by Travis Mateer
The wearing of a mask is one of the most surreal aspects of this pandemic-trigger for technocratic control of human populations, and also one of the most brilliant.
It doesn’t matter that Fauci began this pandemic stating masks were not necessary. THAT was a benevolent lie because benevolent Fauci wanted to make sure frontline health care workers had enough PPE.
And it doesn’t matter that wearing a mask is about as effective at stopping tiny bits of virus as a chainlink fence is at stopping sand from passing through. Why should it matter? There’s a mandate, the experts say it’s necessary, and for many people, that’s all that’s needed for them to comply.
If someone exhibits wrong-think on this topic, like I did recently, then be prepared for someone like Pete Talbot to come along to say shit like this:
I didn’t respond to this concern-trolling comment immediately because it’s a trap.
Any response that isn’t me genuflecting to Pete’s tragedy will be seized upon as proof that I’m just an asshole trying to be edgy with my “ANTI-MASK and ANTI-HEALTH BOARD posts”.
When I did finally respond it was the “dudes-measuring-their-dicks” routine, but instead of an obvious stand-in for sad, little penises, like a truck or record collection or something, we’re using tragedies, and we’re using them like it’s a fucking poker game: I see your dead friend from Covid and raise you TWO dead homeless men.
Maybe I shouldn’t have said anything because THIS IS NOT some fucking game where the person who can out-tragedy the other person wins the sympathies of the audience. It’s much more serious than that, but people who don’t take matters of the spirit seriously don’t seem capable of seeing what’s happening.
What’s happening is a level of divide and conquer we have never seen before, and it’s coming from a deeply anti-human agenda, with new “woke spokes” spinning the same old tired wheels of social engineering and eugenics.
I wouldn’t normally link to a Huffington Post article, but the guest writer of this piece is a slinger of coffee in Montana, and her story is truly heartbreaking, regardless of what you think about masks. It’s heartbreaking because it’s a stark example of how humans are being turned against each other all across the country.
I strongly recommend reading the whole article, but here’s a taste of what I’m talking about:
As the months wore on, morale behind the counter fell palpably lower. We grew tense and quick to snap. Instead of my calmly explaining the mask policy each time, my fuse was instantly lit. A maskless customer would approach the counter and I’d thrust a mask at them before greeting them. I didn’t mean to. It just happened.
“You need to wear a mask in here,” I’d say, aware of my acidic tone but unable to soften it. If they as much as started to contradict me, I’d repeat what I said but louder. It was the opposite of my formerly friendly customer-service self. I wasn’t looking for a fight, but I felt like I was having a fight pushed at me every time someone continued to argue.
My understanding of our customers changed. Each time they walked in bare-faced despite our mask mandate signs, my heart sank. Some of the people I’d been friendly with for years seemed to hold no respect not only for our policies but for our health and safety behind the counter.
When I read this article I got angry, not at ANTI-MASKERS and MASK ENFORCERS, but at the sociopath architects of these micro-breakdowns in human connection.
But to point THAT out is enough to get me the conspiracy label, and thanks to the Q-ussurrection, that label is quickly morphing into DOMESTIC TERRORIST terrain, and will get a new round of Federal legislation in order to target this NEW THREAT from the Pappy of the Patriot Act, President Joe.
We live in strange, maddening times.
The good news is, as the anti-human agenda becomes more obvious, the steps we can take to resist will ALSO become more obvious.
A few months ago I was in Spokane at a thrift shop and, like I often do, I was taking the opportunity at the checkout counter to speak honestly with fellow humans about what we’re up against.
Both of my fellow humans were sympathetic to what I was saying, and the woman behind the plexiglass of our NEW NORMAL asked if she could give me a hug. I said YES and she came around the counter and gave me a hug. It was beautiful, and just what I needed.
Next week the podcast interview I’ll be posting is with Alison McDowell, an amazing woman who spent two hours with this newbie podcaster in conversation about one possible future for our Zoom Town and, really, the entire global population of humans now falling under the shadow of technocrats.
Alison understands, better than most, what we’re up against. Check out her blog Wrench in the Gears for more information on concepts like human impact markets and the gamification of debt, trauma and poverty.
And stay tuned here for more local scrutiny on how our illuminated braintrust is continuing to exploit this pandemic, like a quarter million dollars in TIF loot for cop showers.
That’s a quick turnaround from a braintrust that, just last summer, was busy performing their concern for the DEFUND THE POLICE movement.
So stay tuned…
How much bourbon did Pete consume before or after that comment? Sometimes if you drink a lot the night before, you’ll still feel the effects the morning after. His comment was around 9 AM. Of course, if you discuss Pete’s alcohol use, he will threaten to sue you. These are empty threats. I feel sorry for Pete more than anything. Imagine being the age he is, but holding so much anger in your heart.
It’s interesting that Pete mentions his theatre friend, someone that was 71-years-old. That’s around the life expectancy for men in this country. How old was this person supposed to live to? Would 75 be enough, maybe 80? Perhaps if he would have made it to 90, he would have accomplished enough. It’s interesting that he wasn’t able to accomplish it in the first 70 years. But perhaps he did. Pete calls him a “leader” in the theatre community. Could it be that Pete’s reflecting on his own life more than his friend’s, realizing how much that man did and how little he has? One of the pernicious truths of the Baby Boomer generation is that they can never have enough, though…can never leave the stage. Is it any surprise that happiness alludes them as well?
Pete could be happy, but he chooses not to be. His party won big time this year nationally, but that’s not good enough. Having the presidency isn’t good enough for Democrats in Congress, either. They must destroy the opposition, totally obliterate it and salt the earth so it never returns. They’re quite full of themselves, and as often happens in such cases, it will blow back on them, spectacularly so. “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.”
For our sakes here in the Treasure State, we’re lucky the GOP ran the board. This way Pete has something to direct his anger to, though as we saw from his comment, it’s not enough. It’s never enough. Pete will be back for his hit-and-run comments on this site from time to time, but he’ll never afford you the same opportunity at his site. He’s afraid of your voice, and others of opposition. He’ll pretend he’s not, parading around with his chest out and his puffed-up words, but actions speak loud. Democrats in Montana are scared, and they cannot allow a free discourse of ideas. Is it any wonder their graves keep getting deeper, their charlatans lash out more and more?
The sad part is that I’m betting that Pete’s friend was wearing a mask when he got sick.
The masks aren’t even slowing down the spread.
Now the new excuse is that there’s a ‘new’ strain – which is going to be the reasoning if the current vaccines are not effective.