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Pandemic blamed for falling birth rates across much of Europe

 
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Pandemic blamed for falling birth rates across much of Europe
Hmmmm... Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates etc will be delighted, if not surprised

Sharp declines in babies being born 9 months or more on from lockdowns in France, Italy and Spain

It is not just that many more people are dying as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. In several countries, considerably fewer are being born.

France’s national statistics institute was one of the first to publish figures for the number of children born in January — nine months after the country was stuck in its first Covid-19 lockdown — and the provisional data show a startling decline: there were 53,900 births in the month, 13 per cent down on the figure for January 2020.

For France, a country that has traditionally had the highest fertility rate in the 27-member EU, it marked the biggest fall in births since the abrupt end of the baby boom in the 1970s.

Births had also fallen 7 per cent in the previous month compared with the same period a year earlier, leaving the total number of babies born in France last year, 735,000, at the lowest level since the end of the second world war.

“There are a lot of fantasies that when couples find themselves at home they will have more children. But that is something of an idyllic vision,” said Anne Solaz of Ined, France’s National Institute of Demographic Studies. “In fact there are some who find it hard being together all the time.”

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Re: Pandemic blamed for falling birth rates across much of Europe
Quick link to graph plotting the decline.


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Re: Pandemic blamed for falling birth rates across much of Europe
Not necessarily a fertility thing however.

I can imagine as a parent planning or wanting a baby, I would probably also take a step back when covid struck to see how things played out.

Cannot say I would by choice want to end up needing to end up in hospital for a birth when medical systems are potentially collapsing, or bring a baby in a world being devastated by a pandemic.
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strange. a lot of women declared themselves pregnant last year due to all the boredom and sex due to lockdown.
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Don’t think it’s a fertility thing either. I would say it is more of a social uncertainty thing. How can people possibly plan for a long term commitment like having children when they don’t know what even the short term is likely to bring?

Who would want to bring a child into a world where they were locked up in their home for 8 months or more of each year?

Whatever the reasons, those who want to control the planet’s population more than they do currently, will be delighted.

And it will shape their plans for the future.
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causing baby boom everywhere else
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Don’t think it’s a fertility thing either. I would say it is more of a social uncertainty thing. How can people possibly plan for a long term commitment like having children when they don’t know what even the short term is likely to bring?

Who would want to bring a child into a world where they were locked up in their home for 8 months or more of each year?

Whatever the reasons, those who want to control the planet’s population more than they do currently, will be delighted.

And it will shape their plans for the future.
 Quoting: Craiglang


I can explain that due inner spiritual thing aka brain functioning. Immune system aka thymus works better when sex hormones are not produced. Body is better to survive through hard times and make babies later.

there are a few studies makes this explanation possible

The accelerated decline of thymic function at the time of and after puberty has been functionally linked to increasing sex steroid hormone levels
[link to pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]
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so your body is surviving when you have less sex appetite
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03/11/2021 08:56 AM
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Re: Pandemic blamed for falling birth rates across much of Europe
When I refer to the genocidal pandemic bioweapon this is primarily what I'm referring to ...

The vancouvervirus / British way of doing things is no longer viable ... their system is causing the same effect over here in Canada also ... as it turns out the serfdom slave system of Britain should be considered a pandemic ... luckily the natives are coming through and beginning to rise to the forefront - they have the answers ... like senator Holland...
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Re: Pandemic blamed for falling birth rates across much of Europe
Hmmmm... Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates etc will be delighted, if not surprised

Sharp declines in babies being born 9 months or more on from lockdowns in France, Italy and Spain

It is not just that many more people are dying as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. In several countries, considerably fewer are being born.

France’s national statistics institute was one of the first to publish figures for the number of children born in January — nine months after the country was stuck in its first Covid-19 lockdown — and the provisional data show a startling decline: there were 53,900 births in the month, 13 per cent down on the figure for January 2020.

For France, a country that has traditionally had the highest fertility rate in the 27-member EU, it marked the biggest fall in births since the abrupt end of the baby boom in the 1970s.

Births had also fallen 7 per cent in the previous month compared with the same period a year earlier, leaving the total number of babies born in France last year, 735,000, at the lowest level since the end of the second world war.

“There are a lot of fantasies that when couples find themselves at home they will have more children. But that is something of an idyllic vision,” said Anne Solaz of Ined, France’s National Institute of Demographic Studies. “In fact there are some who find it hard being together all the time.”

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YES!!!
The wicked a-holes will be HAPPY!!!
I just saw blackmuzzlimwomen with child. So no worries...they will NOT need the vaxx and will continue propagating...of course.
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Remember the morons who would go to Covid lockdown threads to say that there would be a baby boom because of lockdowns?
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Re: Pandemic blamed for falling birth rates across much of Europe
Don’t think it’s a fertility thing either. I would say it is more of a social uncertainty thing. How can people possibly plan for a long term commitment like having children when they don’t know what even the short term is likely to bring?

Who would want to bring a child into a world where they were locked up in their home for 8 months or more of each year?

Whatever the reasons, those who want to control the planet’s population more than they do currently, will be delighted.

And it will shape their plans for the future.
 Quoting: Craiglang


I can explain that due inner spiritual thing aka brain functioning. Immune system aka thymus works better when sex hormones are not produced. Body is better to survive through hard times and make babies later.

there are a few studies makes this explanation possible

The accelerated decline of thymic function at the time of and after puberty has been functionally linked to increasing sex steroid hormone levels
[link to pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]


so your body is surviving when you have less sex appetite
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<insert wife joke here>
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In a nutshell.





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