November 6, 2012
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are reporting that as of 2011, fertility rates have declined among women younger than thirty-five. The overall birth rate for the US is the lowest it’s been in recorded history.
With current fertility rates falling to an estimated 0.7%, there will be a 30% reduction in population with the next generation. Globally, there is a real decline in births that results in a below-replacement rate in nearly every nation.
Mark Mather, a demographer for Population Reference Bureau (PRB) attributes this trend to women not only choosing not to have children, but also the economic crisis facing America as having a palatable effect on women’s ability to conceive. “The economy is definitely having some effect on fertility and we know that from previous decades during the Great Depression we saw a pretty significant drop in fertility and then again in the 1970′s. We weren’t too surprised to see a decline in fertility during this most recent economic downturn.”
The UN, in conjunction with the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the World Bank (WB) has pushed for population reduction. In a document from the WB entitled “World Development Report 1984”, the maintenance of population stabilization is outlined as crucial to the success of independent nations. According to the report, “What governments and their people do today to influence our demographic future will set the terms for the development strategy well into the next century. Failure to act now to slow growth is likely to mean a lower quality of life for millions of people.”
The focus of this document is to reinforce the myth that the world’s human populations are exceeding the ability of the earth to sustain them. And as a result, there is a growing problem revolving around poverty and hunger.
The WB proposes that governments and private institutions must use propaganda to coerce their citizens into choosing to not have children, or implement pharmacological answers to forcibly create infertility within the population. By adhering to this strategy, this will “[ensure] that people have only the children they want, might not be enough to bring private and socially desired fertility into balance. Economic and social policies are indispensable.
Eliminating subsidies to large families, offering financial incentives for smaller families, imposing disincentives for larger families . . .”
By using ‘system quotas” such as restrictions mandated in China, with “the accompanying pressure to have an abortion when a woman becomes pregnant without permission, [there is] an additional policy step over and above the system of incentives and disincentives.”
John F. May, lead demographer for the WB and collaborator with the Center for Global Development (CGD), believes that “population policy is a set of interventions implemented by government officials to better manage” the growth of national populations. May explains that although this may sound alarming, population policies can control the amount of people living in low income areas and immigration. By using “population policies [and] policy levers or targeted actions such as vaccination campaigns or family planning to change certain key variables” the manufactured problem of overpopulation can be controlled.
In line with May’s thinking, a study published in 2011 confirmed that “nations that require more vaccine doses tend to have higher infant mortality rates.”
The authors of the study conclude that “a closer inspection of correlations between vaccine doses, biochemical or synergistic toxicity, and IMRs, is essential.”- but naively concluded that “All nations—rich and poor, advanced and developing—have an obligation to determine whether their immunization schedules are achieving their desired goals.”
In 1968, the Rockefeller Foundation released a report explaining the development of anti-fertility vaccines to be produced and used globally. In the report, it is explained that “. . . several types of drugs are known to diminish male fertility, but those that have been tested have serious problems of toxicity. Very little work is in progress on immunological methods, such as vaccines, to reduce fertility, and much more research is required if a solution is to be found here.”
Intervention into human fertility can be facilitated with pharmacological answers beyond contraceptives. The advent of contraceptive vaccines uses the human immune system “to induce antibodies against hormones or other molecules involved in human reproduction.”
Scientific research into the viability of fertility-controlling vaccines has been largely spear-headed by WHO. Potentially successful creations have been moved into the clinical trial phase with the intention of being used in family planning programs in third world countries.
The Task Force on Vaccines for Fertility Regulation (TFVFR) was created to infiltrate those measures with the vaccines designated for fertility neutralization by altering human hormone production that would be necessary for embryo implantation in women so that pregnancy could not be possible.
During the clinical phase of a trial contraceptive vaccine, the TFVFR would make sure that those volunteers were effectively sterilized and, if necessary, intensify the effects of the vaccine so that there would be no risk of unintended pregnancy by intercepting the female hormonal circulation and therefore disrupt embryotic development.
Globally, there is a palatable infertility crisis as those women in developing nations are having difficulty getting pregnant. As eugenicists continue to plague populations with drugs that cause infertility, there is a move by the medical community to capitalize on this problem by classifying it as a disease of the reproductive system that requires research and an eventual medical answer. The schemes of the globalists come with a profitable backdoor plan.
Family planning methods and ideology can only be as effective as the psychological temperament of the society, yet anti-fertility vaccines will prevent population growth regardless of the flow of the people in sovereign nations. Constant development of new systems of fertility regulation is the motivation of the Special Program of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction. According to their document entitled “Fertility Regulating Vaccines”, outlines that advancements in technology can be carefully implemented through “close collaboration” with pharmaceutical corporations and deceminated through governmental and private sector service providers for the aim of causing a real drop in fertility rates without drawing attention to the perpetrators of the problem.
In another eugenicist agenda study, co-author Matthew Bonds explains that poverty is only a problem when there are too many people on the planet. However, remove those people and the problem disappears.