How safe are vac­cines?

The Coffs Coast Advocate - - NEWS -

JULIE Mi­davai, in let­ters last Satur­day, writes of her nat­u­ral im­mu­nity to in­fluenza and touches on the pos­si­bil­ity of com­pul­sory flu jabs for the el­derly.

As any car­ing doc­tor will tell you, all vac­ci­na­tions are in­her­ently risky to health.

They con­tain some nasty things like mer­cury, which can con­trib­ute to can­cers.

From my own ex­pe­ri­ence, I hadn’t had a flu jab for 10-years, and I was per­suaded to get one.

The next day I was very, very weak and in se­vere pain.

For two whole days I could barely get out of bed.

We have the right to in­sist on in­formed con­sent on jabs, and this right is what the Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment wants to take away from us.

A GP, Dr John Piesse, has re­ported his ex­pe­ri­ence of kids be­ing dam­aged by vac­cines, and be­came in­stantly hounded by the Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment for telling the truth.

He prac­tises in­formed con­sent, some­thing the Gov­ern­ment wants to stamp out.

In the US they have the Na­tional Vac­cine In­jury Com­pen­sa­tion Pro­gram, which has now paid over $US 3.5 bil­lion in com­pen­sa­tion for es­tab­lished in­juries and death to chil­dren. — Mal An­der­son, Coffs Har­bour

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