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Labor can give $100m to the WHO but can’t look after their own vaccine injured

Press release from Penny Wong below. To think that the government can give away $100 million to foreign bureaucrats whilst ignoring Australians who are vaccine injured is a disgrace.

If they are so worried about preventing future pandemics why don’t they investigate the origins of Coronavirus and the actions of Anthony Fauci.

“Australia will provide $100 million to the World Health Organization (WHO) to support global efforts to prevent, prepare for, and respond to pandemics.

COVID-19 demonstrated that global challenges require collective action. At the UN High-Level Meeting on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response, I announced the Australian Government will provide $75 million in voluntary core funding over five years to the WHO, and a further $25 million for the WHO’s Health Emergencies Programme.

Our commitment to the WHO will support activities to mitigate the risk of future pandemics, including strengthening national health systems and responding to disease outbreaks.

We will also work with the WHO and partners to support coordinated responses to emerging disease threats in our region, and ensure the global system meets our region’s needs.

Australia is committed to playing our part to strengthen the global health system, so we can be better prepared for future shocks.

We need a strong global health system to help keep Australia, our region, and the world safe. This means a strong, capable WHO with the authority to respond quickly and decisively to complex health emergencies.”

Quote from: www.foreignminister.gov.au

Chamber: Senate on 14/11/2023
Item: STATEMENTS BY SENATORS – Vaccination

Senator RENNICK (Queensland) (13:43): I rise to speak on the $100 million given to the World Health Organization by the Albanese Labor government to prevent, prepare for and respond to future pandemics. I find it quite amazing that the federal government thinks it can find $100 million to spend on bureaucrats over in Switzerland rather than addressing and trying to sort out the issues from the last pandemic. We know that the Albanese Labor government said that they were going to have a royal commission into COVID, and they’ve effectively backed down on that. They’re going to have a bunch of bureaucrats—a professional experts team of three—look at this issue, and they won’t allow a Senate inquiry to occur.

To put it in perspective, $10 million has been paid out so far to 155 people who have made vaccine injury claims. The budget from the year before last had $77 million for people suffering vaccine injuries. In last year’s budget, it was reduced to $27 million. I think it’s absolutely disgusting that we can spend so much money on bureaucrats living in other countries to prepare for the next pandemic but not address issues from the last pandemic. I speak to people injured by the vaccine every day. My office is inundated with people who have gone through the protocols and gotten specialists saying they’ve had an injury, and Services Australia won’t address the issue. I think that it’s about time they took it seriously. I’ve had ex-bureaucrats from the TGA themselves dispute what’s going on with the way these people are treated. I think that the Albanese federal government needs to get its priorities straight. It needs to look after the people injured from the vaccine here in Australia before handing out any more money to overseas organisations.

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