Sending Long-Covid Study to a friend who is Re-Masking. Has anyone tried this? I’m trying it now on someone who has just started re-masking suddenly, and I’m nervous about the response… so much to include but I’m trying to keep it simple, and even trying to simplify it, I feel like I may be sending too much? Anyway, let me know if you have a better idea?
I honestly didn’t know what to send you because I’ve spent years in this research now and a lot of things probably aren’t out there and I don’t want to overwhelm you with information. But then I realized, you were a student, so you know how to read research, so probably the best thing to do is send you straight to the studies and let you discern for yourself what is true.
This is the newest study released a few weeks ago: (April 5, 2023):
If you would rather someone talk you through the study, Kristen Meghan (former military working in the field of Occupational and Environmental Toxicology) goes through the study on this video: (sent just url)
Study: Is “Long Covid” from mask wearing? || Kristen Meghan (Highlights)
As mentioned last week, the only supposed “credible” study that I’m aware of that showed masks as more beneficial than harmful, was the “survey-based” mask-colour one – literally nonsense. When I checked again now to see if there was anything new, I saw the buzz about a large Bangladesh study claiming to end the mask debate for good, but when I checked it out – it was actually the same study I already told you about (the Purple/Red mask survey study). I decided to look at the funding, and it was funded by GiveWell > openphilanthropy (funded by co-founder of Facebook) and NIAID (Anthony Fauci), so it lost even more credibility for me as both pushed masks, censored mask studies, and both profit from Covid-protocols, so both would benefit from funding ‘any’ positive mask study to give to the media (to try and counteract the decades of literature that proves them wrong).
This post by Steve Kirsch (biased against masks) also links to articles criticizing the study, and he saved a copy of the PDF of one of breakdown review articles on the Bangladesh Mask study.(02)Abaluck J, Kwong LH, Styczynski A, Haque A, Kabir MA, Bates-Jefferys E, Crawford E, Benjamin-Chung J, Raihan S, Rahman S, Benhachmi S, Bintee NZ, Winch PJ, Hossain M, Reza HM, Jaber AA, Momen SG, Rahman A, Banti FL, Huq TS, Luby SP, Mobarak AM. … Click for full citation(03)Masks don’t work. So why were “experts” hailing the Bangladesh mask study as proof that masks work? Because they were so desperate to point to something to support their belief system–even a study that was worthless. … Click for full citation(04)Masks do not work. They do nothing. Red cloth worked the best, purple cloth masks didn’t work at all, and surgical masks were in between those two. In short, it is all statistical noise. You can see the graphs in our analysis, the graphs they … Click for full citation
I’m not one for keeping things short but I’m trying to sit on my hands and not send too much :) I just don’t want you to get sicker from the masks. The only time masks are useful is if you’re trying to avoid paint splatters and larger particles (nuisance dusts = saw dust, and industrial dusts, etc.), or covering up something ugly/embarrassing, particularly those blue masks or home-made masks. If you wear the blue masks, you should change them every 20 minutes and throw the used one away (and replace it immediately if you touch it), and you shouldn’t breathe through your mouth if you wear them (only through your nose). It’s even written on the box that it can’t protect you from viruses:
The masks can “cause” the symptoms people are trying to avoid and make people unwell. If you are having symptoms that you are worried about, it’s time to start researching what the media isn’t reporting (and if you actually think you might be infectious with something or are feeling unwell – why are you at work?). I can send heaps of credible information about what to do (and what to avoid – nutshell: anything synthetic) but I know I’m fighting against the very powerful media propaganda and they have stopped people from trusting any other information, so if you want me to point you into the right direction, let me know, else I don’t want to feel like I’m imposing you know? You are so polite and probably don’t even want this email, but I do hope that even if you don’t want me to send you information, that you – at your own pace – start taking an interest in learning for yourself what you can do or if you are too busy to look deeply into it, maybe you have someone else in your life you can trust that is also dedicating their life to researching?
I just want you and your family to be healthy, you are my fave person at that servo and I don’t want the media to hurt my friends who are too busy with two jobs and a family and other stressors to sit and study 20 hours a day like me, I gave up everything to learn the truth, but even those without the time need to know that the media cannot be trusted with anything they say, which you’ll discover if you look into it (took me over a year to learn that the fact-checkers were false paid advertising, so even I was confused and trusting propaganda at the start).
I think the role of the people who are researching is to try and help those around them, and not just be a coward and not speak up (which I see many believing now), they won’t speak because they think they won’t be heard anyway, or they’ll be called names, that’s not a good enough excuse for me because it’s the reason the world is the way it is – too many people not speaking up (albeit it is a worry and the ego doesn’t like it), but it’s not as important as helping people.
Physio-metabolic and clinical consequences of wearing face masks—Systematic review with meta-analysis and comprehensive evaluation | SYSTEMATIC REVIEW article Front. Public Health, 05 April 2023 Sec. Environmental health and Exposome Volume 11 – 2023 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2023.1125150https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpubh.2023.1125150/full
Masks don’t work. So why were “experts” hailing the Bangladesh mask study as proof that masks work? Because they were so desperate to point to something to support their belief system–even a study that was worthless. https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/masks-dont-work
Masks do not work. They do nothing.Red cloth worked the best, purple cloth masks didn’t work at all, and surgical masks were in between those two. In short, it is all statistical noise. You can see the graphs in our analysis, the graphs they should have shown in the study. https://www.skirsch.com/covid/BangladeshMaskReview.pdf
Penny... on Health
Penny... on Health
Truth-seeker, ever-questioning, ever-learning, ever-researching, ever delving further and deeper, ever trying to 'figure it out'. This site is a legacy of sorts, a place to collect thoughts, notes, book summaries, & random points of interests.
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