It’s the great baby crisis of the 21st century!
New numbers show two straight years of birth declines… from 4,315,000 in 2007 to 4,251,095 in 2008 to 4.1 million in 2009. We now make fewer babies than we did in 1957 — when we had nearly half of today’s population.
It’s not just bad news for Diaper Genie makers — it’s bad news for anyone who hopes to have kids, because fertility rates have never looked so grim.
Birth rates were down in nearly every age group, including women between 35 and 39 years old — something unseen in three decades.
Even those usually reliable babymakers, teens, stopped popping ‘em out — they dropped by 2 percent to their lowest birth rate in 70 years, something “experts” blamed on the economy.
Are they for real?
Teens don’t give a hoot one way or another about the economy. They’re driven by lust, hormones, and a feeling of indestructibility — always have, always will.
If teens were having less sex, or better protection during sex, there would be a corresponding decline in the spread of STDs among kids. Instead, those diseases have exploded among the nation’s youth.
Nope, this has nothing to do with the economy — it’s just one more sign of the relentless chemical attack on the human race.
U.S. birth rates have been sliding for years now thanks to all the hormone-like chemicals in your food, in your plastics, in your home, and in your water. Women are less fertile than ever, and men are becoming so impotent they’re practically women themselves.
Combine that with the news that U.S. life expectancies have actually declined, and it’s not too hard to see the big picture here: Fewer people living shorter lives, probably chemically designed to expire right when the money runs out.
Welcome to the future.
Babies no longer on board,
William Campbell Douglass II, M.D.
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