Namu

Supporters
  • Content count

    464
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

675 Awesome

1 Follower

About Namu

Profile Information

  • Location Germany
  • Nationality German
  • Gender Not Telling

Recent Profile Visitors

4,897 profile views
  1. Problem with a weird transport company!

    If they have not given you the AGB while signing the contract I doubt that they apply. They need your agreement for the AGB to be included in the contract. Just to post it online is not enough. Research "wirksame Einbeziehung der Allgemeinen Geschäftsbedingungen" and check if that applies to you.   I would look for a contract lawyer (Vertragsrecht, Zivilrecht).
  2. Now faster way (back) into public health insurance

      You can have this too with public insurance if you pay extra while in hospital. But do you really need private insurance for that?
  3. Now faster way (back) into public health insurance

      I think private insurance should be dissolved and everyone should be paying into the same system and getting the same treatment.
  4. 3G in Restaurants?

    So who do you believe? Some medical guy on YouTube or Telegramm?  
  5. 3G in Restaurants?

    Or there are no names to come out because the people involved are not corrupt. How about assuming those involved in the approval of the vaccines did act in good faith and to the best of their knowledge?   Corrupt individuals surely exist but are the exception and do not have the power to dictate everything in every country, in all the universities, ethical commissions, medical associations etc on this planet. To get the world to vaccinate all its citizens with an unsafe and inefficient vaccine is simply too big a task to be accomplished by anyone. I just don’t buy it.
  6. 3G in Restaurants?

    Ok, who in EMA has a financial interest in Pfizer/ BioNTech? Who is the corrupt person in the Japanese medical authority, who in Australia? Who in Canada? Who in all over the 100 countries which approved the vaccination?
  7. 3G in Restaurants?

    I like to know the answer to that question.
  8. 3G in Restaurants?

    God, we have a pandemic. In an extraordinary effort industry, scientists, and governments worked together, pooled their resources, and developed a safe and effective vaccination. Sounds like a Sternstunde for human kind!!   Little did I know that instead of celebrating success we have this massive panic reaction, occurrence of wild conspiracy theories, growing distrust of science and democratic institutions, and watching YouTube counting as "research". Topping all this is the sad fact that many unvaccinated exalt themselves to be the ones with a brain, thinking for themselves ( as opposed to us stupid vaccinated I guess), the new heroic freedom fighters, the Geschwister Scholl of our times. Ich kann gar nicht soviel fressen, wie ich kotzen möchte.  
  9. This is true for China, North Korea, Saudi Arabia as well. Hell, Australia just signed a deal to buy submarines, the US and UK have massive armies and are know to bomb and attack whenever and whoever they want to. What did they win when they attacked Irak for example? Nothing. Instead the opened the door to hell.
  10. 3G in Restaurants?

    I already posted the numbers of unvaccinated and vaccinated people in ICU for NYC and Seattle, now the numbers are in for Germany (article is in German):     https://www.welt.de/wissenschaft/article236220408/DIVI-Ungeimpfte-machen-Mehrheit-aller-Corona-Faelle-auf-Intensivstationen-aus.htm   Fast zwei Drittel (62 Prozent, 5521 Fälle) aller Covid-19-Neuaufnahmen mit bekanntem Impfstatus waren demnach ungeimpft.   Rund 9,6 Prozent (856 Fälle) wiesen einen unvollständigen Immunschutz auf (Genesen ohne Impfung bzw. Teil-Immunisierung). Über ein Viertel der aufgenommenen Covid-19-Intensivpatienten (28,4 Prozent, 2535 Fälle) hatte einen vollständigen Impfschutz (Grundimmunisierung oder Booster), der Anteil mit Boosterimpfung lag dabei bei ca. 5,8 Prozent (520 Fälle).
  11. BREXIT positives and negatives

    Sigh, thank for your first sentence. The rest is really irrelevant.
  12. BREXIT positives and negatives

    I agree. Probably this might be the really good thing about Brexit: The UK has to finally deal with their problems. I just hope that the government and some parts of the press do not start blaming the EU for all ills again. Punishment etc. It's always easier to believe it's the fault of foreigners.
  13. BREXIT positives and negatives

    The EU is not a trade association. It is much more. And no the UK in the state it is is not a desirable member 
  14. 3G in Restaurants?

        Charts from the New York Times
  15. BREXIT positives and negatives

    Not sure if that will happen. I am not even sure the EU would want the UK to rejoin. What for?