Germany’s BILD APOLOGIZES: “FORGIVE US for this policy which, for a year and a half, has made you victims of violence, neglect, isolation, and loneliness.”

The editor-in-chief of Germany’s top newspaper Bild has apologized for the news outlet’s fear-driven coverage of COVID, specifically to children who were told “that they were going to murder their grandma.”

In a speech delivered to camera, Julian Reichelt said sorry for Bild’s coverage which was “like poison” and “made you feel like you were a mortal danger to society.”

Reichelt directed his main sentiment towards children who have been terrorized by fearmongering media coverage which has caused child depression and suicides to soar across the world

Editor-in-Chief of Germany’s Top Newspaper Apologizes For Fear-Driven COVID Coverage

It’s a good start, but everybody has been harmed by the fear-mongering and lies of most of the world’s covid response. In Buddhism, the basic steps in correcting a moral wrong are: 1) admit it fully to yourself; 2) apologize fully to all victims; 3) explain your actions but do not rationalize or excuse yourself; 4) make appropriate amends where possible; 5) when the former is complete and you have done all you can, move on; do not dwell on your mistake. It’s not enough to have a religious figure forgive you. You have to own up to it yourself. Only then will you clear the karma and free your mind from the burden. For those who wittingly or unwittingly contributed to the suffering of so many millions through insidious covid policies, this process may take years. The moral fault of misinforming others, medically failing to treat them, medically treating them wrongly, and more is truly grave. ABN

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