vaccines

Beware the diabolical Oxford vaccine

  Mass vaccination sites are set to open across the City of Melbourne as the Andrews government looks at up-skilling health workers to ensure there are enough staff to administer a COVID-19 vaccine. As the world anxiously awaits the release of a COVID-19 vaccine, the state government is preparing for a roll-out that would immunise Victorians “as quickly as possible”. The Premier Dan Andrews has often said: … until there […]

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COVAX human experimental trials

Victorian Aged Care residents are likely to be the unwitting recipients of an experimental COVID vaccine. Cheltenham Manor described as offering Low Care, Ageing in place, is situated in Cheltenham, a south-east suburb of Melbourne. The owner of the facility, Brett McMahon who wants the vaccine to come through as soon as possible, has spoken to Nikolai Petrovsky, the developer of COVAX-19. See more on this on YouTube The developers […]

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Infertile

Joan Shenton, Producer and Andi Reiss, Producer/Director of Sacrificial Virgins are proposing to make another trilogy “Infertile – the epidemic” along with Helen Lobato, researcher/writer from Australia. This is in the early stages of discussion. It is hoped that there will be three 10-minute documentaries concentrating on issues surrounding infertility and impotence after HPV vaccination.

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Struggling with allergies, you are not alone

According to the Australian Psychological Society the current percentage of children and young people in Australia living with chronic illness is around 10 to 20 per cent of the population. These chronic conditions include asthma and food allergies. Allergy Let’s focus on allergy for the moment Allergy occurs when a person’s immune system reacts to substances in the environment that are harmless to most people. Causes of allergy The substances […]

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Vaccine awareness censored as tupperware gets the thumbs up

Book burning is the ritual destruction by fire of books or other written materials, usually carried out in a public context. The burning of books represents an element of censorship and usually proceeds from a cultural, religious, or political opposition to the materials in question. This blog is about an episode of censorship involving our vaccine awareness stall which was recently cancelled by the management of a local wellness and […]

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