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Is Australia’s Vaccine Policy A Nightmare Or A “Pogrom”?

By Catherine J. Frompovich

The term ‘pogrom’ has multiple meanings, ascribed most often to the deliberate persecution of an ethnic or religious group either approved or condoned by the local authorities. (Source)

The people of Australia are being denied by lawone of the most important inalienable rights of human existence, the ability to choose how to take care of one’s children and their bodies, plus the exercise of  their basic human right to freedom of choice in healthcare invoking the heretofore scientific-acknowledgement “to cope with possible risks where scientific understanding is yet incomplete, such as the risks of nano technology, genetically modified organisms and systemic insecticides” [1], aka the Precautionary Principle, to avoid damage from neurotoxic vaccines.  Nano technology and genetically modified organisms are IN vaccines!  I hereby challenge Big Pharma and vaccine makers to prove me wrong!

The Australian government seemingly has gone off the rails relative to the punitive measures it has instituted against citizens who elect not to have their children or themselves be poisoned and/or damaged by neurotoxic vaccines, which literally are killing children.  Hereis a report of two recent toddler deaths almost immediately after vaccinations, which happened in Samoa. Even the HRSA vaccine compensation website reports that 1,219 deaths from vaccines were filed with the vaccine court. [2]

Dr. Wilyman’s websiteis where you can find more definitive information regarding vaccine/vaccination ‘politics’ in Australia.  However, Australia is not unique; the vaccine ‘pogrom’ is a global agenda, which has ruined the health of two generations of children globally.

Below is important vaccine information presented in Sydney on June 30, 2018, which will help healthcare consumers understand what’s involved in the politics of vaccines.


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The venue was held secret until a few hours before the presentation so as to prevent it from being scuttled by organized opposition groups who defame all who point to the dangers in vaccines.

June 30, 2018 Sydney, Australia, Vaccine Conference Agenda

Judy Wilyman PhD, Independent Researcher and Educator, Presentation at the Sydney 2018 Conference, ‘Is this a Protective Public Health Policy’

Kathy – Mother of Vaccine-Injured Child, Presentation at the Sydney 2018 Conference 

Jamie McIntyre, Founder of the Independent Newspaper, Australian National Review, Presentation at the Sydney 2018 Conference

Elizabeth Hart, Independent Vaccine Investigator, Presentation at the Sydney 2018 Conference, ‘Big-Pharma Hijacking of Over-Vaccination Policy

Marelle Burnum Burnum, Registered Naturopath and Former Teacher, Presentation at the Sydney 2018 Conference 

Emeritus Professor Brian Martin, University of Wollongong, ‘Freedom of Speech in Australia’

Meryl Dorey, Founder of the Australian Vaccination Network in 2014, ‘Covert Censorship in Australia’

Questions and Answers at the Sydney 2018 Conference on the Censorship of the Vaccination Debate in Australia


[1] http://www.precautionaryprinciple.eu/
[2] https://www.hrsa.gov/sites/default/files/vaccinecompensation/data/vicpmonthlyreporttemplate2_1_17.pdf. Pg. 5


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