Another study, this one out of the United Kingdom, concluded that there is “no evidence” that face masks work to protect the vulnerable against COVID-19. So far, the best protection against COVID has been turning off the mainstream media.
The study investigated whether the so-called high-quality masks such as N95, KN95, and FFP2 coverings helped protect vulnerable people in the community from catching the virus. “The review did not identify any studies for inclusion, and so could provide no evidence to answer the research question,” the authors concluded according to a report by Summit News. “No studies matching the inclusion criteria were found, so no evidence could be presented.”
Does this mean the masks were symbols of submission to the master and control? Were those who wore them displaying their obedience to the ruling class? Considering that the UK government later on in the scamdemic acknowledged that masks were more of a symbolic tool to remind everyone they were in a pandemic, speaks volumes. These “symbols”, according to the ruling class, were to keep fear levels high and guarantee greater obedience to the
enslavement lockdown rules.
Professor Carl Heneghan, a professor of evidence-based medicine at the University of Oxford, noted that it was a “significant failing” that there were virtually no high-quality trials showing that face masks were effective at preventing infection. “I do not understand why there’s been a lack of will to do high-quality trials in this area,” he told the Telegraph. “We have completely failed to address this issue and I actually consider that to be an issue that the [Covid] inquiry needs to look at.”
— Telegraph Global Health Security (@TelGlobalHealth) April 14, 2023
“If there’s another pandemic around the corner, we still haven’t addressed any of these issues. We’ve not learned anything,” Professor Heneghan added.
Whether the masks did anything or not, the public believed the masters and wore them around like obedient dogs.
Those who questioned the effectiveness of face masks were vilified by COVID cultists and banned by social media networks, while people who refused to wear them in public were humiliated and sometimes physically attacked. -Summit News
In a revealing study published by Frontiers in Psychology, it was found that people who consider themselves less attractive were more likely to continue wearing face masks.