Should you (the general public) wear a surgical mask?

Remember the good ol’ days in Australia?

No, we’re not talking about when petrol was 20 cents per litre or that our dollar was USD 1.2.

We’re talking about before when it was ‘mandatory’ for the entire general population of Australia to be muzzled, you know a social experiment on subservience, a psychological operation, because the science says otherwise.

A catch phrase on social media is: “Trust the Science” in relation to any reaction to a medical service.

So, based on the science, the colonial government put out medical advice on the correct use of a surgical mask, stating the following:

Should I wear a surgical mask?

General public

Surgical masks in the community are only helpful in preventing people who have coronavirus

disease from spreading it to others. If you are well, you do not need to wear a surgical mask as

there is little evidence supporting the widespread use of surgical masks in healthy people to

prevent transmission in public.”

But then later on, by state governments people were told that they can even make a mask out of sweaty gym shorts, if need be.

But after that the entire population was told that they must mask up with higher density face coverings, irrespective of their health status, i.e. guilty (of having the disease) until proven innocent (via a test), where even that test was not enough.

So, what the hell happened?

Did the virus become obese, then it went on a crash course diet after a bout of depression because it could not infest anyone, even the children?

Well according to Australian governments reactions over time, that’s what it seems happened.

Nope, the ‘science’ was thrown under a bus and politics happened.

So called leaders even stated that it was a ‘smart’ virus, being totally serious.

“Australia the lucky country” where the full quote is with the addition of “because it sure is not a clever one”.

See official government documents:

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