The new 'Mandatory Vaccination' laws are as offensive as they are ineffective and they must be challenged!
Be sure to listen to the interview that we did with Tasha David - the President of the AVN (Australian Vaccination-skeptics Network) - and find out why the government and mainstream media are going to extraordinary lengths to stop people from learning the truth about modern-day vaccinations.
There are so many reports around that detail issues with modern vaccinations and what they are really putting in them but the doctors, of course, all claim that they are completely safe. Well, if that is truly the case then they should have no problem signing a document to that effect, should they?
If this is of interest or concern to you, we recommend that you download the Vaccination Warranty Form as well as a copy of Appendix 6 of the Australian Immunisation Handbook and ask your doctor if he would be prepared to sign it.
And, if you are one of the many people to be affected by the new "no jab, no pay" legislation, then you may also want to download a copy of our latest letter to the Minister for Social Services which explains your right to conscientiously object to anyone poisoning your children. You can also send a copy to Centrelink and/or your local federal MP in case they try and stop paying you because you refuse to poison your children. You can download that updated letter here.
We also recommend addressing the letter to the following entities:
The Minister for Education and Training:
Mr Simon Birmingham
PO Box 6100
Canberra ACT 2600
The CEO of Centrelink:
Department of Human Services
PO Box 7788
Canberra BC ACT 2610
And, the Governor-General’s Office:
YARRALUMLA ACT 2600
You can simply cut and paste those details into the top of the letter and change the name you are addressing and send a copy off to all relevant parties.
We also urge everyone, whether you have children or not, to please send off this simple My Will letter to the Minister for Social Services so that we can have any reference to the word "must", in that legislation, simply changed to "should".