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I am only 20 minutes in to this video, but I know deeply that this is a MUST watch for everyone. With countries around the world putting people of colour as a priority for the vaccine, and even here in Australia our Indigenous communities are being put ahead of the rollout to the majority of the population, questions need to be asked.
About the Film
Medical Racism: The New Apartheid is a project of CHD Films, a division of Children’s Health Defense. In their words:
In recent months, numerous constituencies — physician groups, government departments and the Gates Foundation, to name a few — have called for underserved communities of color to be placed at the front of the line for COVID-19 vaccines, characterizing this gesture as a practical and symbolic way to fight racial and economic injustice.
However, ethnic minorities — familiar with U.S. government medical ventures that have weakened and sabotaged members of their communities for decades — do not seem to be buying into the labored Orwellian narrative that casts experimental mRNA vaccines as a silver-bullet racial justice remedy.
The new film, “Medical Racism: The New Apartheid” (a project of CHD Films) illustrates the ample historical basis for this skepticism.
And, when it comes to vaccine experimentation specifically, a significant body of research “raises the question as to whether African Americans should be prioritized for a poorly tested vaccine when the available science shows that this demographic may be at a higher risk for adverse reactions to vaccines.”
The bottom-line implication of studies delineating racial/ethnic variability in immune responses to influenza, rubella and hepatitis B vaccines is that “Immune reactions that are too strong can result in more adverse events and inflammatory responses.”
Australian Governments National Rollout Strategy
Federal government adjusts phase 1b coronavirus vaccination rollout to include more Aboriginal Australians. “All remote and very remote residents [inclusive of both the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population and the non-Indigenous population] over the age of 18 will be considered a priority group, due to logistical requirements.”