Australians deserve responsible Government. We will shine a spotlight in places where accountability is lacking by:
- Supporting the call for a Royal Commission into the Government’s COVID response, including a review of the roles played by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), the Gene Technology Regulator, the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Authority (AHPRA), Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC) and any other organisation whose decisions impacted the health and freedoms of our citizens.
- Challenging Australia’s inclusion in the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the United Nations (UN). While the WHO and the UN may provide consultative advice, ultimately, the responsibility to independently assess and make decisions lies with our elected representatives. All current foreign trade agreements should be reassessed.
- Empowering health professionals to gain true informed consent (through advising their patients of all the side effects, risks and benefits) without fear of repercussion or reprisal, prior to administering any medical product or procedure. Directives from any governing body that contradicts or interferes with this process, or censors health professionals, should be void and subject to penalties. Any health professional who fails to gain informed consent should be penalised.
- Challenging the immunity from liability granted to pharmaceutical companies against prosecution for vaccine harm.
- Calling for a Royal Commission into claims that Australians have died or been harmed by vaccinations.
- Calling for any person or organisation that is found to have purchased a patent for the purpose of preventing a science or technology from being operational to be penalised. The purpose of this policy is to make it an offence to purchase a patent (for example, energy, health and life saving technologies) only for the purpose of shelving the invention and preventing others from ever using it.