SLAVE face 'MASKS' HAVE BEEN USED THROUGHOUT HISTORY; In the current day, behavioral psychologists such as Susan Michie are mask advocates. She is now claiming that we will be wearing masks forever

by Paul Alexander

The absence of facial expression with masking inhibits non-verbal communication necessary for social organization that might lead to revolt; Every mask is a billboard for fear and a state of emergency

Dr. Robert Yoho Source

Dr. Robert Yoho Source

‘Anastásia’s ghost is seen at anti-lockdown rallies and her memory reveals that the current medical tyranny is enslavement. The masking of well people has no rational basis—over 200 studies refute its efficacy.

In the current day, behavioral psychologists such as Susan Michie are mask advocates. She is now claiming that we will be wearing masks forever (Stone 2021).

Yet we understand the catastrophic failure and destruction that awaits us, our entire society if we do not rip these masks off and throw them away. Mandatory face masks are slave symbols:

  • Masking imposes control and breaks down psyches, dignity, and integrity.

  • They are symbols of submission, forced compliance, and arbitrary rules.

  • They deprive us of oxygen, which causes weakness. This might make people more prone to brainwashing.

  • Face masks are involved in bondage and sado-masochism. This is a master-slave dynamic.

  • Masks are a feature of prisons and torture. Examples include the hoods on the Abu Ghraib prison victims and the mouth covers at Guantánamo. These people are dehumanized.

  • Masking erases individual personhood. It is a nameless, enforced uniformity. 

  • Masks are theatrical. They conceal our identities, rendering us alien to others and ourselves.

  • Masks are a forced resocialization into the “new normal.” The more we accept this enslavement ritual, the harder it will be to regain our independence. 

  • The masks are state insignia. They are a visible display of allegiance to the system of medicalizing technocratic control. They are similar to the red neckerchiefs of the communist pioneer youth movement, which were a public profession of loyalty to the party and the supreme leader. The current face mask is the symbol of obedience to new normal and confirms Mao’s idea of “right thinking.”   

  • The absence of facial expression with masking inhibits the non-verbal communication necessary for social organization that might lead to revolt.

  • Masks are verbal muzzling and reduce communication. Their usage promotes isolation just like social distancing. 

  • Masks are used to train animals. They are symbols of dehumanization.

  • Masks are just a a few steps away from shots, vaccine passports, and implantable monitoring devices.

  • Every mask is a billboard for fear and a state of emergency. We are being subjugated with scaremongering, and this is eroding our civil liberties.

  • Masks make your neighbor a nameless disease vector instead of a friend and ally. Masks divide and conquer.

Can the memory of Anastásia overcome the Covidian cult? Her image is a powerful religious ritual and spectacle. For those of us in the freedom movement who are spiritual, our visions of Anastásia can give us faith.

Slavery is with us still. Balls, chains, and shackles were iron, but in our technological age, our bonds are fragile symbols such as the paper masks. Yet they are potentially more brutal and confining than the old ones.

Those who cannot or refuse to see masks and the rest of the modern era’s indignities as enslavement are hypnotized. If they realize what is happening, they lose face, which is embarrassing and painful.

Many people on both sides of the Atlantic who lived in the preindustrial and even Civil War times believed slavery was natural. Today, people are brainwashed into accepting endless, medicalized confinements and inconveniences using a variety of control techniques. For example, guilt has been weaponized to suppress the natural longing for freedom.

How many times have we heard the “new normies” decry the excesses of illegal mass gatherings and the so called super-spreader events as the reason for the limitations on our civil liberties? They believe that the population deserves lockdowns and that we have brought the situation on ourselves by not cooperating with “science.”

The Spanish word “bozal” has two meanings: a muzzle or a newly arrived slave. This is a slave born in Africa and not the “creole” born in the New World. The muzzle devices were used on bozal slaves who had memories of freedom from their homeland. They were the ones most likely to lead rebellions, as the stories about Anastásia illustrate. The mask is a symbol of enslavement, and Anastásia’s message is for us all.


Roberto Strongman is Associate Professor in the Department of Black Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He received his Ph.D. in Literature from the University of California, San Diego in 2003. Dr. Strongman's interdisciplinary approach encompasses the fields of religion, history, and sexuality in order to further his main area of research and teaching: Comparative Caribbean Cultural Studies.

The internalization of blame for their own suffering is the most important constitutive elements of the blindness that prevents many of our contemporaries from understanding the curtailment of our constitutional liberties as a form enslavement. The ability to deconstruct and rebuff this false ascription of guilt is the foundation of our liberty. Our freedoms of expression, assembly and religion are not granted to us: they are inalienable. The transcending of this blinding, unfounded and debilitating guilt lie at the heart of the awakening of the currently sleeping masses. Understanding the current health scare as a delusion brought about by Prospero’s cheap tricks, the unreasonableness of the prison-derived concept of lockdowns and the psycho-socio-somatic masking that attempts to silence those who prophecy against medical tyranny and all tyrannies is the spirit of Anastásia today, alive in our midst.’ 


Very nice work once again by Robert, and I would love to heap deep praise but I am actually overcome with rage and emotion as I re-read this. We as societies, were catastrophically misled and lied to and these face masks must be ripped off and never again put back on.