By: Rebekah Barnett
A proposed Covid Vaccine Class Action is calling for Australians severely injured by Covid vaccines to come forward. This proposed action will represent a group of more than 100 vaccine injured, including the deceased.
The group behind the class action is No More Silence, a not for profit formed for the purpose of fundraising for the legal and associated costs for class action proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia, on behalf of those injured by the Covid vaccines.
The class action is free to join. Compensation will go to Covid vaccine injured patients only.
The class action is self-funded by the doctor (who at this time remains anonymous) who initiated the action, with additional funding via a crowdfunding campaign.
YOU CAN DONATE TO THE CLASS ACTION HERE
The action will argue that the TGA, Prof John Skerritt and others are responsible for the compensation of injuries due to failures in regulating (approving and monitoring) the Covid vaccines.
There is now a fair amount of circumstantial evidence that the TGA was incompetent at best (and criminally negligent at worst). You can read a brief summary of just some of the most serious concerns via Letters From Australia:
Journalist Rebecca Weisner expanded on TGA errors and oversights in a recent piece for Spectator Australia, Are genetically modified vaccines safe?, in which she states, “It is painfully obvious that the TGA does not have the expertise to assess the safety of the Covid vaccines.”
WHO CAN JOIN THE CLASS ACTION?
Email email@example.com with as much information as possible:
If you are not injured, but you wish to support the class action financially, you can do so here:
DONATE TO THE COVID VACCINE CLASS ACTION
I have spoken to the founder of No More Silence, who wishes to remain anonymous. The person is a doctor who witnessed many vaccine injuries first-hand, and is motivated to redress the lack of acknowledgement, support and compensation available to these victims.
A final note to those who may have championed Covid vaccine mandates, or who unwittingly participated in the social pressuring of people to ‘roll up’ and take an improperly tested jab for the public good -
This is an opportunity to set things right.
If you can afford it, you might consider making a financial contribution to the class action. You can also forward this information on to friends who you know are either injured, or who are in a position to financially contribute. There will be other opportunities. Just make sure you take one (or several) of them.
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