The masses, in their quest for ‘safety’, blindly comply with a mandate to wear a face mask.
They do so without question, adhering to the guidelines set forth by their leaders. The streets are filled with faces hidden behind a uniform veil of cloth, a sea of conformity in the name of ‘public health‘.
Yet, these same masses are quick to cast aspersions on the followers of a notorious personality cult, accusing them of blind obedience.
They point to the personality cult’s uniform attire, their unquestioning acceptance of their leader’s commands, and their willingness to surrender personal freedoms for the promise of a greater good.
The parallels are striking.
The irony is palpable.
Additionally, surgical masks do not stop ‘viruses‘ and have no benefit other than providing, perhaps, a false sense of security.