The World Economic Forum (WEF) promotion of a Chinese ‘smart face mask’ that tracks every breath its wearer takes is further evidence that the changes to Western society over the last 12 months of Covid-19 are intended to be permanent.

Masks would be temporary – restricted to shops – and as soon as the Covid-19 threat had passed they would be dispensed with, like social distancing.

Anyone who said these measures were designed to be permanent – and were part of the global elite’s plan to keep the plebs muzzled up forever – was dismissed as a ‘crank’ and ‘a conspiracy theorist’.

Well, nine months on, and where are we? The UK government has issued a ‘road map’ for taking us out of lock down. But there’s no mention of when masks and social distancing will be dispensed with.

Could that be because there’s no intention of masks and social distancing ever being dispensed with? It certainly appears that way.

Since last July, we’ve seen the mask mandate expanded. You are now asked to wear them not just in shops, but in all indoor areas, unless exempt. Even school children have to wear them in class.

That decision was supposed to be reviewed at Easter, and, guess what, the government has just extended the school mask mandate until the summer.

In addition, football fans will be expected to wear masks when they’re finally allowed back into grounds this spring at ‘trial’ events.

Following the science’? Hardly. We shouldn’t forget that in the week that masks were first introduced last summer, deaths with Covid-19 literally reached zero, but have now spiked due to wearing these killer breathe or oxygen facilitating masks.

The BBC’s Health Correspondent Deborah Cohen asked the World Health Organization if their change of advice on masks had been due to political lobbying, and they did not deny.

Why, if masks were so important in preventing transmission, weren’t we told to wear them last March and April? In fact, government scientists advised us not to wear them.

Now, it seems not only must we wear them, but we need to get used to them being a permanent part of daily life in the ‘New Abnormal’. Got that? Masks need to stay even after Boris Johnson says ‘Lock Down is over‘.

It’s in this context that the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) enthusiastic promotion of the Chinese ‘smart face mask’ needs to be seen. It apparently reminds users when to wash it and checks if they’re wearing it properly.

If too much carbon dioxide builds up inside, a phone alert reminds the wearer to catch a few breaths of fresh air. If the user forgets to put it on, the same phone app sends them a reminder to mask up.

This is not about public health, but all about making sure that measures introduced ostensibly to stop the spread of Covid-19 become permanent. Yes, once again the much-derided ‘crackpot conspiracy theorists’ of 2020 have been proved right.

Remember how last summer, the WEF was promoting a ‘Common Pass‘ health passport scheme, not just for international travel but for access to domestic events too? It would never happen, we were told.

That’s ‘David Icke stuff’, was the condescending brush-off. Well, that too has come to pass – no pun intended.

To find out why all this is happening, all we have to do is to follow the money trail. All the way to Davos. What does the pro-permanent mask Imperial College have in common with the pro-permanent mask WEF? Answer: the pro-permanent mask Bill Gates.

Last month, Gates himself likened putting on a face mask to putting on a pair of trousers. “I just don’t think wearing a mask is such a deep inconvenience.

I mean we ask people to wear pants. You know, why was this politicized?” Back in November, he made the same comparison. But is masking up whenever we go out really the same as putting on a pair of trousers, to use the English term?

Of course it isn’t. Unless you’re Batman or The Lone Ranger, or another Saturday morning cinema superhero, or indeed a bank-robber, wearing a mask in public isn’t normal, and no amount of WEF-spin makes it so.

But what walking about with pieces of black cloth over our mouths and noses does do, is maintain the levels of fear in the community.

If cases and deaths with Covid-19 have plummeted to zero, but we want to make people live as if there is a permanent pandemic, to keep control over them, and to introduce ‘Covid-certification’ to restrict where they can and cannot go, how else can we keep Project Fear going without masks?

It’s the only way we’d know that these were not ‘normal’ times. Which is, of course, precisely why they were introduced when deaths had dwindled to very low numbers.

RT. com / ABC Flash Point Conspiracy News 2021.

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CWSutherland
CWSutherland
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13-04-21 17:29

The masks represent a symbol of compliance for the regime we find ourselves living under. Now that they have had a taste of dystopian power, they will demand more. I fear the worse is yet to come.

Blue8ball713
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13-04-21 17:30

So its kind of a American flag at your jacket. OR the opposite, a yellow jew star you have to wear.

Thonglor
Thonglor
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13-04-21 17:31

Masks are the least of my worries—after all, they make me more invisible to the ubiquitous surveillance cameras. I’m more worried about long-term side effects of the vaccines being forced on us, and the NWO’s plans to confiscate all private property, for starters.