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Tay's Way Movement
Anti-vaccination liar web sites are like toadstools after rain - they pop up everywhere from something rotting underground. This is the latest, and a very professional site it is too, with lots of lies, bad advice and, of course, things to sell.
Tay planned a series of seminars about vaccination to be held across Australia (and Samoa?). As is usual for the sort of people who organise this sort of liefest, the venues are kept secret in case sane people turn up and ask questions. You will note the usual list of lies that the liars tell, and I have marked an obvious lie with the traditional yellow marker.
'Making Informed Choices' Workshop: SYDNEY
WHEN: Sunday 3rd of March, 2019
TIME: 10am - 2pm Sharp!
LOCATION: Sydney CBD (the exact venue location will be emailed through to you 3 hours before the event starts)
A half day workshop to spark your mind, inspire you into action, connect with other like-minded people and empower you to take back control of your family's health.
It will be a completely referenced and thorough presentation showcasing the latest science and medical literature, to help you feel informed and confident in your choices.
What will be covered in the workshop:
…..and so MUCH MORE!!
You will also be given nourishing refreshments, exclusive access to the online ‘Tay's Way Movement' community and a special information pack filled with resources, new science and medical literature to take home with you so that you can continue your vaccine research - as we should never stop learning.
I kindly and gently ask a question (4/2/2019)
Tay's Way is running some vaccination seminars. I was concerned about balance.
[Sent through a form on the web site because no email address was available]
Making Informed Choices
Will there be any medical vaccination experts or immunologists presenting at this event, or just anti-vaccination propaganda? I ask because the promotional material says "It will be a completely referenced and thorough presentation showcasing the latest science and medical literature".
The response was, as expected, not really a response at all.
Where did you come up with "anti-vaccination propaganda" as that is not what is listed on the promotional material at all? You're welcome to purchase a ticket, that way you will be able to find out for yourself first hand what this workshop is about.
As Ms Winterstein doesn't know what the word "propaganda" means further correspondence would be pointless.