A white band to show support against political despotism and medical tyranny
A bit of string, a ribbon or a silicon band to recognize likeminded freedom fighters.
“We wear this bracelet as a sign of:
Freedom and democracy, respectful interaction and peaceful coexistence regardless of origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion and immunization status.
We wear this bracelet as a sign against:
political despotism, denunciation, exclusion, disinformation (by governments), force, dictatorship, health fascism (medical freedom) and scare.”
Dr. Martin Haditsch is a trusted member of the "Doctors For Covid Ethics" organization and has been on the side of good science from the start of the Pandemic.
Moreover, Dr. Haditsch is host of a very prominent documentary in Austria called, “In Search of the Virus“ on a Mainstream TV channel (ServusTV), which was aired primetime in three parts over the past six months. A fourth sequel is currently being produced and his Dr. Haditsch and his film crew came to our farm last week to tape an interview for his upcoming documentary series.
During our discussions, he told me about the wrist band he wearing and its significance.
He was trying to find a way for people to identify with each other, to find like minded individuals in this freedom fight against political despotism and in particular, medical tyranny that has taken over the world.
The idea of the white band was born. A band that one can wear to show other like-minded individuals that you share their values.
Since the birth of this idea, you can find these bands on people through out the world. When you start looking- you will find them more often than you think.
People might ask where to buy such bands - I bought a 100 of them on Amazon (so I could give them to friends), but it possible to buy much smaller quantities and from different manufacturers.
I am sure than are available elsewhere and frankly, even a white ribbon will do.
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I had my wife read this and now she wants a white gold bracelet! I’ll have to be careful what I show her.
Open, thoughtful, respectful debate is absolutely essential to science and our democratic Republic. Keep up the great and important work.