The Purpose of the Face Mask

What is the goal of the facemask?

The goal of the facemask is to enforce conformity.

There is no other purpose to it.

It is very much similar to a Mao suit. These were the suits that the Chinese communist party forced upon the people of China when Mao came to power.

The effect of the Mao suit and the facemask is to say to people: You are all the same, you have no individuality, your individuality doesn’t matter, your job is to obey.

We’re all in the Marine Corps now, son. You’ll dress a certain way. You’ll wear your hair at a prescribed length.

I’ll bet you didn’t know that there were approved haircuts in North Korea.

Oh yeah, baby.

Your authorities fear individuality.

Individuality breeds contempt for authority.

Your authorities have no desire for you to think on your own.

Obedience is what they require, obedience to their authority.

Your authority matters little.

When the mass of people wear facemasks they voluntarily forfeit that individuality, that authority.

This weakens them.

Emaciates them.

What we are experiencing here in the United States is a cultural revolution, but it is not really a cultural revolution, but a revolution in power.

The elites have cleverly framed it as a cultural revolution. The goal they say is to stamp out racism and white supremacy.

Its real goal is to cement Harvard University‘s economic and spiritual power within the United States.

That’s what it’s all about.

Harvard power.

Harvard is a sick pup.

Harvard, ever enthralled with Oxford University, and the queen, and the monarchy, and the system of peerage which ranks people according to a human being’s value, desires to move America into a neo-feudal society in which you the mass of people are renters on Harvard’s lands.

You will now recognize and serve your betters.

Just as the communists in China were primarily concerned with power, so are the corporate pigs here in the United States primarily concerned with power.

It’s all about power.

As we have stated before in many other articles, the next ten to fifteen years are going to be rough.

The economic havoc on society will be no less than the economic havoc that was inflicted upon the peoples of China, Cuba, the Soviet Union, and North Korea.

Corporate Socialism, aka Fascism, aka Crony Capitalism, aka Real World Marxism is nothing more than monarchy wearing a suit.

Welcome back to the days of kings and queens.

There is little that can be done to stop this train.

The people will obey.

Only two things can stop this calamity.

You can either jettison your facemask, or you can crash upon the hard rocks of reality.


Archer Crosley

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Collectivism and Change

Is it possible to change America within the extant political system?

I will argue no, not in the traditional way.

The elites are too smart and too immoral.

Sure, you might catch them off guard occasionally, as the Brexiteers have discovered, but soon they will figure you out. They have loads of money to spend on putting you in your place.

The only way that seems possible to take them down is to battle them outside their system altogether, that is to walk away from their system.

But what is their system, their method of oppression?

To see why let’s play a game.

Let’s say that you started a third party that began to attract a significant number of voters that could hurt one of the traditional parties in a presidential election.

It wouldn’t be too long before someone would approach your candidate with an ultimatum: You either throw the election, take a pay off or something will happen to your children.

Game over.

After that, they’d insert their operatives into your party to divide and conquer it.

This is what biological organisms do to protect themselves.  They send out the antibodies and macrophages to attack the alien invader – you.

If you did manage to get a few candidates elected, they’d seduce them with lots of goodies, favors and reminders (extortion).  In time you wouldn’t have candidates representing your party.

So, if this is the case you might ask, why doesn’t one mainstream party play this same game with the other?

For one simple reason:  There is no two party system. There is a one party system with two wings to it. The Democrat and Republican parties long ago reached a truce.  Rules must be followed.  You can attack a candidate on any legitimate ground, but you can not resort to extortion, bribes or murder.  That only applies to startups.

And so when you take on the task of reforming society, you are fighting a one party system.  Your chances of winning are zero in the traditional way.


Your only chance is to change the field upon which the political battle will be fought.

But what is that field?


You must not change people’s values; you must change your values.

Let other people take care of their own values.

Political parties are predicated upon collectivism.

As collectivism fades so will the power of political parties.

They will follow you.

Which is as it should be.