In the stroke of a pen, mandatory face mask legislation irrationally increased fear in the uninformed population by ten-fold. Face masks will do more damage than lockdown because of the unconsidered belief they are a free ride. No. Facemasks dramatically increase fear and mistrust, and will always be accompanied by restrictions on travel, gatherings, socializing, entertainment and more. The economy will never recover with people smothered in a mask and afraid to go out. Wear a mask if you want your neighbour to lose his job. Wear a face mask if you are selfish.
As the British Medical Journal says: Before implementing clinical and public health interventions, one must actively hypothesize and describe potential side effects and only then decide whether they are worth being quantified on not. …Face masks make breathing more difficult. For people with COPD, face masks are in fact intolerable to wear as they worsen their breathlessness. Moreover, a fraction of carbon dioxide previously exhaled is inhaled at each respiratory cycle. Those two phenomena increase breathing frequency and deepness… And an article in the Canadian Medical Journal says: The surgical mask is a bad fit for risk reduction.
Losing Your Home? Relax, you may be able to share it with other homeless people…
Don’t worry if you lose your home or your hotel business. The federal government plans to spend $1 billion buying up properties forced into sale because of anti-Covid measures, and will use them for housing the newly homeless (Nat. Post 22 Sept. 2020) “What can we do to stop this voluntary suicide of western civilisation?” asked Nobel Laureate Professor Michael Levitt of Stanford University at the end of August.
In a terrifying show of crowd psychology, berserk governments are destroying their countries to extend the lives of a very few people for a few months. The cause of this madness is the WHO/ UK’s Imperial College March 19 Report. That its assumptions have been shown to be wrong is having no effect on headlong suicidal policies being pursued.
Read its fine print. “Suppression…carries with it enormous social and economic costs which may themselves have significant impact on health and well-being in the short and longer-term.” “We do not consider the ethical or economic implications of either strategy [mitigation or suppression] here…” * And by the way, WHAT IS the mortality rate??