We may never figure out why so many people are attached to face diapers with meshes far larger than the virus they purportedly stop, and the social pressure brought to bear on healthy people who don’t wear them. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:
One of the strangest things about the disease plaguing America – sickness psychosis, not the WufFlu – is not the wearing of literal Diapers on one’s face as well as their equivalents (e.g., an old bandana or a “mask” that the box it came in warns is useless) as a mechanism to protect the wearer from becoming sick.
It is the Diapering of the not-sick.
Of course, the Sickness Psychotic will erupt in outrage and say that broken legs aren’t communicable!
True, but neither is a virus you haven’t got.
Then they fall back on, “But you might be sick!” – i.e, the apparently healthy, with no signs of sickness – such as symptoms – must be presumed sick, perpetually.
This isn’t strange.
It is evil.
No different an evil, in its essence, than presuming Jews are evil, for instance. That blacks are criminal. That women are sluts. That we are all “trrists” – and drunks and drug addicts, too.
It is a recipe for societal sickness. Paranoia – and its corollary, fear – enshrined as the basis of a state of perpetual psychosis.
It is also the doctrine that will be used as the basis for pushing the pending Needling on people since the only way to “be sure you’re not getting people sick” is by inoculating them against the sickness.
That way, they can’t get it – or give it.
Except, of course, they can – plus more.