In the greatest Government-authorised privacy breach in Australian history, the Morrison Government is today releasing the Covid-vaccination details of 6 million NSW residents to the leak-riddled Service NSW, for the creation of the Berejiklian Government’s Vaccine Passport ID Cards.

Last month the Prime Minister said, “The vaccination program in Australia is free and it is not mandatory. That is a very important principle. We are not going to seek to impose a mandatory vaccination program by the Government, by stealth … (or) by some other means”.

Scott Morrison said that vaccines in Australia would always be voluntary. He said his Government would not be involved in facilitating Vaccine Passports. He lied. He’s a dreadful con-man who should never again be trusted by the Australian people.

I’m asking questions about this privacy scam of the NSW Minister, Victor Dominello. In particular, to ensure people who have filled out the Australian Immunisation Register ‘Ceasing Correspondence and Release of Information’ form have had their legal Federal privacy right respected (that is, no third party, including the NSW Government, can view their vaccination status).

The fight inside the Liberal and National Parties against this atrocity has been almost non-existent. When you hear Coalition MPs, supposedly ‘conservatives’, say they are opposed to the state-control and intrusion of Vaccine Passport ID cards, please understand, with the exception of George Christensen (Qld) and Tanya Davies (NSW), they are as useful as pockets in your underpants.

The NSW Government Covid privacy breaches are horrendous. Right now I’m looking at a spread sheet of NSW Health staff names with Position Classifications, Assignment Numbers, the Vaccine Status of each individual, and worst of all, the illnesses staff have, allowing them to be medically exempted from vaccination.

There needs to be a public inquiry into NSW Health and how these breaches were allowed to happen. If in the Berejiklian Dictatorship they ever allow our Parliament to sit again, I’ll be pushing as hard as I can for this inquiry.

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