It looks like another push to immunise is coming so put some big pharmaceutical shares in your portfolio. According to ABC online 80 out of 320 students did not turn up for school because they were affected with Chicken Pox even though in the paragraph under that the acting health minister, Professor Michael Ackland said the exact number is not known. There is conflicting information in the first three paragraphs of this article already.
The article states the area the school is in has a 94% vaccination rate and 75% of children presented a vaccination certificate to the school. Does this mean if little Johnny loses his vaccine certificate he’s not counted as vaccinated (more info needed from the article).
The school’s Principal Trevor Bowen said;
“We expect all community members to act respectfully and with tolerance when interacting with other parents and carers who may have a differing opinion to their own. This includes an opposing understanding about child immunisation”.
The Principal sounds sensible and believes people have a right to their opinion.
Health Minister Jill Hennessy cited a recent increase in whooping cough cases as an example of the importance to immunise even though Professor Michael Ackland said;
“The vaccine is not perfect, but in excess of 80 per cent of those who get vaccinated will get protected against chickenpox”.
And Associate Professor Jodie McVernon said;
“Vaccines don’t protect us perfectly....”
So we all know that vaccines only work about 80-85% of the time (a bit like Russian roulette) but when someone presents with a sickness/ailment/disease it is blamed on people not vaccinating and not the fact the vaccine did not work. The government pushes this on us saying it is free. It is not free because the government borrows money from the IMF then gives it to the big pharmaceutical companies to purchase the vaccines. We then pay the borrowed money back with interest through taxes and reforms even if we don’t get vaccinated.
I wonder who else has Pharmaceutical shares in their portfolio.