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    Germany: Birth Rates Drop Dramatically in 2022 – Is it Caused by Covid Injections?


    Germany: Birth Rates Drop Dramatically in 2022 – Is it Caused by Covid Injections?

    August 1, 2022|Fertility, Inquiry, Misinformed Media, Politics, Pregnancy, Research, Vax Damage, World

    The reduced birth rate during January to March 2022 in Germany compared to the previous seven years is 6.6 sigma – a 1 in 12.5 billion chance. Something dramatic had to have happened to stop conception from occurring during March to June 2021.



    It’s not only Germany that’s seeing a reduction in birth rates: Taiwan, the UK, Hungary, Sweden and US are also recording reduced birth rates – and British corporate media is “celebrating.”

    The common usage of the term “sigma” in statistics stems from the use of the lower-case Greek letter “σ” to denote volatility. A standard deviation (“SD”) calculation is usually used to compute volatility, so sigma and one standard deviation have become interchangeable. A standard deviation is an always positive measure of how much variation there is in a data set. If the data doesn’t move around much (e.g., the daily high temperature in Hawaii) the standard deviation will be low. If the data moves around a lot, then the standard deviation will be higher.

    A 6-sigma event assumes a 0.000000197% probability of occurrence. In other words, once every 1.38 million years. However, nox.im warns, that a six-sigma event isn’t that rare. It is only that rare if the probability distribution is normal.
    We have previously published numerous articles on the effects of Covid injections on fertility, which can be found HERE and HERE. However, as we are not statisticians or mathematicians, we are unable to argue for or against the probability or rarity of the decline in birth rates. But the correlation to the roll-out of the Covid injection is significant.
    German Birth Data

    By Dr Ah Kahn Syed
    It is happening and it keeps happening, and the media can try and suppress it as much as they want. This is a “thing”.

    The German birth data has just been released and updated to April 2022 and continues to show an 11% drop from the average for the last 7 years and a 13% drop from 2021.

    The drop from the previous 7 years is 6.6 sigma. It’s a never event.

    A bunch of authors including Jikkyleaks, Igor Chudov and Josh Guetzgow raised the flags on the sudden drop in birth rates only to be censored or “fact-checked.”
    Well, fact-check this. A 6.6 sigma event is a 1 in 12.5 billion chance.
    But sure, there’s nothing to see here. Move along.



    Much more here:

    https://worldfreedomalliance.org/au/...id-injections/
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    [02-10, 17:08] renownedwolf: same reason as the missus then.. give me stuff/affection..though she doesnt need me to let her out in the garden for a poo..

    [02-10, 17:09] Chlodovech: that's more than I can say of Thoreidar

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    [02-10, 17:07] Chlodovech: cats may have a reason for meowing too

    [02-10, 17:08] renownedwolf: same reason as the missus then.. give me stuff/affection..though she doesnt need me to let her out in the garden for a poo..

    [02-10, 17:09] Chlodovech: that's more than I can say of Thoreidar

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    [21-03, 14:55] Coillearnach: lol, I hate those qs that are like “do you side with your country even if it’s wrong”, bitch I am the equivalent of a Palestinian at this point, what country would that be

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    Bet there will be more snake oil sold to people that want to have children. Wonder who the companies will be offering this. Or more interesting who are the investors/sponsors of those companies?

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    Given the poor attitudes about starting and raising a family along with the high costs and sacrifices involved living in overcrowded cities makes children less desirable to couples. Covid 19 delayed couples from having children as younger people lost jobs. Many women who had good health avoided taking the shots due to no studies or unknown effects on the fetus. I think some doctors publicly said not to take it. Overall, I think people need to be exposed to child culture where they see the benefits of having children. Food costs are ridiculous at this time and rent too along with the media's zealous fear tactics of Covid 19. This only delays child-bearing among the more educated, younger people who see food and housing is needed to expand their family size. Germanic poor don't believe in shifting costs of childcare onto grandparents or the State unlike 3rd World immigrants; it's partly how we're raised. So, we curb the birthing rates in tougher times as recorded from the Plague and WW2.

    It'll also be harder for young couples with children among an aging society like Austria, Italy, Croatia, or Japan as the resources "dry up" with less support toward a child culture. Families even relocate to higher concentrated family zones or neighborhoods. Then, the companies and governments flood us with mass immigration to fill these "gaps" for elder care and strengthening consumer sales. I don't see a way out unless we set retirement at 75 and demand longer work years with halting most immigration, and place more emphasis on families with less taxing and burdens. People have to act like a group (unified culture) without competing for a monopoly on resources.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winterland View Post
    Given the poor attitudes about starting and raising a family along with the high costs and sacrifices involved living in overcrowded cities makes children less desirable to couples. Covid 19 delayed couples from having children as younger people lost jobs. Many women who had good health avoided taking the shots due to no studies or unknown effects on the fetus. I think some doctors publicly said not to take it. Overall, I think people need to be exposed to child culture where they see the benefits of having children. Food costs are ridiculous at this time and rent too along with the media's zealous fear tactics of Covid 19. This only delays child-bearing among the more educated, younger people who see food and housing is needed to expand their family size. Germanic poor don't believe in shifting costs of childcare onto grandparents or the State unlike 3rd World immigrants; it's partly how we're raised. So, we curb the birthing rates in tougher times as recorded from the Plague and WW2.....
    In previous ages couples had more kids, since that meant having additional work hands in the house, field and shop. The children got "on the job training" so to speak.

    That has gradually changed after industrialization and with the rise of the welfare state. You don't need kids to look after you with old age. The government is going to do that for you. Child Labor has been banned and propaganda against is almost as obnoxious as a shoah constrictor. They always show you kids in dire circumstance working in the dirt... They would be so much better off in school learning about the 72 genders and the Holocaust. Kids are also an additional expense. Simple Clothing isn't enough. They must get expensive clothing, their own rooms, participate in expensive activities, get all the new toys (overpriced plastic trash from China). Then they must be sent to college no matter how dumb they actually are and made believe that they are special, smart, eloquent and morally superior (if they denounce White people, patriarchy and Christianity).

    But to be milder kids are a liability now. Not inherently, but its a cultural demand that you only spend money on them. And then there is the thing that you yourself have to spend money on frivolities. Newest Car, Fancy Clothing, Expensive house, luxurious Holidays. For that you have to get a degree and work a long job. Best the wife is also employed... Otherwise she would be a housewife and that's "patriarchy" and it's so dumb having to work for your hubby at home providing it for the family. Rather work for a couple of bosses that pay you peanuts and get rich by your work, right?! You still can pretend to be happy without kids, just show off the newest consumer goods to the Joneses....

    So there is already bad attitudes present unconducive to family and kids. Add to that the uncertainty of relationships and the risk that this actually got for men in present culture (Whose going to be fleeced during a divorce? the husband, who gets to oversee the kids, the wife... Who gets paid to sustain a life style: the wife again. Who suffers most: The kids). Huge incentives against marriage and kids there. If you still decide to marry, have kids and lead a decent life.... You still have to deal with a society that changed significantly. Social cohesion is bad. Kids are being preyed upon. If it isn't perverts, some migrants may take care of them. In school they get indoctrinate, so you loose them anyway... At least in a sense that's true.

    So while there is still a high wealth level in Western societies... The table is actually stack against parents deciding to get many children. Nevertheless it is probably the most rewarding investment you can make. It's a risk, but they will be better than insurance, stock exchange investment or whatever people do to secure their personal future.

    That's way they came up with other means to increase destruction.

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    Kids cost money and from an emotional point of view we are living in very unstable times at the moment. I don't blame people for not having kids, there is also the whole thing of them being brainwashed by the State in schools.

    Population growth is dying everywhere. Even China is starting to get worried. On another note, this drop in births reported in Germany would include all ethnicities.
    I grew up on a belief of honour, courage and the old world values. The world isn't about that anymore, preferring to die a slow death of fast food and cheap thrills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theunissen View Post
    In previous ages couples had more kids, since that meant having additional work hands in the house, field and shop. The children got "on the job training" so to speak.That has gradually changed after industrialization and with the rise of the welfare state. You don't need kids to look after you with old age. The government is going to do that for you. Child Labor has been banned and propaganda against is almost as obnoxious as a shoah constrictor.
    The Amish do not participate in Social Security programs and do well with their birthrate. They sometimes buy out half a small town to expand their growing communities. I was shocked to see so many young faces with children as I drove through a heavily Amish section. They did not look like the average middle aged and senior community in many smaller towns throughout the US. Like Japan, Taiwan, and Austria, you see so many older people with fewer young children. Half the world is shrinking; the latter half such as South Asia and Africa has uncontrollable birth rates, mainly Muslims.

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