Letter to the editor
When the New and unproven technology used in these Vaccines has been proven to be safe, when the Vaccines have not been rushed to market without adequate trials and have been tested over several years-
When the Law is changed and vaccine manufacturers,who are presently exempt from product liability by the Law and can not be held responsible for their products side effects-
When every politician and Public Servant have been vaccinated for at least two years without serious side effects arising from the vaccine- then, and only then I would be happy to consider vaccination for myself and my family.
I wish to clearly state that I am not an Anti Vaxer and have had all the standard vaccines of the past offered in Australia and for overseas travel, however, since the early 1980’s the Law was changed to protect Vaccine Manufacturers from Product Liability suits, things have changed.
When the Gov is talking about Mandatory Vaccinations, then things have changed.
In summary, the changes, as advocated by our politicians, do not provide Australian Citizens with any guarantees, or protection, nor the ability to sue for injury or death from the Vaccines whether forced upon them or taken voluntarily by them, is tantamount to dereliction of duty.
This issue of vaccination should be resolved after open and public debate, by a National Referendum as the Politics of today can not be trusted to act in our best interests.
from P Steding
By Dr. Jim Mercola
It’s that time again — time for the pandemic outbreak propaganda machine to cry “Wolf!” and justify the mass use of vaccines and the necessity for chemical remediation. The World Health Organization (WHO) has already declared anotherglobal public health emergency.1
We’ve seen a string of these over-hyped virus scares over the past six years, from the bird and swine flu to Ebola — all of which died down as suddenly as they emerged, without causing the predicted widespread catastrophic damage in the real world.
This year, it’s the Zika virus, which is being blamed for a rash of reports of microcephaly2,3 among infants born in Brazil. The condition, in which babies are born with unusually small heads, is said to have surged from an average of about 150 cases annually to more than 4,780 cases since October 2015.
Microcephaly Cases Vastly Over-Reported
The Brazilian government has already admitted that overly generous parameters resulted in dramatic over-reporting of the rare condition public health officials have associated with the Zika virus, which has been dubbed by the media as the “shrunken head” virus.
To be on the safe side, when Zika-affected areas began seeing a rise in microcephaly, the Brazilian government asked health officials to report any case in which a child was born with a head circumference smaller than 33 centimeters.
False positives were expected, and when they realized that most of these babies were in fact healthy and normal, the threshold was lowered to 32 centimeters in December. The limit may be lowered even further, to 31.9 centimeters for boys and 31.5 centimeters for girls.
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