Adult Baby diaper sales are overtaking baby diaper sales for the first time in the history of the world. The magnitude of this outrageous trend, is detrimental to society. It means that the world is undergoing a depopulation event right now. The slow agenda of the elite, is killing all of mankind and the projections of this agenda are set to rampantly take the world by storm over the course of the next few years.
65 Million Americans are wearing adult diapers, because of leakage issues. Half of those individuals are under the age of 50.
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The amount of countries that are below the replacement rate, 2.1%, is roughly half of the countries in the world. That means that over half of the people around the world will be gone over a short time.
The infertility rate in American women is roughly 11% according to the CDC. Which further proves that if we the people do not pay attention to what we consume it will kill us, because it already is.
These outrageous numbers are a costly price to pay for the overuse of Facebook, and the production of GMO’s. Both of which cannot compare to the joy of having a child. However, they are not the only reason for infertility; chemtrails and geoengineering, are two more examples out of the thousands of reasons which are causing infertility around the world.
The numbers of replacement rates:
“ In 2010 about 48 percent of the world population had an average total fertility of less than 2.1 children per woman.
Using population and total fertility estimates and projections for five-year periods, this figure displays the number of people by level of total fertility from 1950 to 2100.
More than one billion of the more than 2.5 billion world population in 1950 had a total fertility of 6 or more children. This was equivalent to about 44 percent of the world population.
By 2010, the population with a total fertility of more than 6 children had declined to 119 million – or only 1.7 percent of the world population in 2010. The population with sub-replacement fertility of less than 2.1 children per woman, on the other hand, had increased to almost 3.3 billion in 2010 – up from 71 million in 1950. Almost 48 percent of the world population in 2010 had a total fertility of less than 2.1 children per woman.
According to the medium variant projection of the 2010 Revision of the World Population Prospects total fertility will continue to decline. By 2050 almost 78 percent of the world population will have a total fertility of less than 2.1 children per woman. This share will temporarily decline until 2070, due to the assumption of slightly increasing fertility among very-low fertility countries. However, by the end of the century, more than 82 percent of the world population will have a total fertility of less than 2.1 children per woman.”
The numbers on infertility:
- Number of women ages 15-44 with impaired fecundity (impaired ability to get pregnant or carry a baby to term): 6.7 million
- Percent of women ages 15-44 with impaired fecundity: 10.9%
- Number of married women ages 15-44 that are infertile (unable to get pregnant after at least 12 consecutive months of unprotected sex with husband): 1.5 million
- Percent of married women ages 15-44 that are infertile: 6.0%
- Number of women ages 15-44 who have ever used infertility services: 7.4 million
These outrageous numbers are all expected to double, and over time the world will be significantly less populated, which means their depopulation agenda, succeeded.
Melissa Dykes. “Adult diaper sales will soon overtake baby diaper sales: What does this say about our world?” SOTT. . (2016): . . http://truthstreammedia.com/2016/03/20/adult-diapers-are-about-to-outsell-baby-diapers-for-the-first-time-so-lets-make-it-hip-and-trendy/
CDC. “Infertility.” CDC. . (2010): . . http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/infertility.htm
UN. “World Population Prospects, the 2010 Revision.” UN. . (2012): . . http://web.archive.org/web/20121028012124/http://esa.un.org/unpd/wpp/Analytical-Figures/htm/fig_8.htm