Singer Tim Douwsma was no longer allowed to perform in the spring of 2020 and has since taken every opportunity to criticize the corona policy. After a period in Portugal with like-minded people, he is now back with his new YouTube platform Univibes.
When care went towards code black in September last year and the large majority of the Netherlands did its bit to cope with the corona crisis, Tim Douwsma thought it necessary to ‘stop participating’ and to revolt against the corona policy. He refused a vaccination and called on his followers to stand up against ‘medical apartheid’.
Apparently the oracle from Friesland is still talking, because he has now even set up a foundation and a platform, which should serve as inspiration for a more beautiful world. If you click on the videos on YouTube, Tim will beg within a minute for a donation ‘to be able to set up even more great initiatives’.
Douwsma’s platform is also touted by BLCKBX, one of the largest Dutch conspiracy theory platforms on YouTube. Self-help guru and book seller Michael Pilarczyk is a guest and immediately throws in a tile of wisdom about burnout complaints and inner strength: If you really stay with yourself, you cannot possibly experience burnout, stress or inner turmoil.
Oh no! This (confused) artist @timdouwsma has started its own platform. A foundation with… you’ll never guess… a donate button. Serves as inspiration for a more beautiful world 🤢. Well Timmie the inspirator… with all those good ideas… 😏🤣 and then promote via @blckbxnews. Sweep me up! pic.twitter.com/lEHdCJ07Lc— Fenna Posthuma (@PostvanFenna) November 19, 2022
People on Twitter don’t like Douwsma’s practices:
With the antivax circus, a new era of opportunistic scammers has arrived.
[X] donate button— Thomas Nickel (@Nickelblock) November 19, 2022
Reminds me of Unibet. Only the initiator will be richer from this.— Laurens 🧢 (@ElBeeTweets) November 19, 2022
What is it with Wappen and donate buttons? Is that some kind of seal of approval?– MrFreek1977 (@MFreek1977) November 20, 2022