A Pennsylvania middle school teacher was photographed taping a mask onto a student’s face

It is not possible to be “pro” or “anti” mask.

It is possible to find out if masks offer protection “against” viruses.

It’s also possible to find out if “protection against viruses” makes any sense.

We can also find out if mask-wearing is healthy or not. For example, if you would otherwise breathe sawdust, harmful chemicals, or smoke into your lungs, then of course wearing a mask makes sense.

However, as diagnosed by Dr. Mark McDonals, everyday use of masks in public settings with the intention of protecting wearers or society “from a virus” is a symptom of delusional psychosis.

People who suffer from delusional psychosis can cause harm to themselves and others, and in this case, to a child.

Adults have the human right to make private medical decisions for themselves and their children.

Leave our children alone. All mask mandates must end, not just for adults, but for children as well.

We simply need to step out of the hypnosis of kovidism. That’s all.

Don’t let anyone “split” society in to pro/anti mask…that is an absolutely ridiculous polarization intended to systematically divide society into groups that are more easily controlled.

The way out of this mess is to honor medical human rights.

It’s a simple problem with a simple solution.

The problem includes medical tyranny, medical dictatorship, reductionism, and authoritarianism…but the fundamental “problem” is a kind of rape, actually…non-consensual physical contact.

One party, in this case the teacher, violated the physical boundaries of a child — severely — by taping a mask to the child’s face.

The child’s face — is that child’s face. His face belongs to him — not to the teacher. His body, his choice. We should be teaching our children to state and “enforce” their own physical boundaries and asking them if they want to wear masks. We should not be overstepping their boundaries by requiring masks, and we should not be taping masks to the faces of children, abusing our authority or larger size.

The thing is, the same goes for every “guard” at a store — you should not be forcing people to wear masks. It’s just as much of a violation as what this teacher did to this child — and it’s the same kind of violation as rape.

You can’t be pro or anti mask. You can investigate and find out. If you “attack” me or call me dumb, please at least set your delusional psychosis aside long enough to recognize that you’re not actually discussing the health, safety, or efficacy of mask-wearing, if you just “talk about me.”

I don’t want to “talk about me.” Comments about the short, mid, and long-term impact of masking are welcome. Comments about medical human rights are welcome. Comments about forced masking being compared to rape are also masking.

That’s kind of a sensitive one — are mask requirements “rape?”

You’re forcing someone to do something they don’t want to do based on delusion. The act you are making them do causes harm and humiliation, unless you step into the delusion. Maybe it’s less rape than it is forced participation in a cult ritual? Or mass hypnosis?

Coerced and forced vaccination is definitely medical rape. The parallels are quite obvious, but is coerced and forced masking also medical rape?

*Please be respectful in comments.

This is a call to action to the administration. Please email the board at: mailto:_npschoolboard@npenn.org
Or sign up to speak at the board action meeting this Thursday,1/20 at 7:00p.m. In the NPHS auditorium. You must email school board secretary at skrocksb@npenn.org by 6:00 p.m Wed. 1/19

Pro-mask or anti-mask, I hope we can all agree that taping masks to children’s faces crosses the LINE. This was not a joke for the child or the parents.

I am calling on the North Penn Neighbors for Progress and North Penn School District to address this photo of a Pennfield Middle school co-teacher taping a mask to a child’s face to district parents and families ASAP.

We ask for respect for this student and his family. 

 

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