The psychology behind why some people won’t wear masks

RAEL’S COMMENT: Yes, my body my choice. My choice to inhale as many viruses and bacteria in order to strengthen my immune system. And those trying to make freedom lovers feel guilty about “infecting others”: if these “others” DO wear mask, then they are protected from me, and from everything… and see their immune system weakening. And before all, to be alive is to take risks. Those who don’t want to take any risk can stay in bed and enjoy their confinement …
 

Most Americans have never had to wear a mask for their health before, let alone while they shop for groceries or go for a run.
So, even as businesses or states increasingly require them, rebellion is natural — to a degree, says Dr. David Aronoff, director of Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Division of Infectious Diseases and professor of medicine.

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Lockdown-inspired suicides on course to DWARF coronavirus deaths in Australia & in time, even in US – studies

RAEL’S COMMENT: It’s very possible that the number of deaths by suicide due to confinement will be much higher than real Covid deaths and they will call it “collateral damages” of their illegal and stupid policy and of course claim that it saved more life than it killed.
 

The global suicide rate is accelerating as coronavirus-triggered lockdowns supercharge depression and mass job losses push people over the edge. Australian and US researchers have highlighted the threat to their countries.

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Working… is too hard

Ever heard of the French song (Working… is too hard) by Zachary Richard. It’s a song written for workers. One could interpret it as doing a repetitive and boring task that is too hard! To drive the point home, its Latin origin may emphasize even more its meaning: “The word work comes from the Latin Tripalium, which was an instrument of torture made up of three stakes! “Read More