Over the last few years I have been actively educating the public on the control of infectious diseases in Australia and the majority of the 12-16 vaccines that have been mandated were not developed when the significant risk from infectious diseases declined in Australia (1950/60).
Vaccines have always been a choice in Australia for 60 + years before they were mandated in 2016 – in social welfare policies not health policies – when there was no increased risk from these diseases.
I am a health educator and I present health information at conferences and in public seminars on the control of infectious diseases in Australia and human rights in vaccination policies. By standing as a candidate for IMOP I hope to give a voice to the many concerned Australians, including doctors and nurses, who want to maintain their choice in all medical interventions according to the medical code of conduct.
Vaccines are described as ‘unavoidabley unsafe’ by the US government and the risk depends upon your individual genetics. There are thousands of deaths and adverse health outcomes from vaccines every year but these are not reported in the mainstream media.
Here is the US Department of Justice Report for the first three months of 2019 that states that $110 million has been paid out to vaccine victims for deaths, illness and disability. The majority of these deaths and injuries have been caused by influenza vaccines. Over $4 billion dollars has been paid out to vaccine victims since the progam was set up.
These statistics are known to represent only 1% of the actual number of serious reactions that are occurring after vaccination but the other 99% do not receive compensation. Further, the government cannot provide evidence of the actual number and types of AE’s that are occurring in the population because they do not systematically monitor them.
These mandatory and coercive government policies are unethical and they have the potential to destroy the genetic fabric of society. As a candidate for IMOP I am committed to ensuring there is objectivity and transparency in the design of health policies in Australia and in the reporting of health issues in the mainstream media. This is essential if we are to protect the health and quality of life of the human population.
In 2019 Judy Wilyman was nominated for the Australian of the Year for her work in advocating for open and transparent debate of Australia’s public health policies and for choice in vaccination and other medical interventions.
The 15 Minute Speech that I gave at the IMOP launch describing the political issues that need addressing to design good public health policy.