Vaccinating children aged 5 years and older is an infamy. But why will they stop there, when there are infants to jab. And, how long will it be before they start separating the vaxxed from the unvaxxed in classrooms? Doubt it? Think of Daniel Andrew’s Victoria, Annastacia Palaszczuk’s Queensland and Mark McGowan’s WA. I wouldn’t dismiss the possibility.
To realise the benefits of injecting kids, ATAGI (the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation) claims that “a large proportion of the 5-11 year age group would need to be vaccinated.” So, you see, it’s a public duty for parents to have their young healthy children, who face no material risk from the virus, injected with an experimental substance. Otherwise, they’re putting others at risk.
Of course, the powers that be insist the vaccine is proven. But consider this from ATAGI (8 December 2021):
- “This approval is based on the results of a recent clinical trial…” You got it! One recent trial.
- On the risk of myocarditis, we are told that, “the clinical trial was insufficiently powered to assess.”
- “The risk of myocarditis or pericarditis after mRNA COVID-19 vaccination in children aged 5-11 years is not yet known…”
- “Vaccine effectiveness data from real world experience are not yet available for children 5-11 years but are expected in coming months.”
- “Clinical trials were conducted prior to the emergence of the Omicron variant and the results reflect efficacy against older strains of SARS-COV-2.”
Thankfully for me, it’s parents rather than grandparents who need make the decision. But notice who doesn’t decide. It’s not a decision any child can make. They’re voiceless. They can’t give consent, informed or uninformed. They are as capable of deciding to forego the jab as are guinea pigs.
Evil is afoot. To wit, “reduced transmission of SARS CoV-2 among children may lead to lower SARS-CoV-2 incidence in all age groups…reducing COVID-19 hospitalisations, ICU admissions and deaths in the overall population.” When did it become morally right in Australia for children to be put at risk to protect the lives of the old and sickly?