Lindsay several explanations: 1) fewer prospective parents due to #sacredcow deaths in that group 2) young people forced to take it become infertile both on male and female sides of conception 3) increase fetal loss in pregnant #sacredcow recipients— Peter McCullough, MD MPH (@P_McCulloughMD) June 26, 2022
This is a massive safety signal for infertility. Germany's FIRST report of birth rates since the rollout.— Jikkyleaks (Fan account) 🐭 (@Jikkyleaks) June 26, 2022
Remember that the birth rate data is 9 months too late.
If the next quarter is worse, this is Children of Men scenario. pic.twitter.com/AwhvB6KjpG
For a 9 sigma drop in birth rates to have happened in Jan-Mar 2022, something dramatic had to have happened to stop pregnancies occurring in March to June 2021.— Jikkyleaks (Fan account) 🐭 (@Jikkyleaks) June 26, 2022
I wonder what that could be?
Were couples depressed? Looking to move house? Too busy?https://t.co/GJ8RlL8Z6B pic.twitter.com/VQT8tNRHe2
And it's not just Germany. This is an 8% drop even before March 2022 figures are released int he @UKHSA vaccine surveillance reports.— Jikkyleaks (Fan account) 🐭 (@Jikkyleaks) June 26, 2022
And yeah, you can say "but it's only 2 months" - so let's see the latest data. The UKHSA has it. https://t.co/JkwkFoRY8q pic.twitter.com/lQ7IpkQogI
Not just UK, not just Germany.— Jikkyleaks (Fan account) 🐭 (@Jikkyleaks) June 26, 2022
North Dakota provisional data showing another drop of 11% for Feb-April.
Unprecedented for a state that has a stable birth rate with SD<5% of mean
h/t @ichudov https://t.co/TgD396zowN pic.twitter.com/PLSAxBjNac
It definitely has nothing to do with the the fact, that, rather than staying at the site of injection as promised, their own data showed that the LNPs not only distributed to the ovaries and testes but accumulated.— Jikkyleaks (Fan account) 🐭 (@Jikkyleaks) June 26, 2022
What could possibly go wrong?
Hold up folks!— Jikkyleaks (Fan account) 🐭 (@Jikkyleaks) June 28, 2022
I must give credit to @mkeulemans for pointing out an error in my chart.
I have had to recreate it as the first years' data incorrect.
Here is the corrected chart. pic.twitter.com/sNPuNFRzDg
The average monthly birth figure— Jikkyleaks (Fan account) 🐭 (@Jikkyleaks) June 28, 2022
for Q1 2016 - 2021 is 61873.
The SD is 678.
The Q1 2022 the figure is 54871.
The drop is 7002.
That is 10.3 sigma.