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Monday, April 29, 2024

The Awakening Part 21 - The Great Replacement Redux 3

image: population change forcast
THERE IS A RIGHT-WING CONSPIRACY THEORY called the great replacement, which says that white people are being overtaken by minorities and that this is going to cause a loss of rights for white people. It used to be on the fringe. It’s been around a long time, but what’s special now is that that theory is embraced in full-throated fashion by major political leaders and also by major media figures. If you live in an area that’s losing white population, you can start yourself to connect the dots to the spinning that’s going around with these narratives.
- The Expendable White Male, 2022
COVID-19 poses a threat to the reproductive systems of both males and females. The presence of SARS-CoV-2 in the vagina and placenta underlies the impairment of female fertility.
- Effects of COVID-19 and mRNA vaccines on human fertility, Oxford Academic, January 2022
Knowing as I now do, that Pfizer and the FDA knew that babies were dying and mothers’ milk discoloring by just looking at their own internal records; knowing as I do that they did not alertanyone, let alone stop what they were doing, and that to this day Pfizer, the FDA and other demonic “public health” entities are pushing to MRNA-vaccinate more and more pregnant women; now that they are about to force this on women in Africa and other lower income nations who are not seeking the MRNA vaccines, per Pfizer CEO Bourla this past week at the WEF, and knowing that Pfizer is pushing and may even receive a US EUA for babies to five year olds - I must conclude that we are looking into an abyss of EVIL not seen since 1945.
- Dear Friends, Sorry to Announce a Genocide, Naomi Wolf, May 30, 2022 - COVID Year 3, Part 2

One of the questions I ask myself these days is “Why is government letting so many illegal BORDER CROSSERS into the country?”

Yeah, businesses have been inviting illegals in as low paid MEAT PACKERS and watermelon pickers FOREVER, under the pretense they’re doing jobs Americans don’t want to do.

Yeah, INEQUALITY keeps getting worse, so the MIDDLE CLASS squeeze may be forcing more couples to decide against having kids they can’t afford to bring up. Remember DEMOGRAPHIC WINTER?

Yeah, the strong emotional bonds of the traditional NUCLEAR FAMILY are in trouble from divorce, poverty, same sex couples, city living, etc.  Besides low births, this helps towards social breakdown so the immigrants replacing us will look to the state as family like loyal and obedient NAZI FASCISTS - especially when you hear about THE MONEY government is throwing at them.

Then there’s COVID and THIS DOCTOR that spoke at the “INTERNATIONAL COVID SUMMIT 3” in Brussels last year about fertility rates and mRNA like in the shots governments around the world pushed on their people.

If the COVID shots are part of the problem, we should SEE the least low-fertility issues in African countries that COULDN’T AFFORD the mRNA shots.  According to One Data LESS THAN 35% of Africans are fully vaccinated (meaning the first two shots).

Then there’s other stuff like low birthweight from poverty related things like not being able to afford nutritious food, to government inaction like battling pollution, etc, unpacked in the Time article below.


COVID-19 Vaccines for People Who Would Like to Have a Baby

Updated Sept. 22, 2023

What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccination and Fertility

· CDC recommends everyone ages 6 months and older get an updated COVID-19 vaccine. This includes people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, trying to get pregnant now, or might become pregnant in the future. Learn which vaccines are available by age and how to stay up to date with your COVID-19 vaccination.

· There is currently no evidence that any vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, cause fertility problems (problems trying to get pregnant) in women or men.

· COVID-19 can make you very sick during pregnancy. Additionally, if you have COVID-19 during pregnancy, you are at increased risk of complications that can affect your pregnancy and developing baby.



U.S. Fertility Rate Drops to Another Historic Low

Br Brian Tsai
April 24, 2024

The general fertility rate in the United States decreased by 3% from 2022, reaching a historic low. This marks the second consecutive year of decline, following a brief 1% increase from 2020 to 2021. From 2014 to 2020, the rate consistently decreased by 2% annually.

These statistics and others from provisional 2023 birth data were released by CDCs National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).

The new report, “BIRTHS: PROVISIONAL DATA FOR 2023”, analyzes data from more than 99% of birth certificates issued during that year. The report shows a 2% decline from 2022, with 3,591,328 births recorded in 2023.

Other findings in the new report:

· 2023 birth rates declined for women ages 2039 years

· 2023 birth rates were unchanged for females aged 10-14 and 40-49.

· The birth rate for teenagers aged 15-19 was down 3% in 2023 to 13.2 births per 1,000 women.

· The birth rate for women ages 20-24 (55.4) reached a record low.

· The cesarean delivery rate increased for the fourth year in a row to 32.4% in 2023; the low-risk cesarean delivery rate increased to 26.6%.

· The preterm birth rate was essentially unchanged at 10.41%.



image: 2024 low birthweight graphic

America’s Growing Birthweight Crisis

By Jeremy Ney
April 9, 2024

Americans are increasingly at risk of having lower incomes, poorer health, and a worse shot at opportunity even before they are born. More babies are now born with low birthweights than in the last 30 years. This has caused growing inequalities that can persist if not properly addressed. In certain parts of the country, that risk may be ten-times greater.

Underweight newborns are at an increased risk of long term HEALTH CHALLENGES, LOWER IQ SCORES, and DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS. New data shows that the frequency of this problem is rising with more than 300,000 newborns now experiencing low birthweight. This public health and equity issue is increasingly common in low-income communities, communities with poor access to healthy foods, and homes that are near high-polluting sites.

Emily Oster, a professor of economics at Brown University and author of Expecting Better writes, “Babies that are born in this group are much more likely to have complications. These include difficulty breathing, difficulty regulating blood sugar, and abnormal neurological signs Some studies suggest that babies who are born SGA [Small for their Gestational Age] have more long-term issues, including a higher risk for diabetes and lower cognitive skills.”

Lower birth weight can also predict career trajectory and earning power. In a PAPER published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, researchers looked at thousands of government officials in England and found that even after controlling for other factors like parental education that people born with low birthweight tended to have lower wages and lower ranking roles.

Our team at American Inequality wanted to see how pervasive the issue of low birthweight is not just nationally but within specific communities. We found 29 counties, largely in the South and Midwest, where babies are twice as likely to be born with lower birthweights than the national average.

29 US counties have double the national average babies born with low birthweight, largely in the South and Midwest

Nationally 8% of babies are born with low birthweight.

Pollution during pregnancy

A NEW REPORT from Human Rights Watch found that babies in Louisiana’s “Cancer Alley” are three times more likely to experience low birthweight. This 85-mile stretch that runs along the Mississippi River between New Orleans and Baton Rouge contains over 200 fossil fuel and petrochemical plants - reportedly the highest density in the WESTERN HEMISPHERE. Americans living in the area are exposed to higher concentrations of harmful substances. This current generation is paying the price.

The role of food deserts

Low birthweight is a product of many compounding factors including inadequate nutrition. In the 29 counties we looked at, all had elevated levels of obesity and were considered food deserts. Many Americans who don’t have access to healthy foods OFTEN turn to fast food as an alternative. In two of the counties, 50% of residents were food insecure, with some residents sharing that when the only grocery store in town closed, they would have to drive 130 MILES ROUND TRIP to find the next nearest place to purchase food for their family.

I spoke with Dr. Gillian Goddard at ParentData who shared this, “Low birth weight infants are at increased risk of developing insulin resistance in adulthood, which can progress to type 2 diabetes. This results in varying health challenges, which aren’t always diagnosed promptly.”

Low incomes and poor healthcare

In the 29 counties we looked at, median household income was $35,830 and 1 in 3 families lived in poverty. Healthcare is deeply connected to income in America, meaning low income communities often had poor health outcomes and inadequate care.

No place struggles with low birthweight more than Issaquena County in Mississippi. This rural county of 1,100 people has NO HOSPITALS, one of the highest poverty rates in the country, and 1 in 4 babies is born weighing less than 5 pounds 8 ounces. Taneria Williams has lived in Issaquena for years, and has given birth to three children with low birthweight, despite her best efforts to avoid it. “As a mother you try to nourish your body as much as you can when you are pregnant. You try to do all the necessary things you have to do to have a healthy baby and I felt because I dont have the proper health care, I am not able to do that.”

Black families ROUTINELY receive worse healthcare in America, and this impacts Black babies too. Black babies are TWICE AS LIKELY to be born with low birthweight as white babies. Babies born to college-educated Black women are MORE LIKELY TO HAVE LOW BIRTHWEIGHT than are babies born to white women who dropped out of high school. This indicates that race seems to be a much stronger factor than education in contributing to this social issue.

Economists from the National Bureau of Economic Research FOUND that the U.S. spends more than $5 billion each year addressing challenges emerging from low birthweights.

The trend is getting worse

The preterm birth rate is now at its HIGHEST POINT since 2014. One of the main drivers of this is that food insecurity in America has also risen to its HIGHEST POINT over that same period.

In 2022, 1 in 12 babies in America was born with a low birthweight. This rate puts the U.S. in a SIMILAR RANKING with Hungary, Turkey, and Brazil. Nordic countries, on the other hand, have half the rate of low birthweights as is seen in the U.S., largely due to strong healthcare systems, low pollution, healthier foods, and higher incomes.

Preterm babies account for the vast majority of low birthweight babies. 1 in 10 babies is born preterm (born before 37 weeks of the typical 40 week gestational period), which can often come with its own set of health and developmental challenges. The World Health Organization EXPLAINS that most preterm births happen spontaneously. But, increasingly, HEALTH ISSUES for parents like diabetes, pre-eclampsia or heart disease (which are FAR MORE COMMON in low-income communities) are driving more preterm births.

Stopping the low birthweight epidemic

Regular doctor visits are the best method for warning pregnant women about low birthweights, but some lesser known factors can also make a difference. Safer environments and better nutrition can address the low birthweight challenges that the nation is facing. Specifically, this can be done by reducing the exposure pregnant women have to pollution, while also increasing the adoption of the Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), which is far too low in certain states.

Promoting healthy habits through WIC: WIC is eligible to low-income women who are pregnant all the way up until their infants first birthday, but most women don’t know about it. Women who enrolled in WIC saw an 11% REDUCTION in babies born with low birthweight, and this number could rise to 65% if they enrolled early in pregnancy. Children whose mothers participated in WIC while pregnant scored higher on mental development assessments. However, in California, 65% of families that are eligible for WIC participate in the program, whereas in 8 states (Louisiana, South Carolina, Tennessee, Illinois, Montana, Utah, and Arkansas) the participation rate is only half that figure. Encouraging more parents to make use of the service in these low uptake states is a data-driven way to ensure that children face fewer challenges throughout their lives.

Reducing exposure to hazardous environments: A study of 32 million births in the U.S. found that high exposure to pollution is a DIRECT CAUSE of low birthweight. In Cancer Alley, expansion is underway with at least 19 NEW FOSSIL AND PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS in regions with the highest poverty rates and highest percent of Black residents. Reducing just 5 micrograms per cubic meter (ug/m3) of fine particle pollution can decrease the risk of low birthweight BY 15%. Polluting factors should not be developed near vulnerable communities, and in the meantime, pregnant women would benefit from staying away from polluting sites (LIKE DOWNWARD OF HIGHWAYS) as much as possible. The EPA has a FREE APP to help monitor this, and you can buy some IN-HOME DEVICES too.

The next generation deserves basic nutrition and clean air; and expectant parents deserve the same. We just have to determine how best to ensure they are actually receiving these key factors for success.

About the author: Ney is the author of AMERICAN INEQUALITY and was previously a macro policy strategist at the Federal Reserve


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