Newsletter 138 Open Letter, University of Wollongong, 'No Evidence for Mandatory Vaccination'
On 18 January 2016 sixty University of Wollongong (UOW) academics got involved in the vaccination debate by signing their names to a comment about the Australian government's immunisation policies. This was published on the UOW website. I have previously written several letters requesting the evidence for these claims but to date no evidence has been provided to confirm the claims UOW academics have made about the safety and efficacy of vaccines. These claims contradict the evidence presented in my PhD thesis - also published on the UOW website. They are also being used by the Australian government to enforce mandatory vaccination policies on the public.
Here is a 5 minute video clip of the misconduct in the research at the US CDC that has been used to falsely claim that vaccines do not cause autism. There are thousands of vaccine injuries occurring globally every day. These are being described by the Australian government, and other governments, as a 'coincidence' and they are not investigating this 'coincidence'. Hence the government is not promoting an evidence-based policy. These adverse events are being suppressed by Australian journalists who are informed they should not report on the other side of the vaccination debate.
Below is my latest request to the Vice-Chancellor of UOW , Paul Wellings, requesting that UOW academics provide evidence for the claims about vaccination they are supporting on the UOW website. Until this evidence is provided UOW academics will be responsible for promoting misinformation to the public on a health issue that is causing harm to human life. This is an offence under the criminal code act:
To the University of Wollongong (UOW)
Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul Wellings
18 November 2016
Dear Professor Wellings and UOW academics,
Thankyou for getting involved in the debate on government immunisation policies and mandatory vaccination. I have previously attempted to participate appropriately in scholarly debate on this topic by publishing academic papers and presenting at conferences, but I have found that the media and lobby groups are misrepresenting my research to the public. Therefore I am contacting you directly to request the evidence for the statements that have been made about government immunisation policies on the UOW website and on other lobby group blogs. Prof Heather Yeatman has not provided any evidence for her claims about immunisation and they are contradictory to the evidence I have provided in my thesis – also published on the UOW website.
I am also requesting that Prof Alison Jones provides evidence for the allegations she has made about my research in the News Ltd media and on the Australians Skeptics Inc lobby group blog. Unsubstantiated allegations should not be made about academics and the content of their PhD thesis. Alison Jones has claimed that the link between vaccines and autism has been disproven but she has not provided evidence for this statement. A US CDC whistleblower has provided evidence that vaccines can and DO cause autism.
Here is my latest Newsletter 137 Australian Health Officials: No Evidence for Mandatory Vaccination that describes the false statements that have been made about my PhD thesis to the public and I would like UOW academics to either provide the evidence for these statements or alternatively correct these statements in a media release and remove the false claims by UOW academics from the UOW website. This is necessary to ensure there is integrity in academic debates on scientific topics and hence to protect public health.
Dr. Judy Wilyman
The Science and Politics of Government Vaccination Policies