a reply to: musicismagic
6 of my friends were doctors. They were the voice of reason when I told them in January that this virus
will change the way we live forever. They were the sceptics, the conspiracy theorists, the naysayers, the corona deniers.
Every. single. one.
No wait, all but one. Head of a lung clinic. He just bought a #load of ventilators. Ahead of the game I guess.
I watched their minds disintegrate throughout these last two years. They behave just like every other person. No wait, they're actually significantly
worse off in terms of not being able to escape the narrative.
There is one among them who I entertained conversation with ever since I awoke in March 2021 (Dang, it actually took me 15 months. Really?).
We weren't close at all before this, he was just a foaf (he'd be number 7 in the list). I only contacted him cause a friend needed a doc for opening
his testing facility.
We still talk, but rarely reach agreements on anything. He only sees and hears what he wants to hear. Classic case of brainfeckage. I don't tell him
though. I just use his remaining critical thinking (all focused on defending the narrative) to up my argumentative game.
These days are kinda past now though, cause he isn't challenging me anymore at all. I'm just observing his mind now. Obviously he must be thinking the
same thing about me.
So on Friday I decided to ask him how many of his patients died off COVID in the past 2 years.
City is Hamburg, Germany, close to 2 million inhabitants, 5 millions with the surrounding metropolitan region.
He works in one of the major clinics here nuking cancer. Make no mistake though, he's surprisingly bright considering nuking stuff is the path he
chose for himself after 7 years of studying medicine. Used to be anyway, part of him still is.
I asked him how many of his patients died off COVID. Not off his treatment, off their chemo or some other pharma cocktail or their cancer or whatever
other underlying disease, but off COVID-19.
Here is his answer: Zero.
He did not fail to mention that 20 patients have however died off COVID-19 in the main oncology unit throughout these past 20 months though (or so he
heard, those weren't his patients). He went on to proclaim a sensation of surprise over why I wouldn't question those 20 deaths being caused by COVID
You have to understand that medical doctors are not scientists. Every approach diagnostic and therapeutic approach is based on the achievements of the
natural sciences, but the scientific method can not really be applied when treating patients. Hence, while it may help, critical thinking isn't a
cornerstone of being a good doctor.
What I'm saying is: You are barking at the wrong tree.
edit on 28-11-2021 by knowhatamine because: extended