A weekly blog with links to current vaccine news
Yesterday the Australian Capital Territory joined New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland in placing their populations in lockdown. Meanwhile they bribe us to take the experimental injection. Australia has only vaccinated around 21 per cent of its population 16 and over, and lags behind most of the world. This of course does not suit those pulling the strings who push the injections ad nauseam.
“The best incentive is this – you’re less likely to get the virus,” the prime minister said.
“You’re less likely to transmit the virus. You’re less likely to get seriously ill. You’re less likely to die.”
The NSW government has issued a desperate plea for residents to get any coronavirus jab available and is considering its own incentive scheme.
“They involve getting vaccinated to be able to do the things all of us want to be able to do,” Ms Berejiklian told reporters in Sydney.
Meanwhile our societies have changed. Reminiscent of the warning from Rachel Carson in Silent Spring whose concern was for the future of the planet and all life on Earth, today’s mental health experts warn of human isolation:
Humans are social animals. The isolation imposed by Covid-19 is debilitating. We want to have opportunities to be with other people, share meals, share a drink in the pub, and share activities.
Silence is loud in our world today. Masked persons perform their duties robotically. The clarion call of normal life has gone.
As Feza Tabassum Azmi writes:
The pandemic has changed our sonic environment. The ubiquitous sounds of life seem to have almost vanished. The vegetable vendor with his undecipherable call-outs of vegetable names, the street hawker’s rustic marketing jingle, the occasional kabadi wala’s high-pitched bawl, the innocuous gibberish of the tea-seller near the lane, the lyrical prayer of the beggar – all seem to have disappeared. Sound is vital to life. It provides a rhythm to our existence. The sounds of our mornings, evenings and night-time shape our life experiences.
Pilot pop-up vaccination programs at schools near you
Staff and students aged 16 and older who fronted at the Al-Taqwa college to be tested for COVID-19 last week were offered a surprise Pfizer chaser, in a “pilot pop-up vaccination program” directed at a part of Melbourne with one of the lowest vaccination rates in the state. Check the language beneath the photo above. ‘Eligible candidates’.
As well as on-site testing, vaccines were ‘offered’ to staff, parents and children. This “pilot program” offering the jab to teachers, parents and students is their next phase and the ONLY way they can reach their 70% vaccine targets. These vaccine hubs are coming to your schools.
See more here: Educate your kids
Missing from our mainstream news
COVID-19 vaccine weekly safety report 12-08-2021
Reports of deaths following Covid-19 vaccines are rising every week
Since the beginning of the vaccine rollout to 8 August 2021, over 13.7 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been given. The TGA has found that 7 reports of deaths were linked to immunisation from 447 reports received and reviewed. These deaths occurred after the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine – 6 were TTS cases and one was a case of immune thrombocytopenia (ITP). Since last week’s report, a further 11 reports of blood clots and low blood platelets have been assessed as confirmed or probable TTS likely to be linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine.
As we can now see from these reports adverse events and deaths following the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine are NOT a rare event.
TGA has provisionally approved the Moderna vaccine
The Moderna vaccine, also called Spikevax, (seriously) is an mRNA vaccine and is provisionally approved for people aged 18 years and older.
On 9 August 2021 the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) granted provisional approval to Moderna Australia Pty Ltd for its COVID-19 vaccine—Spikevax (elasomeran)—making it the fourth COVID-19 vaccine to receive regulatory approval in Australia.
The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine (mRNA-1273) is made from synthetic genetic material that is immersed in fatty substances, including cholesterol and polyethylene glycol (PEG). More specifically, modified RNA molecules that encode for a mutated spike (S) protein antigen of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the virus that can cause COVID-19, are immersed in lipid nanoparticles. The drug is administered in two intramuscular 100 mcg doses, 28 days apart.
From Moderna’s website:
Recognizing the broad potential of mRNA science, we set out to create an mRNA technology platform that functions very much like an operating system on a computer. It is designed so that it can plug and play interchangeably with different programs. In our case, the “program” or “app” is our mRNA drug – the unique mRNA sequence that codes for a protein.
Important note: From the TGA website
Data to support the use of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine in adolescents aged 12 to 17 years are currently under evaluation. It is expected that the TGA’s decision on use in this age group will be announced in 3-4 weeks’ time.
The TGA states that there are no specific concerns identified to date. However…
Moderna and myocarditis
There is a link
Christopher Brenner, a healthy 25-year-old from Ohio, was hospitalized with severe heart inflammation after receiving his first dose of Moderna’s COVID vaccine.
Heart inflammation and mRNA COVID vaccines
According to the latest data from VAERS, there have been 2,018 U.S. reports of myocarditis and pericarditis following COVID vaccines, with 1,275 cases attributed to Pfizer, 667 cases to Moderna and 71 cases to J&J’s COVID vaccine.
The inventor of mRNA vaccines has stated
the government is not being transparent about the risks’ of the COVID-19 vaccine after YouTube deleted a video where he discussed potential risks for young adults and teens. Dr. Robert Malone, who invented the mRNA technology that’s now being used in the COVID-19 vaccine, told Fox’s Tucker Carlson on Wednesday night that there isn’t enough data about the risks for these age groups and doesn’t believe they should be forced to get vaccinated
‘I don’t think the benefits outweigh the risks in that cohort,’ said Malone, referring to people in the 18 to 22 age bracket, ‘but unfortunately the risk-benefit analysis is not being done.’
the Australian Constitution explicitly prohibits any form of compulsion upon the citizens to take any form of medical or pharmaceutical service, including vaccination.
On this view, unvaccinated Australians still remain decent members of society and they cannot be treated as second class citizens.
Last week the Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, stated that people who are unvaccinated “will face more restrictions”. This could mean that those who are unvaccinated could have restricted access to travel, may not be allowed to attend football matches, concerts, and festivals.
Gabriël A Moens AM and Augusto Zimmermann writing in the Spectator explain why
the making of coercive statements to force people to get vaccinated would effectively amount to an indirect form of mandatory vaccination, the constitutionality of which is doubtful at best.