And that’s a nice way of putting it. Icke refers to it as “insanity.” Agreed. And very discouraging to me that, when I go out walking, or into a grocery store, more and more people are wearing masks! Not fewer and fewer, as I hoped to expect, given that the BLM “protest” (and looting and rioting) psy-op has supposedly overtaken the covid psy-op. But then, if you keep plugging into mainstream news, that IS what you’ll get: F.E.A.R. (False Evidence Appearing Real) which leads to compliance, obedience. yessir, yesmasta.
At the recent BLM protest march here in Bloomington last weekend, I was told that everybody was wearing a mask! However, in this large crowd the six-foot distance rule was NOT obeyed. Okay, so why one and not the other? You mean you’re going to beLIEve only part of the programming, or one part of the programming when it’s convenient, or when it makes a politically correct statement? Yuck.
While masks will be offered at the door to those attending tonight’s Tulsa rally, I wonder how many will wear them.
I love the fact that President Trump refuses to wear a mask.
I see recently that the California government has now made masks required in public.
Hmmm. . . Will the California public go along?
To me, David Icke’s “position” on masks is truly the only sane one to take. And if push comes to shove here in Bloomington, Indiana, I will have to be one of those who very publically refuses to wear one.
As Icke says, only if we the people continue to acquiesce, can they pull this massive psy-op off. And of course, if we comply here, there will be even more stringent requirements in the future, all heading toward the long-planned New World Order where human beings become totally mind-controlled slaves to the 1%.
If the Covid psy-op was a test run, it sure was successful! 100 countries now require or strongly recommend some form of. mask-wearing in public.
BTW: I just heard that when school children return to school in Washington state, their desks will be required to keep the six-foot distance, plus the kids must only face in a forward direction in the classroom. This means that the kids won’t be able to circle-up, and the group-think promoted by schools since the ’70s will be at least suspended. One silver-lining, I’d say. See this recent post.
Here’s Icke. Great story to start his video about getting on a ferry as the only passenger at 1 minute to midnight before the new rule on mask wearing on public transport went into effect. The man is fearless.
Step up to the plate, folks. Fearlessness is now required, if we wish to salvage both our sanity and our humanity.