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Corporate Bullshit, In the News, Media Deception,Vaccine Lies
by Ana Bananarama
USA Today proudly reported that our teen pregnancy rate has fallen dramatically over the years. In fact, the teen pregnancy rate is the lowest it’s been since- get this- 1946!
But wait… There’s more!
The teen pregnancy rate is down 44% since 1991. This generation’s pregnancy rate has fallen dramatically since my generation was enjoying their teen years.
Now, abstinence is not increasing dramatically, so then, where shall we send our kuddos?
Wow, pat on the back to Planned Parenthood and sex ed classes right?
Give me a BREAK. Have you guys even SEEN this generation? Has anyone actually TALKED to the children of today? I had the pleasure of working side by side with a revolving door of teenagers from this generation in recent years. They are not any more responsible than my generation is. Actually, they are less responsible. You should hear the stories. Partner swapping, video taping, lack of condom use. The mere age at which they get started was astounding compared to the average age of deflowering for my generation. You name it. Sex is rampant, and responsibility is certainly not up. Sure, there are tons of girls on birth control, but it’s not like birth control is brand new this decade. It’s not like my generation was oblivious to birth control. It’s not like this generation is just super good at taking their pills on time. Girls I’ve talked to still throw their pills away hoping to snag their boyfriend for life and boys still are stupid enough to think that thirty seconds of skin is worth going condomless.
Now, what I’m about to write, it’s just my theory. So, don’t be leaving smack comments about how this is all just my own theory, because I’m flat out saying right now, as a disclaimer… this is just a theory. This is my post. And I just have to get this out.
I don’t buy this garbage about how great of a job we’re doing teaching kids to be responsible. I don’t buy it. Call me a conspiracy theorist if you must. I’ve been called one before, and I really don’t care. Just hear me out. Because I make sense.
What HAS happened to this generation that is totally brand new that could also cause the teen pregnancy rate to plummet?
Vaccine Use Skyrocketed
When I was getting my childhood vaccines, I was given less than half the number of vaccines that today’s teens were given. Go ahead and read the product info sheet directly from the vaccines manufacturers. They’re available online and they will say right in them in clear English that they have not been tested for potential impact on fertility. So, this new generation of sexually active kids have been given buttloads of vaccines that were never tested to see if they would impact fertility. These kids are the tests. Shall we now ignore the test’s findings?
GMO Foods Were Introduced Into Nearly Everything They Ate
When I was a child, foods were not genetically altered. Sure, plants were cross bred, just as they have always been, but the did not have their very DNA spliced apart and merged with the DNA of bacteria and other species when my generation was growing up. This generation now… this is the first generation of children that will have grown up eating genetically modified corn, sugar, and soybeans every single day of their lives. Every day… at every meal these kids eat this crap. And genetically modified foods are known from an ever growing number of laboratory tests and research studies to impair fertility and cause infertility and sterility.
So, America, now can we rethink patting ourselves on the back over these declining teen pregnancy rates, or shall we wait another five to ten years when these same men and women are suddenly TRYING to start a family, and then wonder cluelessly about why they surprisingly can’t get pregnant?
“Clinical profile and Toxicology Studies on Four Women Immunized with Pr-B-hCG-TT,” Contraception, February, 1976, pp. 253-268.
“Observations on the antigenicity and clinical effects of a candidate antipregnancy vaccine: B-subunit of human chorionic gonadotropin linked to tetanus toxoid,” Fertility and Sterility, October 1980, pp. 328-335.