by Robyn Chuter
Last year, I reluctantly made a decision that I could never previously have envisaged: I withdrew my consent to be an organ donor. I had ‘ticked the box’ to donate my organs when I first obtained a driver’s licence, and later became a registered organ donor. It struck me as a simple and obvious choice to make: my organs wouldn’t be any good to me if I was dead, and my grieving family could take some comfort in knowing that they might keep at least one other person alive.
But in December 2021, the Queensland government decreed that anyone who wished to receive a kidney, lung or heart transplant must take at least two doses of an experimental COVID-19 injection. Knowing full well that organ transplant recipients had been excluded from the clinical trials of these completely novel products, I was so appalled by the imposition of medical apartheid on critically ill people that I immediately revoked my organ donor consent. I wasn’t alone, as it turned out.
FREEDOM TO CHOOSE CLEAN BLOOD
Sam and Cole Savage-Reeves want to ensure their baby Will – who’s 4 months old and needs open heart surgery – has un-jabbed blood.
But the government’s Blood Bank won’t allow them that human right of the freedom to choose what goes in Will’s body.
Will needs the operation urgently. The Starship medics are refusing to help the family in their hour of dire need.
They say jabbed blood or no operation for Will.
SEEKING VAXFREE BLOOD? SAFEBLOOD DONATION!
A large number of people have made a conscious decision not to be vaccinated at all against Sars-Cov-2 and will also refuse the upcoming mRNA-based vaccines – for whatever reason. They also have reservations about having blood transfused from vaccinated people. Be it in an emergency, a scheduled operation or because you need regular transfusions for other medical reasons.
This is where the SAFE BLOOD Donation comes into play as an intermediary. We are working to ensure that our members can obtain unvaccinated blood, either fresh or canned, should they need it.