The Australian government’s claims of safety and efficacy of vaccines are being underpinned by non-objective science provided by an oligarchy of pharmaceutical companies through industry-funded institutions and lobby groups.
In this hostile climate, any citizen questioning vaccination policy is reflexively labelled an “anti-vaxxer” and marginalised or even censored.
The following piece is an ultimate guide to the dangers of vaccines in Australia, including a list of ingredients, studies and medical professionals opposing vaccines, details of the adverse reaction process domestically, Big Pharma’s connections to big business and government and more.
An Australian mother has published a book detailing the dangers of vaccinations, revealing new information about subversive aspects of vaccines into the public arena, while shining a spotlight on how propaganda, consensus science and fraudulent information has sold a corporate product as safe.
Agnotology in Vaccines, a new book published by mother-of-four Pixie Seymour, exposes an extensive list of names and joins the dots of the vaccine industry in Australia and around the world – attempting to “end a culture of ignorance by lifting the lid on the foul practice that is agnotology in vaccines”.
The new ‘No Jab, No Pay’ laws (Social Services Legislation Amendment) have passed and will commence as of January 2016.
This law was originally promoted and put in place to cease financial benefits to parents of children up to and including age seven of whom weren’t complying with the immunization schedule set out by the Australian Government.
However, things have changed, as General Maddox explains.
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.
TOTT News and Real News Australia were at the rally, and captured a number of photos, interviews and videos.
Biosecurity researchers inside a laboratory in Geelong. Photo: CSIRO/AAP Individuals suspected of having a “serious contagious disease” could face five years in prison if they defy orders to stay at home, including forced vaccinations, quarantine or jail, according to new legislation passed into Australian law. The Biosecurity Bill 2014 cleared parliament yesterday, and is aimed