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Auslander 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don’t have any insight other than living in Germany for a couple years. That said, I could entertain the possibility that he was recently appointed to run the clinic (sounds more like a hospital?) and became suspicious about covid, the vaccines and the authoritarian turn of the worlds governments. After doing his own research he comes to believe that he is complicit in a genocide and has blood on his hands. After trying to speak out and push back against the state mandated measures that are the genocide, he is threatened with being removed from his position.

If that is close to reality, what could you do to raise the public awareness of what’s going on and have a measure of absolution? A public suicide from the roof of the clinic you direct sounds reasonable.

Keep in mind, this is Germany and this doctor grew up in the immediate post war era where they collectively carried the shame of a genocide. I can totally see finding out that you are complicit in a global genocide after spending your life trying to help people being enough to drive a person to extremes.

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Auslander 13 points ago +13 / -0

Also had a baby during the early days of the coof. They would only let me and my wife in the hospital and I actually thought it was awesome. Had 2 days of just the 3 of us and no stream of family members barging in.

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Auslander 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’ve been using a credit union out of state for 30 years. If you need to do a local transaction, you can go to a local credit union service center. Never been a problem.

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Auslander 5 points ago +5 / -0

You don’t fuck things up this bad without it being on purpose. Likewise, Afghanistan was the exact opposite of every military doctrine, not an oopsie.

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Auslander 3 points ago +3 / -0

Why not just take a track off so all it can do is turn in a circle

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Auslander 4 points ago +4 / -0

The air intake is actually under the turret if the turret is facing forward, so not an easily accessible part. Personally I would go after the sights and vision blocks with paintballs or even mud.

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Auslander 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, I’m saying your a retard. Is that simple enough? You say some stupid shit because you have no clue what your talking about and instead of taking the L and admitting you were talking out your ass ( or simply shutting the fuck up) you have to keep going. You started off saying nobody has ever taken 4 doses of a successful vaccine. You were wrong and spreading bullshit. Can you accept that? Of course not, so you have to be a bitch and start adding shit so you can still be right. STFU and let the adults have a conversation and go back to sniffing glue.

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Auslander 15 points ago +16 / -1

Don’t be one of those guys and try to keep from being wrong by adding qualifiers which have nothing to do with your original statement. Just let it go.

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Auslander 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oddly I’m happy to wear a mask at work now so everyone can see that a manager is not going along with the vax. Many have told me they were wavering but held out because the weren’t alone.

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Auslander 25 points ago +25 / -0

I am considered management and I was told I was expected not to encourage anyone else to not take the vax. Then they decided to let the vaxxed stop wearing the mask. It’s obvious to everyone now that I’m not vaxxed and exactly how many of the other people are not vaxxed. So many people coming to me that I can redpill.

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Auslander 13 points ago +13 / -0

This dude is a PA state rep so it’s not federal. Near as I can tell he’s grandstanding over the Texas abortion law by going ridiculous in the other direction.

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Auslander 1 point ago +1 / -0

The purpose of your life may be to serve as an example to others.

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Auslander 4 points ago +4 / -0

I get where your coming from, but I don’t think it’s that simple. The big one is the clampdown on any info that might reflect badly on the vax. That is criminal in my opinion, by slowing down the response to these debilitating side effects. Without proving the cause, the treatment approach is hampered. This is complicated by the fact that each local doctor is essentially operating in a vacuum. While the situation does get around by word of mouth in professional circles it is greatly hindered by all the national medical associations which are behind the vax at least as much as the cdc and fda, to the point of threatening the licenses of anyone spreading “misinformation” and vastly slowing the spread of real information.

The other thing about the “never seen anything like it” line is I suspect more due to the form of the health issue than the frequency or proximity to the vax. I saw a video from a pathologist talking about a spike in cancers he is seeing, but the type of cancer (not to be confused with the part of the body affected) is not what is commonly seen or treated. He ties this back to the cause of the cancer.

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Auslander 1 point ago +1 / -0

Actually the effect would be twofold. Either they would have to withdraw (unlikely imho) the drop boxes or guard the drop boxes. I don’t think remote monitoring would be very effective against sabotage so you would have to have someone standing right there.

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Auslander 2 points ago +2 / -0

Need to start referring to them as vaccine failures

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