Discussion: Vaccine consent age, cashless welfare, website changes

New changes describe how children turned 15 can make informed consent. Photo: CE

The Australian government has amended age of consent guidelines in regards to school vaccinations, bypassing the need for parental authority, while cashless welfare trials that unfairly target dependent recipients are set to expand in Queensland.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News and General Maddox from Real News Australia discuss continued efforts by the mainstream establishment to remove individual rights and enforce mandatory systems on the public.



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Age of Consent for Vaccinations | Queensland Government

Note the section: “A child of 15 years or above would normally be expected to have sufficient maturity, intelligence and understanding to fully understand the proposed treatment in order that they are able to provide valid and informed consent.”

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