58 CoVID Cases vs 283 Jab Injuries and 1.66 CoVID Deaths vs 2.73 Jab Deaths Daily in Australia

In 146 days the vaccines have caused more harm than the virus itself, and we know vaccine injuries are under reported…

Here are the stunning facts presented in less than 90 seconds:

People For Safe Vaccines, P4SV

We are a not-for-profit company with the following objectives:

  • To promote and encourage safe development, supply and use of human vaccines.
  • To inform, educate and raise public awareness in relation to vaccine safety and efficacy.
  • To take legal action to promote positive vaccine safety outcomes.
  • To do any other thing related to promoting vaccine safety, efficacy and quality.

This includes standing up for the individual’s right to choose whether or not to take the COVID vaccines.

We are a growing number of people and associations from the health and law enforcement sectors and the wider community, namely doctors, nurses, lawyers, police, vaccine-injured and ordinary people with a sincere interest in these issues.

Our department of health and its therapeutic goods administration are approving vaccines, made by organisations who have;

  • been charged with multiple offences​​​​​​​​
  • extremely poor safety studies they often perform themselves
  • done no long-term safety and efficacy trials
  • been granted indemnity from any liability if injuries occur

Where are the proper checks and measures for vaccine safety? Who is the arbiter to ensure due diligence is performed, and people are put above profits?

The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) is the peak decision-making committee for public health emergency management and disease control in the Commonwealth of Australia. On 23rd January 2021, the AHPPC issued a statement on COVID-19 vaccination requirements for aged care workforce. In the statement they said they do “not recommend mandating COVID-19 vaccination for the aged care workforce at this stage.”

However, in direct contrast to this statement, the federal government issued a healthcare professionals stakeholder kit which states that residential aged care and disability care staff and residents are targeted to be first up in their phase 1a rollout. Clearly the government is not following the advice from their own experts.

If there is no arbiter, then it must be us, the people.

To achieve this we created People for Safe Vaccines Ltd, which aims to facilitate dialogue examining the facts, with a view to ensuring proper science and accountability are applied to this critical matter.​

In the event you have been seriously injured and you are not satisfied with the TGA’s response, please click here to complete a contact form and we will be in touch to assist you in any way we can.

Communicable Diseases Network is an advisory committee of the AHPPC (the principal advisory group to the Australian Government on COVID-19)

“COVID-19 presents as a mild illness for approximately 80% of cases, with fever and cough being the most commonly reported symptoms. Other symptoms include headache, sore throat, fatigue, shortness of breath, myalgia, anosmia, dysgeusia, rhinorrhoea, chills and vomiting. Atypical symptoms of COVID-19 may also occur including chest pain, diarrhoea and conjunctivitis. Preliminary evidence suggests that children experience milder clinical symptoms and potentially fewer infections than adults (similar to SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV infections). Severe or fatal outcomes occur more frequently in the elderly and those with comorbid conditions. Some individuals remain asymptomatic. Studies estimate that the asymptomatic proportion of cases ranges from 18% to 42%.” see publication here.

Despite the harassment, Victorian lawyer-advocate Serene Teffaha is a growing voice in the Freedom movement in Australia. She is an advocate for all and the founder of AdvocateMe. She is part of the growing network of lawyers, advocates, experts, employers, employees and, Moms and Dads, defending the rights of ordinary Australians.

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2 Responses

  1. Paul says:

    At present in Indonesia. Does an online reporting site exist here? Nobody around me seems to know

    • Editor says:

      Interesting question. How many countries do have a reporting system? I had a brief look at the WHO website and couldn’t find anything useful.

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