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The TGA’s Actions Are Truly Inexcusable

Episode 98 Part 1

user profile picture Chris Martenson Feb 21, 2023
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Australia’s equivalent of the FDA, the TGA, has been caught (1) having assigned causation to two childhood covid vaccine deaths and then (2) hiding those from the public.  One was a 7-year-old boy, the other a 9-year-old girl. The TGA’s excuse?  They “didn’t want to undermine public confidence.” Instead, they opted to strongly encourage parents […]

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Australia’s equivalent of the FDA, the TGA, has been caught (1) having assigned causation to two childhood covid vaccine deaths and then (2) hiding those from the public.  One was a 7-year-old boy, the other a 9-year-old girl.

The TGA’s excuse?  They “didn’t want to undermine public confidence.”

Instead, they opted to strongly encourage parents to get their children vaccinated and boosted as soon as they possibly could.

From my vantage point, they are all monsters, especially John Skerritt the head of the TGA.  They had the data, and they decided somehow that exposing more children to the risk of death was “worth it” for some reason.

Can the TGA point to any particular harm children face due to Covid, especially Omicron?  No, they really cannot.

The one ray of light in this truly horrifying tale is that the public is finally waking up in Australia.  Questions are being asked.  Politicians are getting testy.  Still too few, but the momentum has changed.


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Peak Insights Episode 98 Part 1

Looking for part 2?

Australia’s equivalent of the FDA, the TGA, has been caught (1) having assigned causation to two childhood covid vaccine deaths and then (2) hiding those from the public.  One was a 7-year-old boy, the other a 9-year-old girl. The TGA’s excuse?  They “didn’t want to undermine public confidence.” Instead, they opted to strongly encourage parents […]

View part 2