You are Switzerland

Switzerland
Switzerland

I don’t care to tell you how the story went on, since the germans and swiss or better Germany and Switzerland is going to kill me anyway. The guy in Horw kicked me out, because I was not able to give him money. The income from begging in the streets was not enough. Happily I found a vietnamese bloke in Lucerne who shared his room with me. For that he asked me to sell tooth brushes in the streets for him. Unfortunately nobody wanted one. But I still managed to get food and money for a bit spare time activities from begging. Additionally Germany kept on torturing me with their artificial intelligence technology. In December 2016 I went to the police to ask about the report I made in Mai about tortures from Germany. When living in Kriens before that, I was unable to go to the police because the torture was that strong, that that was not possible. The police sent me to the Immigration, who asked me to leave the country. Unfortunately a bit difficult without any money and no clue where to go to. Alternatively I could ask for asylum, with a low chance to get it. Swiss Caritas would have details and give me money to drive to Zurich for that. Unfortunately Swiss Caritas had no idea how to help me as already the German Caritas. Since I did not know where to go and had no money, the vietnamese offered me to hide me in a boards crate in his cellar. I stayed there four months over the winter until the police arrested me and put me into prison. Unfortunately the state was not able to solve the problem although he knew about my situation. When I got out, I found a container in a building site to hide me. Some days later security catched me there. Then I found another place to hide. So I am hanging around at the station for nearly one year now. Needless to say, that I am completely tired, washed out, physically and emotionally destroyed. Since I had no money to take my things out of the locker in the train station, SBB cleared it and brought it to somewhere in Berne. So I have just the clothes I am wearing left. When the police controlled me two weeks ago, they asked me to flee to Italy. Probably not even able to do that anymore. Congratulations.

The reason behind it all. The germans are controlling people with embodied hightech for decades. I was working for conservative german media, who dismissed me 8 years ago due to a stressful situation in my family. So I was dealing with other projects like artificial intelligence. When I started to argue against their ideology, they took my consciousness, sent me abroad and started torturing me. Obviously it is legal, that, they torture you in Switzerland for four years until you die. Don’t know about other countries. I did not know about that, otherwise I would have never worked for a media company. Choose your employer carefully, and rather refuse a job, if you don’t agree with their policy. They are able to kill you, no matter what degree you have, in what personal situation you are or how much money you have.

If you have enough money make sure you are connected to a private artificial intelligence network not a public one, in doubt that one of your bank, protecting your life. For that check their policy. My community bank is working against me. Hopefully the global networks of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and other private ones are soon able to offer packages. Probably they will have to add citizenships in their offers, if there is a confilct with your national law. Very important for Biotech issues as well. Wondering where tourism, global investors and other industry branches are.

Competition, Cooperation and Regulation

Aldi
Aldi

So today I survived my father. He was 50 years and 118 days old when he died. A few thoughts about our economic situation before and what happened next.

The state changed the laws and prohibited us to bake bread in our old bakery. The ceilings were to low and the fire protection was not good enough. So my parents had to tear down and old storing house next to our main house in order to build a new house for the bakery. They planned a new bakery and stores in the cellar with all required technical conveniences, office and a flat above it.

Unfortunately my father died during the building process. Then the state wanted my mother to engage a senior baker to continue the bakery. We already had two bakers, three shop assistants, a housekeeper and the new house was build with a loan. Additionally she survived cancer and some other relatives died shortly before.

So she did not know what to do. Obviously the other members of the bakers guild already had  renovated  their property and were not able to help her. She went to the city, and was told that a new supermarket chain called Aldi was looking for shops and stores in city centers. Of course the town wanted to strengthen its market position in the region. We were lucky, Aldi finished the house building and offered her a long term rental contract. The former bakery was rented to a butcher, who wanted to open a branch in the city. Of course the bakers guild was not that happy with this development, since the prices of Aldi were much lower than theirs.

Twenty years later Aldi moved away from the city centers and opened shops in the outskirts. Then the venue was rented to a woman who opened a fashion studio. Unfortunately she was not able to survive. Then the age of low price hair dressers was dawning. So she rented the shop to a budget hair dresser. You can imagine that the traditional hairdressers were not that amused, but again they did not give her money.  Instead they did joint advertising campaigns against the disturber, but of course he survived, as my mother did.

Can you imagine that in my oral exam in economics I was asked about competition law in the case of bakeries and I did not even understand the questions. Since I wrote the best written exam in national accounting the professor was so nice to give me a good mark anyway.

 

 

 

 

 

The climate

Wages
Wages

Having dealt a lot with morals and strategy, I was very impressed by the headline of 20 Minuten yesterday. 70 per cent of the swiss population wants to have transparency about the earnings of their colleges. The figures are similar in Germany. Of course most people feel underpaid and are looking for reasons to get paid better. Probably not easy to judge fairly how much everybody deserves, since required education levels, experiences, skills and personality are different. There is lots of literature about that and probably online data like knowledge graphssocial graphs and cloud data will provide further justifications. New Artificial Intelligence Tools will add more possibilities to make sense of the world. But at the end employers can do whatever they want. They don’t have to hire people with certain skills or achievements. They can hire them for whatever reasons.

From my personal experience colleges are often looking for moral reasons to protect their self. This person is lazy, this person is flattering the boss, this one has personal problems, this one is pushy, this is timid, this one has a child and wants better treatment for that, and so on. In my life there were three experiences making me smile today. First a bored housewife, working as a secretary pushed her breasts against my back every day and wanted to have a “sex on the beach” with me. I wasn’t bothering but a college indicated her and she was dismissed. Some years later another college sat onto my table several times a week, was crossing her legs from one direction to the other, and wanted me to appreciate her shape. When I once asked her about the tissue of her slip, I was seeing through her clothes, she was indicating me. As a consequence she was dismissed. In the third case a college refused to speak to me and to correct wrong spellings in her presentations. I nearly got a heart attack and was dismissed.

Later I had to learn, that some institutions obviously have the right to spy and condition you with psychiatric nanotechnologies, harmless compared to collected online data. If you don’t behave how they want, you get tortured by those means, even if you don’t work for them and have enough money. This is to keep you loyal. Obviously there is a legal justification for that in some countries. That is not that funny. If you leave the country, other countries don’t stop those technologies and are not accusing the offenders.

So I am wondering, why some people get millions for a sexual assault and some are tortured for several years without any consequences. Where is that moral sense? In my case I am threatened by medical technologies to keep me away from Facebook, because I obviously had infected thousands with sexually transmitted diseases, who would sue me if they hear from me. Obviously this is because I am influencing media budgets and my posts are not favoring Germany. On the other hand there is a need for thousands of people for the digital revolution media and healthcare institutions are fighting against. I have to refuse every offer. When I am using “hostile services” like Amazon I get soft electro shocks. Then they are keeping me away from my relatives because they claim that I was a case of child abuse. I nearly have no teeth anymore, because they claim, my mother would have neglected me like that. There are billions of people with all sorts of indications they know and they plan to destruct my whole family. Of course she doesn’t know what they do and her healthcare institution is refusing to have contact with me, as my bank. Obviously the city needs funding or a company to enable people to communicate via Skype or Whatsapp. Further they observe, how I react to people. Sometimes they are giving me soft electro shocks to appear strange. So I feel like a puppet on the string or Voodoo Puppet of someone.

Obviously those games are played by national psychiatrists for political and social reasons. So every personal development, education, knowledge, experience and contact is worthless since they are playing avatar with you how they want it, without you being able to stop it. There is no possiblility for personal improvement. Germany is able to force you to do whatever the central state planning wants even if you loose your life. There is no escape to abroad, since the technologies are used worldwide. If you tell people about that, the legal system will diagnose you with paranoid schizophrenia and hospitalize you. I don’t know which other states are practising this tortures.

In my case, Switzerland is not accusing them, even if you are registered in Switzerland, and I have no clue which country would. An important thing to know, when going somewhere if you want to survive. I could ride without paying to Italy, but have no clue about their laws and how they behave in this situation. Completely tricked out or adverse selection as it is called in economics.

Shootings, Traffic and the Prison

Sometimes not that easy to describe what is going on. Today I ‘m going to tell you about my experiences in prison. The fist one was 25 years ago in Bocholt, where I had to sleep in a drying-out-cell without any equipment. I kept on knocking against a shop window after the local shooting match, where they picked me up. Last year I was crossing the street at red in Lucerne, then I was caught riding the bus without paying, because my german banks refuse speaking with me while I am in Switzerland. The fines were not that high, but unfortunately I couldn’t pay them. Due to continued lack of money I also could not react to the monetary reminders, which were sent to my former flat. When I got into a police control in the street I was arrested for that reason. Of course the public prosecution department knew about my situation, being tortured by the german healthcare for years in order to be reintegrated in the german media business without any monetary or economic reason, but probably they wanted to end this procedure, unfortunately with now result. I do not understand why they did not accuse my german banks and bring me into safety. I mean, I could have got an heart attack.

The fist night was in a cell at Stadtpolizei Luzern. First I got a strip search, then I was brought to a small cabin with basin and toilet, but without window. The breakfast was rather plain. The next day they brought me with the prison van to the Justizvollzugsanstalt. Since I panicked when they wanted to handcuff me with hands in the back, they were so friendly to handcuff me with hands in the front. The cabin in the van was tiny, but luckily it was just a ten minutes ride. Arrived there I was impressed by the arts in the check in lobby showing names of celebrities like Eduard Zimmermann. Then I was brought to a cell with three other people. There were two bunk beds on each wall and a television set in the front. The doors to the corridor with four other cells and a bathroom where open most time. There were three meals a day. In the afternoon we could spent an hour at a central court to socialize and play table tennis. The other inmates were from all over the world but also from Switzerland. So we were talking about shared experiences. Some had strange accidents. Most time of the day we were watching television and asking us, what they wanted to tell us. When I was annoyed, I was just imagining to be in a chalet somewhere. From the interior there were slight similarities. For my dismissal I got a new backpack. I liked the sporting brand from the institute. Unfortunately not available online.

From the monetary aspect I had to be there for 100 Franks and the costs per day are 400 Franks per person, obviously due to psychological reasons.

Eingangsbereich Grosshof
Eingangsbereich Grosshof
Zelle Grosshof
Zelle Grosshof
Spazierhof Grosshof
Spazierhof Grosshof

 

 

 

Healthcare, Communities and History

Schorndorfer Weiber
Schorndorfer Weiber

Here the unbelievable answer of the “Schorndorfer Weiber”, the community of my mother to my situation. I am living in the streets in Switzerland and begging for five months now, tortured by technologies of the “new national socialist” german healthcare, nobody is believing they exist. In case I get hurt or kill myself due to the tortures, german healthcare and social projects will get all I have including the whole family heritage. And none of them is able to drive 200 kilometers to check what is going on. My sister is already knocked out by the german healthcare. The sister of my father nearly died there, because people were too trendy and not caring. So am I chased, tortured and killed for the local healthcare, museum or other social projects of the city running out of money? They get my live, are not responsible, are supporting social projects and are expecting me to go to the swiss charity not verificating what happened? That might be, why neither the lord mayor of this city is not answering me, nor the local Caritas or my bank refusing to use technology. Needless to say that not a single of my former business partners or friends feels responsible. From my side it is not primarily about the money, but about the identification and prosecution of the responsibles of my tortures, nobody is caring about. And obviously there are several. I have no clue what this community thinks, but if you read the mails below, it could also be that they are afraid of german authorities as I am. Check their technologies before moving or investing there, but probably they are just treating germans like that.

I wrote them this blogpost and obviously they are supporting my death penalty as everybody.

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Memories, Emotions and Experiences

Travel

Just a few notes about 2009. Since I had no holidays for years and a case of guardianship in the family, I decided to do as much as possible short trips across Europe. Unfortunately the reviews I wrote on TripsByTips disappeared as I mentioned in another blog, so here some notes about this experiences. Consider it as a spontanous memory experiment, to learn from.

Amsterdam, 8.4. – 14.4.2009

Living in a nice guesthouse next to a canel, I was strolling around the city. Not remembering that much, since I have been there several times before. Was impressed by a chinese man, living in Vienna who told me that he is spending every weekend in Amsterdam, because Vienna made him depressive, due to the big white buildings there. He preferred the small red ones.

Potsdam, 27.4.-29.4.2009

There I was amazed by how quickly they rebuild the historical city and dealt with the further planning of the area. The reason for the journey was a seminar. I was a bit disappointed they did no team building events outside the hotel.

Paris, 30.4.-3.5.2009

Was just in the mood for updating my map of the city and looking for clothes for challenging people hardly to find in Germany. Unbelievable difficult to remember, what I did exactly also here, because I have been there many times before and later.

Berlin, 7.5.-10.5.2009

Went to Berlin for business reasons and added some days to have a change of scenery. Basically I spent most of the time in Charlottenburg and Mitte.

Cannes, 30.7.-5.8.2009

Having worked in Nice for some months 14 years ago, I did not manage it to visit Cannes at that time. So we were discovering the beaches in the area and spent most of the evenings in one of the many restaurant along Rue St. Antoine to enjoy the manifold meals and watch the tourist streams walking up and down the alley. Liked some hidden beaches outside, but also the sports beaches within the city and the impressive yachting harbor. One day we went to Nice.

Ibiza, 10.9.-24.9.2009

A typical party holiday. I was sleeping most time of the day and visiting the famous clubs at night. Was a bit annoyed that the gods started playing at 2 or 3 o’clock in the morning. On the other hand quite interesting to get up at night and visit one of those dream like spectacles at Amnesia. Feels like finding oneself in another dream. Was meeting people who spent all of their holidays there for decades and found it a bit complicated to enter those well practiced groups. On the other side I met people who avoided to meet somebody of their groups. One day I went to the legendary Cafe del Mar to watch the famous sunsets there. Since it was to busy I went to another place at the promenade.

Madrid, 29.09.-4.10.2009

Being the first time in this city I was busy with exploring all of its amenities. Was impressed by the massive colonialist merchant and trading houses in the inner city and the pulsating nightlife. One day I spent in the Prado, dealing with european history and the leisure area next to it. Was at a birthday party and amazed, that people were discussing about what language the spanish king should speak, and some people refused to sit at a table where a spanish flag was in the middle, and not the one of their region.

Copenhagen, 7.10.-11-10.2009

There I was taking part in the Kulturnatten, where several cultural venues opened their doors and offered manifold events. In the parliament I was amazed by the development of regulations for german and danish minorities in both countries. At the post museum they discussed how many CO2 an email is producing and the dark sides of the technological revolution. Then I visited the royal guards and dealt with their development and function. Later I enjoyed the view over the city from the round tower. The next day I visited the outdoor exhibition “100 places to remember” due to the world climate summit taking place there this year. Then I had a stroll through the autonomous community of Christiania to find out, how they life.

Warsaw, 14.10.-18.10.2009

In Warsaw I was amazed by the manifold faces of the city reflecting the regimes of the past in close neighbourhood: historical old town, ghetto, socialist and modern area. Was amazed by an exhibition dealing with the fears of polish intellectuals of the westernization of the country in the 80s.

Budapest, 21.10.-27.10.2009

Was visiting Hungary for their national holiday and was surprised by immense national socialist demonstrations within the city, learning about their view of the development in the last decade in Europe. Then I was attending an exhibition of Turner and dealt with the making of his travel sketches and paintings. Apart from that I was doing the obligatory sightseeing, shopping, dining and clubbing.

London, 29.10.-2.11.2009

Not having been to London for 20 years I wanted to check, how the city has developed since then. First the typical tourist programm, walking up and down Oxford Street, strolling along the riverside and enjoying the nightlife around Leicester Square. Since having visited Turner already in Budapest the week before, I went to the National Gallery to see his finished oeuvres. Then I discovered the Building Centre and was dealing with New London Architecture especially the London Plan. Loved the British Music Experience Museum for the smart entrance card enabling the storage of what you did and what you have seen.

Lisbon, 5.11.-9.11.2009

Having been there for the first time, I visited all the mayor spots of interest. First I climbed around the old castle, then I had a look at the old town. Was very impressed by the exhibition park, the oceanario and the Vasco da Gama bridge. If I remember it right, I have seen the first self check-out supermarket there. Then I went to the Gulbenkian Foundation and dealt with artistic, social and cultural developments.

Berlin, 11.11.-15.11.2009

Berlin again for a job interview. Living in Prenzlauer Berg for the first time, I explored this part of the city. Liked the many comfortable brunch places.

Krakow, 24.12.2009-7.1.2010

Was taking part in blind booking from Germanwings and got Krakow. The weather was that horrible, that we were not allowed to land. The pilot announced that he would land anyway, because his stewardess wanted to spend christmas there. If he wouldn’t manage it, we could complain with the airline. Holy night I spent in St. Mary’s Basilika famous for the hejnal, new years eve first at the public party on the main square, then in a trendy club. Liked the Kosciuszko Mound outside, the medieval city center, Kazimierz and the crazy clubs. I met a bloke who took me to Zakopane, a famous skying resort there, where I went to the hairdresser without understanding a word.

If you ask me now, why I reacted how to some situations, the answer is probably more difficult than what I can remember spontanously. Probably much to do with habitudes and prior experiences or not experiences. But without doubt, there is a need for better documentation and analysis.

Going to consult Facebook in the next step to enrich this blogpost, with my past information available for me to improve this consolidation.

Let me tell you, how the story continued. One day later I had a look at the postings and comments I made in  2009 on Facebook. So I could retrieve the information that I discovered the Building Center and British Music Experience in London that year. Unfortunately I started Facebook only in April 2009. Furthermore I was wondering why I was consolidating Lisbon in Berlin, and why and how I commented some postings of others, maybe still having impact on my life today without me knowing about it. Since I could have said things on classical media too, I have a rough idea what was going on later in the political room in Germany, with what consequences. Obviously I was not able integrate the various and opposing interest groups. #Sensemaking