Sun. Mar 26th, 2023

The Australian-based Covid Medical Network have joined many other voices and also published an Open Letter to the various Australian health organisations and politicians, asking for the withdraw the experimental gene-based treatment to the general public and especially children.

On Tuesday 8th March 2022, the Covid Medical Network (CMN) and co-signatories wrote a follow-up to their prior correspondence to Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI), the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and the Health Minister, and Freedom Of Information Act requests to the TGA, where answers have either not been forthcoming or have indicated the TGA has lacked critical information for making its provisional approval of the gene-based vaccines, namely Pfizer’s BNT162b2 & Comirnaty, AstraZeneca’s ChAdOx1-S and Moderna’s Spikevax/mRNA-1273. This lack of critical thinking in the context of continually-evolving data, continues to be an issue for deep concern amongst healthcare professionals, in Australia and elsewhere. 

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This letter pertains to:

Correspondence you and the TGA received that the Pfizer (and AstraZeneca and Moderna) data via the companies themselves or via the FDA was likely too limited in scope to make a proper determination of safety and efficacy.

FOIA requests to the TGA with respect to reproductive toxicology issues that have been responded to late and with heavily redacted documents.

FOIA request with respect to micro-RNA sequences and related molecular genetic issues as to whether the TGA had assessed these.

Peer-reviewed published in vitro research that gene-based vaccine generated spike proteins can migrate into human cell nuclei to disrupt DNA repair mechanisms, and vaccine-derived RNA can be reverse transcribed with evidence pointing to possible integration of this sequence into human genome.

That a release of some Pfizer data from a FOIA request to the FDA in the US indicated high adverse events reporting by 28 February 2021.

Analysis of the TGA’s own Database of Adverse Events Notifications (DAEN) data and what Australian clinicians are increasingly witnessing as a high rate of injuries from these gene-based vaccines.

This Open Letter is long (52 pages with over 100 of Appendices) and comprehensive – it deserves to be given proper attention. Included in the multiple pages of the CMN’s evidence are the inevitable references to the fact that cheap, effective early treatments for Covid19 have been deliberately censored, restricted or banned – making hospitalisations for some high-risk patients more likely. As expert Steve Kirsch pointed out recently on his Blog, previously well-respected academic journals were subjected to various unethical manipulations, that led to misleading information about treatments like ivermectin. 

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As well as Open Letters, like the one recently published by the World Council for Health, there are growing numbers of books about the complexities of the plandemic. One I’m particularly looking forward to reading is the English version of a book by Prof Mattias Desmet, called The Psychology of Totalitarianism.

The growing raised awareness of the widespread censorship, and the biased mainstream media driving the political narrative, has given rise to fascinating, creative ways to overcome these challenges. Prof Norman Fenton, Queen Mary University, London, writes courageously about these matters, and I encourage our readers to, too. It’s inspiring to see so many innovative researchers and authors finding new ways to promote and share their work, and working together towards a critical thinking of education that will expose the multiple ways the public has been manipulated over the past two years.  So, for the potentially very difficult months ahead for fellow Freedom Fighters – Happy Reading ! 



By Academy World

Writer, researcher, teacher and learner. Proud to be a part of our global team of Freedom Fighters.

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