This is the third in a series tracing the history of population control through to present day depopulation ‘aspirations’. You can read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Today’s article questions whether vaccines, always claimed by the medical authorities to be safe, are so in fact. It presents compelling and worrying evidence that is suggestive of a negative impact on fertility and reproduction.
FOR the last 70 years, fertility rates have decreased worldwide, with a total 50 per cent decline, according to the World Economic Forum. The reasons given typically include women’s ’empowerment’ in education and the workforce, lower child mortality and the increased cost of bringing up children. What is not mentioned by this pro-vaccine body is the possible impact of vaccines.
This however has been brought into sharp focus by the now well-documented adverse reactions to the Covid vaccines. A recent Project Veritas undercover report revealed Pfizer executive Jordon Trishton Walker confirming there were specific concerns about the Covid vaccines interference with women’s menstrual cycles: ‘There’s something irregular about their menstrual cycles. We will have to investigate that down the line, because that is a little concerning.’
His comment turned out to be an understatement. Analysis of a Pfizer database (released under a freedom of information request) of adverse events recorded during the first two months of the vaccine roll out found that of the 270 reported vaccinated pregnancies, adverse events were recorded for 34 of them. Of these 28 were cases of foetal or neo-natal loss, in other words where women lost their babies. How these vaccines were given emergency authorisation and recommended for pregnant women by the US Food and Drug Administration before developmental and reproductive toxicology studies had been completed is alarming. Notably, safety data on the use of Covid-19 vaccines in pregnancy is still not yet available.
Dr James Thorp, who has 44 years of obstetrics experience and served on the board of the Society for Maternal Foetal Medicine, has stated that vaccinating pregnant women with the Covid jab is an ‘egregious violation of ethics’. He and other experts analysed the reports from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) in the US and found some alarming results. When they compared adverse reactions to the Covid jab with those of the flu jab they found there were 57 times more reports of miscarriages from the covid vaccination than the flu vaccination and 38 times more reports of foetal death and stillbirths.
An Australian fertility specialist has reported an increase in miscarriages from 15 per cent to 74 per cent in women who received the Covid jab. Overall birth rates in Australia declined by 72 per cent approximately nine months after the vaccine roll-out compared with the same month in the previous year.
Dr Mike Yeadon, a former vice-president at Pfizer, believes the reason for increased infertility is due to antibodies being formed against synctin-1, a protein in the placenta, which is similar to the spike protein, and has noted that the lipid nanoparticles of the vaccine accumulate in the ovaries. After noting the high rate of pregnancy and menstrual abnormalities, one study concluded: ‘A worldwide moratorium on the use of Covid-19 vaccines in pregnancy is advised until randomised prospective trials document safety in pregnancy and long-term follow-up in offspring.’
Yet the Covid jab has been consistently pushed on pregnant women by governments worldwide, not least in the UK.
What of ‘traditional’ vaccines? There are reasons to question them too, particularly with respect to their added ingredients which elsewhere have been proven to be associated with fertility issues. What are the sources of evidence that indicate this could be a problem, and that raise questions about the possible injurious effect of vaccines on reproduction?
For people wanting access to this evidence, what follows is a review of research on the impact of ‘adjuvants’ that have been added to vaccines for the purpose of increasing the immune response (the scientific justification for which is given here).
One of these is aluminium, which is routinely added to vaccines despite the separate evidence that exposure to it impacts on male fertility: this study for example finds a statistically significant inverse relationship between the aluminium content of semen and the sperm count. The fact that it is used in the form of aluminium chloride to induce infertility in laboratory animals raises the question of why it is permitted in vaccines.
Another adjuvant, polysorbate 80, also known as Tween 80, used as an emulsifier in vaccines, has been shown to inhibit the production of testosterone, causing damage to the uterus and ovaries in rats. A patent for a vaccine exists that deliberately causes infertility in animals, and Tween 80 is specifically mentioned as a preferred ingredient.
Triton X-100, another adjuvant, also known as Octoxynol 9, has a similarly drastic effect on sperm. In a test on rams’ sperm, it completely immobilised them while also destroying their plasma membranes. Triton X-100’s major application is as a spermicide in contraceptives. It has also been identified as an allergen in the mRNA Covid vaccines.
Formaldehyde is another adjuvant, used to inactivate live viruses and bacteria in vaccines. Apart from being a carcinogen, there is also evidence of its potential deleterious effect on fertility. A paper published in the Mutation Research journal found a positive association between formaldehyde and reproductive toxicity and concluded: ‘Human reproductive and developmental toxicities resulting from formaldehyde exposure could potentially be a threat to human health.’
A Chinese study concluded that exposure to formaldehyde increased the risk of miscarriage. Even the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) accept that working with formaldehyde could increase fertility problems or the chances of having a miscarriage. However, the same CDC remain uncritical supporters of vaccines, promoting them as safe and recommending some even to pregnant women, like the flu vaccine, which contain formaldehyde.
Powerful antibiotics such as neomycin, gentamicin and polymyxin B are frequently used in vaccines to prevent the contents from becoming infected with bacteria. Yet a study using neomycin on rats concluded that its administration resulted in a marked reduction in sperm count, motility and viability.
The antibiotic drugs streptomycin and neomycin are ‘suspected to have caused or may be expected to cause, an increased incidence of human fetal malformations or irreversible damage’. Gentamicin has been shown to have various adverse effects on male fertility, including reduced weight of reproductive organs and a negative effect on sperm. The medicines.org website states that gentamicin should be given to pregnant women only in life-threatening situations because it can cause nerve and renal damage to the foetus. Yet it is found in flu vaccines which are routinely given to expectant mothers.
How did such ingredients ever come to be added to vaccines? The official justification is that they improve vaccine efficacy and whatever the side effects these are offset by the view that ‘the huge worth of vaccines remains unquestionable’.
This article purporting to bust the ‘myths and misinformation’ surrounding the side effect impacts of adjuvants in vaccines and allay fears does not even mention the issue of fertility.
It raises the question of whether the authorities, in their uncritical belief in the primacy of vaccines, minimise or ignore causes for concern. Take the HPV vaccine: in addition to the serious health issues associated with it detailed in TCW here, it reportedly can adversely affect fertility, cause ovarian failure and, according to a study in Nature, menstrual irregularities and early menopause. The flu vaccine too has been associated with spontaneous abortions.
Worryingly, a scientific paper published in 2017 claimed that a widespread tetanus vaccine programme in Kenya in 2014 was a cover for trying to sterilise the female population of the country. It said that the tetanus toxoid (TT) vaccine used by the World Health Organisation in Kenya also contained human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG); together these can cause spontaneous abortions and infertility. This had been known for years as a TT and hCG vaccine had already been proposed for birth control. Was this a deliberate attempt at forced birth control or just an appalling and casual medical mistake?
The sum total of this evidence suggests there could be cause for concern. Platitudes stating that ‘the huge worth of vaccines is unquestionable’ is no answer to the quite specific issue raised by the routine addition to vaccines of apparently dangerous adjuvants – that of their possible impact on fertility.