Another “mysterious death” and states wash hands of vaccine liability
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
ANOTHER fit young man, in this case a PE teacher and football coach at a Melbourne school, has died mysteriously.
The COVID vaccine that is forced upon teachers by Victoria’s State Government is suspected as the cause, as it is in many other cases of “mysterious deaths” of fit, young healthy people in Australia and worldwide.
Medical scientists and doctors have warned against the dangers of Pfizer’s COVID shots and two national governments, India and Uruguay, have demanded that the company prove the efficacy and safety of its vaccines. In both cases the crooked Pfizer management withdrew their products in order to escape the demands.
India’s Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO) reported that its experts did not recommend the vaccine because side effects reported abroad were still being investigated. It also said Pfizer had not proposed any plan to generate safety and immunogenicity data in India.
But Australia, the corrupt federal and state health departments and medicine approval bodies such as ATAGI (Australi’s Technical Advisory Group on Immunisations) are actually pushing for a fourth COVID shot regardless of the lack of safety data.
Mitch Cade Williams, 34, collapsed at his Greenvale home on Saturday, July 2nd. The teacher from Haileybury College leaves behind his wife Casey and two young daughters Lila, 3, and Zoe, 1.
Media reports say the cause of his death has not yet been determined and will be investigated by the coroner. We await his finding with interest.
Meanwhile state governments and their vaccine-pushing health department have washed their hands of liability for vaccine injuries, after making them mandatory under so-called pandemic emergency laws.
According to media reports, new laws passed by Victoria’s Labor government are “aimed at helping Victorian employers make decisions on virus control measures” and will “allow employers to request an employee’s Covid vaccination status”.
Does this mean that an employer can coerce someone into getting vaccinated? It should not, given our right at common law to informed consent to medical treatment. However this right is already being violated by state government dictatorships such as Victoria.
So it’s now up to workplaces to set their own “jab requirements” and decide what measures are needed to “keep their workplaces and workforce as safe as possible from the virus”.
A possible bright spot is that it may now be easier to take an employer to court if they cannot prove the efficacy of vaccines or show beyond reasonable doubt that they are safe.
According to the chief health officer Brett Sutton, some vaccination requirements under “pandemic orders” have been removed, so businesses and employers should consider their own policies based on their own assessment of risk.
That’s a neat little sidestep that will help Sutton and company escape liability for the undeniable number of injuries and deaths that just happen to coincide with vaccines and boosters.
“The regulations do not require workers to be vaccinated, but will ensure employers hold relevant information to make decisions on necessary control measures at their workplace,” media reported.