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As the decisions of these vaccination groups also result in massive sales of vaccine products for vaccine manufacturers, it is vital that the process of adding vaccine products to the Australian national vaccination schedule is open and transparent, and that any potential ‘conflicts of interest’ of vaccination group members are accessible for public perusal.For example, a register detailing the history of any relationships with the vaccine industry, e.g.(My submission was only published because of my personal request for action to a South Australian senator.) See my full submission below.The document is also accessible in its original format via this link: TXAt SUBMISSION TO THE SENATE COMMUNITY AFFAIRS LEGISLATION COMMITTEE RE: SOCIAL SERVICES LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (NO JAB, NO PAY) BILL 2015 SUMMARY The Social Services Legislation Amendment (No Jab, No Pay) Bill 2015 introduces a 2015 Budget measure that from 1 January 2016 children of all ages (i.e.With its No Jab, No Pay law, the Australian Federal Government is making vaccination compulsory for children of all ages to access government financial inducements from January 2016.This makes Australia one of the most aggressive vaccinating countries in the world, along with the United States.These rights are being denied by the No Jab, No Pay Bill.The No Jab, No Pay Bill will make vaccination compulsory to access financial inducements – this is at odds with the obligation for ‘legally valid consent’ before vaccination see for example Section 2.1.3 of The Australian Immunisation Handbook which acknowledges: (My emphasis.) As the Australian Federal Government’s vaccination schedule will be effectively compulsory to obtain financial benefits, I suggest this contravenes point 2 above re legally valid consent before vaccination, i.e.
These people are part of a process that can result in government mandating of medical interventions for healthy people, i.e. The decisions these people make affect not only children and adults in Australia, but can also impact internationally as the ripple effect of their decisions spreads to other countries in a ‘domino effect’ which is useful for vaccine manufacturers developing the international vaccine market.
There remains a lack of transparency for members of other groups influencing vaccination policy in Australia, i.e.
the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC); the TGA Advisory Committee on the Safety of Vaccines (ACSOV); the Australian Influenza Vaccine Committee (AIVC); and the Working Group and Oversight Committee for the Australian Academy of Science publication , which was funded by the Australian Federal Government’s Department of Health and Ageing.
We are desperately in need of some experts in infectious diseases who are capable of objectively considering the ‘big picture’ in regards to vaccination and disease, and who can take stock of where we are heading with the proliferation of vaccine products, also considering parallels with the over-use of antibiotics and the rise of superbugs.
Citizens are entitled to question what level of disease risk justifies mass vaccination, and to question the quality of ‘immunity’ being provided by vaccinations which are being ‘recommended’ repeatedly throughout life, e.g.