Never a dull day - Let’s open up this line of thought, speculation and potential revelation with a very current and unsourced screen cap with extra serious red underlining to get straight to the point:
If the above turns out to the true, then from this early alert, you would expect a follow up of more detailed information that would be readily associated with this kind of OMG pre-release. So let’s see what transpires eh.
Re: the placenta cells - the subject of Syncytin-1 an I think Syncytin-2 being shared protein in the placenta cells and elsewhere that IIRC the diabolical spike attaches to or maybe creates similar immune sensitivity to (to attack) or something like that, the point is it’s not only lung sites, but other key vital organs contain these potential sites, here being the reproductive organ, such speculation around S1/S2 if IIRC has been out there since last year, in relation to the virus phase oft is event, now it’s within the parameters of the injection which delivers direct the common denominator - the spike.
(open to correction here re S1/S2 on the fly and not explaining perfectly the concern)
Are the injections spiked as such to cause or sustain infertility in this way?
The Chinese infant milk formula company will finance the repurchase from its existing available cash reserves and free cash flow.
Chairman Leng Youbin, told a forum that sales will drop sharply in the coming one and two years since many women can not bear children within six months of coronavirus vaccination, mainland media reported.
Due mainly to Covid-19, Ireland saw a significant drop in the number of births in the second quarter of this year compared with the same period last year. At 14.6pc, it was the second biggest fall in Europe, and would have been even worse were it not for the number of non-Irish nationals having babies here. Marriages also went significantly down. We are experiencing a demographic catastrophe.
Vital statistics for the second quarter of 2021 released by the CSO last week show that 11,551 babies were born from April to June this year, whereas in the same period in 2020 there were 13,527 births. That is a drop of 1,976, the equivalent of -14.6 pc. An enormous reduction.
…Not surprisingly, the number of marriages plunged as well, but in order to understand the scale of reduction it > is better to compare 2021 not with the previous year but with 2019, as in some periods of 2020 weddings were heavily restricted and so most of them were postponed.
2,558 weddings took place in the second quarter of 2021 in Ireland. About half (50.8pc) compared to 2019 when, in the same period, 5,204 couples tied to knot. In the second quarter of 2020, there were only 303 marriages, when only six people could attend.
There were 4,823 marriages in the first half of 2021, 42.5pc fewer than 2019 when 8,389 couples married. Instead, compared to the first half of 2020, when most weddings were cancelled, this year saw a significant increase of 68.6pc.