WEF Police Lock Up Swiss Cardiologist for Speaking Out Against COVID Mandates

A cardiologist with a doctorate in immunology and virology who has held a private practice for 24 years has revealed that the WEF-aligned Swiss state forcibly placed him in a psychiatric institution to be examined for mental illness in response to his public condemnation of COVID restrictions as unscientific.

On April 9, 2020, Dr. Thomas Binder posted to his blog an analysis of COVID-19, arguing that the government’s response was unscientific and inhumane. Dr. Binder’s blog post received 20,000 views.

He hoped it would encourage people to think for themselves and question the authoritarian response of the government, but it appears he was asking for too much in the land of Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum.

Instead of sparking a healthy discussion about the science behind lockdowns and mandates, Dr. Binder found himself confronted by armed police officers including anti-terrorist units.

Two colleagues had alerted the chief of state police, claiming Dr. Binder was a threat to himself, his community and the government. On the day before Easter of 2020, he was confronted outside his home by about 60 armed police officers, including 20 with the canton of Aargau’s anti-terrorism unit, ARGUS.

In a video interview with independent reporter Taylor Hudak, Binder revealed that after examining his online posts and messages, police finally concluded he was not a terrorist. But the officers weren’t finished with him yet and sent the doctor to a hospital to examine his mental health, after which he was diagnosed with “corona insanity” and placed in a psychiatric unit.

Binder was released on the condition he take psychiatric medication and continues to practice medicine in Switzerland.

“These are really Soviet-style, [East German]-style psychiatry methods,” he said.

Watch his interview with Taylor Hudak below:

In the Soviet Union, political opposition to the Communist Party’s quest for a utopian state typically were deemed to be mentally ill and often were held in psychiatric hospitals. Some were diagnosed with “diseases” such as “sluggish schizophrenia,” having manifest symptoms such as “delusions of reformism.”

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