Idiosyncratic: are the reported declines in birth rates starting in early 2022 in various global nations idiosyncratic, just peculiar, or a real problem, a harbinger of devastation? I say 'YES'

by Paul Alexander

Some want to argue it's just variability and no big deal, nothing to see, do not call home to mommy over this; but I and others say not so, this is a devasting safety signal; bad cat gives clues

Dr. Roger Hodkinson advised our research group today (he is a global pathologist) of the ‘frightening potential of future infertility of baby girls due to trans-placental spread of the nanoparticles possibly attacking the fetal ovary. That possibility is grotesque, but we won’t know for another 20 odd years’.

Cat looked at Swedish live births per 1 million over 2019 to April 2022, by month:

Some would say ‘hey, this is usual variability’ though I see something here. Cat went further and plotted based on seasonality and found:


What do you see? Do you see a strong signal? Not idiosyncratic. I see something troubling.

When plotted as % change from prior year:

Declines are seen from January 2022, so babies conceived in April, May 2021. What happened in April-May 2021? Could you recall? Well, if we plot the vaccine data for Sweden, we get this:

The plot thickens.

Very nice work Cat.