The COVID World post date: November 24th, 2021
In a stunning breaking of the silence around the COVID jabs, Queensland Senator Gerard Rennick made a moving speech in the Australian Senate about vaccine injuries and the heartless inconsistencies in Australian government policy that puts narratives before the lives of its citizens.
Rennick went on record to address the government as he rejected voting for the Queensland emergency powers bill. The senator said that not only are the jabs hurting people but that doctors and nurses have been intimidated by APHRA and threatened with deregistration if they speak out against the vaccines. The media is not reporting on vaccine injuries and politicians are ignoring the issue, Rennick stated.
Additionally, he questioned the data on the jabs and asked why people are not being allowed to wait for the longitudinal data on safety. He also questioned why people who had serious reactions to the first jab are being ‘shut out of society’ if they do not have a second, even if their doctor has recommended against it.
“I’d like to start today by acknowledging all the people who have suffered injuries from the vaccines. When I signed up to become a senator 2½ years ago, I signed up to protect the Australian people and, in particular, to make sure that we always look after the health and wellbeing of those people. The name of the game with health is to make sure that everyone has a good health outcome. It’s not just about the vaccine rollout and reaching targets. That’s a means to an end. The end, in itself, is good health for everyone. The best people to do that are the people themselves, in consultation with their doctor. We shouldn’t be having mandates imposed upon people by bureaucrats, by governments or by the media…”
Watch the full speech here:
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