by RICK MORTON
This woman wants to hide children from ‘evil’ doctors who are trying to save their lives.
Let’s all take a moment to let that sink in. Here’s an example of one child the anti-vaccine campaigner wanted to save, not from Hepatitis B, but from a life without it.
The baby was not even two days old and already it faced a future of chronic illness, diseases and possibly liver cancer.
If infected with Hepatitis B, the infant faced a 90 per cent chance of developing ‘chronic illness’ and in turn a a 25 per cent chance of experiencing liver cancer. It’s mother is a chronic sufferer of the same Hep B virus and so the child was at great risk. Those are not, by any betting person’s standards, very good odds.
But it was the orders of Justice Jean Dalton that sent a ripple around the country: the parents would have to vaccinate this child whether they liked it or not. And they most definitely did not like it.
The mother refused vaccinations on religious reasons, the father on ‘philosophical grounds’ because he believed the Hep B vaccine could cause his child to develop Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (a rare brain disorder) and be at increased risk of Dementia.
But nowhere, it seemed, were the parents concerned about the direct danger in which they’d placed their child.
Despite all this, it was the doctors that rabid anti-vaxxer Meryl Dorey targeted as the ‘child abusers’ on her Facebook page after the decision was released to the public at the end of last week.
After all, Dorey knows how to ‘cure’ Hep B with the help of tea leaves and dreams.
“Chinese herbal medicine has cleared all signs of Hep B infection from the system of people I know personally. Speak with a competent Chinese herbalist and ask them what they can do to help you,” she wrote on her anti-vaccine Facebook page.
She then went on to announce her gob-smacking vaccination safe-house program.
“If you find yourself in this situation and you are trapped in the hospital, contact the AVN and we will do what we can for you. We have hidden parents before and we will do so again if necessary,” she said.