First Do No Harm

13 December, 2023

Hello Russell Broadbent here, Member for Monash

As the Australian government ramps up its messaging for people to consider yet another Covid-19 vaccination – for some it will be their seventh shot! I encourage Australians to ask their doctor about both the benefits and the risks!

I don’t understand why the Therapeutic Goods Administration continues to insist the Covid-19 vaccines are “safe and effective”, when other countries have stopped their use?

Did you know Iceland has suspended the Moderna Covid vaccine over heart inflammation (that includes myocarditis and pericarditis)? 

Did you know Sweden has restricted the Moderna injections to older people and Finland has halted Moderna to young men?

Did you know Norway and Denmark do not recommend Moderna Covid vaccination for children aged 12-17?

Or that Switzerland no longer recommends general Covid-19 vaccination for the Swiss population? 

And that the UK no longer recommends the covid vaccinations for healthy kids under 12 years of age?

No, I didn’t either until it was spelt out to me today by Doctor Phillip Altman, a pharmacologist and well-known pharmaceutical industry drug development consultant by trade who has worked tirelessly since 2021 to draw attention to the high incidence of widely reported serious adverse events associated with the Covid-19 vaccines including heart attack stroke and blood clotting.

What I do know, is that we have unprecedented and unexplained levels of excess deaths and cardiac presentations across Australia, and no-one can tell me why!

I find it unconscionable that our government continues to promote the take up of these vaccines when there are thousands of Australians who’ve been left disabled and injured by these vaccines – their lives changed forever and abandoned by the government that mandated them.

That’s just as I see it.

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