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Israel Is the Outlier as Birth Rates Plummet Across the World

In 82 countries, the fertility rate has dropped below the replacement level of 2.1 children per woman. ObGyn specialist Dr. James Thorp blames the COVID-19 vaccines.

LONDON, ENGLAND — The birth rate in the United Kingdom is at a twenty-year low, the Telegraph reported last week. A similar development can be seen all over the world.

In South Korea, so few children are being born that the population could be halved over the next 80 years. The number of babies being born in China is less than half of what it was in 2016.

In the United States, maternity wards are closing across the country, especially in rural areas, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Climate change fanatics, net-zero activists and degrowth proponents – a previously obscure ideology based on an assumption that modern society is collapsing the planet – celebrate the decline in births as they cheerlead for rampant immigration from less developed countries to the West.

One of them is World Economic Forum member and University of Oxford professor Sarah Harper.

“I think it’s a good thing that the high-income, high-consuming countries of the world are reducing the number of children that they’re having. I’m quite positive about that,” Harper told the Telegraph.

“Research has found that wealthy nations tend to have much larger carbon footprints than poorer countries, as rich people can afford to buy more goods, travel more and do other activities that generate emissions,” she added.

However, mainstream media outlets consistently fail to provide any coherent explanations for what has caused this historic drop in child births – specifically ignoring the possible negative effects on fertility caused by the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.

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ObGyn specialist Dr. James Thorp has seen serious fertility issues up close. He is convinced that the mRNA vaccines are to blame. Dr. Thorp tells The Florida Standard that fertility problems are not limited to women, but also present in men.

“I have observed a dramatic rise in couples seeking advice for infertility and this has skyrocketed also since the COVID-19 ‘vaccine’ rollout in 2021. This is certainly not unexpected as the lipid nanoparticles are proven to concentrate in the ovaries and testes. The cationic lipids, pseudo-uridinated mRNA, and lysosomal DNA within the ‘vaccines’ may also be concentrated in these organ systems crucial to human reproduction,” Dr. Thorp says.

The only OECD country not impacted by significant drops in birth rates is Israel, which has a fertility rate well above replacement, coming in at 3 for Jewish Israeli families – compared to 1.6 for the U.S. and the U.K.