The vaccines damage fertility

Part of a depopulation agenda or ‘just’ a terrible mistake?

Dr. Tess Lawrie asks some questions… and proposes some answers. Worth reading in full. But here’s an extract if you are short on time:

About three months after the second Pfizer dose, sperm concentration had reduced by 15.4%. There was also a percentage change reduction of 22.1% in sperm motility. This is significant: both of these indicators would reduce the chance of sperm fertilising an egg.

Subsequent testing found that donors generally recovered (or so the authors state: the figures in the study indicate that levels were still lower than the pre-vaccination baseline).

However, as Dr Byram Bridle points out in his excellent post on this study, the authors had made an assumption that the donors would never need more than two shots to be fully vaccinated. In the paper they define ‘vaccine completion’ at seven days after the second shot. Since the study, those donors will have been offered a third shot, maybe even a fourth. No studies have been done looking into the consequences on male fertility beyond two vaccine doses. If a Covid-19 vaccination program involves being vaccinated every six months, as it does in many countries, what happens to male fertility then?

Again, we don’t know – there is no long-term fertility data. But it is clearly possible that sperm is adversely affected with each vaccination.

At this point, one has to wonder what it will take for regulatory bodies to halt the Covid-19 vaccination program worldwide. The WHO’s VigiAccess database holds a growing list of adverse events in relation to reproductive health and fertility, including 5,726 spontaneous abortions, 501 foetal deaths, 208 stillbirths, plus reports of testicular swelling, sexual dysfunction and many other conditions.

Emerging data also indicate significant declines in birth rates since the vaccine roll-outs. While correlation does not equal causation, the declines in combination with high numbers of miscarriages and stillbirths reported to pharmacovigilance databases, are enough to warrant investigation.

Why is the WHO not investigating this?

Dr. Tess Lawrie