No, the little black threads recently "discovered" in masks aren't deliberately placed parasites or nano-worms

Recently I came across videos of people who took a closer look at these despised masks, and yes, the next theory was born. At this point it's almost like they are looking for more and more excuses to not wear these things ;)


Apparently these little black thread thingies found on masks, are some sort of plan by the government to infect you with something, parasites, nano-tech I don't know, the claims vary, I don't even care to listen to all of them or to sum them up, I don't even want to link their "work" here because it does more harm then good, but just to back up the reasons for my ranting;


So, believe it or not, small threads and strands are actually found all around us, does them being found in masks mean that the mask was not sterile? No. Are they alive? No. The real reason for the movement is mere moisture. The threads are so small, even the moisture from our breathing is enough to make them move for a longer time, mainly though the process of getting wet and drying up again. This is how it works for....wait for it, ALL these type of threads, not just the ones you conveniently find on face masks to prove a non-existing point. What's next, stop wearing clothes because they are infested with "parasites"? XD


Long story short, just wear your mask




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Things are almost never as they seem. If you sincerely think that world powers would spend their money and resources in order to just "help" citizens from foreign nations, you might want to ask yourself why they've been neglecting and out right murdering their own citizens for decades. What are their true motives for wanting to fund foreign (terror) groups, start global confrontations and wars? I'll let you in on a little secret; It has NOTHING to do with "human rights" nor "democracy".

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