“If you really want to be complete, you should”

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19 Responses to “If you really want to be complete, you should”

  1. H B Bear

    Standing and hopping on one leg wouldn’t hurt either.

  2. Robber Baron

    I hear bathing in kerosine is just as helpful.

  3. Robber Baron

    I also think it is now required in Canadian glory holes.

  4. Mother Lode

    This is like prank you see on movies where someone is invited to a party and told (untruthfully and somewhat cruelly) that it is fancy dress. When they arrive everyone laughs at their expense.

    But in this case it is as if they don’t notice that they are the only one in fancy dress and in fact go around telling people how clever their costume is – much better than everyone else who look like they are just wearing normal clothes.

    They are doing this for a laugh.

  5. Some History

    Fauci urges Americans to wear goggles for added COVID-19 protection.

    That’s only if they’re involved in Public Health welding.

  6. wal1957

    Remember the movie about the boy who ‘lived in a bubble’? I think a young John Travolta was the actor in it.

    This is seriously [email protected] up.
    The next 2 generations are going to be paying to clean up this mess that has effectively been caused by the ‘experts’.

  7. Roger W

    They have broken the family.
    They have broken marriage.
    They have made us sexless.
    They have started to de-humanize us by wearing masks.
    Now to complete the process.
    Humans rely to an extraordinary degree on reading expressions in order to relate and communicate, so that will be stripped from us. Everyone around us will now be the enemy, will be a danger. We will live increasingly in perpetual fear, with only The State and Experts to protect us.
    At least in 1984 they could still see each other’s faces.

  8. Hay Stockard

    I read a sign in hospital telling you to treat your ,ask like your underwear. Ergo, I am not wearing one.

  9. a happy little debunker

    I have 2 pairs of safety goggles & just like masks, will use them when the my risk is greatest…

  10. cuckoo

    Hang on, aren’t we meant to go through Phase One, about how goggles are ineffective, dangerous and need to be saved for front line workers, before proceeding to Phase Two – wear goggles or you are a subhuman piece of MAGA-hat filth who wants grandma to DIE!! Isn’t that how the playbook runs?

  11. minderbinder of QLD

    I have heard that red underpants worn on the head is the next apparel to be mandated for our protection, since this requirement has a proven track record of success.

  12. H B Bear

    Red underpants on your head are only needed if you want to connect to the NBN.

  13. cuckoo

    Media screaming about Trump refusing to wear goggles in 3…2…

  14. Bushkid

    minderbinder of QLD
    #3530093, posted on July 31, 2020 at 12:05 pm
    I have heard that red underpants worn on the head is the next apparel to be mandated for our protection, since this requirement has a proven track record of success.

    Exactly what I ws thinking!

    I wonder how many people would just blindly do so if that edict came down from on high, or would people finally wake up to the fact we’re being played in a huge way.

    I detest and despise people who play games at the expense of others. That goes doubly for politicians, bureaucrats and doctors.

  15. JohnL

    They have broken the family.
    They have broken the marriage.
    They have made us sexless.
    They have started to de-humanize us by wearing masks.
    Now to complete the process.
    Humans rely to an extraordinary degree on reading expressions in order to relate and communicate, so that will be stripped from us. Everyone around us will now be the enemy, will be a danger. We will live increasingly in perpetual fear, with only The State and Experts to protect us.
    At least in 1984, they could still see each other’s faces.

    “They” are New World Order Globalists.
    https://wmbriggs.com/post/31965/

  16. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    At least in 1984 they could still see each other’s faces.

    Winston explains the reason for this in the book: “It was terribly dangerous to let your thoughts wander when you were in any public place or within range of a telescreen. The smallest thing could give you away. A nervous tic, an unconscious look of anxiety, a habit of muttering to yourself — anything that carried with it the suggestion of abnormality, of having something to hide. In any case, to wear an improper expression on your face (to look incredulous when a victory was announced, for example) was itself a punishable offence. There was even a word for it in Newspeak: facecrime, it was called.”

    I’m not sure the mask diktats can last much longer given that widespread wearing of the stupid bloody useless things has rendered our beloved overlords’ all seeing surveillance state somewhat less effective.

  17. Gumnuts

    I’ve been wearing a bandanna and a big wooly hat pulled well down. Just to take the piss

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