The health and well being of our beautiful and innocent Australian children are paramount to all Australians.
It's obvious to anyone with intelligence that there is an epidemic of ill health occurring with children around the World and particularly, with our Australian children which can be traced to Vaccine Injury through multiplying forced application of a large and growing number of untested combined vaccines riddled with known carcinogens and poisons being directly administered into the blood streams of our Australian babies and children.
Modern medical, psychological, health and nutritional sciences have grave questions as to the efficacy of these vaccines and in fact clearly, illustrate that these vaccines are in general unnecessary and poisonous and in fact interfere with the natural immune system of the human being.
We call for a moratorium of forced vaccination of Australian children and the initiation of major testing initiatives in Australia and elsewhere to prove any efficacy of injecting these poisons into our Children.
We are appalled at the support of the Australian Medical Association of these unscientific and abusive injurious procedures causing epidemic harm to our beautiful and innocent Australian Children and demand:
1. The AMA stop all support for these appalling procedures. 2. Pay full and appropriate damages to the Australian Parents and Children injured by these AMA supported procedures. 3. Instigate a full review of these appalling procedures, based particularly on the evidence presented in the film 'VAXXED' and the documentation series 'The Truth about Vaccines', 'Vaccines Revealed', 'Trace Amounts', and 'Vaccine Syndrome'. 4. Place the health and well‐being of our Australian children as paramount before commercial gain by Pharmaceutical and Medical industries and professionals.
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We anticipate a NO WIN NO FEE Class Action which will not cost you anything.
Posted: 25 August 2017 (Updated: 15 September 2017)