Nationwide #ReclaimTheLine Rally Takes a Stand for the Kids As Jabs for 5 to 11-Year-Olds Begins

Nationwide #ReclaimTheLine Rally Takes a Stand for the Kids As Jabs for 5 to 11-Year-Olds Begins

By United We Stand

Nationwide #ReclaimTheLine Rally Takes a Stand for the Kids As Jabs for 5 to 11-Year-Olds Begins

11 January, 2022

The nation’s fourth #ReclaimTheLine freedom rally will highlight the critical issue of vaccinations for kids, just days after the Federal Government’s rollout for 5 to 11-year old begins.

The ‘Voices 4 The Kids’ rally will be held this Saturday, 15 January 2022, at more than 20 locations across Australia, including capital cities and major regional centres.

A #ReclaimTheLine national spokesman, Christian Marchegiani (aka Mack), said while the Government was touting the jabs as safe and effective for kids, there was no real evidence to support this claim.

“Never before in Australia’s history have kids been forced to get an injection for a disease that hardly affects them. It’s unbelievable that even though there are so many adverse reactions to vaccinations among adults, they’re now giving this to our children with no long term studies,” Mack said.

“Enough’s enough. It’s time to get out and stand up for the children of this country before it’s too late. Be their voice. Be their buffer against medical tyranny.”

Mack said for Australians to truly “trust the science”, all perspectives needed to be heard. Yet anyone who posed questions was silenced or censored.

“Many people have drawn a line in the sand when it comes to jabbing the kids,” he said. “My plea to everyone around the country is to find the courage to say ‘no more’. Something in your heart and your guts tells you that this does not feel right. Stand up for our children.”

Parents With Questions founder Adam Gibson, who will speak at the ‘Voices 4 The Kids’ rally at the New South Wales-Queensland border, said what drove him to start the fast-growing group was the question ‘What if they’re wrong?’.

“There are many parents who, from a perspective of loving their children and wanting to protect them, will give them the jab thinking they’re doing the right thing,” Adam said.

“The reality is, this is an experimental vaccine with no long-term studies behind it. We also know that very young kids generally tend to have very mild symptoms from COVID, with the recovery rate close to 100%.  So are we willing to play Russian roulette with the health and safety of the next generation if we’re not 100% sure?

Adam said some countries like Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Taiwan had already paused or suspended injections for the younger population, amid concerns about adverse reactions in this demographic, particularly related to pericarditis and myocarditis.

“What we’re being told by the media and our ‘leaders’ doesn’t add up. It’s up to each of us to find the truth and protect our kids,” he said.

#ReclaimTheLine has grown into a vast movement of industry workers, frontline workers and the wider community standing against vaccination mandates and vaccination passports, with crowd numbers growing exponentially at each rally.

The ‘Voices 4 The Kids’ January 15 rally is an inclusive, peaceful and family friendly event. As always, people are invited to wear a white T-shirt with #ReclaimTheLine on the front, and their profession and years of service on the back.

Rally locations include: Armidale, Atherton FNQ, Bendigo, Bundaberg, Canberra, Coffs Harbour, Coolangatta/Tweed, Dubbo, Hervey Bay, Launceston, Melbourne, Mudgee, Newcastle, Perth, Port Macquarie, Sydney, Tamworth, Taree, The Entrance/Central Coast, Toowoomba, Townsville, Wagga Wagga, Warnambool and Wollongong.

For more information or to arrange an interview, contact Kellie:
Email: media@wearenotsam.com
Website: www.reclaimtheline.com (http://www.reclaimtheline.com/)


Original Source: http://www.reclaimtheline.com/

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