| Just received as a late entry, the latest correspondence between the Dept. of Health and the TGA
To Kay McNiece
Department of Health including the TGA
Dear Kay,Re the refusal of the Australian Federal Department of Health to provide a representative to explain in a public forum at a university the reasons why mandatory vaccination is being included in social welfare policies
Your response to Renata’s documentary at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is of great concern to many Australians. It is important that public health policies are explained to the public by governments before they are implemented to ensure they are for a legitimate public health purpose and proportionate to the risk.
Tim Wilson, the Human Rights Commissioner states that the Federal Department of Health is required to provide evidence that a public health policy is for a legitimate public health purpose and proportionate to the risk of infectious diseases before social welfare policies can infringe on human rights.
Please provide the community with a reason why the department of health is not prepared to send a representative for a panel discussion at a university to explain this policy that infringes the code of conduct for medical doctors regarding informed consent for their patients and infringes many international human rights covenants on bodily autonomy.
The government does not have the remit to enforce these policies on the Australian population unless the Federal Department of Health provides legitimate reasons for the continual expansion of its vaccination schedule and conclusive evidence for the number and type of adverse events linked to vaccines. New vaccines are being added to the PBS today to be included in the NIP for 2016/2017 as mandatory for some Australians.
Please provide UTS, myself and the Human Rights Commission with the reason why the Federal Department of Health will not provide a representative to a community forum at the University of Technology Sydney (15 October 2015) to present the case for mandatory vaccination in social welfare policies. Below is my letter to the HRC asking them to investigate this issue and here is the information on the Freedom of Choice rallies that were held in all Australian capital cities on the weekend and were not covered by most Australian media stations .
No Jab, No Pay, No Way! Freedom of Choice Rallies 20 September 2015