A: Our webpage here explains how the Covid injections differ from traditional vaccines
Q22: Is it true the Covid vaccine has been fast tracked and by passed many safety trials?
A: Yes. The Covid injection could be fast-tracked due to it being developed under “emergency” conditions. Vaccines normally go through animal trials first before moving to human trials, which normally take many years. However, normal protocol was not followed with the Covid jabs due to governments’ push to provide the vaccines under “State of Emergency” conditions. They are currently approved for emergency use only hence why our state governments are keeping their states under a “State of Emergency.” The Covid jabs being used in Australia are still in clinical trials until 2023.
Pfizer jab won’t be complete until 2023.
The AstraZeneca trials will reach completion in February 2023.
Q23: If they have tried for years to develop an effective and safe RNA vaccine for animals unsuccessfully, how were they able to produce ones for humans so quickly?
A: Until now, an mRNA vaccine was never brought to market due to the fact that the vaccinated animals, after being exposed to the wild virus, developed severe health issues, many resulting in death. The mRNA technology was considered unsafe for humans. However, under the guise of keeping us “safe”, the Australian government supported the development of these new technology vaccines which have been approved for emergency use.
Q24: Can the Covid vaccines cause injury and death?
A: Yes. There have been many reported injuries and deaths around the world from all the Covid vaccines. These are being reported on both mainstream and alternative news sources. Unfortunately the Australian Government and the mainstream news, in the most part, deny vaccine injury or death, even if it occurs within a very short time of a vaccine.
Family remembers ‘fun-loving’ woman who died after COVID-19 vaccine as authorities investigate
Australia Covid injection report statistics: See: AusVaxSafety
COVID-19 vaccine weekly safety report
US Covid injection report statistics:
UK Covid injection report statistics
Q25: Why was the AVN investigated by HCCC and why did they make a public health announcement warning against the AVN?
A: The AVN was investigated by the HCCC in 2009 due to complaints filed against us by an organisation called Stop the AVN whose stated goal was to do anything they could to force our organisation to close. The full history of the complaint and our response can be found on this page of our website
Q26: What happened with the No Jab No Pay high court challenge and the funds donated towards this?
A: In 2015, the AVN worked with several other organisations to bring about a Senate Inquiry into proposed No Jab No Pay legislation. Despite thousands of submissions and testimony from many other groups, including government departments, stating that this legislation should not be passed, the Senate chose to enact No Jab No Pay in January 2016.
The AVN believed that this issue was so important, it should not be allowed to stand. We sought funding from our members and raised over $100,000 to support legal action. We got advice from 3 separate groups of constitutional lawyers at a total cost of over $50,000. The advice was that a High Court challenge against No Jab No Pay did not have a chance of winning and would end up costing millions of dollars for no benefit.
We were devastated, as you can imagine, as were our members who supported this action with their donations. We went back to everyone who donated and asked if they would like a pro-rata refund from the funds they had donated. Less than 10% of our donors asked for a refund – the rest of our supporters told us to keep the money to use for future issues that would arise. Of those who asked for the pro-rated refund, they were all given their money back after expenses (the cost of counsel’s advice).