Corona has ended long ago! If you believe that, turn on your radio and listen to the wonderful vaccination commercials. Or take a look at X slash Twitter and experience leftist society’s corona panic live. No, “Corona” is not over yet. This pandemic was a test of what was to come.
A comment from Edith Brotzner
It happened again this week. November 15 marked the second anniversary of the lockdown for the unvaccinated. While some people successfully suppress the past four years or so, there are people like me or perhaps you who are demanding a proper reassessment. After all, it cannot be that crimes committed during the Corona period – and there is no other way to summarize and name this madness – remain unpunished. This requires a proper, legal process. And instead of happily marching on, those responsible will finally have to stand straight.
Even though media reports are becoming more and more colorful, fantastic and surreal, a large part of humanity still believes the nonsense that is served to us out there. For example, let’s take a closer look at virologist Monica Redelburger-Fritz. She sits comfortably in front of the camera and explains to people that they should “inhale very small amounts of the virus so that they don’t get infected.” and otherwise? What do women dream about at night? It’s a mystery to me why so many people believe such nonsense. There is one thing I am absolutely sure about: people who allow less nonsense to pass through their eyes and ears and into their minds are naturally happier and are guaranteed to have less fear. Promise,
This week a topic came across my desk that we should definitely examine and observe in more detail. Anyone who heard the “radical” health minister this week saying “smoking is fine without smoking” probably had their heart stopped for a moment. He would like to introduce a thirty-member committee, Who will decide in the future whether citizens should be treated or not, whether they should live or die. When cancer patients are not allowed to say for themselves whether they want chemo or not, where will we end up? Or if parents are no longer allowed to decide for themselves whether their children will receive treatment? Don’t you think the matter will reach him? Then why are there reports from so many countries where this approach is already being used? For example, in England, a court ruled that the parents of a sick little girl, an infant, should kill her.
Suicide program even for children?
Canada already has a suicide program running that will soon offer suicide assistance to children ages 12 and older. Except we know what we’re talking about: It’s not even necessary to be terminally ill. A Canadian killed himself under this program because he could no longer afford his living expenses due to poverty. Is this where we want to go? Do we really want to go down this dangerous path?
I would take this idea one step further and ask a provocative question. Could it really be that thousands of people who intentionally or negligently became ill from an experimental sting – people who did not receive any kind of medical assistance from the state – Is it really possible that in the future some committee will decide his life or death? If we open this door now, becomes with human dignity and a controversial euthanasia desired by terminally ill patients. Very quickly a “legal”, large-scale massacre. I ask you: How far do we want to go before it’s too far?
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