Forget Overpopulation: Falling Sperm Count Could Lead to the Extinction of Humanity

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For decades now we’ve had to listen to UN types and globalist galaxy brains talk to us about why humans are supposedly so bad.

We cause global warming, we like guns, we eat beef and food, we reproduce. Horrible things like that are the reason that we need to work toward a “sustainable” world where the environment comes first, according to Bill Gates and other progressive overlords.

As usual, these supposed champions of humanity turn out to…kind of hate humanity.

Well, as usual, it turns out that not only are these cynical overlords wrong, they are also maliciously misleading us about the dangers we face in terms of population and resource consumption.

The future of the world isn’t in danger of overpopulation – especially not in developed Western countries – it is in danger of exactly the opposite: massive underpopulation and the end of the human race.

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Falling Sperm Counts Could be Humanity’s Death Knell

Alarming statistics show that the average sperm count of men in Western countries has fallen 59 percent between 1973 to 2011. And it’s only gotten worse in the decade since 2011. This doesn’t just mean more adoptions or trouble getting pregnant for couples.

It potentially means the end of the human species in the long-term, especially if the trend eventually spreads to the developing world as well.

In addition to the plummeting sperm count, endocrine disruptors and changes to sexual development are also threatening the future of the male-female human existence.

In other words let me break this down to you: Western men are losing their mojo and humanity is turning into a bunch of malformed mutants who could lead to the end of human survival.

Is it just me or does this not sound a bit like an emergency?

We ‘Can’t Continue Much Longer’

Writing in her book Count Down, reproductive epidemiologist Shanna Swan sounds the alarm, noting that “the current state of reproductive affairs can’t continue much longer without threatening human survival.”

If we continue on this path, the average sperm count will literally be zero by 2045.

You heard right: zero.

As Swan noted: “that’s a little concerning.”

According to her book, co-written with Stacey Colino, the reason for the massively falling sperm counts is mainly changes in lifestyles, environmental factors and exposure to dangerous chemicals that are harming fertility and sexual development.

What Can We Do to Stop This Slide to Oblivion?

In addition to the falling male sperm count, you can track a corresponding fall in the global birthrate, which is even higher in developed Western countries. Globally between 1964 and 2018 the average birth rate went from 5.06 to 2.4 per women, hovering now just above replacement.

If we want to reverse this downward slide into fertility oblivion there are some things we can do. One of them is to learn what to avoid, which can be a bit tricky since so much of it is part of our busy modern lives.

According to Swan, there are certain “everywhere chemicals” in plastics, makeups and pesticide spray on products that kill your reproductive ability because of containing dangerous endocrine disruptors like phthalates and bisphenol-A.

“Chemicals in our environment and unhealthy lifestyle practices in our modern world are disrupting our hormonal balance, causing various degrees of reproductive havoc,” she notes, adding that trying your best to stay away from these things can be a good first step.

Also something as simple as drinking enough water can be a real boost to fertility and sperm counts in the long-term.

In addition, being overweight, smoking heavily and use of drugs like cannabis greatly increases infertility and reproductive issues, as do toxins in our environment like heavy metals, pollution, saturated fats and trans fats.