Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Mask of Evil: Part Two

I had just finished posting my article called Mask of Evil, when I decided to have breakfast at my favorite restaurant.  I used to be a regular there for many years and had lunch there almost every day as their food was very good and the people who worked there were friendly.  Some of the people have been there since 1997.  I don’t eat out as much as I did but I decided to get some food and relax.

When I got there, it was like a horror show.  All of the employees had black masks on and the experience was insane.  I got extremely pissed off but I did manage to hold my tempter and not make a scene.  One of the waiters came by and said “I’ll be with you in a minute.”  I recognized his voice but I couldn’t tell who it was due to the mask.  When he came by to take my order, I got up and told him “I can’t put up with this mask shit.”  I told him that the mask distorts any social interaction with people and the black masks are creepy as hell.  He called over the manager who I have known for a long time.  He agreed with me but he said he had his own bills to pay and he doesn’t want to lose his job.  I understood that and I’m sure a lot of other restaurant workers feel the same way.

I told him that no government has the right to make anyone wear a mask.  In his case, the manager told me he had asthma problems and the face mask makes it worse.  I’m an advocate of using the natural law, and it only makes sense that breathing your own exhaust is going to have very bad physical effects.  In fact, there was a story in Northern Commiefornia where a man was driving his car while wearing a mask and he passed out and got in a very bad accident.  This is the kind of idiocy the the government likes to create: chaos.  I gave the manager a card to give to his management. (See image above). He thanked me and we parted on good terms.  However, I was still livid at how the system leverages people who can’t help themselves due to the fact they need to make a living.  It’s a comply or die type scenario.

There is no medical reason for any healthy person to wear a mask.  But I think the real reason for the implementation of these masks is to completely distort the social interaction of the people.  I don’t want to communicate with people who wear masks.  I’m a fairly thick-skinned man, but attempting to communicate with someone wearing a mask is frustrating.  The mask is very dark, evil, and it comes from hell.  The mask represents deceit and lying; nothing good comes from wearing it.

If someone wants to wear a mask, then that is their choice but I don’t think they will get anything good out of it.  Certainly, no one has the right to make you wear one.  Nor do I think any employer has the right to make their employees wear them as it is completely unnatural to be wearing a mask.  In addition, the business owner may incur a severe liability for making an employee wear them.  If a waitress is wearing a mask and passes out while serving hot food, that can be a major problem.  It’s just not worth it for any business to require it.  To have to work an 8 hour shift with a mask on has got to have extremely damaging effects on the wearer.

None of us were born with a mask and no government, business, or any other entity has the authority to require it to be worn.  It’s time to stop listening to stupid government people because all they care about is gaining more and more control over everyone.

Mask wearing warps the mind; the govtards are doing it on purpose and their intentions are not good.

Mask of Evil
Face Masks Can Pose a Risk for Healthy People

Walter Allen Thompson has a book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land  


  1. What if the waiter coughed on your food or had no idea they had covid 19?

    1. The issue is those flimsy mask don't protect against viral particles. Even wearing an N95 mask is not healthy and technically for those you must be clean shaven if a man so the surrounding makes good contact with the skin. This is from an safety class for industry and environmental work.

      Quarantine the vulnerable and rest of us need to get on with existing. Use the same precautions as if it were flu season.

    2. What if that waiter was bright enough to understand that Covid is not a physical disease, but a psychological shackle, as the mask is a muzzle. Kindly explain the difference between protozoa, bacteria, and viral particles, with regard to the etiology of disease. Fear is the disease, and it is spreading like...a pathogen of ignorance. Most American adults can not speak to the variants of pathogenic disorders, immunity, diet, self-health and that healers, not doctors, hold the final puzzle piece to health, once the person in need learns about their own body, allergies, and strengths. Thank you Walter, for all of your hard work, and common sense!

  2. AnonymousMay 20, 2020

    Donna M, just stop. Has a waiter in a restaurant ever coughed on your food?

    You and all of the other people who believe this covid crap need to answer a question with these facts in mind...

    The government lies to us all the time.
    The newspapers/media lie to us all the time.
    The medical establishment lies to us all the time.

    Why on God's green earth would they be telling us the truth now?

    Because they aren't. Do you really believe any of these entities all of a sudden really, really care about us? If you do I have some beach front property in Arizona for sale that I think you'll like.

    Stand up straight, take off your stupid masks, take care of yourselves like you would during any other cold and flu season and live your lives.

  3. AnonymousMay 20, 2020

    We are entering into the time of the Strong Delusion as in 2 Thessalonians. Christians of all denominations believed Trump was a great choice. Nuff said.

  4. Amen, brother. We have back bones. Let's stand straight and live our lives as human beings instead of the sheep the dumb government is trying to make us. Correction "evil" government!

  5. It's simple. We have no problem with those who wear a mask, and we don't care what those wearing a mask say for those who don't wear a mask. I simply choose not to wear one, and that is my choice like it or not. Don't like it, too bad. Keep doing what you wish, and I will keep doing what i want.