When the facts surrounding the safety and effectiveness of vaccines begin to be brought into the light, the only option left for those who manufacture, promote, and/or force vaccines onto the general population is to silence the presentation of those facts. Indeed, it is also imperative that those same forces prevent any alternatives to vaccination and financially incentivized medical dogma from becoming known amongst the general public.
Such was the mode of attack taken by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission in a case that dates back to 2013 against the homeopathic remedies company, Homeopathy Plus. In the early part of 2013, the ACCC instituted Federal Proceedings against Homeopathy Plus after claiming that the company was guilty of being “misleading and deceptive” after posting a series of three articles on its website that presented the Pertussis vaccine as being ineffective in preventing the disease and largely unreliable.
The Ministry of Truth also known as the ACCC also targeted the company due to their claims that homeopathic remedies are a safe and effective alternative to the vaccines. In addition, the ACCC has taken legal action against Homeopath Frances Sheffield.
The decision to take action against the company came months after the ACCC admits that the company removed the articles in question, yet the ACCC continues to push for an injunction to have the claims removed from the website. In other words, the ACCC is waging an expensive legal battle (ostensibly with taxpayer money) to forcibly remove claims from a website where they have already been removed.