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Why did birth rates suddenly drop?

Mike Campbell

July 5, 2022

A Hungarian MP is questioning whether the COVID vaccines are linked to the dramatic drop in birth rates.

Why did birth rates suddenly drop?
Why did birth rates suddenly drop?

“In January this year, something happened that has not happened for decades,” said MP Dúró Dóra, speaking to Parliament.

“The birth rate fell by 20% compared to the same period last year. And what is even more worrying is that the fertility has also fallen — something not seen since 2011.”

 “… a researcher at the KRTK Institute of Economics points out that this drastic decline came just nine months after the COVID mass vaccinations began in Hungary.”

Indeed, many countries are experiencing unprecedented drops this year compared to previous years.

For example, in Germany, the average amount of births between January-March of 2016-2021 was 61,873. But in 2022, it was 54,871 — a drop of over 7,000.

And in Sweden, between January and April of 2022, there were 35,454 births, compared to an average of 38,085 over the previous three years during the same period — a drop of roughly 6.9%.

However, the worst off could be in highly-vaccinated Taiwan.

“There were 9,442 babies born in May 2022, which decreased 23.24% compared with the same month last year,” reads the department of household registration’s May 2022 update.

To pinpoint what’s causing these unusual drops in birth rates, it’s reasonable to question if mass inoculation of the global population with an experimental vaccine last year could be related. (Though some mainstream outlets are trying to suggest that global warming is to blame.) 

Moreover, it’s worth recalling that this comes just weeks after a peer-reviewed study revealed that Pfizer’s vaccine “temporarily” impairs men’s sperm counts.

Additionally, as reported in Epoch Times, obstetrician-gynecologist specialist Dr. James Thorp said in April:

“I’ve seen many, many, many complications in pregnant women, in moms and in fetuses, in children, offspring, fetal death, miscarriage, death of the fetus inside the mom… What I’ve seen in the last two years is unprecedented.”

But Thorpe says doctors are under a de facto gag order to remain quiet and risk losing their jobs for speaking out.

In Canada, health ministers have also threatened doctors for going against their narrative.

And all this comes while authorities are ramping up calls for more vaccines — because the first three weren’t good enough, apparently. 

Overall, while none of this is conclusive, the fact that the massive drop off in births occurred the year after a global COVID vaccination campaign, rather than the year after the COVID pandemic began (2020-2021), justifies an in-depth investigation by qualified professionals into the root cause of the unusual decline in birthrates.

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