Protesters rallied at Queens Park in Brisbane yesterday to oppose proposals to revoke family tax benefits of conscientious objectors to vaccination, through means of legislative reform, and to promote the ideals of freedom of choice from state-enforced measures through lies, deception and propaganda.
The Australian Government is set to introduce measures to remove family tax benefits from parents who are “conscientious objectors” to childhood vaccination from January 1st, 2016, as part of an attempt to “crack down on the anti-vaccination movement.”
Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced a loophole would be closed to stop payments to parents worth up to $15,000 per child:
Parents who vaccinate their children should have confidence that they can take their children to childcare without the fear that their children will be at risk of contracting a serious or potentially life-threatening illness because of the conscientious objections of others.
The new plans are set to be introduced despite evidence to suggest that herd immunity is a myth, and each dose from a vaccine schedule is subjective to the individual child. Furthermore, the clinically proven alternatives suppressed from the public and concerns of dangerous ingredients, such as Mercury, being injected into the human body.
Following a number of speakers, including Lissa Weckert from Our Will Be Done and Allona from the Fit To Parent Network, over 1000 individuals from a variety of backgrounds – parents and educational scholars; for and against vaccination – marched through the streets of Brisbane to voice their concerns with the government’s new proposals.
TOTT News and Real News Australia were at the rally, and captured a number of photos, interviews and videos respectively.
1) Willow via Real News Australia
2) Lissa Weckert from Our Will Be Done via Real News Australia
4) Allona Lahn from Fit to Parent Network
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On Episode #30 of the Australian Roundtable Podcast – on location from the Sunshine Coast – the panel are joined by special guest, Lissa Weckert, as the first 90 minutes of the broadcast is dedicated to discussing the underlying mechanisms associated with vaccine dangers in Australia.
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