Covid masks might make men infertile
No good evidence suggests they reduce viral infection rates, but masks shed plastics that reduce sperm count and motility in mice. Good chance it’s happening to humans too. (Updated 10/15/22)
Polystyrene (plastic) particles are shed by Covid masks and have been shown to cause infertility in male mice by lowering sperm count and motility.
Because of similarities in testicular function between mice and humans, it’s reasonable to suspect this is also happening in men who wear Covid masks.
And we must determine what Covid vaccines appear to be doing to some pregnancies.
Birth rates in countries where Europeans live are dropping.
Infertility from masks might hide infertility from vaccines
Studies looking for Covid vaccine effects on male fertility might be confounded if both vaccinated and unvaccinated (control) groups of men have been rendered less fertile by Covid masks. Research is needed on this.
Aiming at depopulation
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They’re forcing you to wear plastics-shedding masks that have no high-quality evidence of reducing viral infection rates and that are evidently a symbol of the public’s submission and ignorance, which rabbis indicate are to have people accept servitude and vaccine passport slavery that provides the control necessary for certain killings to occur.
Infertility from Covid masks might be another of their goals.