Alternative Physicians Union to Host Conference on COVID-19 Censorship

The alternative union movement, the Australian Society of Health Professionals (AMPS), will organize one of the largest official meetings to discuss the impact of lockdown policies on the country’s health professions.

AMPS is part of the Red Union, an umbrella organization of several newly formed trade unions serving teachers, nurses, police officers and doctors. Red Union was established in response to the actions of traditional union groups during the pandemic. They were primarily cooperating with state-backed vaccine mandates.

drug regenerationRenowned speakers will join the conference on 10 September 2022 at the Amora Hotel Riverwalk in Melbourne. Naomi Wolfe authored The Bodies of Others: The New Authoritarians, COVID-19, and the War Against Humans. Amy Kelly, Program Director, War Room/DailyClout Pfizer Documents Analysis Project.

Locals include economist Gigi Foster, who presents a cost-benefit analysis of lockdown policies, and Dr. Pierre Collie, a world-leading expert on the use of ultrasound to diagnose critically ill patients and a former healthcare director. experts will also give lectures. Critical Care Services and Trauma and Life Support Center at the University of Wisconsin.

“AMPS believes that a broader discussion of the current medical, forensic and medical political issues brought about by the pandemic is needed,” organizers said on their website, with many medical experts He added that he felt silence during the pandemic and was forced to put up with it, according to the official account of COVID-19.

“We’ve seen unprecedented censorship of scientific arguments and respectful discourse from social media providers in the name of medicine and to maintain a unified official narrative.

“In the name of medicine, a medical journal published an article stating that it is a conspiracy theory to question viable hypotheses,” the group said.

AMPS said the conference would be one of the first to address these issues publicly.

Medical authorities demanding strict compliance

Australian authorities are strictly enforcing compliance when it comes to following COVID-19 related science.

The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) is the nation’s premier accrediting body for health professionals and works with 15 other National Boards responsible for professionals such as nurses and pharmacists.

AHPRA has taken steps to warn and stop practitioners who have taken public positions (also via social media posts) criticizing the lockdown policy and vaccine effectiveness.

Attorney Peter Fam, who also attends the Reclaiming Medicine conference, said he has spoken to “hundreds” of doctors who are “extremely afraid” to contradict the official COVID-19 account.

“Generally speaking, only a few people are willing to publicly share what they share in those spaces,” the Sydney-based lawyer previously told the Epoch Times.

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