An old statement from the CDC is currently in the news again, in which the US authority defines protective measures for wildfires. It is clearly stated that COVID-19 face masks will not protect against particulate matter released during wildfires. However, since these particles are much larger than the virus, this makes an explanation possible: Even at the CDC, they were well aware from day one that masks are ineffective and unnecessary.
The only use of the face mask was to oppress the people, ensure their submission and increase the exchequer with absurd fines if one did not cooperate. In Austria, punishments are still being issued for “masked crimes”, as evidenced by the case of the daring landlady Alexandra Pervulesco. Here you can see the viral posting which is currently circulating on various social media. What’s going on
We followed this viral post alleging that the CDC acknowledged the uselessness of masks during the 2020 wildfires. And in fact, the post in question can still be found on Facebook today:
If you follow the link provided at that time, you will find a page that is now censored. Information about face masks will not be found there today. However, it could be recovered through archive software:
Automatically translated into German:
All of these CDC statements pertain to fabric masks, which were prescribed and used around the world in the first months of the so-called pandemic. There were no standards for this, anyone could make such a mask at home from any fabric. That didn’t stop states from mandating them for general use. Subsequently, Class N95 dust protection masks are also mentioned, which correspond to the FFP2 masks that are common in German-speaking countries. These masks are also completely useless against viruses, but they actually provide protection against soot particles in a fire.
The US website “RedState” reported in early September 2020 on the legislative insanity regarding waste cloth masks.
The CDC, on the one hand, cannot require that we wear masks to prevent the spread of a disease (or disease-containing droplets) and then tell us that those same masks are ineffective at blocking particles larger than those that trigger the disease. .
The “Western Journal” also discussed the statement made by the CDC at the time.
It is up to the CDC to clear up the mass confusion that will inevitably result from conflicting messaging about masks in the face of wildfires and the coronavirus. Californians and everyone else facing this double threat deserve better.
Also in Austria, the wearing of cloth masks was mandatory until the implementation of the corrupt FFP2 mask purchase, with which party favorites earned several million euros. Anyone still facing administrative process in this regard can use the information from the CDC as another argument that these fabric masks are not suitable for protection against giant soot particles.
Report24 has published numerous articles about the harmful effects of masks that offer no protection against the virus.