Christopher William Savage is a former serving sergeant in the Queensland Police Service. We have been following his exploits since 2012 and he has recently come to prominence once again as the darling of the No Jab No Pay anti-vaccine protest movement, for a speech he gave at the Brisbane protest. It is long past time to publish a collection of the innermost, outside-voice thoughts of former Sergeant Savage. It is my opinion that he poses a risk to public health and safety.
Savage believes that some immunisation advocates are “possessed by demons” who will not survive “on this earth very long” because they have been immunised. From the anti-vaccine group, Vaccine Free Australia:
I want to bookend this collection of Savage’s broader sociopolitical treatises with two screenshots. This first image is from August 2012. Savage declares that he wants his guns back, granting us some retrospective succour in the knowledge that, in 2012 at least, Savage was not in possession of firearms:
I want my guns back I said you government arseholes
The second image comes from a post made by Savage, yesterday, on the Vaccine Resistance Movement group’s open page. The reader can now see why there is some more urgency to the Savage dilemma:
SHOULD VACCINATORS BE SHOT if they try to inject babies like this one? I say yes…
It is Savage’s anti-vaccination claims – and the broader respect he receives from all strata of the anti-vaccine movement – which has brought him the most attention. Our favourite cast-iron, black, flying pig wrote a damning piece on Savage in 2012. Back then Savage was sharing his new Statutory Declaration – bringing him worldwide anti-vaccine fame via the likes of the UK’s Christina England – in which he claimed innocent people were being framed by the Queensland Police Service; whilst making named, outrageous accusations against former colleagues, alleging misconduct, in the treatment of parents charged with assaulting their babies amongst other childhood injuries.
Of course, by that time, Savage had already drunk heavily from the vile poison which is the assertion that shaken baby syndrome is caused by vaccines; just like SIDS and every other ailment and health condition. One spectacular result of the aforementioned 2012 Lucky Losing blog post was that it elicited a response from one of Savage’s former colleagues who was intent on asserting facts. Here is the damning response from Witness, in full:
I wish to clear this matter up in regards to Sgt Savage. I am a Witness to the events that happened at the Ipswich Watchhouse. SGT Savage only arrived at Ipswich in September 2009 from Townsville. Upon arriving he made his prescence felt and got offside with all officers who worked in the Watchhouse including senior members of the QPS. He ranted about vaccines from the day he arrived, he pushed his anti Doctor anti traditional medicine down everyones throat. He sold alternative therapies in the form of medications to other QPS Staff Members. His views were always very extreme and he seemed to be extremely fixated on anything to do with medicine, to a point of madness.
He has no medical qualifications and yet he diagnoses and sells alternative therapies and medicines. He sold some to me!!! This was brought to the attention of senior QPS members and as a result SGT Savage was removed from his duties as a Charge SGT (shift supervisor) in the watchhouse as he could not be trusted. Senior Constables would run the shift whilst SGT Savage would perform the duties of a Constable and had to be under constant supervison. He was under serious investigation for his behaviour. The placing of material in a prisoners property was in fact ordered by SGT Savage for a staff member to do. He told the only other member working with him that night (a civilian watchhouse officer) to place the material in the prisoners property. SGT Savage then went and had a long and intense conversation with that prisoner and advised him of a defence of shaken baby syndrome and also that he had put information in his property to read when he got to the jail on remand. I was appalled and could not believe SGT Savage’s behaviour on this evening. Eventually senior staff were notified and Savage was finally removed from the watchhouse and sent to the communications room at Yamanto where he could be babysat and could be kept an eye on by senior staff from the district. Savage was a person that was not to be trusted around prisoners or members of the public and also had his service weapon removed from him in Townsville as a result of his unfit behaviour.
When the world was closing in on him, he then went of sick leave and was paid for a long period of time by the QPS, whilst the QPS decided what to do with him as he was dangerous. Eventually he left the QPS under a medical cloud as medical retirement. He was never confirmed in his position as Sergeant as he was not worthy of this rank.
I observed Savage selling and diagnosing medical conditions for people with all types of illness’s including cancer, female problems, pregnancy problems etc even though he has no qualifications to support this. He is a quack!!!!!!!!!!!! I looked up his website and it appears that he is still in the business of selling stuff to unsuspecting sick people. His website is “superoxy”. He has it listed in the states with a link to the australian website????? Scam??????
I am appalled at the way that he is accusing the QPS of being frauds, cover ups, evidence fabricators, liars, framers etc. The QPS do a very good job working long hard hours for very little reward. For the QPS to be on the recieving end of a psychologically dillusional madman is appalling and the QPS should go after him for defammation and should silence him from speaking utter evil and spreading lies and information that can not be proven or supported.
Mr Savage do everyone a favour and shut up and ping off. Your are crazy and no one wants to listen to your ranting irrational and pathetic self!!!!!!!!! You are a complete and utter disgrace to the QPS and all of the worthy men and women that put their lives on the line every day for the likes of people like you.
We can’t thank Witness enough for coming forward. This is important stuff: as we will see now, Savage relies heavily on his claims as a former QPS sergeant as his major argument from authority. The claims regarding Savage’s provision of unqualified health advice and unqualified healthcare, made by Witness, will also be substantiated as we progress. All screenshots are captured from Savage’s then public, various Facebook postings. His Facebook profile is now set to private.
Savage the police sergeant
Savage boasts of accosting strangers using his former employment as an authority to push his anti-vaccine lies:
Savage has published, on a public Facebook thread, on his profile, the contents of his message to Warren Truss:
Savage uses his former rank and service number to claim that the major side effect from vaccination is “life force reduction”:
This post claiming that a uniformed Savage is still serving as a police officer was shared many times. Savage commented on this post. I have not seen anywhere where Savage has corrected this claim that he is still a serving police officer:
Savage claims that a Family and Community Services case which at the time was current in the Lismore Base Hospital maternity unit – and there are real concerns regarding the mental health of the father – is a case of the hospital stealing babies:
Here Savage omits many of the reasons he left the QPS:
Savage on vaccines
Savage has recently been heralded by the new leaders of the anti-vaccine movement – the organisers of the national anti-vaccine protests – as a man of truth and integrity, for his delusional speech given in Brisbane. People actually stood by whilst Savage claimed vaccines are the real cause of shaken baby syndrome; people applauded him; they clapped when he made conspiratorial claims that vaccines are a “soft kill” mechanism utilised for the purposes of global depopulation. They clapped. They glowed. They cooed. Thankfully, as Brisbane friends reported, a few left in disgust.
This glowing endorsement comes from the now-defunct Brisbane anti-vaccine protest page (notice registered nurse, Alisha Wood, praising Savage. The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia can be contacted here – Queensland notifications must be made through the Office of the Health Ombudsman):
This one from 2012 more or less explains itself:
Okay, look, this one’s just funny:
Savage thinks Polio immunisation providers get what’s coming to them when they get murdered:
Savage is willing to testify against these individuals so as to have them “removed from this earth”. Clearly this is more incitement of violence against those he thinks deserve it, just like the Polio vaccine providers, above:
This post from only two days ago shows the strength of Savage’s delusions. This poor child did not die; the child was covered in bruising from being assaulted. The only thing Savage got correct in this post was the word “and”. Even that was a stretch:
There is nothing Savage won’t rub the wrong way.
Savage the offensive conspiracy theorist
Like many anti-vaccinationists Chris Savage has a broad range of nonsensical, insensitive, offensive beliefs that engender victim-blaming and the accusation of ill-gain by victims of tragedy and victims’ families.
One of the more offensive of the conspiracy theories is the false flag: the accusation that a particular event was staged by the government, with the complicity of victims and their families, so as to cover-up some broader evil agenda.
In 2012 Savage asserted that the massacre inside a Sikh temple by white racists was really the work of the CIA:
Savage, like many of his colleagues, claimed that the Boston Bombing was an obvious false flag:
The New World…