ONE of the strangest aspects of the Covid narrative has been the gullibility of millions of people who have fallen for the delusion that masks are a protection against virus infection.
It’s been said many times, but seeing people sitting down in a cafe or restaurant unmasked then putting on a mask to stand up leads those of us of sound mind to pinch ourselves to verify that this is really happening. Of course the emphasis on masks is part of the government’s strategy to hoodwink the population into believing that there is a threat all around us.
2020 saw the creation of 40 billionaires on the back of Covid, concrete evidence that whilst millions of people the world over are suffering, losing their livelihoods and dying – not to mention being frightened into obedience and conformity – the wealthiest are enjoying the sunlit uplands of increasing prosperity.
To illustrate that the Covid income stream has no bounds, there is now a medically recognised affliction called ‘maskne’, occurring as the direct result of wearing a mask for extended periods, for which companies are queueing up to sell treatments.
Previously, the term ‘acne mechanica’ was sometimes used to describe acne due to friction and pressure on the skin, such as from wearing a mask. However, the term ‘maskne’ now encompasses several skin conditions that wearing a face mask can cause, including:
- Acne: If the pores become clogged with dirt, dead skin cells, and oil, acne can develop in individuals of all ages. It is a painful skin condition that can cause blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, and cysts.
- Rosacea: This widespread skin condition results in redness, swelling and acne-like breakouts.
- Folliculitis: an infection of the hair follicles. It causes bumps that may resemble acne, which can also be itchy and painful.
- Atopic dermatitis: The most common type of eczema. People will typically experience patches of dry, itchy skin that may crack, bleed, or become infected.
- Contact dermatitis: If an individual is sensitive to the mask’s material, they may develop contact dermatitis. This is another type of eczema and may cause irritation and blistering.
- Seborrheic dermatitis: An inflammatory skin condition that can cause red, flaky, itchy skin.
- Perioral dermatitis: A skin condition that causes a rash around the mouth.
These conditions can become serious and whilst the commonsense remedy (not to say ‘cure’) is simply not to wear a face covering, in the age of Covid this, as you would expect, is not an option. No, the pharmaceutical firms are once again rubbing their hands as they point you to treatments that you can buy: creams, tablets, lotions and all manner of medications.
And whilst your treatments are doing their best to counter the continued cause of your ailment you can fall back on cosmetics. Well-known names such as Estee Lauder haven’t been slow to push their serum, moisturiser, foundation and powder to help cover up the damaging effects of wearing masks.
Clearly, face coverings and their detrimental effects are huge profit centres for the whole Covid business community which seeks to exploit every nook and cranny available to them. The irony here is that the external dangers of wearing masks do not give any indication of the damage that is occurring to the teeth, throat, the respiratory system and much else internally. A great deal has been written about this by those who are qualified to do so.
I’m intrigued to know how any self-respecting GP, who clearly knows what is going on and who is aware of the blindingly obvious solution to maskne – ‘Take off your mask and throw it in the bin’ – can prescribe creams, medications and antibiotics as an ongoing treatment. How do they square this with their conscience? But like all else to do with Covid, everything is upside down: good is bad and bad is good and by stating the obvious commonsense, intelligent, healthy and life affirming approach this puts you in a minority and at loggerheads with those pushing the covid narrative. Maskne: who would have believed it? A Covid spin-off with a simple cure but in the absence of such is making millions for vested interests.