Birth rates are one of the most significant aspects of human progress. As we frequently point out, humanity is past the verge of extinction, but not because of climate change or any other Left-wing doomsday fantasy.
The truth is that the only real threat to human existence is the record low birth rates registered around the world. We have explained the causes of these low birth rates ad nauseum, so, those causes are not the topic of this article.
One aspect that has been largely overlooked during the year of plandemic is how confinement and all other restrictions have negatively affected birth rates. In other words, how COVID became a seamless tool, or weapon, to reduce birth rates even further.
I am sure you have read about how globalists intend to significantly reduce population to “save planet earth”. In recent decades, globalists understood that it is more effective to decrease population via stealth, covert methods, as supposed to visible ones, such as wars.
Achieving even lower birth rates than the ones the planet had been experiencing before is an endeavor that was praised by many of the wealthiest people on the planet. Bill Gates is one of them, but not the only one. He is simply the face of the powerful movement that seeks to decrease world population by 95% or so.
Birth rate plummets due to lockdowns
Let’s take a look what has happened in the last year, since lockdown measures were violently imposed all over the planet.
In Spain, for example, in just one month, between December of 2020 and January of 2021, registered births fell by 23%. The same numbers were registered in other countries.
The pandemic has plummeted the birth rate. That is a fact. Unfortunately, this information is not final. In other words, once the last update is made it can be even worse, but these numbers constitute the first indicator of the effects that lockdowns, enacted in March and April 2020, had over the rate of children born in December and January.
During those months, in Spain, 45,054 babies were registered as born, according to information from 3,929 computerized civil registries, corresponding to 93% of the population.
In the case of Spain, the decline will sink fertility in a country that has been experiencing declines for years. You have fewer and fewer children and you have them later. And now, with the uncertainty in which the virus has plunged society, the situation is expected to worsen. How much? When? Nobody dares to predict it, but they do venture that it will not be a crisis of a few months.
Is this a coincidence? A vile coincidence? What does confinement have to do with declining births? How can collapse in births be associated with COVID lockdowns?
It is not a coincidence, since the authorities very consciously approved and violently imposed confinement on the populations, and still do, although it is clear that confining people to reduce the rate of COVID infections or eliminate mass infection simply does not work. In fact, if it worked, we wouldn’t be confined right now, would we?
Things were not going well in Spain at all before COVID, and they have only gotten worse. According to official numbers of the main medical centers of the country, the 360,617 births in 2019 were the lowest figure in the entire history of the country since the National Institute of Statistics began registering births in 1941.
These figures are explained because right now there are fewer generations of women of childbearing age and because the moment of having the first child is gradually delayed. But to this we must now add the social and psychological consequences of the plandemic.
The main hospitals in the country saw 10% fewer new pregnancies in 2020 and deliveries have decreased at the same rate during January and February 2021. According to the newspaper EL PAIS, La Paz Hospital in Madrid has seen 14% fewer visits from the first three months of pregnancy.
There are medical care centers that do not perceive a change in this trend because the fall in the birth rate had already been registered. This is the case of the Miguel Servet Hospital, where there is a decrease of 5% year on year, which was previously observed. The Virgen del Rocío Hospital estimates a 40% reduction in deliveries 12 years.
Did the globalists not study this impact on the number of newborns before ordering their foremen in governments around the world to impose confinement by force?
The data confirm that there is a new phenomenon added to that of a progressive fall in the birth rate. In Spain, just last January, the first full month in which the consequences of confinement can be assessed, 6,889 fewer babies were registered in the civil registry than in the same month of 2020.
The difference is notable because 511 fewer children were registered in January 2020 than in that month of 2019. If the fall from 2019 to 2020 was 1.7%, to reach 23%.
The data agrees with what we expected and what we are seeing in other countries. In December, the reduction in birth rate in Italy was 21.6%. In January, births fell in France by 13%. In some states of the United States such as Florida, California or Hawaii, numbers went down between 5% to almost 20%.
Black March and Black April
March and April were the blackest months of the plandemic, the first time citizens were ordered to lock themselves at home. In those days, the streets were emptied and the dead numbered in the hundreds.
Virtually everything stopped.
In a month and a half, millions of jobs were destroyed, while the idea of a “life-saving vaccine” was already being sold. As we have seen, the vaccines are neither effective, nor safe, nor accessible.
Normal life disappeared and, amid financial difficulties, doubts about the future or health problems, many decided to delay the decision to start a family.
The decline will strongly affect those conceived in March, April and May, the hardest months of confinement. It was hoped that after the state of alarm subsided, more children would be conceived. But when the supposed second wave arrived, there was another delay, and so on with the so-called third wave. It is not advisable to extrapolate the data from the two months of confinement to the rest of the year, but the fall is expected to be strong.
“Nature” always knows what is best
Asking many friends, family and strangers, it is common to hear that the virus is a reaction of the planet to overpopulation. Many out there even dare to applaud the reduction of the population, because according to them “we are overpopulated.”
In terms of fertility decline, the effects of the plandemic are not comparable to what happened in wars, an eradication tool previously preferred by globalists.
The transfer of men to the frontlines, death and subsequent misery and purges broke the fertility rate in all the wars we have seen, but those generations had another opportunity to have children since the age to form a family was very early in life.
Even after the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic, the recovery was relatively quick: contraception was not common, and sexual practices were not related to reproduction.
In this too the globalists have been very successful. They have brainwashed millions into believing that access to condoms and pills is part of what they call “reproductive health”. They have been so successful that women feel empowered because “they can decide when and how to have children”, in a type of exercise of feminine liberation.
Unlike what has happened after wars, this time, a rebound in the birth rate is not expected. Apart from the epidemic crisis, we already have an economic crisis and we have seen the effects of the manufactured crisis of 2008, which has caused the birth rate to fall steadily.
Now we are entering a year of hiatus and we will have the lowest fertility levels ever.
We are still immersed in the embers of that economic crisis and this means that the problem is not only that there are few children, but the difference with the desire to become a mother: the majority of the population would like to have two children.
The panorama left by COVID complicates the situation. The point is that, for example, in a country where the average age of first-time mothers is 32 years, if the plandemic delays the decision for another two years, fertility will be more complicated, and the option of having a second child will be difficult.
It is likely that there are families that do not get to have that second child and that couples grow up without children.
All this has not happened by luck or any other illogical thing, as some “experts” paint it. COVID has served many purposes, all of them negative for humanity. The gap between rich and poor has widened, poverty as such has increased exponentially due to lack of access to work and adequate compensation for those who are employed; and of course, those who do not have a job or good health would never question whether they want or should procreate. It was all very well calculated.
The biggest factor is job uncertainty. Even if you do not lose your job, you are afraid of losing it and decide to wait, as unemployment and temporary employment are expected to increase. But the young adult generation caught by the 2008 crisis has already delayed vital transitions such as emancipation and starting a family. We have not yet come back from that crisis and now we are suffering from another.
The plandemic generates, on the one hand, a sense of constant alert and on the other, uncertainty. But humans make decisions according to the level of certainty, not uncertainty. This uncertainty that has invaded everything for a year now is also related to the well-being that is wanted for the children: If I understand that the pandemic can affect upbringing and development, I may decide to put off having one or two children.
Everything indicates that in 2022, when those conceived in 2021 are born, things will be even worse. The economic crisis will have further limited the emancipation capacity of young people, which is why a significant recovery in fertility is not expected. The forecasts are not good in the near future.
There is a birth crisis and that means that humanity is following a rocky road towards the general extinction of the population.