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Forest of the Fallen: Letter from Australia

By Alison Bevege Thousands of people injured or killed by the covid gene-vaccines were unwelcome proof the injections weren’t safe, so they were silenced. Now, they have a voice. Forest of the Fallen: so beautiful is the concept. It’s a… Continue Reading →

The First Vaccine Injury Class Action in Australia

By Alison Bevege: Letters from Australia ‘Negligence’, ‘malfeasance’, ‘breach of statutory duty’: Federal Court case seeks justice for injured who have been ignored, abandoned, censored and mocked. This piece is from journalist Alison Bevege’s Substack page Letters from Australia. You… Continue Reading →

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