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    Q: Churches, dodgy groups, guys who are associated with women mysteriously going over high-rise balconies and dying: what have they got in common?

    A: When the brand's definitively shat upon, they rename.

    A fringe political group lobbying against vaccination and fluoride is attempting to change their name to the Informed Medical Options Party ahead of an upcoming state election.The Involuntary Medication Objectors (Vaccination/Fluoride) Party have applied to the Australian Electoral Commission for a name change.


    The Australian Medical Association has slammed the move as 'fraudulent' amid fears it could mislead voters at the 2021 West Australian poll.
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    Australian anti-vaxxer political party tries to change its name
    The Involuntary Medication Objectors Party (IMOP) have applied for a name change to the Australian Electoral Commission ahead of West Australia's state election next year.

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    It shouldn't be permitted on the grounds of deliberate deception. There is nothing 'informed' about the party.

    Superstitious Medical Options Party, on the other hand, sounds ok?
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    IMOP Founder Michael O'Neill refuted the comments, stating that Australians are 'highly suspicious' of what AMA promotes.
    'The IMOP party is committed to opposing all compulsory or coerced medication, and full transparency for any medical procedure that is put before the Australian people and funded by our tax dollars,' he told the publication.

    'Vaccination is a protected industry, and for the AMA to object to our calls for full transparency, makes you wonder what they are frightened of or who is paying them.'


    Daily Mail Australia has contacted IMOP for further comment.


    The heretic didn't "refute" President of the Australian Medical Association, Dr. Andrew Miller's refutation, his valid rebuttal. O'Neill just denies the science because he has a wanton penchant for conspiracy theories. He wants to be important.

    Refute: Prove falsity or error of (statement, opinion, argument, person advancing it), rebut or repel by argument. (OED)

    The Daily Mail editor is responsible for that misleading choice of words. He also gave the crackpot the last say. They feed on controversy. Sensationalism sells papers. So they will keep the 'issue open.'

    Wiki:

    'The Daily Mail has been widely criticised for its unreliability, as well as printing of sensationalist and inaccurate scare stories of science and medical research, and for copyright violations.'





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    Quote Strato said View Post
    IMOP Founder Michael O'Neill refuted the comments, stating that Australians are 'highly suspicious' of what AMA promotes.
    'The IMOP party is committed to opposing all compulsory or coerced medication, and full transparency for any medical procedure that is put before the Australian people and funded by our tax dollars,' he told the publication.

    'Vaccination is a protected industry, and for the AMA to object to our calls for full transparency, makes you wonder what they are frightened of or who is paying them.'

    Daily Mail Australia has contacted IMOP for further comment.


    The heretic didn't "refute" President of the Australian Medical Association, Dr. Andrew Miller's refutation, his valid rebuttal. O'Neill just denies the science because he has a wanton penchant for conspiracy theories. He wants to be important.

    Refute: Prove falsity or error of (statement, opinion, argument, person advancing it), rebut or repel by argument. (OED)

    The Daily Mail editor is responsible for that misleading choice of words. He also gave the crackpot the last say. They feed on controversy. Sensationalism sells papers. So they will keep the 'issue open.'

    Wiki:

    'The Daily Mail has been widely criticised for its unreliability, as well as printing of sensationalist and inaccurate scare stories of science and medical research, and for copyright violations.'





    Same wiki:
    Other criticisms

    The Mail's medical and science journalism has been criticised by some doctors and scientists, accusing it of using minor studies to generate scare stories.[16][17][15]

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    I see that a famous health care scientist and expert in immunology and vaccines has spoken out and stated that the Corona Virus is a fake virus intended to promote increased vaccination.....oh no sorry it was that colossal moron and brain damaged boxer Anthony Mundine.....like many people I was making the mistake in thinking fame in one occupation transferring across to being an expert in everything...NOT!

    https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...614af643ab7bbc

    On Saturday morning, Mundine, who rarely strays far from controversy, took to Facebook to put forward his theory on the outbreak.

    “I don’t even think this Coronavirus is real,” he wrote on his Team Mundine page.
    “I think it’s a ploy to give a mass vaccine, look into it.”
    What's extremely annoying though is that the newspaper lends credence to his insane blitherings by calling it a "theory", they should call it exactly what it is, the pointless and border edge insane ramblings of a brain damaged boxer.
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