Dear reader, don’t wear a mask. I just feel I should get this out there now.
Masks are not only useless against the flu commonly referred to as Covid-19, they are positively disgusting to wear. Most people who wear them are wearing single-use masks repeatedly, and those who wear the reusable masks do not clean them regularly enough.
Further, pretty much everyone repeatedly manhandles them, thus potentially contaminating their hands, and then everywhere they touch. So stop it: stop wearing the stupid mask, it’s not protecting you or anyone else from Covid.
What I object to the most about the mask (apart from the germs and the compromised breathing) is how it dehumanises us. Which is not no doubt what The Enemy and The Government want – to turn us into compliant, faceless little drones going around wearing utterly useless masks. If they will go along with this, Matt Hancock must think, they will go along with pretty much anything.
Remember it was only a few weeks before the first outbreak of authoritarianism that the Chief Medical Officer was telling us in no uncertain terms to not wear a mask.
I truly believe the only reason they changed their mind was to test the intelligence and resolve of the public. By the looks of the high street the answer is that the public are sorely lacking in both.
I know most readers of this website have genuine resolve and plenty of intelligence. But for anyone else out there, take your mask of submission off. The government are taking the mick out of you – do you get that? They are taking you for a fool or worse, a collaborator in this authoritarian Covid-Fascist regime.
Believe me, people, when all this is over, and good triumphs over evil (and any second lockdown would be evil) those who went along with this fascism will be remembered, as will those who resisted.
Those who hysterically called for a ruinous lockdown will be exposed as the cowards and collaborators that they are. So, stop collaborating and take off the facemask. Do not tell me you have to do this ‘because the Government told me so’. You might as well say ‘I was just following orders’.