<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=792375415521163&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

2023 National Tour





Canberra, ACT

Tuesday 30 May


Watch the event here: 


AMPS together with Dr Malhotra and other leading doctors are supporting calls to suspend all Covid-19 mRNA vaccines until serious side effects are thoroughly investigated, and the raw trial data from Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine trial are released for independent analysis.

"Medical ethics and informed consent are fundamental principles that should guide the medical industry," said Dr Malhotra.

This event will cover topics such as the harms of vaccines, the dangers of medical
censorship, the importance of informed consent, and the need for medical professionals to have representative associations such as AMPS.

AMPS is fighting back against government overreach to reclaim medical ethics and the primacy of the doctor patient relationship for the health and safety of
the public.



Dr Aseem Malhoultra-1

Dr Aseem Malhotra

MBChB University of Edinburgh (2001), MRCP University of Edinburgh (2004), CCT Cardiology University of Edinburgh (2013)
Dr Christopher Neil

Dr Christopher Neil

GerrardRennick frame

Senator Gerard Rennick

Queensland Senator
Prof Peter Parry Frame

A/Professor Peter Parry

Kara Potter

Kara Potter

MEd. Inclusive Education (Autism), LLB, BA, Dip. PM, CertIV T&A
Dr Kunadhasan frame

Dr Jeyanthi Kunadhasan



Your donation to assist in covering the cost of the event is greatly appreciated.

Any excess donations will go towards our medico-legal fighting fund.


Dr. Aseem Malhotra

MBChB University of Edinburgh (2001), MRCP University of Edinburgh (2004), CCT Cardiology University of Edinburgh (2013)


Dr Aseem Malhotra is an NHS trained Consultant Cardiologist and an internationally renowned expert in the prevention, diagnosis and management of heart disease. He is honorary council member to the Metabolic Psychiatry Clinic at Stanford University school of medicine California. He is a founding member of Action on Sugar and was the lead campaigner highlighting the harm caused by excess sugar consumption in the United Kingdom, particularly its role in type 2 diabetes and obesity. In 2015 he helped co-ordinate the Choosing Wisely campaign by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges as lead author in a BMJ paper to highlight the risks of overuse of medical treatments. In the same year he became the youngest member to be appointed to the board of trustees of UK health think tank, The King's Fund that advises government on health policy. Aseem is a frequent expert commentator in print and broadcast media and he has written scores of articles for a number of publications including the BMJ, British Journal of Sports Medicine, BMJ Open Heart, JAMA Internal Medicine, Prescriber, The Pharmaceutical Journal, European Scientist, The Guardian and Observer, BBC online, Huffington Post, The Daily Mirror, Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and the Washington Post. He is international guest editor of the journal of evidence-based healthcare.

Aseem has appeared in the Health Service Journal’s list of top 50 BME pioneers, and has won a number of awards for his work to raise awareness of diet-related illness both in the UK and internationally. He is a pioneer of the lifestyle medicine movement in the UK and has had feature articles written about him in the New York Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The i, and Healthcare Leader. In 2018 he was ranked by software company Onalytica as the number 1 doctor in the world influencing obesity thinking.

In 2016 he was named in the Sunday Times Debrett's list as one of the most influential people in science and medicine in the UK in a list that included Professor Stephen Hawking. His total Altmetric score (measure of impact and reach) of his medical journal publications since 2013 is over 10,000 making it one of the highest in the World for a clinical doctor during this period. His first book co-authored with Donal O' Neill, The Pioppi Diet, has become an international best seller. His second book, the 21 day immunity plan is a Sunday Times best seller. During the first year of the Covid pandemic he was asked by the Secretary of State for Health, Matt Hancock to advice on the link between covid and obesity and how best to reduce population risk to infection. His recently published third book A Statin Free Life is already a best seller.

Award winning American Science Journalist Gary Taubes describes Aseem as someone who has “probably done more in the UK to inject sanity in to nutrition science and the pharmaceutical industry debate than any human being alive”

Sir Richard Thompson, Past President of the Royal College of Physicians and former personal physician to her majesty The Queen said “Dr Aseem Malhotra is changing the face of medicine and his revolutionary book the Pioppi Diet should be read by everyone”

The Mayor of Manchester Andy Burnham said “ He’s really making people think differently about what they eat and how they live their life. Through his work he’s going to change many thousands of lives, millions of lives for the better”


Dr Aseem Malhoultra



Dr Christopher Neil

Dr Christopher Neil has practiced medicine for 20 years, specialising in cardiology since 2008. Completing his PhD in Adelaide and undertaking post-doctoral research and a fellowship in the UK , he has been committed to clinical excellence in the care of patients with heart failure.

Returning to a specialist consultant post in his hometown of Melbourne, in 2013, he focused on developing improved systems of care for heart failure patients, whilst continuing to research in hospitals, mentor physicians in training and supervise PhD students.

His passion, however, has always been for his patients and when he saw their health impacted and their rights infringed, he stood against what he saw as unethical and unjustifiable mandates, resulting in his termination in October 2021. He was a co-founder of AMPS in 2021 and continues as the current President


Dr Chris Neil Frame




Senator for Queensland

QLD Senator Gerard Rennick was first elected to parliament in 2019 and has been working hard for Australia and Queensland. He’s someone who tells it like it is and is not afraid to stand up for what he believes is true. 

Senator Rennick believes strongly that the heart and soul of Australia starts with our families. How we treat each other, how we grow and foster self-reliance and reward those who work hard. Senator Rennick is also highly qualified in finance and accounting, and there are very few who can go toe to toe in parliament with him when it comes to the economy.

Over the last two years, Senator Rennick has also been a rare voice asking questions about our response to COVID-19, and has been willing to listen to and speak for those who have suffered vaccine injury when hardly anyone else would listen

He has been willing to stand up and speak out, no matter the personal cost and put the wellbeing of Australians first.

GerrardRennick frame



A/Prof Peter Parry 


Associate Professor Peter Parry is a child & adolescent psychiatrist whose career encompasses that of a medical officer in the Royal Australian Navy; GP and palliative care, prior to training in psychiatry from 1990.

He was until recently a senior psychiatrist with Children’s Health Queensland, position terminated for not being able to conscientiously consent to a gene-based vaccine based on the information he was aware of (principle of informed consent) and currently works as a locum psychiatrist with interstate health services that recognise the protein-based vaccine Spikogen he received in a clinical trial.

He has research and teaching interests in Developmental Psychology, lifestyle factors in mental health, the history and politics of Psychiatric Nosology, and Conflict of Interest issues between Psychiatry/Medicine and the Pharmaceutical Industry. His PhD thesis combined these topics and included research into thousands of pages of internal pharmaceutical industry documents, of which his most cited article was: From Evidence-Based Medicine to Marketing-Based Medicine: Evidence from Internal Industry Documents.

He led a group of psychiatrists who successfully advocated for the RANZCP to sign the www.alltrials.net campaign in 2015. Unfortunately, the All Trials campaign goals have not been met and in Prof. Parry’s view, ‘Marketing-Based Medicine’ rather than ‘Evidence-Based Medicine’ has increasingly dominated in recent years.


Prof Peter Parry Frame




MEd. Inclusive Education (Autism), LLB, BA, Dip. PM, CertIV T&A

Kara Potter is one of the many thousands of Australians who had a significant and severe adverse reaction to the covid vaccination.

Prior to her injury, Kara worked as a community builder, consultant, and advocate in the disability community. She has a passion for creating environments of inclusion where all people have the freedom to be themselves and where individual strengths and abilities are valued and utilised. In recent years Kara’s work was particularly focused on developing innovative employment pathways for people with disability. When she was injured, Kara was in the process of setting up a new business which was to provide mentoring and management support to neurodiverse social entrepreneurs.

In addition to her work with the disability community, for the past 20 years, Kara worked as business manager in the plumbing business that she and her husband, Ben, own.

Most importantly, Kara is a mum of 3 wonderful children aged 23, 20 and 17. Kara’s two adult children have disability and until Kara was injured, she was the primary carer for her children.

In January this year Kara wrote to Russell Broadbent MP after reading that he was wanting to hear from vaccine injured Australians. Through the incredible support of Russell and his office, Kara has since written to her local member, the health minister Mark Butler and now all MPs and Senators, sharing her story, dismantling the government lies about the safety and efficacy of the covid vaccines, and demanding an end to vaccinations and proper compensation for all vaccine injured Australians. Kara has also started volunteering with CoVerse, the peak body representing covid vaccine injured Australians.

Kara intends to continue her fight for justice for all vaccine injured Australians and is grateful for the support given by AMPS in their continued advocacy on our behalf.



Kara Potter




Rado Faletič is Director and founder of CoVerse and consultant in the area of international science. He earned a Bachelor of Science with Honours in mathematics and a PhD for his research into the 3D visualisation of hypersonic air flows, both from The Australian National University.

Rado has spent his career working to support Australian scientists’ international projects in areas such as computing, climate change, natural resources, infectious diseases, science policy, and more.

In October 2021 Rado had his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine and experienced some mild but concerning side-effects that lasted several weeks. He was assured by his doctors that it was safe for him to have the second dose.

He had his second dose three weeks later, and within hours his symptoms rapidly escalated to include sharp chest pains, brain fog, heart palpitations, and tachycardia. Over the following months, he had several trips to the hospital emergency centre, but their testing and scans did not result in any diagnosis. He subsequently consulted a number of medical specialists, none of whom had clear answers for him.

At approximately 5 months his condition worsened with the onset of mast cell dysfunction, requiring drastic lifestyle changes.

Through his own determined research and the support of many other vaccine-injured individuals he has tried a number of different therapies and found some solutions that have enabled him to reduce his symptoms and start to rebuild his health.

In June 2022 he was interviewed for an article in news.com.au, where he called out Australia’s pharmacovigilance agency for its lacklustre response to reports of serious adverse events.

As a result of this article, he was contacted by countless people also suffering from serious vaccine side-effects.

He remains passionately committed to speaking out for these Australians and drawing attention to the scientific and regulatory failures and medico-legal impasses that have let down those Australians who continue to suffer serious negative health consequences as a direct result of their COVID-19 vaccinations.

Rado Faletic





Dr Kunadhasan was a Consultant Anaesthetist at a major regional Victorian public hospital,  in practise for more than 12 years until she was mandated out in October 2021. 

She has a clinical interest in Patient Blood Management where she spearheaded many initiatives that sustainably brought down the unnecessary transfusion rates in major surgeries, leading to improved patient outcomes and lower cost to the health system.

Dr Kunadhasan frame






Censorship: a threat to public health and safety?

Saving medicine from the health bureaucracy

FLCCC - Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance

The Time of COVID - A Report by Phillip M. Altman

COVERSE - a non-profit organisation for people who have suffered a significant adverse reaction following their COVID-19 vaccination.



Join a union that supports healthcare professionals



Join Now