Mandatory Covid Vaccine Contains Aborted Babies

Mandatory Covid Vaccine Contains Aborted Babies

The Australian Prime Minister has said that he expects a coronavirus vaccine will be made “as mandatory as you can possibly make it.” Concerns that any such vaccine is highly likely to contain cells from aborted babies are meanwhile being deliberately hushed up.

Scott Morrison, who has been Prime Minister since August 2018, subsequently somewhat walked back the comments, saying that there will be “no compulsory vaccine but there will be a lot of encouragement and measures to get as high a rate of acceptance as usual.”

The measures being suggested would really give most people no choice at all. The difference between the liberal position on such compulsory mass medication and their usual insistence that a woman has the right to choose to kill her baby is enormous.

When questioned by the interviewer, who said that he understood that Morrison had wanted to make the vaccine mandatory, the Prime Minister replied: “there are no mechanisms for compulsory, I mean we can’t hold someone down and make them take it.”

One Australian mother told LifeSiteNews that the sorts of “encouragements and measures” that will be used to get people to take the coronavirus vaccine are already in places for a host of other vaccines. While there are differences in the exact requirements in each state, as a matter of national policy children in Australia must “meet immunization requirements” in order for families to qualify for particular family tax benefits or assistance with child care fees. In the past 24 hours, Morrison has boasted of his role in creating this policy while promoting the coronavirus vaccine.

Among the various Australians interviewed by LifeSiteNews, John Mac, speaking from lockdown in the state of Victoria, detailed Morrison’s record as Social Services Minister.  

Dr. Rocco Loiacono, senior lecturer at the Curtin Law School in Western Australia, says that one major area of concern is that if a vaccine is made mandatory, or difficult to avoid taking, Australians, including many Australian Catholics, will not know whether it has been made using cell lines from aborted fetuses because the issue hasn’t received significant coverage by the Australian media.

“It appears from the evidence available that the major coronavirus vaccine candidate likely to be used in Australia is being produced using the cell lines of aborted fetuses,” Loiacono said. 

Loicono said that, as far as he is aware, not even Catholic news outlets in Australia have reported on Bishop Joseph Strickland’s comments that Catholics should “reject any vaccine that is developed using aborted children.” Nor has mainstream Australian Catholic media covered the fact that coronavirus vaccines that are likely to be promoted in Australia have been created using cell lines from aborted fetuses.

In May, Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton urged the NRL, the governing body for the professional rugby league in Australia, to adopt a “no jab, no play” policy after several players cited religious grounds for refusing a flu vaccine.

“We shouldn't give any credibility to people that preach what is a religion for some, for a small minority, because it's dangerous,” Dutton said.

In Melbourne, Australia’s second-biggest city, police now have the power to enter private homes without a warrant or permission to carry out “spot checks,” as part of a new state-wide lockdown regime. 

Speaking on August 3, Victoria police chief commissioner Shane Patton was unapologetic as he explained that police had in some instances been smashing car windows due to people inside the cars not cooperating with police or following the newly imposed health guidelines.