06/03/2021 / By Ethan Huff
The governing body in charge of all things “medicine” in Australia is planning to start referring all “anti-vaccine” social media posts to the police for prosecution under the country’s criminal code.
According to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), making “false” claims about Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) injections on Facebook or Twitter should be illegal because some unvaccinated people might read them and decide to not get jabbed, which would upset Anthony Fauci and other medical fascists.
The TGA is particularly offended that some social media users are warning others that Chinese Virus needles could kill them, this is based on data cited in the official government database.
According to the TGA, only one person has died from the vaccine, and even that death does not count because the medical deep state has declared that all vaccines are “safe and effective,” which automatically makes it true.
“Apart from the single Australian case in which death was linked to TTS [Thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome or blood clots], COVID-19 vaccines have not been found to cause death,” the TGA maintains.
To claim otherwise is “particularly concerning” to the TGA because it says it wants to keep everyone “safe” against Chinese Germs, which means threatening fines or jail time for offenders who refuse to “stop the spread” through chemical injection.
If the TGA gets its way, those who say anything other than positive things about Wuhan Flu shots online could face a maximum penalty of up to two years in prison, assuming the Australian Federal Police (AFP) force goes along with the proposal.
“The risk of such misinformation, in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, poses an unacceptable threat to Australians,” the TGA claims.
Labor lawmaker Julian Hill is credited with making this egregious proposal, which threatens to ruin far more lives than the invisible dead horse virus about which he and other deep state politicians cannot stop fearmongering.
“We need to make sure they’re [Australians are] getting proper information from credible sources – be that the Health Department or their doctor,” Hill is quoted as saying, noting that many social media comments from Australians are “incredibly worrying” and contain “downright dangerous and crazy stuff” such as scientific data showing tens of thousands of injuries and deaths associated with Chinese Virus injections.
“Not believing stuff that is fake but actually looks real – that is the real concern,” he added. “That people who are cautious and who are trying to work out what is right for them may actually believe this crazy stuff, which is being spread, which looks official.”
Facebook is, of course, complying with Hill’s demand that all skepticism about Chinese Virus injections be removed from the platform so as to prevent it from discouraging others from getting vaccinated. Facebook agrees that healthy skepticism about the jabs violates its “misinformation” policy.
“We’ve removed more than 18 million pieces of harmful COVID-19 misinformation and added warning labels to more than 167 million pieces of additional COVID-19 content,” Facebook proudly announced in a follow-up statement.
Any user, including a whistleblower, who presents science, news stories, or other content that in any way suggests that Wuhan Flu shots might be unsafe is now being tagged by Facebook as promoting “vaccine hesitancy.” Such users are having their posts either downranked or censored.
Back in February, more than 20 percent of people in Australia told a poll that they either “probably” or “definitely” will not be getting injected for the Chinese Virus. More recently, that figure jumped to more than one-third.
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