Covid-19 poses minimal risk to children, but the side effects of the Covid jab for this age group are becoming increasingly clear. Sacrificing children to save adults is not the direction we should be taking as a society.
In Victoria, children will be locked out of participation in society unless they are double jabbed by two months past their 12th birthday. I have thought a long while about how to frame this latest news.
First, let’s put aside the ludicrous nature of a restriction on unjabbed people after the population reaches 90 per cent fully jabbed. Even then, the idea that 12 to 17 year-olds olds should be forced into this medical procedure when there is zero evidence of benefit to them and growing evidence of harm is beyond just cruel.
On Shaming and Segregating Children
This policy is, without question, abuse. We have heard numerous reports of increases in hospital presentation for self-harm among teens due to extended lockdowns and the fear-mongering media. This move will undoubtedly be experienced even more strongly when it targets only children based on their jab status.
I don’t have young children, but I have grandchildren who will reach this age in a very short time. I will not see them segregated from society or forced to take a jab that may harm them and certainly won’t benefit them. I cannot fathom how so many are quiet on this issue.
Will so many remain quiet when it is five-year-olds? What about two-year-olds? The only purpose in jabbing children is the protection of adults. We are sacrificing children to benefit adults. That is a world I want no part of and will never contribute to. I will fight it with everything I have.
Today, one rationale for jabbing children is to stop them from feeling guilty for infecting family members! The absolute abhorrent reality underlying this is that children are being made to feel guilty. As a society, we have allowed our government and media to terrorise us to the extent that children feel responsible for adults.
The government’s rhetoric is now that children are responsible for adults by suggesting that children’s bodies must bear the risk of a jab for no benefit to them personally.
The Risk the Covid Jab Poses to Children
I have often literally shaken my head and wondered how many more days I can read these statistics, knowing that behind every report is a real person, a real child. Quite frankly, I don’t care if only 1 in 10,000 or 1 in 50,000 children are suffering myocarditis (it doesn’t appear to be that low, by the way). I care that for every ten of them, statistically speaking, five will die within the next five years.
I care that for every single one of them, a decision was made often on misinformation, a lack of information, and a lack of informed consent. Now such decisions will be made by parents (or even by children, since 12-year-olds don’t need parental consent). All this, simply so children can visit friends or go to shops!
Informed – or Misinformed?
This marketing pack is the sales pitch for children’s jabs and includes the following statement:
Can students aged 12 to 15 consent to their own appointment?
Students aged 12 to 15 can book their own appointment and may be able to consent to vaccination themselves if the health professional assesses them to be a mature minor. This means that the health professional assesses that they understand the information relevant to this decision to be vaccinated and the effect of that decision.
A ‘health professional’ who meets your child for the first time in the space of minutes is deemed able to assess their maturity better than their own parent can.
A 12-year-old child is deemed to be able to understand “the effects of that decision” when even parents are not being given the information they need to understand the risks and benefits.
This has to stop. Seriously.
Every tiny step brings us closer and closer to a situation where we have no brakes. We are edging closer to when parents will be considered “abusers” of children if they don’t jab their kids because it means their kids are kept out of society.
It’s time to say no.