Australian Government Offers to Pay for Funerals of Those it Killed with Covid Vaccines
Is this an admission?
In a bizarre u-turn, the Australian government has seemingly acknowledged that COVID vaccines can kill people by announcing that it will pay funeral costs of those who die after getting vaccinated.
The policy also includes a provision to pay compensation of up to $600,000 if hospitalisation is necessary due to injuries or health issues from the vaccine.
The new policy sounds almost too good to be true, and that's because it is. The government website states that in order to claim the costs, relatives will need to provide:
The deceased’s death certificate or medical cause of death certificate
Proof that you’re acting on behalf of the deceased
Proof of any funeral costs and who paid, like receipts
Proof of any amounts you got or will get from third parties, like funeral insurance
Proof of the deceased’s partner and children dependent on the earnings of the deceased at the time of death, if applicable.
As clinicians have been warned off recording anyone's death as being caused by Covid-19 Vaccines it is highly unlikely that relatives will get past the first hurdle.
Doctors face being struck off if they record vaccines as the cause of death, and have recording them as 'Cardiac Arrest', 'Haemorrhagic stroke' or 'Sudden Death Syndrome' in order to keep their jobs. So, although the Australian government appears to be saying one thing, they are, in reality, saying the opposite.
Australian Authorities have inflicted some of the most Draconian rules and mandates in the entire world and have repeatedly claimed that Covid Vaccines are 'Safe and Effective' despite overwhelming evidence that they are not. Australia’s chief pharmacist Trent Twomey announced that the public “just need to accept” they will have to take regular vaccine booster shots every six months and continue wearing masks for “many years” to come.
In some areas of the country, citizens were mandated to provide geo-trackable selfies to police to prove they were staying at home during lockdowns. And we must never forget that the country built COVID quarantine camps for what ministers described as “ongoing operations,” that saw those inside confined to dormitories watched over by guards.