Mask and vaccination mandates are rational in LA, SF, Seattle and Boston

ABC News:

San Francisco to require vaccine proof at indoor venues

Big Tech coastal cities in America are at the forefront of Cold War 2, in addition to being at the front of the global culture war, so anything that protects Big Tech workers from biowarfare and bioterrorism is rational enough when seen from their particular viewpoint.

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I wonder in which degree the apparent Covid mask hysteria in United Coasts of America (UCA) is actually driven by a hidden motive that corporate media don’t want to discuss in public: if common people in UCA always wear masks against endless new variants of SARS-CoV-2, the masks will also protect against a biological Pearl Harbor.

Nevertheless, it would be more rational of UCA if it tried to make friends instead of creating enemies when it spreads woke surveillance all over the West (and the rest of the world).

But I’m only speculating here. I understand moderate/classical liberals, but I struggle to clearly and scientifically understand the mindset of high-tech woke corporatist ultra-“liberals”. But they have unprecedented power, and they got a history of abusing surveillance power, so it’s only common sense and in harmony with political realism to conclude that they are up to no good.

If you are corrupt it’s rational to implement all kinds of protective laws and invest in defensive measures, in order to remain in power within a security state.

Enjoy your masks and vaccines in UCA.

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