“That makes sense, Alf”: Meryl Dorey launches a new #StopAVN catchphrase

That makes sense, Alf

That makes sense, Alf

Alf Awka: I see plenty of problems with Human Gene patenting. Here is a scenario that I have been recently pondering on….say for example a vaccine is injected into a child and its hidden agenda is to change the genetic code of that child in a specific way? and this specific Gene change is patented by Bobs your uncle corporation….essentially‚Äč they then own your child? and or that corporation has the ability to take you to court for ownership of “there property” due to there patented Gene code in that child? just food for thought at the moment, given that I don’t know every single aspect of the patenting system as of yet…and how possible such a scenario could come into play?
Meryl Dorey: That makes sense, Alf. Just like Percy Shmeiser had to pay compensation to Monsanto for their contamination of his organic crops, I can see the day when parents will have to do the same for contamination of our children’s DNA. It is time for us to revolt against these sorts of activities. No government department is going to turn my kids into guinea pigs!

MD

(Original post, for as long as it lasts)

As Jason agrees, and to paraphrase Christopher Hitchens, some claims don’t so much need refudiating as underlining. Thanks to Reasonable Hank for spotting it, and for giving us this gem:

That makes sense, Alf

We may be witnessing the birth of a new Stop The AVN meme.

Do I need to mention that Dorey utterly failed to summarise the Schmeiser case honestly? Dorey’s prior understanding of the law, particularly regarding the size of collecting tins, is legendary. And I’m not personally holding my breath for the day when we have to compensate the government for raising mutant children without paying for their genetic adjustment.

But I am looking forward to the day that Dorey is held accountable for her shambolic quackery.

10 Comments

  1. Posted August 2, 2011 at 15:08 | Permalink

    I like what you do with syllables.

  2. Carol
    Posted August 2, 2011 at 16:58 | Permalink

    But what about the parsnips? Won’t anyone think about the impact this will have on the parsnips?

  3. Posted August 2, 2011 at 17:44 | Permalink

    I think it’s cruel to Meryl to have her out in the community like this. She needs to be cared for at a proper psychiatric facility, not lost in society, paranoid and ranting.

    Bring back Bedlam!

  4. mochuck
    Posted August 3, 2011 at 21:00 | Permalink

    Thanks for posting the link about the Monsanto v Schmeiser case. I’ve been looking for a proper reference for this for ages.

  5. Posted August 4, 2011 at 13:34 | Permalink

    No problem, Mochuck. It’s only Wikipedia, but you can follow the references there for sources.

  6. Ben
    Posted March 10, 2012 at 20:40 | Permalink

    Fuck. The AVN are on to us. Quickly, advance project Death-N-A to phase three. We can’t let these meddling fools thwart our race of super-nazi-reptile-science solders!

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