Face masks? Thanks, but no, thanks, the Swedes say

Swedish bankers can breathe easier: their country’s public health agency said there exists no scientific evidence that face masks prevent spread of diseases, and the city of Halmstad proceeded forthwith to prohibit their use and similar PPE (personal protective equipment) in its schools.

Why the bankers? Because (as those movies about banks and robbers show quite convincingly) the villains almost always cover their faces with face masks to make sure nobody can recognize them.

In this case, the Swedish public health agency upset the European Union applecart. Here’s the most interesting part: the most virulent attacks on the Swedes come from such known experts such associate lecturers on economics in small-time colleges and assistant lecturers on government policies at similar establishments.

So far as the Swedes are concerned, however, personal protective equipment creates more health hazards than is acceptable, and many more than it shields people from.

The PPE has been defined thus: equipment worn to minimize exposure to hazards that cause serious workplace injuries and illnesses. These injuries and illnesses may result from contact with chemical, radiological, physical, electrical, mechanical, or other workplace hazards. It includes protective clothing, helmets, goggles, or other garments or equipment designed to protect the wearer’s body from injury or infection. The hazards addressed by protective equipment include physical, electrical, heat, chemicals, biohazards, and airborne particulate matter.

Not worth the price

Of course, the current get-rich-quick artists who produce face masks and vaccines have, in fact, openly admitted theirs is a fly-by-night enterprise rather than honest business.

For example: American economist Martin Armstrong, he of the Armstrong Economics fame, bought a box of face masks from Amazon. It included a label that said that the product inside does not prevent diseases. Armstrong commented in his sarcastic way: “So obviously, if you get corona and wore even two masks to bed at night, and a condom just in case you might get AIDS while sleeping alone, you have no legal case to sue the mask manufacturer for a faulty product.”

And, of course, vaccine manufacturers have managed to negotiate for themselves an exclusion of responsibility if their product is inserted into somebody’s body and there are side effects, starting from simple rash, going all the way to involuntary passing.

History tells us face masks didn’t work during the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918, either. There were 1.8 billion inhabitants on our planet then (if we believe the imprecise census methods of the time, as well as wildly fluctuating numbers of World War One casualties). The 1918 pandemic infected about 500 million people around the world, killing 50 to 199 million. Again, nobody in their right mind can claim that these figures are precise. They are based, after all, on calculations we have no way of confirming or denying. But, if we accept them for the sake of argument, this would be three to five per cent of the world’s population at the time. Since then, it has been described as one of the deadliest natural disasters in human history.

It could be, it didn’t necessarily have to be.

It took us about two millennia to reach the coveted two billion people goal. It would take us less than a century to more than triple that number.

That’s what clicked in William Henry Gates III’s mind. Born as a son of a prominent Malthusian and a follower of this faith (it’s not a theory, for theories require proof), the expert virologist, epidemiologist and public health professional, hopped on his horse. So many people? That’s present danger to our environment, climate, in particular, and something must be done about it.

Nobody can blame young Gates for idleness.

Thorough Germans

The German government has just decided to accept and implement a new social program. It is known as Agenda ID2020.

Guess: whose design is it? None other than the infamous eugenicist William Henry Gates III.

Who is an eugenicist? Someone who believes in the concept of eugenics. And what is the concept of eugenics? A set of beliefs and practices with one goal: to improve the genetic quality of human population. How? The old definition, trying to make the belief acceptable, says that the idea is to exclude people and groups that are considered (by whom, pray?) inferior, and, on the other hand, promote those considered (again: by whom, pray?) superior. Nothing new, really: good old Plato spoke about selective breeding among humans around 400 B.C.

The idea of the new program is simple: centralize general electronic data collection that will profile every citizen in Germany and, while they’re at it, grant complete access to every government agency, include the police.

The program will include some 200 points of information, and possibly more as time goes on. Like what? Like people’s bank accounts, shopping habits, health records, including vaccination records, political inclinations, and dating habits, too.

Gates helped develop this as part of his “vaccination package.”

The program is backed by the Rockefeller Foundation, Accenture, the World Economic Forum (WEF), and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI). One of its publicly stated goals: inject every human being with microchips that can be remote-accessed using 5G and, later, 6G technologies.

Private partners are helping, also. Especially such Big Pharma names as Merck & Co., GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Johnson & Johnson (J&J). The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is on the list of keen helpers, too.

Anyone who is still not aware of all this ought to have their eyes and nears checked: proponents of these programs are cynically open about their objectives.

Anyone who still believes that all of the current hysteria about face masks, new virus waves, and whatnot is about health, and health alone, is helping those committing the most modern and unspeakable crimes against humanity, and should be judged as such.

I didn’t know isn’t an excuse. Neither is I was acting in good faith. Or I was acting under orders.

But, in any case, shame on Germany and three cheers for the Swedes.

Schande an Deutschland and Heja, heja Sverige!

One thought on “Face masks? Thanks, but no, thanks, the Swedes say

  1. Osvaldo Schaefers April 29, 2022 at 20:42 Reply

    Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you writing this post and also the rest of the website is extremely good.


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