halts the spread of sexually-transmitted human papalloma virus (HPV),
which causes 70 per cent of cervical cancers. At present it costs $460 for the
recommended three doses.
“The PBAC said it made the decision because the vaccine program – which would have
cost about $625 million during its first four years – was not value for money.”
Let me take this apart.
Tony was saying he wouldn’t have his daughters vaccinated with the HPV shot because
there was no national program for it.
That’s like saying, “If the supermarket doesn’t sell cherries, I won’t let my daughters
You see, the only reason a national program to vaccinate girls with the HPV shot
wasn’t instituted, in 2006, was because of money. The cost vs. value of the program
was determined to be “not worth it.”
Conventional researchers, doctors, and vaccine manufacturers in Australia were quite
confident, in 2006, that the vaccine was safe and effective. Otherwise, they never
would have considered it, in the first place, for the national vaccine program.
(As far I’m concerned, HPV is one of the most useless and dangerous vaccines in
existence, but for the purposes of this argument, we’re talking about the conventional
Tony was deciding to reject what he considered to be a safe and effective vaccine
for his own daughters—for whatever bizarre reasons he cared to advance. Because
he had the right to choose. And because he held a high post in government. And because
he decided he could do whatever he wanted to do.
But now, flashing forward nine years, Tony is telling every person in Australia
what they have to do. No choice. No freedom. No right to seek out information
and make a decision based on that information.
Australia is a medical police state, with Tony, the old vaccine refuser, at the
If that isn’t cause for uproar in the Land Down Under, what is?
“Hi, I’m Tony. I’m your boss, your ruler, your King. What I say goes. For you. But
not necessarily for me. That’s the way it works, don’t you know? The King makes
rules for everyone else, but he can do what he damn well pleases. He’s above the
rules. He’s different. He’s the Lord of the idiots and slaves, but he himself is
free. That’s the deal. It’s none of your business. Just keep your eyes straight
ahead and your mouths shut and march forward. That’s your fate. I so command it.”