hard to believe but Youth Affairs Council of Victoria made one tiktok videos Designed to promote ‘wax dates’ to teenagers.
,Live, Love, Jab for more cut dates in your life!Says the ad that aired on TikTok and Instagram last week.
Essentially, influential adolescents are encouraged to engage with each other and attend covert COVID vaccine appointments, where they are vaccinated without parental knowledge or consent.
The ‘Cute Date Ideas’ advert shows a pair of girls discussing what to do now that the lockdown is over. This dystopian setup ends when the masked girls come to the movie theater to ask for their vaccine passports, when the younger of the pair says, “Um, my parents haven’t let me vaccinate yet. “
“I mean, you’re over 14,” replied the other girl. “You don’t really need to get their permission.”
“Want to go now, go on a wax date?”
“That sounds fun!”
The ad, which encourages children to attend medical procedures behind their parents’ backs, has been seen as a blatant encroachment of government control over children’s lives. The Youth Affairs Council of Victoria receives most of its funding Operates from the Victorian Government Office for Equality and Youth and under the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing.
A Victorian government-funded youth body made this video encouraging teens to go on “wax dates” and get vaccinated without their parents’ permission. pic.twitter.com/XkvSLfzfYT
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In a shameful mistake, the older girl’s vaccine passport reveals she is 46 years old, who she saw cauldron pool, This means that the Youth Affairs Council of Victoria has created an advertisement that depicts an adult dating a minor.
Several states are already being criticized for allowing minors between 12 and 17 to be vaccinated without parental consent if they are considered a ‘mature minor’ – something that is not allowed without parental consent. To facilitate vaccination of children of wisdom appears to be a blanket statement. their parents. This comes on the back of a relentless marketing campaign funded by the government aimed at this age group.
,This means that a health professional assesses whether a person in this age group understands the information related to the decision to vaccinate and the implications of that decision.,” reads the Victorian state website. A similar message also appeared in a NSW health memo.
If there was any suspicion that the government was deliberately trying to vaccinate children against the wishes of their parents, a spokesperson for NSW Health clarified, “This [the change to mature minors] This is to ensure that a small number of children between the ages of 14 and 15, who may have difficulty obtaining consent, have the opportunity to be vaccinated.”