Timothy Potenz asks you whether you think Germans should have to register to become organ donors, or the other way around.
What Is The Situation?
In recent months, the system of organ donation here in Germany has been discussed and, to an extent, reformed. It is hard to argue that these reforms are uncalled for. With 12,000 critically ill patients on the waiting list for organ transplants and three of these people dying every day, the system seems to be in need of significant revitalisation.
The problem with the system, put at its simplest, is that not enough Germans are donating their organs. With only 25% of Germans holding an organ donor card, Germany ranks behind 14 other countries in...
Social media is finding its voice and redefining the pecking order in global power institutions.
Michael Comte, a columnist with TMT, recently made an interesting comparison between the abusive and falsely benign appearance of the Catholic Church in the middle ages, to what mainstream media has become today. He postulated that the church professed to represent and support the common person against the tyranny of state oppression. That the masses willingly succumbed to this Holy See-promulgated idea of the church being a moral guardian, acting on behalf of them and in their interests...
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