Okay. I’m going to try something different. Anti-vaccinationism is so ingrained in chiropractic that I am going to make this a series of short posts wherein every single time I see an Australian chiropractor do anything related to anti-vaccination guanofication, I am going to do a quick post. This is number 1, as is obvious.
Hopefully, for the more evidence-based chiros, these anti-vaccine people will go and study/practice homeopathy or naturopathy, or something. Maybe they could go and sell used cars. Until then, it appears the only thing which works with these people is to publicly shame them. When making their informed health choice of practitioner, the consumer deserves to know what these people believe.
One would think that today, of all days, would be a day in which anti-vaccine chiropractors would be a little circumspect about their anti-vaccinationism. But, they don’t do circumspect. Here is a list of articles published today, showing how far beyond acceptable chiropractic anti-vaccinationism has traveled. Even the Chiropractic Board of Australia has had enough (and kudos to the CBA):
The Chiropractic Board of Australia cracks down to protect the public. [CBA media release]
Chiros ordered to ditch anti-vax message [Australian Doctor]
Crackdown on anti-vax chiropractors [Medical Observer]
California’s rock and roll chiropractor, and chemtrailer to the stars, Billy DeMoss is getting quite a run here of late. Today he made another spectacular post:
Here is the text of his post, just in case you want to read it again:
…WT”frog”….you mean I am NOT the only one that thinks “vaccines” are the biggest HOAX ever…a more doper Russell Blaylock MD says they are fraudulent…hey vaccine junkies shoot up…make sure those chemicals are mixed good with all that pus grown on dead fetuses…wow what the sheepsters will be sold…you will see the light soon but IT WILL BE TOO LATE FOR MOST YOU JUNKIES…hey is that needle clean???..
I want to show you two people who liked that comment.
This is Ben Phillips. You have met him before in this post. Ben Phillips is a chiropractor at Innisfail’s Total Lifestyle Chiropractic.
This is Oliver Croke. He is the son of Tony Croke, National Board Member of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia. You met Tony Croke in that same post, above. Oliver Croke is studying chiropractic at RMIT.
Here is the DeMoss comment again, the one they liked:
…hey vaccine junkies shoot up…make sure those chemicals are mixed good with all that pus grown on dead fetuses…wow what the sheepsters will be sold…you will see the light soon but IT WILL BE TOO LATE FOR MOST YOU JUNKIES…hey is that needle clean???
Rock ‘n’ Roll bro. The Board has their work cut out.
I tend to get lost when someone posts LIKE thIS or something.
Alternating caps is not the way to prove a point.
Of course, proclaiming that vaccines are a hoax tends to have one’s point fall flat on its face when one considers the elimination of smallpox. Eliminated by a mass vaccination program, a program that in his world is a fraud, but in the real world worked perfectly.
Is the CBA encouraging reporting of breaches? (They shouldn”t be hard to find).
What about chiros who advise parents not to treat their children for fevers and that allowing your children to “catch” chicken pox and measles can correct “immune intelligence”?
If it were my decision, I’d see to it that they were held criminally liable for any harm caused by their idiotic advice.
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