By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
AUSTRALIANS and others should write a letter of request for information and notice of non-consent to face mask wearing and stop wearing masks until the Minister for Health in your state can provide evidence that the masks widely available where you live are free of any kind of contaminants.
Online video-maker Max Igan, from the Gold Coast, Queensland, has shown a disturbing video of what look like nano-particle “worms” in commonly available N-95 blue and white masks. The reason they are called worms is because these filaments move when breathed upon.
Igan put the masks under an inexpensive microscrope linked to a camera. When he lightly breathed on the fabric, the filament could be seen moving in a worm-like twisting motion. According to a poster on Igan’s BitChute page who said he had a background in electronic engineering and bio-technology said that the filaments were “nano nickel-titanium alloy, which is also known “Muscle Wire” or “Shape-Memory Alloy”.
“This is super high strength filaments that change shape when heat is applied. Which includes radiant (your breath) or electromagnetic heat. (5g microwave radiation). These nano alloy weapons are a well-guarded secret in the bio-tech industry,” the anonymous person posted.
If you think Max Igan’s findings are too “out there”, take note of other warnings such as an article in the 2020 Elsevier public health emergency collection noting that microplastics “contain toxic chemicals as an additive like phthalate, organotin, nonylphenol, polybrominated biphenyl ether, and triclosan.
Those toxic chemicals can be released during the degradation processes (either chemically or biologically) of plastic polymers in the open environment.” The article continues: “The link between phthalates’ effect on male fertility and its potential existence within face masks has not been clearly explained by US health officials or members of the pro-mask Biden administration.”
And then we have Canada and the scandal over masks contaminated with graphene being handed out to school children. Health Canada discovered during a preliminary risk assessment that the masks contained microscopic graphene particles that, when inhaled, could cause severe lung damage. “Graphene is a strong, very thin material that is used in fabrication, but it can be harmful to lungs when inhaled and can cause long-term health problems,” reported CBC News.
Yahoo News also reported: “Radio Canada obtained documents showing Health Canada warned of the potential for “early pulmonary toxicity” from the SNN200642 masks which are made in China and sold and distributed by Métallifer, a Quebec-based manufacturer. “If you have this type of mask in stock, we ask that you stop distributing them and keep them in a safe place now,” the provincial government says in the directive that was sent by three ministries: education, families and higher education. Some daycare educators had been suspicious of these grey and blue masks for a while because they felt like they were swallowing cat hair while wearing them, Radio-Canada has learned.”
Patrick Baillargeon, who is charge of purchasing Quebec’s laboratory supplies, warns in a letter that Health Canada has not received any data to support the safety and efficacy of face masks containing graphene particles and therefore considers the risks associated with these medical devices unacceptable. Where’s the Aussie mainstream media shouting out a warning on this?
Thanks Vic well done.Ed
Saw Max’s preliminary video the other night. … out comes the microscope so I could have a look myself. Wo and behold those black things are there, I poked one of them with a paper clip and it seemed to be loosely attached to the top of it, which may explain the movement. The size of these fibres a lot smaller than a hair (which i put in there for comparison). Some of the others that did not move could be gently coaxed out with the aid of the paper clip. The other thing I did notice is the amount of loose ‘white’ fibres, begging the question “how many of these damn fibres are breaking off and being inhaled? (including the black ones)! To contrast I also checked 1: a bog standard tissue which did not have anywhere near the amount of loose fibres also no black ones. 2: cotton bud, no black ones and 3: cotton wool again no black ones. I may make a video later. My main point is what the .. are you breathing in, with these damned things! Who’s (no pun intended) idea was this.
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And once again the “cabal’s” plausible deniability is being exposed.