Australia has seen a dramatic 63 percent decrease in births following the rollout of the toxic COVID jabs.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, from October to November in 2021, there was a 21 per cent decrease in births (when compared with the average over a 10-year period), and from November to December there was a 63 per cent decrease. December was nine months after the roll-out of the COVID vaccines.
Lifesitenews.com reports: It is possible that some of these numbers will be revised, but should the trend continue Australia will finish up with empty maternity wards. Even the propagandists running government media departments, and the so-called journalists mimicking everything they say, will have trouble hiding that problem.
There is, of course, some doubt about what might fully explain this. But there is no doubt that something is very wrong. There is also no doubt that if the “authorities,” especially those who are laughably referred to as public servants, say nothing, as they surely will not, then it will once again prove they are a menace to the public they are supposed to serve.
There will be attempts to throw doubt on what the statistics mean. “Correlation is not causation; how do we know the vaccines caused the problem? How do we know the trend will continue? There are multiple causes of birth problems, so how do we know which ones had an influence? Oh dear, it is all so complex, and only those of us trained in the empirical method and familiar with medical terminology could possibly understand – unlike you.”
It will be misdirection. Instead of answering the only relevant question – “Why is this happening?” – the strategy will inevitably be to attack attempts by the public to explain the cause. That is why former Federal Senator George Christensen sensibly only asked a question: “Is the jab to blame?” in his article on the ABS data. He no doubt realizes that drawing conclusions opens you up to attacks.
The answers are, of course, not available, and may take years. But it is not hard to mount a circumstantial case that the so-called vaccines are very likely to have been responsible. Establishing aetiology is always difficult; the human body is complex. But when the clinical trial data from Pfizer – which they tried to hide for 75 years – points to multiple problems affecting fertility, it looks very much like a smoking gun.
Naomi Wolf and a team of investigators have uncovered many issues that were known about before the release of the vaccine, and which should have been known by the Therapeutic Goods Administration, the government body tasked with approving new drugs in Australia (although one would not be surprised if they just followed the US Federal Drugs Administration without even looking).
Here is the list:
There are other pointers to fertility problems with the jab. Christensen cites the case of the Brisbane-based fertility specialist Dr Luke McLindon who had reported a jump in miscarriages in his patients, from the ordinary 12 to 15 per cent rate to 74 per cent with his ‘vaccinated’ patients. The level with unvaccinated patients stayed about the same. When McLindon tried to draw attention to this, he was fired from Brisbane’s Mater Hospital.