All For Nothing

Via Insty, I see that the whole mask-erade of covering our lower faces in cloth/paper condoms was an exercise in futility:

New findings reported Tuesday in a University of Louisville study challenge what has been the prevailing belief that mask mandates are necessary to slow the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus. The study notes that “80% of US states mandated masks during the COVID-19 pandemic” and while “mandates induced greater mask compliance, [they] did not predict lower growth rates when community spread was low (minima) or high (maxima).” Among other things, the study—conducted using data from the CDC covering multiple seasons—reports that “mask mandates and use are not associated with lower SARS-CoV-2 spread among US states.”

So… just another load of feelgood bollocks, giving governments, nanny corporations and similar filth the chance to boss us around and, yes, punish us for not doing what they tell us.

Next:  the TSA.


  1. I await your analysis of the Worthless Security Theater, or to be bilingual about it, in the only other language that exists in America, Spanish, (TSA) Teatro De la Seguridad Del Absurdo.

  2. Masks (aka ‘face-masks’) are worse than worthless.

    As innumerable videos show, they are crafted in ThirdWorld homes as cottage-industries.
    Zero-zero-zero sanitation by makers with no access to running water or soap.
    They are manufactured of unknown material in a shed/barn environment with chickens scratching.
    The completed products are piled in corners, stray dogs use them as bedding.
    Dust, pollen, fleas, mites, lice.

    As boxes become available, children pick through the piles of completed products for the ‘cleanest’, then package the masks for transport to your grocery and department store.
    It gets worse.
    The felt-type cloth constantly sheds micro-fibers.
    Those micro-fibers are inhaled, embedding deep in the soft tissues of the lungs.

    Mesothelioma (“Call now! Lawyers are standing by!”) is caused by inhaled micro-fibers.
    Asbestos is one source, but the type of fiber is irrelevant.
    Asbestos sickened a few thousand.
    Cloth masks are sickening billions.

    Fauci, gates, pelosi, et al.
    Will burn for eternity.

  3. The masks were useless and it was easily illustrated why.

    1) There was no standard set up for masks to have a specific thread density to prevent organisms from getting through.

    2) none of the masks prevent viruses

    3) In order to be effective, N95 and other respirators need to be fit tested. This was not done for many healthcare workers let alone the general population.

    4) All the masks were marked for single use yet even in the healthcare industry, they said keep reusing the same old mask.

    5) even in the Operating room, masks are used and discarded between cases or when you leave the OR restricted area. When I was there, I can’t tell how many masks I went through a day.

    The masks was just healthcare theater just as the Touchin’ Squeezin’ ‘Arrassing TSA is just security theater. Time for all that nonsense to get tossed out in the ash heap where it belongs. Toss the Karens and other petty tyrants onto the ash heap as well


  4. The mandates are mostly gone but lots of lunatics are still wearing them. I never knew the magnitude of mental illness before this. I think a lot of maskers believe the masks protect them which is something that the mandate people never claimed.

  5. Wearing masks may not have worked for Covid, but over here the decrease in flu infections has been remarkable.

    1. Back before it got politicized, CDC said they were useless for flu. Probably a reporting issue. If you report all flu as COVID, flu appears to to away.

  6. Back around 2009, or so, Fauci at NIH had a paper that detailed how they crunched the numbers from all the data collected from the 1918-20 Spanish flu, and concluded that a majority of deaths were from bacterial infections of the airways.
    Then, in 2017, another of Fauci’s papers concludes that the mandated masks were responsible for a significant number of those bacterial infections, since they would trap bacteria, were they would grow and continue to coat the airways. They were all cloth then, I think.

    Which is why he first stated that masks would not work for the virus, but later changed his mind, or someone changed it for him, perhaps.
    That ’17 paper seems to have gone walkabout at the NIH, for obvious reasons, although there are copies out there, somewhere.

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