Man wears a swastika face mask because ‘being forced to wear is like living in Nazi Germany’

A YouTuber has talked about why he wears a swastika wearing a face mask, which he is said to wear as a Nazi living in Germany.

The similarities are not quite clear. The Nazi was a fascist party, under whose reign millions of people were killed. Face masks have been advised by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a means to help prevent the spread of coronaviruses with the hope of saving lives.

However, for Brad Braddock – who has previously declared ‘mask is nonsense’ [sic]’- Being asked to wear a face mask in public is a part of the socialist agenda, and wearing one is only complying with’ this new normal ‘.

You can see Braddock’s arguments for yourself below:

In the video, titled ‘Reality Check’! Welcome to the new normal! ‘, Braddock says he has now bought his first face mask despite his earlier resistance, which shows his new purchase to disappoint the audience.

In the video, which has been viewed more than 16,000 times at the time of writing, Brad described the mask as being ‘kind of cute’, before moving ‘socialists’ out on Comey News to us Should tell that we should follow this new normal ‘.

These socialists have to love to enforce their opinions and their beliefs and make it law, everyone must do so now. Or what else? Are you going to arrest me? You know, I’m sure you would like to arrest me and put me in jail and what not.

While it can be mildly inconvenient to remember to wear a face mask at times, comparing it with Nazi Germany is clearly top-notch, not to mention offensive to all who go through such dark times Lived from

Braddock has previously produced videos criticizing face masks. In one video, ‘Masks and organized crime!’ The title describes Braddock coronovirus as an ‘imaginary threat’.

Even though Braddock had a reasonable explanation for his choice of face mask – which he does not – it is never, ever okay to bear a swastika on his clothes, a symbol that for so many people Keeps it so scary and heartache.

Given the polarized state of the world, it is perhaps not too surprising that people would describe a political meaning that is essentially a sensible security precaution.

However, with the US now close to five million cases of coronovirus, it is worrying that people like Braddock are sharing such unsupported and divisive principles, somehow devising their reckless approach as being rebellious Huh.

It is not right to panic about everything going on in the world right now. The purpose of LADbible and UNILAD with our campaign, Cutting Through, is to provide our community with facts and stories to those who are either qualified to comment or face the first situation. For more information from the World Health Organization, click here.


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