'Welcome to the Australian state of Victoria, where the minister of health, Jill Hennessy, has just put all doctors under the gun.
Vaccinating every child has become so important to Hennessy, she’s declared that a doctor who writes an exemption will be ignored. In fact, that doctor, by implication, will be considered “rogue.”
He could have his license to practice stripped. He could be prosecuted. He could be denied a way to earn a living.
Instead, in order to allow a child an exemption from taking vaccines, evidence must be shown from some sort of medical registry. How this system will work is not clear.
What is clear: In violation of privacy, all children’s medical records and history will be recorded and made available to health/government authorities, who will then see whether there is a prior incident where a child has reacted badly to a vaccine, whether the child has an allergy to vaccine ingredients (such as chicken eggs), whether there is a history of adverse vaccine reactions in the child’s family.
The government, not the child’s doctor, will decide whether vaccination can be skipped or must take place.
And because the State is firmly and irretrievably pro-vaccine, despite evidence showing vaccines are ineffective and dangerous, you can see how this plan will work out. Like sheep, children will be led into the pen where the needles are waiting.'
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