Dump Western Medicine
The only way to stop wearing a mask forever is to dump the entire totalitarian Medical Matrix, starting with Big Pharma and its entire poisonous materia medica.
Whenever you cut off one head of the Medical Hydra, it regrows two heads.
Like the original Greek Hydra, all of the monster’s heads must be chopped off AT THE SAME TIME, and the neck must be seared and scarred with flame.
Otherwise, Medical Nemesis and its multi-seasonal harvest of masks is UNSTOPPABLE.
According to Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. (actual quote, nor paraphrased as usual) …
“Throw out opium, which the Creator himself seems to prescribe, for we often see the scarlet poppy growing in the cornfields, as if it were foreseen that wherever there is hunger to be fed there must also be a pain to be soothed; throw out a few specifics which our art did not discover, and it is hardly needed to apply; throw out wine, which is a food, and the vapors which produce the miracle of anaesthesia, and I firmly believe that if the whole materia medica, as now used, could be sunk to the bottom of the sea, it would be all the better for mankind,—and all the worse for the fishes.”
I’m three miles north of the cheering section when it comes to Henry Ford, but he was definitely “one of the good guys” when he tried to induce the doctors at his hospital in Detroit to stop prescribing drugs “altogether.”
So you think 1913 was just a New World Order watershed for banking?
According to Ivan Illich (1973) …
“The year 1913 marks a watershed in the history of modern medicine. Around that year a patient began to have more than a fifty-fifty chance that a graduate of a medical school would provide him with a specifically effective treatment (if, of course, he was suffering from one of the standard diseases recognized by the medical science of the time). Many shamans and herb doctors familiar with local diseases and remedies and trusted by their clients had always had equal or better results.”
According to the same source …
“The sickening side effects of modern medicine became obvious after World War II, but doctors needed time to diagnose drug-resistant microbes or genetic damage caused by prenatal X-rays as new epidemics. The claim made by George Bernard Shaw a generation earlier, that doctors had ceased to be healers and were assuming control over the patient’s entire life, could still be regarded as a caricature. Only in the mid-fifties did it become evident that medicine had passed a second watershed and had itself created new kinds of disease.”