The threat from infectious diseases in Australia declined before most vaccines were used in mass vaccination programs (Professor Fiona Stanley, 2001). Today the Australian government recommends vaccines against 12 diseases before children are one year of age yet the majority of these vaccines were not required for children in the 1950’s-60’s when infectious diseases were no longer considered a threat to the majority of children in Australia (Commonwealth Yearbook of Australia 1953). Here are the documented comments by public health authorities during the 20th century that are conclusive evidence for this fact.
Most of the vaccines on the Australian government’s mandated list were not even developed in the 1950’/60’s when the risk of all infectious diseases declined in all developed countries like Australia. Further, in July 2012 three new vaccines were added to the Australian government’s schedule and in 2016 they were mandated for all children/adults in social welfare payments, attendance at early childcare centres and for many employment situations. This indicates the arbitrary nature of the government’s mandated vaccines.
Most adults have never used the vaccines that are listed on today’s program and therefore they are technically ‘unvaccinated’ under the government’s arbitrary definition. This is also evidence that the vaccines were not responsible for controlling infectious diseases by creating herd immunity in Australia.
At the same time the government increased the parental welfare payment that is linked to fully (all 16 vaccines) vaccinating a child to $2,100. This increased use of many new vaccines and the emphasis on increasing vaccination rates in the population, instead of increasing ‘health’ in the population, has led many parents, health practitioners and academics to conclude that the risks of vaccines outweigh any benefit from vaccines. Evidence for this conclusion has been documented on the Prevent Disease website.
Here is a link to the ingredients of the vaccines listed in the government’s combined schedule of vaccines. Whilst this list is from the US Centre for Diseases Prevention and Control (CDC), many of these vaccines are also used in Australia but they are approved in Australia under a different name.
This list can be used to discuss the recommended schedule of vaccines with your doctor to ensure they believe this combination of active ingredients is safe in your developing infant. This doctor’s warranty will also help you to ask the right questions when investigating this medical procedure – Doctors Warranty of Vaccine Safety
I have also published here the poster titled ‘Coercive and Mandatory Immunisation: how ethical is this policy?’ that I presented at the Australian Health Promotion Association Conference in Perth in May 2009 to illustrate the increase in chronic illness in children that has occurred at the same time as the increased use of vaccines in the Australian population.
Whilst a correlation does not equal causation, the government has a duty of care to the public to investigate all possible causes of the increase in chronic illness because vaccination policy should be designed in the public interest. The information presented below demonstrates that the Australian government has not investigated the link between the combined schedule of vaccines and chronic illness in the population. Hence they are breaching their duty of care to the Australian public by enforcing social services policies that link the full schedule of vaccines to financial benefits and other services that people cannot live without. [/pane]