Sydney University academic, Associate Professor Julie Leask, made a disturbing revelation at the 2018 National Immunisation Conference held in Adelaide during June.
She claimed that some medically-complex children will require sedation or even general anaesthesia in order to undergo catch-up vaccination, and that if their parents are unwilling to consent, they will be denied family assistance payments.
An extract of her presentation is provided in the video below.
Watch her full presentation called No Jab No Pay/Play – Is the juice worth the squeeze?
Although she didn’t define “medically-complex” children, they are likely to include children with neurological disorders such as Autism, whose conditions may have been caused by vaccination in the first place.
Risks from general anaesthesia are not trivial
The Victorian Department of Health lists some of the possible serious side effects from general anaesthetic. These include:
- Injury at the injection site
- Breathing problems
- Short term damage to nerves
- Allergic reaction, for example, asthma attack
- Having sensation (and pain) during the operation
- Damage to the mouth, teeth, lips or tongue
- Damage to vocal cords or larynx
- Lung damage
- Heart attack
- Brain damage
- Kidney failure
- Liver failure
A 2015 study also found that general anaesthesia is linked to a reduction in IQ and changes in brain structure.
Those are just the risks of general anaesthesia – what are the risks of general anaesthesia combined with the risks of vaccines administered simultaneously?
How on earth could the alleged benefits of vaccination possibly outweigh the risks of undergoing general anaesthesia with respect to healthy children, let alone those children who are already neurologically-compromised?
Why are these children being denied a medical exemption? So much for the herd protecting the minority who can’t be vaccinated.
Who are the doctors willing to submit children to general anaesthesia in order to vaccinate them?
They should be struck off the medical register forthwith.