Imagine if, in the 1960’s, when Rosa Parks was told to give up her bus seat for a white man, and she said “no”, that the response from woke mob on Twitter (or whatever the 60’s equivalent would have been) was “it’s a private company, it can do what it wants”, and defended the bus driver forcing her to move seats, to be removed/banned from the bus, or to be manhandled and arrested.
Because this is the reality that people who don’t wear masks face today — discrimination simply for being who and what we are, and punishment for not complying with prejudiced rules that violate our own terms of service. But if a private company can make and enforce its own rules, then so can a private individual.
I am the one who decides what goes on and in my body, and it’s as simple as that. “No” is a complete sentence, and does not require explanation. I should not need a medical certificate from a doctor to allow an exemption, which is another form of subtle discrimination. Making up my own mind, exercising my own free will, really is good enough.
In general I avoid discussion or any kind of interaction with mask-wearers, but one did ask nicely why I don’t wear a mask… “freedom…?” he ventured, as if freedom were some quaint thing and not the very foundation this country was built upon.
It actually does go deeper than that. Yes, freedom of mind and choice is important, but that isn’t my primary motivation for not wearing one. I’m not making a simple statement of teenage rebellion here.
Personal integrity is the reason I’m not wearing one.
See, if you know something is bullshit, and you still go along with it — what kind of person does that make you? How do you live with yourself?
That’s why I’m not wearing a mask, and why I’m not getting a vaccine. Because I don’t go along with bullshit. This is something I promised myself a long time ago, because I had to go along with a lot of bullshit when I was a kid. But I’m an adult now, I can think for myself and make my own decisions, and I can say NO to bullshit.
I don’t know why I know what I know, or why I am in the tiny minority who knows what we know. It doesn’t make me happy to know it. But it is what it is: the pandemic is bullshit, and either you know it or you don’t. That goes for masks and vaccines, too. There is an end that the masses of sheeple are being corralled to with all this social engineering, and some day it will all be revealed for the bullshit it is. Which is why I’m not going along with it now. It’s happened to me too many other times in my life when I have known something and yet I was gaslighted into going along with it, and then ten years later the truth finally came out and my initial intuition was proven correct. I don’t need to go through that again, and it almost gives me a strange sense of gratitude for these painful early life lessons, because it helped me prepare to deal with the massive scale global bullshit that’s being pulled today.
We could argue all day about whether masks “work” or not, but the truth is, it doesn’t matter, because they’re not there to keep people healthy. They exist to keep people submissive and in fear. But what are rules without people who enforce them? You see how much they care about well-being and safety as they use the mask mandate like a club to beat people over the head with.
The mass psychological operation of the past year has brought out the best and worst of humanity. I have known for a long time that most people are fake, so I withdrew my participation from almost everything long ago, and it really doesn’t affect my life at all that almost everything is shut down, though it’s a bizarre and often non-sensical spectacle, and I do feel sorry for people who are losing everything to it.
Still, I have to participate in the system for the most basic necessities, like food, shelter, and clothing, and that has become extremely difficult to do now due to discrimination. But these things — food, shelter, clothing — are indisputable needs for survival; masks and vaccines are not. Yet, unsurprisingly, in backwards upside-down world, this has become switched around too.
Where do we go from here? The truth is, I don’t want to be in the mask-wearing, fake-health, fake-food, fake-love, fake-happy society any more than they want me there. All of this mask wearing is doing something to people’s minds and souls (if they have them), not just their bodies. They are being molded into a different type of human. And I know it’s not what I want to be, or be around.
Still, I wouldn’t stand in the way of any of anyone trying to meet their basic human needs of food, shelter, etc. And that’s ultimately where we’re different. They’ve got to put on a mask to look like a good, compassionate person. Whereas I actually am one.
The times we are living in now are basically just a huge spiritual test, and we are all discovering who and what we really are inside. Something that even wearing a mask is not going to hide.