Wearing a mask you know is ineffective to either prevent you or prevent others from getting sick, and insisting everyone else does as well, that qualifies as a psychosis or mental illness, regardless of how many people do it. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:
How do we cure Sickness Psychosis?
We don’t. But each of us can act individually- and that becomes a compounding and cumulative thing of eventually great power, in the manner of rain drops becoming rivulets becoming creeks and streams, then mighty torrents.
As an individual, I refuse to play Sickness Kabuki. I have never once worn a Face Diaper and have ignored all the “lockdown” decrees issued by the Gesundheitsfuhrer of my state.
By myself, it’s not much. One person out of a supermarket-full of the Faceless presents the spectacle of a curious heretic to the Faithful, who remain secure in their Faith – in the manner of everyone at a Hare Krishna gathering wearing the same saffron robes. The robe-wearers appear to be the “normal” ones, as far as they can see.
But if even a third of the rest of the people in my area or yours refuse to wear the Holy Vestment of the Sickness Cult then it would not appear normal. Those wearing the Holy Vestment would look like the small group of Krishnas you used to see at airports – i.e., obvious weirdos to be avoided.
The “lockdowns” and Sickness Kabuki – including the locking up of elderly people – would end within a week.
If even a third – perhaps it would only take a fourth – of small businesses had defied the Gesundheitsfuhrer orders that they shutter their businesses the only businesses that would now be out of business would be those that freely chose to close their doors – and that would be on them, economic suicide being as much their right as personal hari-kari.
But they would not have enabled the economic murder of the businesses that wanted to live.
Conformity is the killer. It is the thing which tyranny requires before it becomes inescapable.