If you google my name you will be shocked. You will come across all sorts of adventurous articles about me. According to the strikingly unified opinion of different media and so-called journalists, all of whom – by the way – have collected fat corona subsidies, I am one of the most popular hate objects of the past three years.
A comment by Edith Brötzner
Allegedly – according to “mainstream experts” – the Office for the Protection of the Constitution is still investigating against me. Allegedly I am one of the extreme right, a rabid corona denier and work for an opaque media network. I’m regularly unthinkingly associated with neo-Nazis in articles, which gives me an extremely stale aftertaste and false impression. In addition, my name is soiled unasked and unashamedly – despite repeated objections on my part – on Wikipedia and brings it into a tasteless context with Hitler’s birthplace. I can’t list all of the numerous insults as an opponent of vaccination and an oath.
All these fairy tale reports and slanders have one thing in common: I was never asked whether the articles and statements about me that were printed or typed down in blind rage were at all true. Never have any of these mainstream editors called me or emailed me before the lies about me were widely spread. Not even a single person ever wanted to know who I really am and how I tick. What counts is solely the character assassination, which greedily spreads. And I’m by far not the only one about whom lies are spread, so that the beams bend, making even Pinocchio green with envy.
Massive agitation and verbal gaffes as far as the eye can see
Especially in the past three years, it seems to have become a national sport of its own to hunt down people and destroy them both personally and existentially. There is one thing that the dirt-pot geilists seem to forget in all this rush: bad words are often like poisoned darts and never hit a soulless person, but always a real person with wishes, dreams and feelings. A person with his own story, his character, all his talents and weaknesses. And sometimes also a person for whom these unchosen words may also be the final impetus for voluntary death.
Clemens Arvay is just one of the many who lost their last spark of joie de vivre during the Corona years. You don’t have to search the internet for long to find massive hate speech and verbal human abysses. In the Corona period, proper communication seems to have lost all value. And in the alleged anonymity of the Internet, angry people who seem to lack a meaning in life shoot wildly. They comment in a deeply offensive manner and utter the wildest threats. Even among the articles and posts on the web about the deceased, they are not allowed to rest in peace. Some people don’t shame themselves into picking at the dead person even at this stage of human existence, publicly proclaiming their joy at their death and, as an aside, wishing those around them a painful death.
If people hadn’t participated, the madness wouldn’t have happened
So the manipulation of the masses seems to have worked perfectly. A whole group of dissidents was declared an object of hatred and released for verbal shooting. And the broad masses gratefully accepted this clearance, hastily obediently and cruelly implemented it. Being human has lost its value in this mass. And now that some are beginning to wake up lazily, it is beginning to dawn on one or the other that some of the statements and actions he has made over the past few months and years may have been wrong.
We don’t need a bribed mockery commission to tell us who is to blame for this mass madness. If the responsibility lay solely with the experts and if a large part of the population had not participated so willingly, what happened would never have happened. What is needed now is the way back to humanity and the relearning of the ability to see our counterpart as an individual and independent human being.
Since one cannot expect more from politics than from the pigs at the feeding trough, it is entirely up to us how far we allow ourselves to be manipulated and agitated now and in the future. At the end of the day we will all be allowed to look ourselves in the mirror and ask ourselves if we are fooling ourselves and have sold our souls or if we are real people with backbone.
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