Eugenics, Infertility & Population Growth CRISIS Part 4
Eugenics is all about controlling the population. This is not a lost art – it is an evolved art that they have perfected. The U.S. population growth hit a historic 80-year low last year and the entire world population growth is on a downward spiral, particularly in western countries. This is due to a decrease in the number of births and an increase in the number of deaths, along with an infertility crisis. How did this happen?
• While the birth rate is declining, infertility is rapidly rising, immigration is climbing to be the “new replacement population” for the U.S. which has been projected to tip the scales after 2030.
• The U.S. birth rate has fallen to the lowest in 30 years, and men’s sperm count has reduced by 50% over the past 40 years in western countries.
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• There is a direct link between the HPV vaccine and infertility rates, and since 1991 the birth rate for teenagers has declined 67%.
READ Parts 1–3 first:
Part 1: Eugenics, Infertility & Population Growth Crisis (extensive historical timeline)
Part 2: The Rockefeller Foundation’s Plan to Sterilize Through Anti-fertility Vaccines & Crops
Part 3: DNA Collection and Biotechnology Companies
Population Control on Multiple Fronts
Between 2000–2018 there has been a significant decrease in natural population in the U.S. The “natural increase” on the chart below indicates the number of births minus the number of deaths. Meanwhile, immigration is on the rise and is projected to be the primary contributor to national population growth after 2030 as natural increase continues to decline.
Between 2010 and 2018 the population of those under the age of 18 declined by 780,000 (1%), while the adult population grew by 19.2 million (8%). The child population declined in 29 states. Nearly one-fifth of all states lost population in recent years. Notice the states with the population growth in 2017-2018 directly pertain to immigration. All of this is indicative of a growing older population that is going to need to be cared for. Additionally, most sources reporting on this are stating that immigration is “vitally important” because it will be the future contributor to America’s growing society and economy.
President Donald Trump just suggested last week that he wants to delay the 2020 census following a Supreme Court ruling that its form cannot include a question about citizenship until they justify the change in Census Bureau practice. People go door to door asking specific personal questions about the individuals residing in each home in this country, yet there is a dispute over being able to ask people if they are citizens of this country. Ask yourself why. They most certainly do not want a count on the number of undocumented immigrants living in this country.
“Seems totally ridiculous that our government, and indeed Country, cannot ask a basic question of Citizenship in a very expensive, detailed and important Census, in this case for 2020,” the president tweeted after the decision.
For years all we’ve heard is how overpopulated we are and how population control is necessary. All the while, there have been declines on every front – all tied into the agendas of those wishing to create a one world, socialist agenda – a melting pot, with the same rules, same playbook, and controlling figures.
Hillary Clinton’s former campaign chair and counselor to former president Barack Obama, John Podesta believes that climate change is really about women’s rights. Come again? Just last year he stressed his concern over the burden to the environment due to “population growth.” Perhaps he missed the data on fertility, birth rate, and population growth over the past two decades? Basically, his op-ed in the Washington Post is a rambling about how the United Nations has committed to universal access to sexual and reproductive health care as part of the 2015 Sustainable Development Goals. He also felt it important to share that “new data from the United Nations found that if girls in the developing world all received secondary education, we would see a 42% decline in the fertility rate.” See that – they don’t hide their agenda, they just disguise it with trying to confuse people into believing that we are all going to die by 2030 if we don’t stop having babies, because the “climate changes” are going to swallow us whole. Fear tactics.
Let us not forget, the bizarre Georgia Guidestones – a monument erected in 1980 in Elbert County, Georgia – consisting of 10 guidelines inscribed in eight modern languages. The story goes: in 1979 a man by the “pseudonym” Robert C. Christian had a granite finishing company produce them for a group of “anonymous loyal Americans” that had been planning this for 20 years, and wished to remain anonymous. He instructed them to inscribe the following message on the 19’ stone slabs, in English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Traditional Chinese, and Russian, and the slabs were all to be erected in a very specific manner based around astronomy.
• Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
• Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
• Unite humanity with a living new language.
• Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
• Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
• Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
• Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
• Balance personal rights with social duties.
• Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
• Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.
Whereas most would probably agree with some of these statements, there are obvious ones that are disconcerting. The irony is the sentence written in Wikipedia: “The anonymity of the guidestones’ authors and their apparent advocacy for population control, eugenics and internationalism have made them a target for controversy and “conspiracy theory.”
This is a perfect example of perpetuating the term “conspiracy theory,” when that sentence could have concluded with “controversy.” The conspiracy is quite evident. Enough said.
Birth, Fertility, and Abortion Rates
The U.S. birth rate has fallen to the lowest level in 32 years. Brady Hamilton, a statistician and demographer at the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics reported that the total number of births in 2018 was down 2% from 2017 and that the general fertility is also at a record low. This is lower than after the Great Depression, and is nowhere near enough for the population to reproduce itself.
The CDC offers no explanation as to why birth rates are declining, and this same pattern is happening in many developed countries, according to Dr. John W. Row, a professor at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. As a result of this decline, Rowe said “Long term it means we’re going to have an increasing proportion of older people. All the projections about what percent of the population will be elderly in 5, 10, 20 years from now were made with the assumption that the birth rate would be stable.”
A study by the Guttmacher Institute found that “accidental pregnancies” have fallen by 18% in recent years, the lowest level in 30 years being between 2008 and 2011. “We suggest that the decline is likely due to increases in the use of contraception,” the Guttmacher Institute said in a statement. Their report showed declines among women of all ages, incomes, race, and ethnicity groups. The use of IUDs tripled between 2007 and 2012.
The abortion rate declined to the lowest level in 10 years due to a significant decline in unintended pregnancies and contraception, access to abortion providers, shifts in economy and childbearing desires. The largest decline was seen in the rate of abortions between those aged 15-19, which fell 54%. According to a 2017 report on “Sexual Activity and Contraceptive use Among Teenagers in the United States: 2011-2015,” by the National Center for Health Statistics, condoms (97%) remained the most commonly used birth control method, followed by withdrawal (60%) and the pill (56%). Of those 4,134 male and females teens that were questioned in this study, only 42% of the females and 44% of the males had actually had sex, while the others had abstained.
With all of this said, let’s put this in perspective:
The trend in teenagers having sexual intercourse between the ages of 15-19, from 2002–2015 is the difference of a 4% drop in females, and a 2% drop in males.
The use of contraception among females between 2002–2015 has increased 3% with condoms, 5% with withdrawal, a 2% increase with implants, and a big increase of 15% with emergency contraception, otherwise known as “the morning after pill.” On the flipside, there is a 4% decrease in Depo-Provera (the pill). It’s important to note that “the morning after pill” was first approved by the FDA in 1998.
So we have teenagers that are just as sexually active as they’ve been since 2002, a slight increase in condom use and the unsafe method of withdrawal, and a sizeable increase in the morning after pill, while decreasing the daily pill. Taking all of this into account, does the 15% increase in the use of the morning after pill account for the “record low” teenage birth rate, which fell 7% in 2018 compared to 2017? In looking at all of these numbers, how does this account for the significant decrease of 54% in abortions in teenagers aged 15-19? Is it possible they are unable to become pregnant? Since 1991, the birthrate for teenagers has declined 67%. Though CDC statistics report percentages of infertility for various age groups, they are basing this on a very small sampling, just as in the survey above, which only accounted for 4,134 teenagers. Yet, abortion facilities should have their numbers well documented, which brought them to the conclusion of a 54% reduction with teenage abortions.
The overall increase in the use of the “morning after pill” between women ages 15–44 is quite significant. From 2002 to 2015, there has been an 18% increase is use.
Between 1973, when abortion was legalized, and 2014, there have been 60,942,033 abortions in the U.S.
How important is “family planning” to Bill & Melinda Gates? The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has paid out over $34 million to Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. in the name of “family planning,” since 2014. They have given millions upon millions to several other Clinton “initiatives” throughout the years as well. To date, they have funded Planned Parenthood over $81 million for “family planning,” and that doesn’t include the $28 million they gave to them via the Global Fund. This doesn’t even begin to touch on the millions – likely billions – they have given to population councils and numerous other “family planning” groups.
Bill Gates explains his theory of lowering the population in this TedTalk 2010 appearance (at 4:15 in), stating that the population needs to be lowered…. “Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15%.”
What About Men’s Fertility Rate?
On April 29, 2019 Tucker Carlson had Dr. Hagai Levine on his show to discuss the alarming decline in male sperm count in men in the west, which has fallen over 50% in the last 40 years. That is astronomical! Despite the numbers rapidly declining in recent years, scientists don’t seem to be studying the reasons why, and no one would appear to be reporting on this, aside from Tucker. When Tucker asked Dr. Levine what he believed could be the source of this, Levine reiterated that they haven’t studied it enough, but that they do know chemicals and pesticides definitely effect sperm. Reuters covered this in an article as well, stating that sperm counts in men from America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand have dropped by more than 50 percent in less than 40 years. This raises the question – why aren’t scientists studying this, and why aren’t the multitude of “population” agencies concerned about this? Why is no one talking about it?
The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Vaccine Connection to Infertility
The Children’s Health Defense did a fantastic report in November 2018 regarding a link between the HPV vaccine and soaring infertility. They began with covering the facts about the increasing rates of infertility across the globe. Aside from the United States reporting the lowest birth rate in 30 years, despite its economic boom, Finland’s birth rate is the lowest in 150 years, Denmark and Poland are running campaigns encouraging couples to breed, and Russia has introduced a string of reforms. The list also includes the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Japan, and Australia. What they don’t mention in this report – is the obvious – coinciding with this rapid decline, immigrants are being flown, bussed, and boated into nearly all of these locations to fill this void. Coincidence?
While the media and big power players have all carried on endlessly about the need for population control due to “overpopulation,” the reality is, it was already being controlled and decreased. It just wasn’t being talked about.
The CDC reports that one in eight women have trouble conceiving and bearing a child. Surely it doesn’t help that male sperm count is down 50%. Another staggering figure, that doesn’t happen to be mentioned in this report, is that the maternal mortality rate for women in the US has increased by 26.6% from 2000 to 2014. While Congress got together in 2018 to gather millions in determining what is causing the maternal mortality rate to increase, nothing is being done about researching why there is a huge increase in infertility in this country. Why is that? Well, despite the large increase, it still only accounts for 700 women a year that die as a result of pregnancy or delivery complications. Whereas there were 3,853,472 babies born in 2017 versus 3,941,109 born in 2016. That’s a difference of 87,637 with a continued decline in the birth rate each year, but this number isn’t important. Ask yourself why.
The Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health released a study that looked at a database of eight million American women and found a 25 percent increase in childlessness associated with the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, in tandem with a marked decline in fecundity. Despite this, no one in the medical profession or media is talking about it or seemingly doing anything about it, being as the vaccine is still being pushed, and some states are trying to add it to the mandatory vaccine schedule for children. Of course, Merck and GSK are the manufacturers. We know how this all turned out in India and with the 200 victims in the U.S., as documented in part 1 of the eugenics timeline. The CDC went on to claim they are still “safe.”
The HPV vaccine was approved by the FDA in 2006 to prevent cervical cancer that only 0.6% of women face, yet they have heavily pushed the HPV vaccine globally, and are now trying to make it mandatory in some states. Scientists and health agencies have ignored the documented toxicity to reproductive organs. They have brushed off 45,277 reports of adverse events.
Read the full report and documentation on the HPV vaccine situation here.
A Sampling of Global Statistics on Birth Rate Declines:
World Fertility Rate Decline:
Notice anything interesting with most of these charts? There seems to be a big dip between 2009–2010. Something to note.
This was just a small sampling of all of the reports available. Not every country in the world is in a decline, as there are some that have plateaued such as Canada and the United Kingdom, and a handful that have slightly increased such as Sweden, Switzerland and Ukraine, but most are on a decline. Nearly all of the islands along the Caribbean that the Clintons, Gates, Soros, Branson, and others are working with for their “tourism” and “climate change” agendas – have all seen a significant decline in birth rates as well.
What Does All of This Explain?
One might say, “but how does any of the above have anything to do with eugenics or those in a position of power trying to control the population?” Simple: By pushing “the morning after pill,” which has gained an enormous amount of traction, they are reducing the birth rate. This is intentional. By pushing abortions, and extending them to full-term abortions, they are reducing the birth rate. This is intentional. By attempting to scare young adults into not reproducing due to climate change or the overpopulation farce, they are controlling a narrative that some young adults are buying into. This is intentional. By spending decades pushing “gender equality” and “equal rights for women” and the pink-hat-wearing feminists that don’t even know what they are fighting for – they have been striving for women to work instead of being homemakers and raising a family, hence no babies. This is intentional. By pushing taking the morning after pill or getting abortions through commercials, tv shows, and movies, this is normalizing it. This is intentional. By pushing for mass immigration, while disregarding the health and well-being of the elderly, homeless, and veterans, it is increasing the flow of immigration and potential disease and further crime, while also increasing the death rate due to negligence. This is all intentional.
By forcing mandated vaccinations, it is causing higher levels of both children and adults to become sick, autistic, paralyzed, sterilized, and in some cases death. This is all very well documented. If one doubts this, ask yourself, why did the government payout $4.1 billion in injury and death claims since 1988? Just for kicks? Why did they only vaccinate millions of females in Kenya, causing them to be sterilized? If one doubts that these mandates are being misconstrued as “forced,” take a look at the letter from the department of education sent out to parents and guardians of a school in New York. They will send Child Protective Services (CPS) after you, if you do not comply. That’s about the worst threat a parent can receive, given their horrific background with needlessly pulling children out of homes and placing them in foster care, which is the number one hotspot for children being trafficked in the US. Just this week, another school sent out the same threat.
Still fooled by the CPS system? There are thousands of cases you can research on your own. Look into CPS medical kidnapping, for starters. One case just concluded this week, where a California woman’s infant son was taken by CPS and given a full body medical test, along with 13 vaccines without a warrant or parental consent. This is a story everyone should read to see just how CPS can take your child with little to no reason. The mother just won a lawsuit in this case, but most parents aren’t that fortunate, and sadly, her child has been dosed with 13 vaccines.
This sort of thing is happening across the globe, not just in the United States. Italy just arrested 18 people including a mayor, doctors and social workers for allegedly brainwashing vulnerable children into thinking their parents had abused them. They did this to sell them to foster parents, then proceeded to hide any gifts and letters that were sent by the real parents. Some of these foster parents have been accused of sexually abusing the children they paid for. These are NESTS, and they are everywhere. People in power positions, that most would trust, are the ones behind these nests. Why is this relevant here? Because it’s part of the overall equation. Understand those in positions of power, recognize their motives, and be vigilant. They are not always who they say they are, and oftentimes their intentions are the opposite of what they project.
Article posted with permission from Corey Lynn, originally posted at CoreysDigs.com