COVID-19 Masks are only for the Servant class.

SwordOfStCatherine

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While I believe that conspiracies have happened (9/11, Pearl Harbor, etc) I am cautious about believing them and have been agnostic on issues to do with Covid, however the below describes a phenomena which has been disturbing me. In things like the Met Gala and Obama's birthday the servants (I know people no longer like using that word and prefer to say "staff") were all masked up while as the "great and good" were not. It is almost as if they are deliberately mocking the majority of the population. I have noticed also that some people see obedience to the rules laid down by the State around Covid as a general test of people's loyalty to Officialdom, something they regard as extremely important.

 

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Obama's birthday the servants (I know people no longer like using that word and prefer to say "staff") were all masked up while as the "great and good" were not. It is almost as if they are deliberately mocking the majority of the p
Staff can be composed of scullery maids and menservants.
Today, a mask would be part of their proper normal uniform at work.
Provided staff are all correctly attired there is no discrimination.
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gerhard dengler

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The issue here is that by staff wearing masks, businesses are showing that they have taken steps to try to protect customers and staff alike from getting infected.

This is why businesses - especially hospitality businesses - have staff wearing masks.
 

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While I believe that conspiracies have happened (9/11, Pearl Harbor, etc) I am cautious about believing them and have been agnostic on issues to do with Covid, however the below describes a phenomena which has been disturbing me. In things like the Met Gala and Obama's birthday the servants (I know people no longer like using that word and prefer to say "staff") were all masked up while as the "great and good" were not. It is almost as if they are deliberately mocking the majority of the population. I have noticed also that some people see obedience to the rules laid down by the State around Covid as a general test of people's loyalty to Officialdom, something they regard as extremely important.

From a Scientific perspective trying to filter out a nanoscale particle using a microscale filter material is akin to trying to use a chain link fence to try and stop mosquitoes. There are enough real studies out there to prove this point repeatedly. In addition, masks are filthy bacterial and fungal growth factories, hence the increase in bacterial pneumonias. O'h I forgot; that would be the coof. Sher, isn't everything!?

So yes, for those in power, as has been demonstrated persistently (in an Irish context cue golfgate, etc, and globally, well I have lost count on that front) masks are merely a visual signal to show who are the cattle. When the cameras are off the fear porn merchants and control freaks seem to have a very nonchalant attitude to those rules and controls that they virtue signal incessantly.

Objection to masks are not the hill to die on though. Let them play their games. I find in situations where one has no choice, wearing one badly or with small punch holes is a good way to say FU. šŸ˜€ Besides, if we are all wearing masks, we all look the same to them. Good. Ninjas šŸ„· will be making a comeback šŸ˜€

What is important though is constantly reminding everyone and showing them these inconsistencies with apparrently the great and the good.

Plus, we all know well how much the global elite types love pomp and visual representation of their power. So no it is not conspiracy.
 

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The issue here is that by staff wearing masks, businesses are showing that they have taken steps to try to protect customers and staff alike from getting infected.

This is why businesses - especially hospitality businesses - have staff wearing masks.

A colleague and family visited a restaurant and were asked for proof of vaccination. The manager could not provide evidence she or her staff were vaccinated, but said they were. It seemed reasonable to have a noticeboard identifying the members of staff with snapshot of their proof, but none was provided, so the colleague and family left before ordering food.
 

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The issue here is that by staff wearing masks, businesses are showing that they have taken steps to try to protect customers and staff alike from getting infected.

This is why businesses - especially hospitality businesses - have staff wearing masks.
But they also serve to create a psychological barrier between staff and customers and, to be frank, make them look stupid.

How is business anyway?
 

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Why do you not moan about catering staff having to wear hear nets or people wearing gloves while handling stuff !!!!!
 

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While I believe that conspiracies have happened (9/11, Pearl Harbor, etc) I am cautious about believing them and have been agnostic on issues to do with Covid, however the below describes a phenomena which has been disturbing me. In things like the Met Gala and Obama's birthday the servants (I know people no longer like using that word and prefer to say "staff") were all masked up while as the "great and good" were not. It is almost as if they are deliberately mocking the majority of the population. I have noticed also that some people see obedience to the rules laid down by the State around Covid as a general test of people's loyalty to Officialdom, something they regard as extremely important.

It's pretty much like the elite Capitol families from the 'Hunger Games'

They live by a different set of rules.
 

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Because they do not dehumanise individuals in the way that masks do.
But...They are your words. By saying masks dehumanize people does not make it so. How come people do not say the same think regarding people wearing scarfs in the winter. Within a period of time, people will not wear masks .
 

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But they also serve to create a psychological barrier between staff and customers and, to be frank, make them look stupid.

How is business anyway?

If a case of infection gets traced to a hospitality business which is not shown to be protecting customers/staff,that business leaves itself wide open to being sued.

In many cases negligence comes down to stupidity
 

The Field Marshal

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From a Scientific perspective trying to filter out a nanoscale particle using a microscale filter material is akin to trying to use a chain link fence to try and stop mosquitoes. There are enough real studies out there to prove this point repeatedly.
INCORRECT
The nano particle virus contained in exhaled aerosol are blocked by correct masking.
Exhaled human aerosol is not nanoscale.
Surgeons have been wearing masks for decades for a very good reason.

The claim that masks do not reduce aerborne viral infection has no accepted scientific basis.

 

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