CDC says U.S. birth rates are down, death rates are up

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported that U.S. birth rates were down in 2017 by more than two percent compared to 2016. The downward, depopulating trend has been observed in recent years. The CDC also said that death rates were up, with heart disease, stroke, and Alzheimer’s becoming all too common.

This is all good news for Bill Gates and other eugenics cheerleaders who openly call for depopulation efforts. In a 2010 TED presentation, Microsoft mogul Bill Gates talked about combating climate change by reducing the world’s population. Gates, who spends hundreds of millions of dollars on vaccine development and deployment, argues that: “The world today has 6.8 billion people… that’s headed up to about 9 billion. 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 percent.”

He presented a formula for reducing CO2 emissions: CO2 = People x Services per person x Energy per service x CO2 per energy unit. In order to get CO2 to zero, Gates said, “probably one of these numbers is going to have to get pretty close to zero.” Since the adoption of Bill Gates’ Common Core curriculum in public schools, textbooks have indoctrinated the next generation about the “problem of overpopulation.”

Some of the world’s richest and most powerful people believe that human population should be controlled at a level desirable to them (much like China’s one child policy.) Since then, the world has also witnessed the discovery of vaccines laced with sterilization chemicals, targeting African children.

Death from chronic disease rising, as America spends into oblivion on healthcare

The CDC said deaths from “age-related” diseases are on the rise, even though conditions such as Alzheimer’s aren’t necessarily age-related. Alzheimer’s has been linked to the accumulation of heavy metals (such as the aluminum found in vaccines) passing through the blood and blood-brain barrier to destroy memory processes. In a cause and effect world, age isn’t a contributing factor to disease. Bad habits established over time cause chronic disease, but time alone doesn’t cause pain, suffering, and decimated cellular health.

Unfortunately, America doesn’t have the best healthcare system in the world. The increasing rate of disease came at a time when Americans were paying the most they ever had for healthcare. There are rarely any results — only a diseased, dying population. This is because true healthcare starts at the cellular level of the individual, with one’s relationship to the soil, its healthy microbes and minerals being most important. How can a population thrive if it is disconnected from the plants that spring forth from the ground, the plants that provide all the vitamins, enzymes, prebiotics, healthy fats, and antioxidants required for healthy development and a fulfilling quality of life?

Birth rates in steady decline as infertility issues continue

Birth rates have fallen steadily since 2007 and were at their highest in 1990. Currently, the birth rate is 59.2 per 1,000 women. As Bill Gates said, reproductive health services (birth control pills) are slowing conception rates. Not to mention, there are now more endocrine disrupting chemicals in the environment than ever before, disrupting human hormones that govern human fertility. Atrazine and BPA are two examples of chemicals that compromise human fertility.  More men and women are infertile because of the amount of chemicals their bodies are exposed to, lowering sperm count and restricting their ability to assimilate nutrients needed for healthy reproduction. Sexual behaviors that discourage reproduction and gender change surgeries have become increasing glorified and promoted, also contributing to lower birth rates. Along with this, young adults are spending lots of time online, going to college longer, living off their parent’s dime longer, and are afraid to mature and start a family of their own.

Sources include:

comments powered by Disqus