Investigation July 4, 2022: The "education" of
Jonas Dreyfus at Basel (Zionist center of Switzerland)
Research July 4, 2022: The "education" of Mr. Jonas Dreyfus at
Basel (Zionist center of Switzerland)
On the web site of LinkedIn (Link)
one can see where the brain of Mr. Jonas Dreyfuss was
-- grammar school Kohlenberg at Basel - A level - type B with
Latin - 1995-1997
-- University of Zurich: basic studies in sociology and
-- Zurich University at Winterthur: BA, journalism and
communication for organization JO - 2003-2006
Comment of Michael Palomino
So actually, Mr. Jonas Dreyfus should have a good education in
terms of the view of social structures and media, but also
math and history, so that in his life there can be no
tendentious writing and inventions, but a spirit of research
Research July 4, 2022: The position of Jonas
Dreyfus in the Jewish media mafia of Switzerland
On the website of LinkedIn (Link)
you can see where the "journalist" Jonas Dreyfus stands: He is
among others with the "sciences" and he is with the tennis
player of Ringier:
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Practical trainer text in the BA program in journalism
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Sep 2019 - Present - 2 yrs 11 mos
Ringier AG [boss is the tennis player Marc Walder, who since
1991 is also "journalist" without further education]
Editor "Sunday View Magazine - Sonntagsblick Magazin "Editor"
Aug 2014 - Present - 8 yrs
7 yrs 2 mos
Oct 2008 - Jul 2014 - 5 yrs 10 mos
Editor "20 Minuten Online"
Jun 2007 - Sep 2008 - 1 yr 4 mos
"Sunday News - Sonntagszeitung", "Magazine - Das Magazin",
Tagesanzeiger.ch, "Züritipp", "Facts"
2006 - Jul 2014 - 8 yrs 7 mos
Research July 4, 2022: Jonas Dreyfus is an
attack against firm Swiss people in the newspaper World Week
(Weltwoche) - trying to undermine Zurich's "Gold Coast" in
He presents himself here as (translation):
"Jonas Dreyfus, journalist, Küsnacht".
Jonas Dreyfus, journalist, 1977
Society and culture editor at the magazine of "Sunday View -
Sonntagsblick", text coach and workshop co-leader at the
Institute for Applied Media Science at the ZHAW [University of
the Canton of Zurich at Winterthur]. Formerly worked as a
freelance journalist for publications such as "Sunday News -
Sonntagszeitung", Tagesanzeiger.ch, "The Magazine - Das
Magazin" and as a permanent employee at "20 minutes online -
20 Minuten Online" and "Friday". Graduate of the ZHAW
communications program and the undergraduate program in
sociology and journalism at the University of Zurich."
Research July 4, 2022: Apparently Jonas
Dreyfus lets himself be a slave of Zionist Jews like
Rothschild and Eymann as an agitator against Swiss people
and has got a special bank account for high bribe money
Otherwise such propaganda articles would not be possible at
all, which are presented here now: Jonas Dreyfus glorifies
masks and "corona vaccinations". So he makes "always nicely"
uncritical mask propaganda and vaccination propaganda in the
sense of his Jewish colleague Anne Levy (the boss of the Swiss
Health Department BAG), who also comes from Basel - completely
in the sense of the stock exchange price!
The "journalist" Jonas Dreyfus is systematically SUPPRESSING:
-- critics and the scientific truths about masks that don't
protect against a virus at all, or
-- critics and the scientific truths about "corona
vaccinations" with partly heavy "side effects" or are fatal
just on the day of vaccination.
Therefore, with Jonas Dreyfus, the label of propaganda
journalist is JUSTIFIED, as it was already the case with
another propaganda journalist in Switzerland, Mr. Iso Ambühl.
Jonas Dreyfus is a court journalist of Rothschild and of Mrs.
Anne Levy, his Jewish colleague, the "leader" of the BAG
WITHOUT medical education. Any critical voice will be
SUPPRESSED in the sense of the Pharma stock exchange price.
The propaganda journalism of Mr. Jonas Dreyfus contains the
-- favoritism of all shareholders
-- serious misleading with serious bodily injury as
consequence or even death (because the "Corona vaccinations"
were NEVER controlled)
-- promotion of medical measures WITHOUT effect or even with
heavy side effects (consequences by wearing masks!)
On April 25, 2022 the propaganda journalist Jonas Dreyfus
writes a promotional article for masks by presenting movies
where masks are used. Any medical aspect is left out - because
the masks Jonas Dreyfus presents mostly have a mouth opening,
at least a nose opening, which the medical masks do NOT HAVE.
It is thus PROVEN: Jonas Dreyfus is NOT capable of any neutral
examination and he DENIES the basic medical facts.
April 25, 2020: Propaganda journalist Jonas
Dreyfuss trivializes and glorifies the mask madness by
presenting 12 movies with masks and helmets - and he forgets
that the masks almost all have a mouth opening or are only
eye masks (!) - Jonas Dreyfus is BLIND and commits total
misleading of the readers:
From "Zorro" to "Scream": These are the most famous movie
(orig. German: Von «Zorro» bis «Scream»: Das sind die
The masks shown by propaganda journalist Jonas Dreyfus are NOT
COMPARABLE to medical mouth-nose masks:
Photo text 1: MASK WITH MOUTH OPENING+NOSE OPENING: Jim Carrey
in "The Mask": The mask as a symbol for the desire to be
Photo text 2: MASK WITH MOUTH OPENING+NOSE OPENING: "The
Silence of the Lambs" with Anthony Hopkins: The mask has the
effect that the doctor looks like a monster.
Photo text 3: Advertising
Photo text 4: EYE MASK: "The Mask of Zorro" with Antonio
Banderas: The fact that the black eye mask protects the
identity of Zorro is hard to understand.
Photo text 5: MASK WITH NOSE OPENING: "Scream" with Drew
Barrymore: Ghostface wears a mask based on the painting "The
Scream" by Edvard Munch.
Photo text 6: EYE MASK: "The Dark Knight Rises" with Anne
Hathaway: "The Cat" wears an eye mask that merges into a kind
of hairclip with cat ears.
Photo text 7: MASK WITH NOSE OPENINGS: "V for Vendetta" with
Natalie Portman: "V" wears a mask which is a copy of the face
of Guy Fawkes.
Photo text 8: MASK WITH FREE NOSE+FREE MOUTH: "The Skin I Live
In" with Antonio Banderas: The leading actress wears a mask
under which scars are healing.
Photo text 9: Advertising
Photo text 10: MASK WITH NOSE OPENINGS: "Halloween" with Jamie
Lee Curtis: This is a Star Trek mask which is painted in
Photo text 11: MASKS FOR BANK ROBBERS WITH NOSE OPENINGS:
"House of Money" with Pedro Alonso: Bank robbers disguise
themselves with masks showing Dalí's face.
Photo text 12: WHOLE BODY SUIT (the only comparable situation
with a mouth-nose mask): "Spider-Man: Homecoming" with Tom
Holland: The mask of the most successful cinema superhero next
to Batman is part of a full body suit.
Photo text 13: EYE MASK: "Fifty Shades Darker" with Dakota
Johnson: Masks made of black satin or trimmed with lace are
top devices in erotic films.
Photo text 14: HELMETS WITH MOUTH OPENING: "Star Wars" with
Harrison Ford: The Stormtroopers from the "Star Wars" series
wear the most beautifully shaped masks or helmets.
Propaganda journalist Jonas Dreyfus is gloryfying destructive
mask. Der Artikel (translation):
"Zorro," "Fifty Shades of Grey" and "The Silence of the
Lambs": film history is full of masks. We present the most
Masks are the topic of nowadays - or better said: put on all
mouths. At least in countries where it is obligatory to wear
one in order not to infect others and oneself with the
corona virus. But even in Switzerland, where it is not yet
compulsory, we are looking more and more often into covered
faces in everyday life.
When people can't read the facial expressions of a
counterpart, this is scary. Is the person behind the fleece
smiling or looking grim? This provokes a fear, in
incertainty, and with this element the producers of horror
movies like "Halloween" are playing for decades.
Masks covering just the region around the eyes provokes an
impression of a more intensive gaze; we focus on the mouth.
For example, on Dakota Johnson's mouth in the more or less
erotic "Fifty Shades of Grey" series. Superheroes sometimes
wear masks in movies because of modesty. You don't have to
let everyone know you're saving the world.
Here are the most famous movie masks and their stories on
1. «The mask» – joke like a god
The mask as a symbol of the desire to be someone else in
life. In the 1994 action comedy "The Mask," a typical loser
in the form of a colorless bank clerk (Jim Carrey) finds a
mask that transforms him into a green-headed comic dandy and
lets him do everything he didn't dare do before. Beating up
opponents and seducing women, for example. The mask is said
to have once belonged to Loki. That's the name of the god in
northern Europe who was active during the nights performing
jokes and bad things.
2. "The Silence of the Lambs" -
The mask of Hannibal Lecter is famous enough for having an
own Wikipedia entry. Dr. Lecter (Anthony Hopkins),
cannibalistic serial killer, must wear it when he leaves his
cell in the 1991 thriller. Respectively, when prison guards
- for security reasons - roll him out of it on a sort of
standing barre. He is tightly bound, wearing a straitjacket.
The mask is to prevent him from snapping at anyone. But it
makes the doctor with the dapper appearance look unusually
monstrous. The audience is anything but calmed.
3. "The Mask of Zorro" - Latino Bandana
The fact that the black eye mask protects Zorro's identity
is incomprehensible from today's perspective. Antonio
Banderas, who played the American novel character for the
first time in 1998, is immediately recognizable. In 19th
century Mexico, where the story is set, things would have
been different. Without television, the Internet and the
like, the only way to know what someone looked like was to
meet them face to face. So this mask makes sense for the
country gentleman, who moonlights as an avenger of the poor.
4. "Scream" - Horror inspired by Munch
The opening sequence of the horror film series, which
started in 1996, is legendary: a schoolgirl, played by Drew
Barrymore: This youth is preparing a house party and is
harassed by an unpleasant man: Ghostface (Ghost face) wears
a mask modeled after Edvard Munch's painting "The Scream."
It was not designed for the film, but this costume was
produced ut years earlier as a Halloween costume by the U.S.
company Fun World. Movie director Wes Craven, director of
the series, bought the rights for using this mask, which
before the movie "Scream" was a normal product being called
"The Peanut-Eyed Ghost".
5. "The Dark Knight Rises" - seductive
In the last part of Batman trilogy made by director
Christopher Nolan in 2012, Catwoman - called "The Cat" in
the film - wears a futuristic eye mask that transitions into
a hairclip of sorts with pointed cat ears. As a master
thief, she must remain undetected. Unlike Batman, however,
her cover is pretty poor. Before Anne Hathaway, the morally
ambivalent comic book character had already been embodied by
actresses such as Michelle Pfeiffer and Halle Berry. In
future, Zoë Kravitz will soon take on the role in "The
6. "V for Vendetta" - masked rebel
The film is showing a totalitarian, fascist Great Britain.
In the "USA" is civil war after a virus kills nearly 100,000
citizens. Ouch! Fortunately, there is an unknown masked man
named V who resists the regime by drastic means. He wears a
mask modeled after the face of Guy Fawkes - the officer who
plotted attacks against King James I and against the English
Parliament in 1605 England.
7. "The skin I live in" - second skin
Unlike Zorro, Antonio Banderas does not wear the mask
himself in this film. He plays a surgeon who is mentally
confused, who has a woman in prision and is cutting a new
skin for her body. She wears the mask as a kind of plaster
on her face for healing scars. This movy of the Spanish
director Pedro Almodóvar of 2012 got an award for "Best
Mask" at the Spanish film awards Goya in 2012.
8. "Halloween" - cheap horror
The filming of the first part of "Halloween" from 1978 began
with only a little budget. So the filmmakers bought the mask
that serial killer Michael Myers wears in the horror movie
at the next best costume store. It was a "Star Trek" mask
that was supposed to show Captain Kirk. However, it was so
poorly made that it only remotely resembled the face of
actor William Shatner, who portrayed Kirk in the science
fiction epic. Then the mask was painted white and became the
identifying mark of one of the most successful horror series
9. "House of Money" - Netflix masks
The bank robbers in the Spanish series - currently on
Netflix - disguise themselves with masks that cartoonishly
show the face of the painter Salvador Dalí. According to the
makers of "House of Money," there was also talk of a Don
Quixote mask before filming began. But the recognition
effect of Dalí's moustache decided the race. Masks of famous
personalities are popular in bank robber movies. In "Point
Break," for example, Patrick Swayze wore one with the face
of Ronald Reagan.
10. "Spider-Man: Far From Home" " -
The mask of the most successful cinema superhero next to
Batman is part of a full body suit. In online forums, fans
discuss how Peter Parker, who turns into Spider-Man (Tom
Holland), can even see through the silver foils that cover
his eyes. In the more recent films about the Spider-Man,
some assume that a lens with some sort of motion sensor is
stuck on his iris. Whatever the case, Spider-Man wears the
mask in part because he is too shy and modest to reveal
11. "Fifty Shades Darker" - sexy face
Masks made of black satin or trimmed with lace in the style
of the Venice Carnival are a popular prop in movies that hit
theaters under the label "erotic." They signal to the
viewer: Attention please! In this scene, things are getting
a little raunchy. But just enough to not hurt her feelings.
Best example: the weird sex party from "Eyes Wide Shut." Or
"Fifty Shades Darker" with Dakota Johnson, where Mr. and
Mrs. Grey indulge in their lust after a masked ball.
12. "Star Wars" - legendary helmets
The most beautifully designed masks or helmets that science
fiction fans have ever seen are those of the Stormtroopers
from the "Star Wars" series, which began in 1977 with "Star
Wars". Instead of eye slits, they feature optics that create
holographic environmental images, protect the wearer from
extreme brightness and guarantee clear vision in fire or
smoke. Other versions incorporate a so-called head-up
display that provides detailed information about a
Propaganda journalist Jonas Dreyfus from Switzerland is well
informed about fantasy movies. In fantasies, he is good.
Michael Palomino, Sep.2, 2022
On July 18, 2020 the propaganda journalist Jonas Dreyfuss
(WITHOUT any medical training) is presenting a behavioral
scientist (WITHOUT any medical training) with the statement
that the mask would be like a "face" of a virus. A worse
nonsense cannot be written! And all medical facts about the
harmful mask (CO2, bacteria+fungi, microplastic, pimples,
rashes, skin itching and scars as well as the mask waste
mountains) are SUPPRESSED!
Switzerland July 18, 2020: propaganda
journalist Jonas Dreyfuss and "behavioral scientist" Claude
Messner claim: The criminal mask is supposed to be the new
"clothing" during a "pandemic" that does NOT EXIST!
Behavioral scientist Claude Messner: "The mask gives a face
to the virus"
(orig. German: Verhaltensforscher Claude Messner: «Die
Maske gibt dem Virus ein Gesicht»)
Behavioral scientist Claude Messner (49) from the University
of Bern studies why people do what they do. And he knows why
we sometimes have to be forced to do something - to wear masks
on public transport, for example.
Interview: Jonas Dreyfus
SonntagsBlick: Mr. Messner, for about two weeks now, Swiss
people have had to wear masks on public transport. What do you
think about this?
Claude Messner: It was a wise decision to introduce the
obligation. The problem with the Covid-19 threat is that you
can't see the virus. We know the pictures from overcrowded
intensive care units and we are observing the number of cases.
Nevertheless, the virus remains abstract for the individual.
And that's why the voluntary approach didn't work?
Yes, because wearing a mask does protect us - but from
something that "only" could possibly happen. It's difficult to
use this argument to try to change behavior. It's like trying
to convince someone to eat healthier by telling them, "If you
don't, you could have health problems in 20 years."
Why is this not a good argument?
Because, in the eyes of the person concerned, it only brings
inconvenience at the moment if they suddenly have to eat a
fruit instead of their beloved croissant in the morning.
How can this person change his behavior in the first place?
By paying attention to which fruits taste like what in her
mouth, for example, in order to develop preferences. If you
like a taste, that's an immediate reward that can motivate you
to bite into an apple regularly. When wearing a mask, that
doesn't work - it's just tedious. That's why, we have to be
forced to do so.
Do you feel safer on public transport with a mask?
I usually ride my bike. But I was traveling by train in
Germany, where masks have been mandatory for quite some time.
I found the situation rather scary.
Because it reminded me mercilessly that we are currently in
the midst of a pandemic. In Switzerland, it was easy to
suppress that. And that's precisely the clever thing about
prescribing the mask now: it not only protects against
infection, but also gives the virus a face. This can prevent
us from becoming lax in our precautions. Even in places where
we don't have to wear one.
Why is it that at Corona times we often cannot understand why
others behave differently than we do?
Because we pursue different motives. In the time of the Corona
epidemic, these change very quickly. When we felt a big threat
at the beginning of the pandemic, we were cautious on our own.
Our motive was to preserve our own health and not to harm
others. But soon other motives became stronger again. To
maintain social contacts, for example.
Many older Swiss can't understand at all that club members
can't stay at home for a while.
Even if I don't support it, I can absolutely understand that
young people now want to go out anyway. After all, they still
have to find partnerships and multiply. Those who are already
in a relationship and have a family can better resign do any
For many, it is nevertheless difficult to imagine how someone
can enjoy a party if they have to expect to be member of a
In technical jargon, this mechanism is called information
avoidance. It means that I block all info that might distract
me from achieving my goal. If my goal is to have fun and
maintain social contacts, it doesn't suit me at all if I
suddenly see a mask or have to register at the entrance to a
club. Then I just write Donald Duck on the list.
There are also cases when someone ignores indications of a
possible infection with Corona.
Perhaps this can be compared to people who have had risky
sexual intercourse and deliberately do not take an HIV test
because they know that they would have to change their lives
if the result is positive. The same can be applied to the
What do you mean?
I can imagine that many people don't use the app because they
don't even want to know that they have been in the vicinity of
a coronapositive person for more than 15 minutes. Especially
not just before holiday.
It sounds like we will only change our behavior if we directly
benefit from it or are forced to do so.
This is not quite true. You can consciously and voluntarily
choose to pursue a motive other than what is most pleasing to
you at the moment. By considering, for example, what supreme
goal one is pursuing.
What does that mean in concrete terms?
Wearing the masks and using the app is easier when you realize
why we should do it: Because it can prevent a second lockdown,
which is serious for private and professional life. After all,
the state only puts up with these restrictions because
otherwise people would die who otherwise would not.
You are an expert for consumer behavior. What influence does
the pandemic have on this?
The fact that we have to stand in line more and generally wait
longer because of the distance rules and space restrictions
has a big influence.
Is that why we consume less?
Not necessarily. We simply think more carefully about what we
consume when we have to stand in line for it. And because
waiting in line is tedious, we have to convince ourselves that
a product is worth more to us than it normally would be.
Does this mean that the longer I have to wait for a product,
the greater my desire for it?
Exactly. That's how it works every fall, when it's said again
that the release of the new iPhone will be delayed. Some
brands take advantage of this by artificially worsening the
availability of their products. Or they trick with the
so-called "low-balling technique". That means low-balling
technique. It was recently applied to myself.
I ordered a webcam from a large online supplier. Before that,
I researched which one I wanted and chose one that would be
available in a short time. After placing the order, I received
an email with the info that the product would be available
much later after all. Because I had already decided on a
model, I was more willing to wait a long time for it.
Is this legal?
Absolutely. It always says "delivery times without guarantee".
The chaotic conditions that we had at the beginning of the
lockdown for online shopping encouraged such dubious
Which product manufacturers have benefited most from the
corona-induced queuing and waiting?
The manufacturers of more expensive products that are not
needed immediately tend to benefit. Goods for everyday use, on
the other hand, must be available quickly. Very few people
want to wait in line for hours for a tube of toothpaste or a
jar of mustard. Nor do they want to wait for it.
What other observations did you make during the pandemic?
Belonging to a social group, which one expresses by wearing
certain clothing, for example, only works to a limited extent
in times of social distancing, because people simply see each
other less. This means that we lack an important means of
Why is this means important?
I don't just get dressed to avoid being cold or naked, but to
show how I am and what my values are. That way, other people
can see that they are similar to me. The fact that we use
clothing to express belonging is not some weird societal
disease, but makes sense as a way to define our identity. It
also works the other way around.
If you want people to temporarily give up their identity, you
take away their clothes. That's why detainees at Guantanamo
wear uniform jumpsuits and military personnel wear uniforms.
Is a pandemic a particularly exciting time for a behavioral
With my sons, they are nine and twelve, I have observed a big
developmental spurt in the past few months. They've had to
learn how to help themselves, they've learned how to use video
lessons, and they've generally become more independent. Sure,
that's an exciting observation. Nevertheless, I would have
preferred to live without the pandemic.
Propaganda journalist Jonas Dreyfus is filling the brains of
his readers with trash instead of the facts: wearing masks is
a horror for health! Mr. Jonas Dreyfus is showing his readers
that wearing masks would be "interesting" conceiling that
wearing masks just a horror for health!
Michael Palomino, Sep.2, 2022
On Jan.27, 2021 the vaccination propagandist Mr. Jonas Dreyfus
made vaccination propaganda for his Jewish colleague Anne Levy
who is the boss of Swiss Health Department BAG: Mr. Dreyfus
spoke in Basel with three people who had the complete "corona
vaccination". Dreyfus claimed that life after a "corona
vaccination" was like a "new life." But he did NOT talk to
truth tellers and warners, and he did NOT talk to people with
side effects either, and he did NOT talk to the crematoria or
to the morticians who were delivered more and more corpses! So
WHAT is the "journalist" Jonas Dreyfus? A court journalist, a
nonsense propaganda journalist. All is proved!
Basel Jan.27, 2021: Vaccine propaganda
journalist Jonas Dreyfus presents three people with "corona
vaccination", that is a "new life" (?!):
Three people from Basel tell about their new life: How does
it feel to be vaccinated?
(orig. German: Drei Basler erzählen von ihrem neuen Leben:
Wie fühlt es sich an, geimpft zu sein?)
Photo text 1: Andrea Hettlage already enjoys the highest
possible protection. Because: The psychoanalyst has already
been fully vaccinated against Corona.
Photo text 2: The 77-year-old has gained a freer look after
the vaccination. "Because my temporal existence is limited, I
have all the more desire to live," she says.
Photo text 3: Advertising
Photo text 4: Bruno Kopp is one of those vaccinated.
Photo text 5: Because he had a disease to which he was
helpless, the vaccination against Corona is self-empowerment
Photo text 6: Physician Michael Nüscheler poses with Bernese
mountain dog Ben in Riehen.
Photo text 7: He, too, has already been vaccinated. That he
wanted to be vaccinated against Corona was clear to him from
Photo text 8: On December 23, 2020, the first person in
Switzerland was vaccinated against the Corona virus in the
canton of Lucerne.
The article (translation):
No other canton has vaccinated as many people as early as
Basel. Numerous residents of the city already enjoy the
highest possible protection. Three of them tell how their
lives have changed as a result.
Being afraid of Corona has nothing to do with hysteria, says
Andrea Hettlage. Fear can be a good thing. The 77-year-old
Basel resident had herself vaccinated against Corona as early
as possible; she has since received her second dose and is
past the time when the substance takes full effect. "It feels
like a birthday present," she says.
Anyone who talks to people in the city of Basel who have
already been fully vaccinated is feeling an euphoria. And it
seems to be spreading: in the latest nationwide Corona survey
commissioned by SRG, 42 percent of respondents said they would
get vaccinated immediately. The fact that this percentage has
almost tripled since the end of October has to do with reports
from vaccinated people and new test results.
In the fight against the pandemic, Basel is now considered a
model canton. There are also geographical reasons for this: In
the city canton of Basel, the nearest doctor is usually never
far away. This has an effect on vaccination behavior, as
center government councilor, health director and president of
the cantonal health directors Lukas Engelberberger (45) tells
to Sunday View (SonntagsBlick) Magazine: "Basel traditionally
has good vaccination rates." Nevertheless, life is still
severely restricted in Basel as well. The carnival did not
take place again.
Basel residents could no longer
suppress the danger
But there are other reasons why around twice as many
people in Basel Town are fully vaccinated than in cantons
with a comparable population, such as Grisons
(Graubünden). When the carnival was canceled at the end of
February 2020, it was a collective shock for the people of
Basel. At that time, there was not a single Corona death
in Switzerland, the first wave had not even really arrived
yet. And nevertheless, no "Bebbi" could suppress the idea
that something more serious was coming. Because the
carnival would not be cancelled otherwise. Never!
First German-speaking canton in
Switzerland makes masks compulsory
From then on, Basel played a pioneering role in the fight
against the pandemic and was the first canton in
German-speaking Switzerland to introduce mandatory masks
in stores plus for service staff working indoors. And
began vaccinating on a large scale as early as December
28. That was so early that the federal government's
recommendation to consider those over 75 first had not
even been made. So for a while before Christmas, people
over 65 could sign up. One of them is Michael Nüscheler.
The retired doctor from Riehen cared for drug-addicted
patients in the 1990s and knows what it means when a virus
threatens humanity. If a vaccine against HIV had been
available as quickly as it is now, a great deal of
suffering could have been prevented, he says.
When government councilor Engelberger additionally wanted to
ban the recording of joke groups (Schnitzelbänke) for
television, even the Corona discipline of the Basel people
reached its limits. They protested vehemently. The ban was
"Because my temporal existence is limited, I have all the
more desire to live".
Can someone who has lived life to the fullest cope better
with corona-related limitations? No, says psychoanalyst
Andrea Hettlage (77) from Basel Town. She has been enjoying
perspectives that have opened up since the second dose of
"I recently turned 77 - my first vaccination appointment on
January 15 was like an early birthday present for me. I now
have full vaccination protection and a freer view of things
I already felt a certain sadness when the pandemic started. I
was overcome by the feeling that years were being lost, years
in which I still wanted to travel to Hungary, for example, to
follow in the footsteps of my ancestors. Fortunately, I have a
husband, a daughter, girlfriends and friends with whom I can
talk about such things.
At my age, life is more finite. But that doesn't mean I accept
the restrictions only partly. On the contrary. Because my
existence is limited in time, I have all the more desire to
live. I'm toying with the idea of living in New York or Rome
for a while.
In March of last year, my husband, a couple who are friends,
and I had tickets for a theater performance in Munich. We
wanted to travel there together by train and were already
standing at the station when I suddenly realized that I wasn't
comfortable with it. I said, "We're not going!" I was sorry
that I had to spoil the others' joy at such short notice, but
in retrospect it was the right decision.
Being afraid of Corona has nothing to do with hysteria. Being
afraid can be a good thing. It is a signal that should be
listened to. I work part-time as a psychoanalyst and at the
moment I am finishing the analyses with the patients who have
been coming to me for a long time. Besides that, I give
I had to deal with doctors who felt a kind of high at the
beginning of the pandemic because they could finally be
doctors in the classical sense. By that I mean that they were
needed as directly as their colleagues in medically poorly
served areas of the world.
The longer they were confronted with the misery, however, the
more their work became a burden and the hope for a vaccination
grew. If you work in an intensive care unit, the pandemic is
not as abstract for you as it is for many people in other
I don't behave completely differently since I got the
vaccination, but the hope is great that in the foreseeable
future I will be able to take the train to Berlin or Tuscany
to visit my friends who live there. Someday, maybe even to
Como for the opera or to Los Angeles. Or to take younger
people out to dinner again - that would be nice."
"I don't want to die just yet"
During the AIDS epidemic, physician Michael Nüscheler (65)
experienced what it means when a virus threatens humanity.
It was clear to him from the start that he wanted to be
vaccinated against Corona. The result of the probability
calculation on which his attitude is based is clear in his
"Around me, I feel a great euphoria regarding the vaccination
against Covid-19. As a doctor who helped set up the Basel drug
dispensary Badal in the 1990s, I had already dealt with a
virus that threatened many people: HIV. Whoever was infected
with it at that time, it was a death sentence. A patient of
mine who had AIDS had to find a foster family for her little
daughter because she knew she was going to die. I thought that
was so terrible!
To this day, there is no vaccine against HIV. If one had been
available then as quickly as it is now against Corona, a lot
of suffering could have been prevented.
I received the first dose at the vaccination center on
December 30, and the second on January 20. In Basel Town,
shortly after the vaccination began, people as young as 65
could register for an appointment. After that, the minimum age
was raised to 75.
For me, it was clear that I would get vaccinated as soon as
possible because of my age and my high blood pressure.
According to studies, if you're over 65, you have a 10 to 15
percent chance of having a fatal course of corona. Of course,
there are exceptions like my 92-year-old mother-in-law, who
survived the disease smoothly. But the fact is in connection
with covid disease: The older the patient, the greater the
risk of death. And I don't want that just yet.
I worked as a general practitioner until last May - my place
in the group practice was taken over by my daughter, who has
also chosen to become a doctor. In the course of my career, I
was always amazed that only about 30 percent of the nursing
staff in our hospital got vaccinated against influenza. The
opposite was true for physicians: around 30 percent did not
get vaccinated. Yet nurses have much more frequent, longer and
closer contact with patients than doctors. If they don't do it
to protect themselves, they should at least show solidarity
with the people they care for.
I could say now that I can understand the fear of the Covid
vaccination. But if I am honest, I cannot explain it at all.
The risk of contracting Corona is so much greater than any
long-term consequences of vaccination. In addition, the
long-term consequences of Corona are much more likely at the
moment compared to those of a vaccination. People with
so-called Long Covid symptoms continue to suffer from severe
fatigue and shortness of breath for months after recovery.
If I knew a vaccine skeptic, I would ask them what they
suggest for an alternative to vaccination. Corona is not
guaranteed to go away on its own. Vaccination is the only way
to beat the virus. And even more promising, once 70 percent of
the population is vaccinated, lockdowns are history for now."
"In my environment, no one is skeptical.
Analyzing risks is part of everyday life for insurance
broker Bruno Kopp (65). Because he had an illness to which
he was helpless, the vaccination against Corona is
self-empowerment for him.
"Almost five years ago, I had to have a malignant tumor
removed. At the time, I asked myself the question that many
people probably ask themselves in such situations: Why me? I
found it very unpleasant that I was so helplessly at the mercy
of the disease. It is all the more clear to me that I make use
of everything I can do myself to protect my health.
For me, this includes the vaccination against Covid-19. I
registered for it on December 21, I had the first dose on
December 30, and the second dose on January 20. My yellow
vaccination booklet is now full of entries. No one in my
immediate circle is skeptical. Rather envious.
I have great respect for Corona and don't behave much
differently than I did when I didn't have the full - or
highest possible - vaccination protection. Maybe I drink a
little more coffee than usual, because I also take one where a
mask duty is installed. Then I tear it down for each sip.
As an insurance broker specializing in catastrophes, I am good
at analyzing risks. I don't understand that at the moment
people are always saying that nothing can be planned for the
long term, that you have to decide from day to day. If you get
data and analyze it, you can foresee scenarios. That's why
mass testing is so important in my eyes. You can extrapolate
the data you get from them to the whole population.
There is now a discussion about whether vaccinated people
should enjoy more freedoms than non-vaccinated people. In my
opinion, this is not appropriate at the moment, because not
everyone has access to vaccination yet. As soon as everyone
who wanted to could be vaccinated, different treatment of
non-vaccinated people in some areas is probably inevitable.
One possibility would be that they would have to pay higher
health insurance premiums, or at least a higher part to pay
themselves in case of a severe course with hospitalization.
Smokers who have a life insurance also pay more premiums than
non-smokers. Nobody gets upset about that.
I like to eat very much, and my partner is a very good cook.
That's not a bad combination - especially during a lockdown.
Still, I'm looking forward to going to a restaurant with her
and my adult son again in the near future. Or to finally be
able to go to the Carnaval again. I play piccolo in a clique."
The propaganda journalist Jonas Dreyfus evades any interview
with people with heavy side effects or presenting deads by
"Corona" vaccination. This is only PROPAGANDA for the Pharma
stock exchange prices. The Jewish boss of Swiss Health
Department BAG Mrs. Levy is educated in business and NOT in
medicine - shares count, propaganda counts, business mafia
between media propaganda and pharmaa bosses counts, truthers
and medical information DON'T COUNT.
See the mistake.
Michael Palomino, Sep.2, 2022
On Jan. 15, 2022 the propaganda journalist Jonas Dreyfuss
claimed that all Swiss are "passive-aggressive", and
especially those who leave their nose free when wearing a
mask, so that they don't poison their lungs with
bacteria+fungi. The "journalist" Jonas Dreyfus now becomes an
absolute agitator with false bullying (!):
Switzerland Jan.15, 2022: Jonas Dreyfuss
INVENTS that all Swiss with a free nose are
"passive-aggressive" - the blind Mr. Dreyfuss commits
MOBBING against Swiss without end AND does NOT see his own
With bad jokes passing the pandemic: Swiss are world
champions in passive-aggressive behavior
(orig. German: Stichelnd durch die Pandemie: Schweizer
sind Weltmeister in passiv-aggressivem Verhalten)
Comment: Apparently the propaganda journalist Jonas
Dreyfus has an ORDER to mob people who know something
about medicine. A clever newspaper looks different. This
newspaper View (Blick) is aggressive.
Passive-aggressive behavior is omnipresent in everyday
life. Especially during the pandemic. We Swiss are world
champions in it.
No, no - don't read this article. You won't find it
Busted! You have at least started to read this article,
although you were just advised against it. The insulted tone
in which the author insinuates in the first sentence of the
article that you are not interested in what he is writing
about anyway is typical of passive-aggressive behavior.
It is defined by someone expressing negative feelings
indirectly instead of directly. For example, by "forgetting"
to take out the garbage instead of saying that he does not
like it. By smiling at his counterpart and saying that
everything is fine, only to keep it silent for hours
Passive aggression is often combined with
It is easy to detect that a pandemic favors aggressive
behavior in general. Domestic violence increased in 2020 in
cantons like Zurich, according to crime statistics. Swiss
people spend much more time at home, "the situation" puts
people under pressure. When the police have to move out, they
never do so because someone is expressing negative feelings in
an indirect way. However, passive-aggressive behavior often
goes hand in hand with physical violence in relationships.
Then there are the conflicts that arise when people have
different views on how to deal with the crisis. It is not
without reason that 62 percent of those surveyed in the last
Swiss TV SRG Corona Monitor stated that they had already
argued in private about vaccination or measures, etc.
The "nose-free-man" (Näseler) who wears
the mask extra wrongly
One passive-aggressive way of dealing with the feeling of
paternalism to which opponents of measures feel exposed is,
for example, to wear masks deliberately incorrectly. An
author of the American magazine "Psychology Today" lists
eleven different ways of doing this. From the classic of the
"nose-free-man" who wears the mask under the nose, to the
bad habit of pulling the mask under the chin to speak (or
even to sneeze).
You get mad because you've seen this happen? Then the
passive-aggressive has achieved what he wants. Instead of
saying he's angry, he has made you feel as annoyed as he is.
"Swiss people are world champions in passive-aggressive
behavior," says Stefan Heer (46) from the locatino of Bühler
in the canton of Appenzell Ausserrhoden (AR), he is a work
and organizational psychologist and CEO of the company
Leadnow. When he measures the state of mind of employees, he
often asks them the question: "Do you say something when you
don't like something?" Most of the Swiss among those
surveyed answer negative. "They believe that the superior
must sense on his own what his subordinates need." If that
doesn't happen, unhappy employees would often behave in a
passive-aggressive way. "With the goal that the boss thereby
senses where the shoe pinches."
Germans have to say what they think
It's different when he deals with Germans, Mr. Heer says.
"They have to say what they think, otherwise they don't live
well." Germans, on the other hand, have little hope that
anything will change. The Swiss, he says, are more
optimistic, "even if they complain less often."
No matter what nationality the people who work in the office
belong to: It's a place that provokes passive-aggressive
behavior. Say the opinion to a friend or to a family member,
this is an effort. But at a working place this has an
ancomfortable official element. Then come talkings. Just
this word provokes sweat with many people.
"I don't remember that at all."
That's why employees often unconsciously choose tactics for
which - when the matter becomes hard - they're hard to hold
accountable. They sabotage supervisors or other employees by
ignoring emails, responding extra late or questioning
agreements. "Is this what we talked about? I don't even
Classic passive-aggressive behavior in everyday office life
also includes what Mr. Heer calls "duty by the book." One
example is taking advantage of awkwardly worded e-mails with
the goal of running down the sender. Mr. Heer: "You actually
know exactly what he wants to know from you, but you answer
the question exactly as it was asked."
An adult way to deal with conflicts would be to present them
directly, Heer says. But that takes energy. Especially in
times of the pandemic, which is destroying many of us slowly
step by step, it [the energy] is often lacking, he says. Add
to that we have the home office situation, which leads us to
perceive behavior as passive-aggressive that isn't. "It's
not always on purpose when somebody is not writing back for
When facial expressions and gestures are
missing, misunderstandings are imminent
According to Mr. Heer, e-mail is the perfect channel for
communicating without sense anyway. If you're not sitting
within sight of each other - as you are in the office -
facial expressions and gestures are lost as a means of
classifying what's being said. Even jokes in a tender way
are quickly perceived as bad jokes.
Mr. Heer therefore asks himself three questions before
composing an e-mail: Are negative or positive emotions
involved? Is it a matter of negotiating something? Is there
any assumption that the other person might misunderstand the
content of the mail? "If I'm only answering yes to one
question, I'd rather call than email."
Heer recommends that people who are quick to take things
personally in the moment, they should separate intention and
effect of a behavior which is considered as passive
aggression. For example, if we feel provoked in the train by
someone wearing their mask under their nose, we can keep in
mind that they may have simply forgotten to pull it up
properly. "Then it's enough to point it out to him in a nice
way, without immediately getting an attack of fury."
Mr. Jonas Dreyfus is NOT capable for any neutral research.
In January 2022 many facts about the negative effects of
masks were already PUBLISHED in PUBLIC. So, it seems that
this Jewish "journalist" Jonas Dreyfus from Basel is also an
illiterate. Or he owns shares of mask producers and pharma
shares of vaccine producers?
Find the mistake.
Michael Palomino, Sep.2, 2022
Proofs: Here is the news (cronology) about mask effects (in
German) and these news are not at all good for the masks:
1f. Mask (mask madness, mask torture)
(Maskenball) gg. Corona19 01 - 02
(ab15.5.2020) - 03
(ab 20.7.2020) - 04
(ab 18.9.2021) - 05
(ab 1.8.2022) -
Good masks, wrong masks, fake
masks, disguisement, robbery of masks, speculation with