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Surviving as a Sceptic in a Vaccination-Fanatic Society

Here you can post and read neat ideas to improve life, get things done better, reduce stress, get more productive, increase your security and/or enjoy life more.
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Surviving as a Sceptic in a Vaccination-Fanatic Society

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Here you can post and discuss resources that help the politically abused (large) minority of vaccination opponents and critics to survive and have a more human-rights fulfilling life in a vax-fanatic society/politics until society has been brought to reason and the vaccination madness has been ended.
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Go Self-Employed!

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One thing I can clearly recommend here, as also for any other situation, is to go self-employed. Don't stick with doing the trained-monkey wage slave, heavily exploited and literally bossed around (and more often than not mobbed by likewise socially distressed "colleagues", too, all blind to the actual cause of their sufferings, and to the solutions). Going self-employed is not nearly as hard as most people think, and you do especially keep social safety, it's just a matter of some little bit of learning and getting experiences. Learn to properly wage and dare risks in a calculated, sound and reasonable manner.

In a vax-crazy world as we have it today, you're so much freer and less endangered as a freelancer, and you get the know-how to connect with people, carve out solutions for pretty much anything, and feel much less scared, because you know reality much better and especially know what you and other able likemined people are capable of.
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Re: Surviving as a Sceptic in a Vaccination-Fanatic Society

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Go self-employed is easy to say, but do you have actual tips where and how to start?
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Re: Surviving as a Sceptic in a Vaccination-Fanatic Society

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I'd say: Either ask your local workforce agency (e.g. the Jobcenter/Arbeitsamt in Germany) whether you can attend a course on founding and running your own business, or ask other institutions or associations (in Germany there is for instance also the IHK), or you simply browse (e.g. on Amazon or nicer places) for books on the subject, there are really many very good ones available, as you will see, even for different approaches such as starting part-time, for small up to big businesses, various options to get start capital or start completely without some, doing marketing, planning and managing finacnes, on legal issues, project management, finding business partners, and so on. And lots of additional literature that help starters as well as established businesspeople to get more productive, creative, resilient, people-skilled, successful, work-life-balanced, and so on and on. And you definitely do not need the most expensive books, often smaller and cheaper books do the trick well enough! :)
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