Last Friday, we saw a flurry of media articles and stories announcing government plans to introduce a ‘No Jab No Play’ law in Western Australia (WA), despite Health Minister Roger Cook’s previous reassurance that he would await COAG guidance “to ensure there is a nationally consistent approach to immunisation requirements for attendance at childcare and preschool.”… [Read More]
Brian Martin is an emeritus professor at the University of Wollongong, Australia, and vice president of Whistleblowers Australia. He is the author of 17 books and hundreds of articles on dissent, scientific controversies, nonviolence, democracy, education and other topics.
In 2009 in Australia, a citizens’ campaign was launched to silence public criticism of vaccination. This campaign involved an extraordinary variety of techniques to denigrate, harass and censor public vaccine critics. It was unlike anything seen in other scientific controversies, involving everything from alleging beliefs in conspiracy theories to rewriting Wikipedia entries…. [Read More]
Subject: How NJNP affects our family
We parent three young children – 7, 4 and 2 – all of whom are intentionally not up to date on their vaccinations. This is an educated and deliberate choice.
With this new law coming into play, our family is seriously considering taking my four year old out of Kindy as the full fees will be more than we could afford on our wages. (We could put her into a local private primary school for LESS than I would be paying!)
I would have to stop working and keep her home with me. Which would be less stimulating for her and would have less societal contribution from me. I don’t understand how this is beneficial to our country in the long term? I don’t see how this law benefits society in the big picture. I also believe this law is very discriminatory…. [Read More]
Our family will lose 2 lots of $ 720 – $ 1440 Family Supplement
Our two girls are 16 and 18 and I was sent a letter from Centrelink, asking them to catch up on 18 years of shots to be up to date with the Immunisation Schedule.
Quote from Centrelink:
“ What you need to do. “
“If your children have missed vaccinations on the National Immunisation Program early childhood vaccination schedule, you will need to talk to your vaccination provider (including general Practitioners) and commence a suitable catch-up schedule for their age.
Children aged under 10 can be vaccinated for free by vaccination providers under the Australian Government’s Immunise Australia Program.
For a limited time, if Bethany and Melanie have missed vaccinations on the National Immunisation Program early childhood vaccination schedule, you can vaccinate them for free after consulting with your vaccination provider.
You need to take this letter with you and show it to your vaccination provider to be eligible.
To assist your vaccination provider in determining a suitable catch-up schedule for your child, please take a copy of your child’s immunisation history ( I do not have a history – as none of my 12 children were ever vaccinated ) statement with you as well.
You may incur a cost for the consultation with your vaccination provider.”
So Centrelink have been instructed to make this “No Jab, no Pay “ law retrospective by 18 years ! Is that legal? I have never heard of a new law being backdated 18 years – surely it should be from now on – the date they passed the legislation?… [Read More]
Attn: Ms. Kym Peake and Mr. Martin Bowles
Dear Sir and Madam,
This letter pertains to the recent changes in legislation regarding vaccination. Writing to you is my last attempt at securing the future of my family. Current law states that you have the authority to grant exemptions, and so I appeal for your assistance.
This matter requires your urgent attention. Please, I request that you comprehend the weight of my circumstance, and I respectfully submit that you conscientiously acknowledge and regard my genuine appeal.
Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is XXXXXXXXXXXX. I am a dedicated and loving mother to two boys, aged four and one. I only have my children’s best interests at heart. I have a nursing background, and used to be pro-vaccine until I was adversely affected. My stance is that I do not wish to harm my children as I was harmed. This is reasonable and responsible, given my duty of care. I would be negligent if I were to knowingly put my children at risk…. [Read More]
We are living in a time of change.
The status quo fights against this change.
If you have any questions, go to https://www.wiki-rath.org/
At a Cancer Free World conference in Berlin, Germany, on 13th March 2012, Dr. Rath called on the people of Germany and Europe to take responsibility for building a democratic Europe for the People and by the People.
Describing how widely available scientific research on natural remedies already makes it clear that the incidence of common diseases can now be reduced to a fraction of their current occurrence, he explained how the building of a new global health care system, based on the prevention and elimination of diseases, is now possible…. [Read More]