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A beginners’ guide to Covid, Part 10: Did masks and social distancing work?


This is the final part of Paul Weston’s series of articles intended for those who have not yet heard the truth about the disaster caused by the response to the Covid non-pandemic. You can read the introduction and Part 1 here. Click on the numbers for Parts 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.

Masks: If you Google ‘peer reviewed studies masks Covid-19’ you will find approximately one gazillion highly referenced articles by scientists peering through expensive microscopes. All their studies are useless. In a non-Sovietesque world, they would have been laughed out of peer-reviewed court.

The reason is very simple. The Covid-19 virus is many times smaller than the gaps in the mesh of the most expensive and tightly woven face masks, let alone the cheap ones. This is why scientists working with dangerous pathogens/viruses in laboratories wear astronaut style suits and helmets with an independent air-supply. It is why firemen wear sealed breathing apparatus to avoid smoke inhalation. Smoke molecules, by the way, are ten-times larger than the Covid-19 Virus. It is why paint-sprayers in car repair body shops wear sealed masks with an independent air supply.

Wearing a bit of cheap cloth round your chops in the hope it will stop a virus is as ridiculously futile as attempting to snare plankton in a heavy-duty rope fishing net designed to catch ten kilo cod.

Masks do have two useful attributes. The first is that they signify, very clearly, our level of compliance. Do not for one minute think government agents were not wandering the streets and supermarkets, carefully noting the numbers wearing or not wearing masks, before reporting back the latest ‘Compliance Indicator’ to their political bosses.

The second useful attribute is that they make people ill, thus causing more fear in the community. Damp, warm, unwashed bits of cloth across your mouth and nose are ideal breeding grounds for bacteria, which are then sucked straight into your lungs. One wonders how many mask-wearers went on to suffer from bacterial pneumonia during the viral pandemic which should, as the name suggests, have caused only viral pneumonia.

Social Distancing: There is really nothing to say about this. One can only assume the enforcement of it appealed to some demonic sense of humour prevalent within our political class. Air moves around. The Covid-19 virus is transported in the air. Keeping a precise two metres from Granny in her kitchen no more protects her from an airborne virus than hoping her feet will remain dry provided we keep a sufficient distance from Granny whilst paddling in the sea.

As I say, the whole social distancing lunacy must surely have been a demonic joke. Who says politicians don’t have a sense of humour?

Conclusion: Control. It was all about and only about control. Lockdowns, masks, and social distancing were simply tyrannical theatre, designed to create fear, compliance visibility, illness, and a conditioned submissive response to political edicts. It was very powerful. Some of us refused to wear masks, but it took a degree of courage to do so, particularly for the first time.

The last four years have something of a dreamlike quality. It is still hard to accept what has been done to 99.99 per cent of the population by a handful of criminals within the political/medical/media/scientific industrial complex. But there can be no argument about the terrible sins they have committed. Their evil is contained within the facts and figures on their own data-gathering sites.

2020 was a global crime scene. There is no other way of describing it. The greatest crime came later, though, in the coerced vaccination of a brainwashed and bamboozled population with a needless gene-engineering potion as dangerous as it is useless. Everything about Covid-19 vaccines revolves around crime and fraud. And everything on Planet Covid orbits a malignant white dwarf and an ever-expanding black hole sucking all that is good and honest and decent into cosmic oblivion via the Gates of Hell.

Paul is working on further instalments of this series.

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Paul Weston
Paul Weston
Paul Weston is a political commentator, concentrating on the various factors involved in the relentless war against Western civilisation.

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