‘Refusenik’ Used in BBC Propaganda Video's Death Prompts Faux-Outrage From Vaccine-Death Deniers

Within hours of the former reality tv star, actor, and Law of Attraction expert Marcus Birks dying the internet was awash with faux outrage from Vaccine-Death Deniers.

The faux outrage came in the form of moral superiority, but in reality was little if anything to do with Marcus Birks' death, really being the feeble opportunism of internet trolls who leapt on the news as a perfect excuse to prove to themselves, if not to the world, that they had been right all along; that vaccine deaths a conspiracy theory as Marcus had 'previously thought.'

Their claim was Marcus Birks’ passing away proved that the original BBC article must be genuine, after all he'd died, what more proof could there be? He was therefore, entirely innocent of any wrongdoing, and really was a ‘repentant conspiracy-theorist’ exactly as the BBC had characterised him. He was definitely not coached they protested, even though his words were identical to the previous four ‘repentant anti-vaxxers’ this was simply a coincidence.

Ok, he was an actor who just happened to have switched off his talent agency profile when the news article was broadcast but this, the mouth-breathers assured us, was a mere coincidence. It was also a coincidence that 3 out of 5 other 'repenting conspiracy theorists' also just happened to be signed up to the same agency. 'So what? cried the internet trolls, people like acting, it's not a crime!'

Some in the Twitter Mob ‘demanded’ that articles about Marcus Birks were taken down from the internet entirely, claiming that their opinion alone was justification enough for any article deletion. Others took the pseudo-moral high ground, ranting that negative articles featuring Marcus Birks remaining online would ‘upset his family’. Marcus Birks had spent his entire life trying desperately to get his face on camera, any camera, and for any reason. Nothing was too undignified for him. he clearly loved the limelight and craved attention judging by his websites, instagram, twitter feeds, and numerous entertainment agencies. If his family is in the least bit bothered by some negative press when he's demeaned himself for 20 years on Reality TV shows, and allowed himself to be used in offensive propaganda then they needed to have told him that they didn't like his constant attention seeking before he died. It's a bit late now.

Marcus Birks' career had involved Acting; ‘Reality TV’; Rapping; Singing; DJ'ing and he had also became a self proclaimed expert in cosmic ordering, the technique of attracting only good things into your life merely by wishing for them really hard. In dozens of 'inspirational' posts he claimed that he was 'living proof' that the Law of Attraction was not only real, but that he was an expert in it. He only every attracted 'good things' into his life, he controlled his own health by the power of the cosmos. Birks assured his followers that they too could have a life filled with health and wellbeing if they just followed his technique. These messages abruptly stopped when he went into hospital.