Masks Are Another Way To Control Society Through Isolation

Those of us who are unset­tled by mask man­dates often cite the loss of free­doms as the rea­son behind our con­cerns, but that doesn’t even begin to tell the whole sto­ry. Mask man­dates are not just dehu­man­iz­ing in the con­text of today’s soci­ety, pre­vent­ing us from read­ing the faces of oth­ers. There is yet anoth­er lev­el of dehu­man­iza­tion. Get­ting “used to” masks sug­gests some­thing more spir­i­tu­al­ly sin­is­ter: a Borg-like face­less­ness that iso­lates and atom­izes every one of us.

There are, of course, sev­er­al obvi­ous rea­sons to object to mask man­dates. First, those who push for them have made it very easy to be skep­ti­cal of their claims that any old mask is essen­tial for pub­lic safe­ty. A mask alone in the car? On the beach in the sun and salt air? On the walk into a restau­rant but not after you’re seated?


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