METHODS OF DETERMINING IF BAYER IS GIVING YOUR COUNTRY OR REGION A BUNK TEST
Method #1: The Blood Bank Method
This is idea that I thought of with regards to Peace Corps officers. In the past, Peace Corps officers stationed in Cameroon had their donations of
blood refused by blood banks since no one could test for Group O. When Bayer released their test for Group O in 2003, blood banks began accepting
donations from Cameroon Peace Corps officers. But what if someone is getting a bunk test?
Simple. Gather up all blood bank donations from Cameroon Peace Corps officers and donate or exchange the blood with German blood banks. If Bayer is
providing your region of the world with an adequate test for Group O, then there should be no reason for them to deny the donations. But if German
blood banks refuse donations from American, British, French or any other country's Peace Corps officers stationed in Cameroon even if you used
Bayer's Group O test, then you know that Bayer is providing your country or region with a bunk test.
For some of the third world countries, Mexico, Brazil, any country in South or Central America or Southeast Asia, I'm not certain if you have peace
corps officers stationed in Cameroon or not. If not, then go down to the docks and find some sailors which go back and forth between your country and
Cameroon and ask for blood donations from them. Then ship them to German blood banks and see if they accept their donations after using Bayer's Group
O test. If the German blood banks refuse them, even after you've screened for Group O, then you know there's something wrong with your Group O test.
It might be bunk.
Method #2: Make Love, Not War-- PEACE!
Gather up all your Peace Corps officers in your country that were stationed in Cameroon and send them on a "make love, not war - peace tour" of
Germany. Be sure to test everyone of them using Bayer's Group O test first. Then send the Peace Corps officers to about 4 or 5 different German
cities. Be sure to give "unofficial" encouragement that they might want to visit the German brothels after using Bayer's Group O test and testing
negative for Group O.
If Bayer has provided your country or region with a valid Group O test, then they should welcome your Cameroon Peace Corps officers "Make Love, Not
War Tour". But if after your Peace Corps officers tour and then Bayer starts getting rid of some of their brothel workers for Group O, then you know
that Bayer has provided your country or region with a bunk Group O test.
For those 3rd world countries like Mexico or Brazil, Honduras, Panama, Columbia, etc. or any country in Southeast Asia -- if you've never had any
Peace Corps officers stationed in Cameroon, then figure out which boats and sailors regularly travel to that country. And give them a vacation to
Germany for a change. Great for German tourism. Same concept as the "Make Love, Not War - Peace tour". Be sure to test all sailors for Group O using
Bayer's test before sending the sailors on vacation. And then monitor the German brothels that you send them to.
If suddenly German brothels workers are pulled for testing positive to Group O, even though you tested your own sailors first, then you know that
Bayer has provided your country with a bunk Stealth Virus, HIV-1 Group O test.