I make no secret of the fact that I have nothing against wearing non-medical mouth and nose caps.
It is my right of free speech to look at this measure from a different angle. In this post, I share with you what I see happening in our society. I write from love and as always, “don’t believe me, investigate for yourself.
For the record:
I am in no way denying corona with this post, I keep my own distance in public places and I take the situation in healthcare very seriously and this post is not putting anyone at risk. On the contrary. I just want to talk to you about one measure. Namely, the wearing of non-medical mouth masks. The effect of non-medical mouth masks as a measure against corona has not been scientifically proven. Nobody knows if it works. There are speculations that the carry requirement is inhibiting, but that’s about it.
(An article in PNAS was heavily criticized by scientists).
Mouth guard rule under discussion
It strikes me that when people question things like the mouth guard measure, concerned healthcare workers immediately pop up. Understandable, the care is overloaded. Because of the cutbacks of the Rutte government in recent years, our health care system cannot withstand a long-term overload. I want to stress that I care. This is separate from measures such as curfews and mouth guards.
Because if measures don’t work they don’t help care in any way. Kuipers already indicated that the curfew didn’t work. It has had no effect on hospital admissions he indicated. They will now do anything in the media to nuance his claims, they will have experts give counterstatements, start throwing figures around etc., but the man has said what he said: “The curfew had no effect on hospital admissions. It was an uncontrolled experiment.” There is a very good chance that the same will be true of the mouth guard requirement.
Mouthguards are seen in critical circles as part of a global behavioral experiment.
It is about people learning to listen to the governments of the various countries involved.
Sound like a conspiracy?
Then dive into the plans of the World Economic Forum (WEF) to the year 2030.
The current government of the Netherlands is an enthusiastic disciple in this.
From America to China and from Germany to Australia, people are enthusiastically participating in this plan. With cries like:
“Building back better.”
“You will own nothing and be happy”
We are heading towards a China-like society if the WEF has its way. Members of the WEF network openly see the corona outbreak as an excellent opportunity to bring about a major economic reset. And abuse the corona situation to push their agenda.
People have to stay indoors, stay away from each other and are given a digital passport that separates good citizens from bad ones. Nothing conspiratorial about it. Read the book ‘Covid and the great reset’ by WEF foreman Klaus Schwab and you will know enough.
The mouth guard requirement is an important tool in this agenda. Just like keeping the catering industry and shops closed for as long as possible and the vaccination passport. And it can be done differently. A friend of mine is in Sweden right now. Hardly anyone there has a mouth mask on. The restaurants and shops have remained open as usual.
The curve is very similar to here in the Netherlands.
People just keep their distance and wait for covid-19 to wear off. Of course there is India, but that country cannot be compared to the Netherlands. I have been there many times and the numbers of people on the streets and in public places, as well as the quality of care is beyond compare. Nor are we at all sure that this is an outbreak of the coronavirus. But that’s a conspiracy theory
The figures we get about India come mainly from John Hopkins University. This party was involved in Event 201 and is considered extremely unreliable in critical circles.
Back to the Netherlands. Jaap van Dissel himself said earlier that 200,000 people would have to wear mouth caps for a week to prevent one contamination. In the meantime this has changed somewhat, but on the website of the RIVM you can read today: “Non-medical mouth masks
It is likely that non-medical mouthguards are of limited help in preventing others from becoming infected. Mouth masks are therefore no substitute for the hygiene measures, keeping your distance, avoiding crowds and staying at home in case of complaints. It was previously calculated that a disproportionate number of people in public spaces would need to wear a mouth mask to prevent one infection. In the meantime, however, the number of infectious people in the Netherlands has increased to such an extent that this ratio has become smaller. In the short term, it will also not be possible to say with certainty whether or not non-medical mouthguards have added value.”
In short, everyone walks around with a cap on that no one knows what it does….
What we do know is that there are nanoparticles in many mouthguards. For example, copper, or silver. Nobody knows whether these particles are harmful.
This is not a conspiracy theory, by the way.
Read about it on the RIVM website:
You can wear a mouth mask as far as I am concerned, but I would also like to make a stand for those who do not want to wear a mouth mask and are not participating in the experiment. Non-carriers don’t do anything negative towards healthcare. On the contrary. To all the people who attack and try to demonize the non-mouth cap wearers on social media and in the supermarket, I say leave us alone. We have a different take on the mouthguard and until there is conclusive scientific evidence, our truth is as valid as the truth of proponents.
I wish all the heroes in care lots of love and strength!!!
And if you want to stand up for your colleagues and yourself as a care worker, focus your attention on the real instigators of your overload. Of course I am open to other sounds!
And may you point out errors in my reasoning. Provided it is substantive, respectful and constructive. Negative comments I delete immediately. I don’t feel like it at all.