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Whitewash for Albanese Covid-19 inquiry

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While many countries around the world look at their handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s Covid-19 inquiry appears to be about as effective as a cloth mask for a virus particle size of 50-140 nanometres.

The inquiry will not have the same powers as a royal commission and will exclude decisions made solely by state and territory governments during the pandemic response, which means most of them, lockdowns, school closures, border closures, Covid-19 fines and the coercive vaccine mandates. 

Deputy Opposition Leader and Member for Farrer, Sussan Ley, said in an interview on Sunrise that it was a cop out.

“This is Anthony Albanese’s Covid-19 cop out, Nat.

“I live on the border between New South Wales and Victoria and for everyone today, who absolutely knows this inquiry needs to go ahead, I want them to know that we’re in your corner. 

“For people who were smashed by those lockdowns, 32 closures across the Murray River, the actions of the Premier of Victoria make people in my community angry now.” 

While Human Rights Commissioners remained mute during the threat facing Australian workers of employment or vaccination with a trial gene-based therapy, they now see the review as lacking.

“Australians lived under some of the most severe pandemic restrictions in the world, which are still having a significant impact on people’s lives and must be rigorously reviewed to avoid unnecessary suffering in future,” said Human Rights Commissioner Lorraine Finlay in an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald.

The article stated “Escalating her criticism about the scope of the review, Finlay said state police enforcement of pandemic rules – which in some cases involved $1,000 fines for people sitting in the park – had disproportionately affected people in disadvantaged and vulnerable communities, some of whom were still in debt.

“Australian people deserve to have those stories told… Because there were so many examples where it really divided us and eroded trust in public institutions. It’s important to start addressing that,” she said.

Independent candidate for Warrandyte, Maya Tesa, said, “Victorians were denied answers, evidence and accountability. 

“We were locked in our homes, given an hour’s exercise a day. Our children were denied playtime, friends, family and a normal education. 

“We watched helplessly as local businesses crumbled, domestic violence surged and our kids’ mental health deteriorate. 

“Communities were divided by a vaxed vs unvaxed narrative. The basic right to earn a living was quashed by force. 

“For many, it was their first experience dealing with isolation and the dark horse of depression. For many, it was too much.

“Protesters were shot at, those who spoke out cancelled, and those who questioned labelled.”

Could a royal commission be too damaging for the state and federal governments for who, in hindsight, it may reveal nationwide mis- and disinformation.

A recent New York state supreme court ordered all New York City employees who were fired for not being vaccinated to be reinstated with backpay, as the court found that “being vaccinated does not prevent an individual from contracting or transmitting Covid-19.” 

A fact that Janine Small, Pfizer’s president of international developed markets, testified to before the European Union Parliament this time last year.

“Was the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market?” asked Dutch MEP Rob Roos.

“If not, please say it clearly. If yes, are you willing to share the data with this committee? And I really want a straight answer, yes or no, and I’m looking forward to it,” he continued.

“Regarding the question around, um, did we know about stopping the immunisation [sic] before it entered the market? No, heh,” Janine Small replied.

“Uh, these, um, you know, we had to really move at the speed of science to really understand what is taking place in the market, and from that point of view, we had to do everything at risk. I think Dr Bourla, even though he’s not here, would turn around and say to you himself, ‘If not us then who?’”

A South African court recently ordered that the Pfizer vaccine contract between the SA Government and Pfizer be made public. Australia’s still remains a government secret with the manufacturer granted full indemnity. The March 30, 2021 South African contract subsection 5.5 states “Purchaser further acknowledges that the long-term and efficacy of the Vaccine are not currently known and there may be adverse effects of the Vaccine that are not currently known.”

Those who pushed ‘safe and effective’ appear to have done so with little to no interest in informed medical consent. With known and active suppressed adverse reactions, the scientific literature is catching up. A recent peer reviewed study in the eBioMedicine journal may give an answer to why a portion of those vaccinated experienced life changing medical complications. 

The study looked at the biodistribution of Covid-19 mRNA vaccines in human breast milk. While health experts stated that the mRNA injection remained at the injection site, multiple studies prove this is not the case. In the latest study, of 13 women receiving the vaccine (20 exposures), trace amounts of mRNA were detected in the breast milk in 10 exposures up to 45 hours post-vaccination. 77 per cent of the women had mRNA in their breast milk. 

While breastfeeding and pregnant mothers were excluded from the initial trials, Pfizer’s post-marketing report issued in April 2021 with adverse event reports through February 28, 2021, list 133 cases of babies exposed to the mRNA through breastfeeding. See the graphics for the mode of action.

If the Covid-19 inquiry was a car with an engine fault, this review would be like taking the car to the mechanic with the bonnet welded shut.

The Koondrook and Barham Bridge Newspaper 28 September 2023

This article appeared in The Koondrook and Barham Bridge Newspaper, 28 September 2023.


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