Health groups say they are “utterly appalled” by Senator Pauline Hanson’s comments critical of Australia’s vaccination program, and are demanding Ms Hanson retract them.
- Pauline Hanson labels ‘no jab, no pay’ policy a “dictatorship”
- Australia Medical Association warns against making “fringe statements”
- Mr Turnbull and Mr Shorten both reject Ms Hanson’s comments
The One Nation leader described the Government’s ‘no jab, no pay’ policy as a “dictatorship” and said parents should do their own research into vaccinations.
Senator Hanson, who says she vaccinated her own children, made the comments on Sunday morning’s Insiders.
But the head of Australian Medical Association, Dr Michael Gannon, said it was time Senator Hanson started behaving responsibly.
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Now, I’m no fan of Pauline Hanson (or any politician for that matter); however, the vaccination conversation is simply banned in Australia.
And it is a conversation to be had and will be had globally going forward (see my articles on VAXXED).
As the saying goes, people will not rebel against the jail they do not know exists. And they don’t.
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