Adding to the pile of disconcerting information are revelations from recent Senate Estimate hearings regarding the Therapeutic Goods Administration’s (TGA) handling of the deaths of two young children who suffered heart attacks. These sad events have been potentially casually linked to Covid vaccinations.
Which begs the question, have Australian parents, through Department of Health vaccination consent forms, been misinformed into believing these vaccinations are safe and effective and provide more benefit than risk? If so, and the side effects – particularly for young children – outweigh the benefit, could the ‘safe and effective’ line be perceived as disingenuous?
Such a conclusion would be a revelation so profound that trust in government regulators may be beyond redemption. Can informed consent really be considered valid if regulators do not thoroughly divulge risk?
According to the Australian Government Department of Health immunisation handbook: valid consent is the voluntary agreement by a person to a proposed procedure, which is given after sufficient, appropriate, and reliable information about the procedure, including the potential risks and benefits, has been conveyed.
In this article we argue that Australian parents have potentially been manipulated with unreliable misinformation into consenting to a procedure that the evidence suggests is all risk and no benefit to healthy children.
Authorities deferred to secret health advice to justify mandating these injections to Australia’s most vulnerable children, those in care of the state. Yes, they are so confident with their advice that the public is not allowed to see ‘the science’ behind it.
Those involved supported excluding children from activities to coerce participation using an ‘all stick and no carrot’ approach, and encouraged parents to inject their children following potentially misleading safety and efficacy claims. Such an approach could be seen as a failure of due diligence.
Vaccine consent forms state, ‘for a vaccine to be approved, the TGA must assess that the vaccine is safe, effective and manufactured to a very high quality standard’ however, the government’s own reports show there is little-to-no conclusive data to support such claims. It can be argued these experimental gene therapy synthetic lipid nanoparticle messenger RNA vaccines are only provisionally approved, are unnecessary for healthy children, not effective, have questionable mRNA manufacturing integrity, and have not been proved safe.
In our humble opinion, these approvals are a threat to public health and safety and those responsible have demonstrated a wilful and reckless disregard for the wellbeing of our youngest and most vulnerable Australians.
There are no words to describe the pain of losing a child. It hurts to breathe and more importantly, it upsets the natural order where parents are now burying their children. We cannot understand how these injections were approved for healthy children.
It is our opinion that the TGA appears to have failed to evaluate and assess these therapeutics with the health and safety of our children as the priority. What has been revealed through the reported delay of information for these heart-wrenching deaths of precious children and the reported adverse events is an apparent catastrophic failure regarding duty of care. There are questions as to whether the TGA potentially delayed and/or obfuscated information related to showing that adverse events were causally linked to Covid vaccines that resulted in the death of children. Australian parents would likely have been more hesitant had they been fully informed of potential fatal risks.
It seems as though the TGA and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) were in lockstep support of the Dr Eric Rubin ‘we’re never gonna learn about how safe the vaccine is until we start giving it’ model of safety.
In that case, a voting member of the FDA advisory committee replied to the question, ‘Based on the totality of scientific evidence available, do the benefits of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-10 Vaccine when administered as a 2-dose series outweigh its risks for use in children 5-11years of age?’ by stating:
‘We’re never going to learn about how safe the vaccine is until we start giving it. That’s just the way it goes.’
It is unlikely that Australian parents feel the same way about their children ‘testing’ the safety of mRNA vaccines.
The TGA and the Advisory Committee on Vaccines (ACV) knew, or ought to have known from their own reports, that these provisional injections were all risk and no benefit to healthy children. The information provided to parents on these consent forms is not exactly reliable or truthful.