The Psychological Effect of Face Masks: Fear, Compliance & Social Control

Published May 23, 2022 768 Views

Face masks are perpetuators of fear, because they scream that one of us, or maybe both of us, are biohazards. They also easily allow people to be identified, so people can tell who's following the rules and who isn’t, so masks harness peer pressure and scapegoating. Also, because of the ego nudge about equating following the rules with being a good, virtuous person, and the flip side of that is you’re a bad person if you don’t follow the rules. Masks make it so easy to distinguish the ‘good guys’ from the ‘bad guys’. So masks are a really potent compliance device.


Big Question: Should face masks stay forever or not?

Dr. Mike Yeadon speaking with Del Bigtree:

Keynote Address- Laurie Garrett

Gavin Morgan

SPI-B (SAGE Sub Group)

A State of Fear: How the UK government weaponised fear during the Covid-19 pandemic

UK Official Admits Masks Are For Social Control:

New Zealand Ministry of Health OIR response:

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