by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
For many years we have reported how vaccines have been used as a means to control birth rates in an effort to reduce the world’s population, especially in developing countries like many in Africa.
In 2014 we reported how the tetanus shot was distributed in Kenya by the United Nations, but only given to girls and young women who were child-bearing ages, but not boys, and later it was discovered that these “tetanus shots” contained the HCG antigen which is used in anti-fertility vaccines.
So it is no surprise to those of us who have been “anti-vaccine” for many years now and covering these issues, that the COVID-19 “vaccines” are causing the deaths of prenatal and neonatal babies worldwide to skyrocket, giving strong evidence that this is part of the efforts to reduce the world’s population.
The only thing that has changed, is that this effort to reduce the world’s population is now happening in every country, including rich western nations, and not just in poor countries.
In Scotland, it was just reported that an investigation into a “very unusual” spike in deaths among newborn babies in Scotland occurred for the second time in just six months.
Health authorities in Scotland have launched an investigation after a mystery surge in deaths of newborn babies, the second time the phenomenon has been recorded in the space of six months.
A report by the Herald newspaper highlights the “very unusual” spike in deaths of babies, with the alarm being raised after 18 infants died within four weeks of birth in March.
That same control limit was also breached in September last year, when 21 neonatal deaths were reported, the first time this had occurred since records began.
“The neonatal mortality rate was 5.1 per 1,000 live births in September and 4.6 per 1,000 in March, against an average of 1.49 per 1000 in 2019,” reports the newspaper.
Public Health Scotland (PHS) said the deaths could not have been down to chance, while the cause behind the previous spike in September also “remained a mystery.”
The report notes that vaccination uptake has increased in expectant mothers and that COVID infections during pregnancy are associated with a higher chance of premature birth, but found no “direct link” between COVID surges and the deaths.
PHS Scotland says COVID infections “did not appear to have played a role” in the September spate of deaths.
Edinburgh University’s Dr. Sarah Stock said, “The numbers are really troubling,” but admitted she didn’t know the cause of the deaths. (Source.)
Spikes in infant deaths are also being reported from funeral homes, as this report from Australia cites whistleblowers who are too afraid to come forward and report this.