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Index of the Series About Windows Inside Hospitals (Causing Hospitals to Become Disaster Zones)



Two different Phantoms: [W]hen nobody is using Windows, there will be no botnets -Professor Eben Moglen, 2010



Summary: Now that the 16-part series is finished, with no further whistleblowers coming forth, we conclude with the index below

  1. Microsoft Kills: An Introduction
  2. Microsoft Killed Far More Patients Than COVID-19 Killed
  3. Microsoft Kills: Hospitals Taken Over by Windows Crackers and Hospital Staff Threatened Not to Talk About It
  4. Very Bad Reporting or Deliberately Shallow Media Coverage After Microsoft Windows Hands Hospitals Over to Crackers
  5. Microsoft Cult-Like Tactics Destroy Hospitals by Ripping Apart Everything Microsoft (and the NSA) Cannot Control
  6. Stories From the Battleground (Hospitals Where Windows Killed More Patients Than COVID-19 Has Killed)
  7. Nothing to See Here, People, Please Move Along. The “System is Down...”
  8. With Microsoft Windows on Key Systems Many Hospitals Become Remotely Controlled and Nonoperational
  9. The Difficulty of Blowing the Whistle on Hospitals Brought Down by Microsoft Windows
  10. When the Response to Hospitals Being Systematically Cracked Through Microsoft Products Like Windows is... Blocking the Competition of Microsoft
  11. Trust Microsoft With Everything Including Your Life
  12. Removing Free/Libre Software as an Inadequate Response to Microsoft Windows (With Back Doors) Getting Compromised, Killing People
  13. Hostility and Aggression Towards Staff That Does Not Use Windows After Windows Takes Entire Hospital Down
  14. Allegations That Microsoft Will Ruin Besieged Clinics and Hospitals to Retaliate Against Those Who Name the Culprit
  15. Never Mind If GNU/Linux Works Better Inside Hospitals and Free Software Not Only Safer But Vastly More Efficient...
  16. Windows Ransomware Must Not be Unspeakable When People Die in Large Numbers Due to That (and Windows Has Intentional Back Doors)

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