Face Mask Accidents and Fatalities
Returning to college and earning a bachelor in business administration has left me with a desire to research my own opinions. I find myself attempting to verify how true or factual my opinions maybe in comparison to society.
The society I live in is a “Tribal” society and many of the spiritual and ceremonial activities comprise of human contact and are impossible to attend if required to wear a mask.
Today these important activities of tribal and human existence are being threatened by government regulation, worldwide. We are being stripped of human contact and communication over media and government induced fear.
I do not argue that we spread diseases among each other and we all know to stay away from other when sick. Today governments are claiming the spread of a disease and requiring a mask to be worn in public. To satisfy the fear induced claims of this government supported health issue, we all must wear a mask.
Mask wearing can cause panic for many. I am one of those people. I can handle the panic most times but when it becomes an issue I almost pass out and have to take of the mask to regulate my breathing as I began to panic. My panic is caused by many years of abuse as well as many other people in the world.
When people panic, accidents happen.
How many accidents are being caused because of wearing a mask or even looking for a mask while driving a car or operating public transportation for others.
These statistics are very important to publish along side the growing numbers of reported deaths from the pandemic.
This information is crucial because many activities requiring mask use are also causing people pain, panic, and death due to adherence of this policy. The deaths in some cases are results of suicide. Many people are scared to visit a hospital in fear of being classified as positive for current virus as they will be subject to prevention methods being practiced by governments and its agencies through out the world.
Wearing masks is causing more issues that are not being reported and people like me are at risk of panic attacks that could result in severe injury to others.
Stress and depression are my personal causes for not wanting a mask but some have experience tramatic experiences in life and have to relive these while wearing masks and is very risky to other health and welfare.
I also believe it is dehumanizing and robbing us all of our spiritual connections to each other
I will be returning to work with the public and provide customer service to the best of my abilities. I really do not need this distraction and if a panic attack hits me I hope I am alone.
My personal opinion, masks are causing accidents and deaths, and I am going to research this deeper.
I also believe mask wearing are robbing us of something deeply spiritual when preventing human contact and faicial recognition.