As authorities turn attention to the vaccine rollout of children aged 5-to-11, available for bookings from Monday, campaigners look to take a stand as part of ‘Voices 4 The Kids’ to begin 2022.
The January 15 #ReclaimTheLine, the fourth to be held across Australia in recent months, will support parents in their right to choose medical procedures for their children without coercion.
The fast-growing movement of tens of thousands of pro-choice advocates has previously held themed events for musicians, workers and more, in opposition against mandate madness.
“We will protest peacefully and respectfully in a united stand for freedom, liberty and medical freedoms,” spokesman Christian Marchegiani said.
Three million vaccines are being distributed ahead of the start of the school year to enable the 2.3 million children eligible to be vaccinated against COVID to get their first vaccine.
There are fears similar COVID-19 jab mandates will be introduced to schooling in the coming months, given the fact the entire coercive movement began with ‘No Jab, No Play’ campaigns in 2013.
All protesters are being invited to wear a white T-shirt with the #ReclaimTheLine slogan and a message of support and/or truth on the back.
“At no other time in living history have ordinary Australians faced such an unimaginable threat to their freedoms – freedoms that until now, we have taken for granted.”
More to be announced here:
Stay tuned to the official website for more announcements over the coming week.
A group of parents formed to empower families across Australia to think critically about vaccinations for primary aged children has attracted the support of influencers such as former Ironman champion Trevor Hendy, drumming legend Jon Farriss, surfing legends Barton Lynch and Taj Burrow, and actors Zoe Naylor and Aaron Jeffery.
Since launching just over two months ago, Parents With Questions has gained more than 15,000 website subscribers and has a fast-growing social media following, with a reach of more than 23 million people to date.
The first three events were attended by thousands of workers and community members.
Check out our previous coverage for a taste of what to expect this weekend: