Why America Continues to Wear Facemasks Even Though They Don't Work


Nobody, and I mean nobody should ever take a public opinion poll or any publication related to COVID-19 seriously. The fraud has been off the charts. However, the public opinion polls and the fake medical research is designed to produce one condition, group think. For those that are not aware about the history of public opinion polls, or fake reported findings, they are not designed to be an accurate forecasting of some defined public opinion or research finding. They are soley designed to enforce compliance by using a condition called group think.

The late author of The Committee of 300, John Coleman, actually educated me on the history of public opinion polls and published suspect research studies and their actual intended use.

Coleman was one of the first authors to expose the true intent of the Tavistock Institute, which was created in 1913. This organization is the mother of all propaganda efforts. Manipulation of public opinion, on behalf of the achievement of achieving globalist goals is the sole purpose. Even today, more than a 100 years after the creation of this propaganda factory, Tavistock provides training to mainstream media (MSM) outlets on how to bend the will of the people to the globalist agenda.

If there is a central theme to their propaganda, it lies in the value of using public opinion polls, or reporting fake medical data, in order to create a group think mentality. Group think is a shared sociological and psychological term which works on the premise that if everyone else believes something to be true, what is wrong with YOU for not believing the same thing? The globalists that run Tavistock have been highly successful in shaping the social, cultural, educational and economic opinions of the general public. If you do not think so, just look at the mantra that permeates our airwaves where nearly every commercial and MSM talk show reminds us to (1) social distance; (2) wear a mask; and, (3) stay home as much as possible.

There is an experiment that was conducted in the 1950’s which demonstrates why present day America is totally acquiesced to unconstitutional authority.

One of the premier and classic studies on how to develop group think among the population is best exemplified in a landmark study known as the Solomon-Asch experiment. The masses at the old Roman Coliseum and the concentration camps of Nazi Germany are shining examples of how a populace can be manipulated into not only accepting state-sponsored mass murder, but in our time to wear health-damaging face masks even when contraindicated for health reasons (eg running on a treadmill inside of a Planet Fitness gym). Establishing group think is key to controlling the public, by controlling their beliefs.  

It took 60 days to destroy the American economy and undo all the financial gains that Trump had accomplished. Why did we go along with this madness when we knew what we were being told was bravo sierra?

Before we actually look at a landmark study that answers this question, it is important to ask yourself a question. Do you think of yourself as a conformist or a non-conformist? If you ask most people the same question, you would find that most people consider themselves to be a non-conformist and would be able to stand up to a group when they know they are right. However, that is not the case.

Can nonconformists actually resist the peer pressure and NOT conform to beliefs and actions that are clearly wrong? This article will answer this question. 

In the 1950’s, Polish born psychologist, Solomon Asch, conducted a conformity study. The participants signed up to participate in a psychology experiment in which they are asked to complete a vision test. This was a deception. The real experiment attempted to answer the question, can people resist peer pressure in order to not conform to a false belief? Seated in a room with the other participants, the research participants are shown a line segment and then asked to choose the matching line from a group with three segments of different lengths.

The experimenter subsequently asked each participant individually to select the matching line segment. Early on in the experiment, everyone in the group chooses the correct line in order to establish a group think mentality. Yet, as the experiment continued, the other participants, falsely and purposely and unanimously declare that a different line is actually the correct match when it is obvious that the wrong answer was selectively been chosen by the experiment's confederates. The objective is change the opinion of the subject always seated in seat six.

Choosing the Right Or Wrong Answer

Participants                     1st 3 Trials                         Next 3 Trials

Seat 1- Confederate        Chose Correctly                Chose Incorrectly

Seat 2- Confederate         Chose Correctly               Chose Incorrectly

Seat 3- Confederate         Chose Correctly                Chose Incorrectly

Seat 4- Confederate          Chose Correctly               Chose Incorrectly

Seat 5- Confederate           Chose Correctly              Chose Incorrectly

Seat 6- The Subject             Chose Correctly              75% choose incorrectly one time

                                                                          Nearly 60% will continue to choose incorrectly


Unknown to the main subject of the experiment, everyone else in the experiment is a confederate and their answers have been preplanned for the purpose of determining whether, or not, the participant’s answer can be manipulated by the people deliberately giving the wrong answer. Nearly 75 percent of the participants in the conformity experiments went along with the rest of the group at least one time. Nearly 60% of the subject totally abdicated their free will to the planted confederates. After combining the trials, the results indicated that participants conformed to the incorrect group answer approximately one-third of the time. At the conclusion of the experiments, participants were asked why they had gone along with the rest of the group. In most cases, the students stated that while they knew the rest of the group was wrong, they did not want to risk facing personal criticism. THIS IS WHY WE WEAR A MASK!!! We want to avoid the “Karens” and most of all, we just want to fit in.

A few of the participants were so weak-minded that they suggested that they actually believed the other members of the group were correct in their answers. This explains why that even though the CDC’s website says that “masks do not prevent the spread of viruses” and in March, Fauci said it was not needed for the public to wear a mask, but we still follow orders of local politicans to do so. These results suggest that conformity can be influenced both by a need to fit in and a belief that other people are smarter or better informed. Given the level of conformity seen in Asch’s experiments, conformity can be even stronger in real-life situations where stimuli are more ambiguous or more difficult to judge. For example, a soldier, in attempting to decide if they will fire upon innocent civilians, will be forced to weigh their own risk. If they fail to obey the command to fire upon American citizens, will they face disciplinary action, or even death?

Asch also found that having one of the confederates give the correct answer while the rest of the confederates gave the incorrect answer dramatically lowered conformity. This fact alone, is what motivates me to continue to do this work on the CSS. How many people can I influence and how many people can they influence? When just one other person supports the subject of the experiment, only five to ten percent of the participants conformed to the rest of the group.

Allies, committed to a central belief, is what drives many in the alternative media to relentlessly pursue the truth and then inform as many people as will listen.

If "they" can get us to wear a mask when it is clearly contraindicated (eg gym), what else can they get us to do?