In Australia, the authorities are further confusing the population about the controversial vaccines against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus, confronting each other in defense of different brands.
After Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that citizens under the age of 40 could apply for the AstraZeneca vaccine, he was contradicted by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Queensland Health Director Jeannette Young, according to ABC News on June 30.
In this regard, Palaszczuk endorses the recommendations of Young, who relies on the recommendations of the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (ATAGI).
Young, who prefers Pfizer’s vaccines, said, “We have had very few deaths due to COVID-19 in Australia in people under the age of 50, and wouldn’t it be terrible if our first 18-year-old in Queensland to die related to this pandemic died because of the vaccine?” the Brisbane Times quoted her as saying.
She added: “I don’t want people under the age of 40 to be vaccinated by AstraZeneca. It’s rare, but they are at increased risk of getting the rare clotting syndrome. We have seen up to 49 deaths in the UK from that syndrome.”
She also expressed that she did not understand the recommendations issued by Morrison moving away from ATAGI.
For her part, Palaszczuk interjected, reiterating, “Why in the U.K. won’t they allow people under 40 to get vaccinated with AstraZeneca? Why would we do it here? It doesn’t make any logical sense.”
Additionally, different personalities in the Australian medical field took positions in favor of both positions.
In this context, Australia’s chief medical officer, Paul Kelly, recalled that AstraZeneca’s vaccine was always available to those over 18 years of age, and that Morrison was referring to the indemnity of GPs.
“There is a preference for Pfizer up to age 60. But that preference is a preference. It’s a discussion that doctors should have with their own patients and work through their own risk and benefit in relation to that,” Dr. Kelly said according to ABC News.
In this way, Australian authorities add to the confusion about which vaccines to take against the CCP Virus. It is important to keep in mind that a full vaccine does not yet exist and that the drug being applied has only an emergency authorization that allows it to continue during the third phase of its creation.
Not only do vaccines of all brands cause adverse reactions, including death in those who allow them to be injected into the body, but the mutant nature of the virus would impose an endless succession of vaccines.
Nevertheless, most institutions and governments insist by all means that the entire population be inoculated with this experimental drug.
In this regard, some leaders are opposed to making it compulsory, as is the case of the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, who is opposed by the powerful Mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sobyanin, ordering the compulsory vaccination of employees in the service sector, being followed by more than a dozen Russian regions.
It seems that behind these power struggles is the insistent international pressure to impose the so-called Great Reset, which would imply a world government imposed by elite groups.
Italian journalist, Cesare Sacchetti, is one of those who considers this threat to human freedom possible.
“This is a clear message to the mayor of Moscow, Sobyanin, a politician tied to Western liberal elites, who has been trying to hype up the bogus Covid emergency. Putin’s message is that Russia is not on board with the Great Reset plan,” commented Sacchetti.
He added: “Until Vladimir Putin leads Russia, Russia will keep firmly opposing the New World Order totalitarian project.”