Well, that’s an exaggerated clickbait title — or is it? Consider this: In the developed West male sperm count is declining by 1.4% per year. You read it correctly — ONE POINT FOUR PERCENT PER YEAR. This does NOT apply to Africans, Asians or South Americans. Whites only.
That is a 50% decline since 1973. The study referenced below used data from Europe, USA, Australia and New Zealand. The chief suspect is endocrine disrupting chemical pollution. That is, chemicals which mimic Human hormones and/or interfere with them. However, the effects go far beyond plunging sperm counts in Humans.
For example, to quote from one study done on fish in English rivers (referenced below):
In some English rivers containing high levels of estrogens, all male roach sampled have been feminized to varying degrees. In the more severely affected males, individuals produce low-quality sperm with a reduced capability for fertilization. Laboratory studies have shown that the environmental estrogens responsible for inducing gonadal feminization in roach can also alter reproductive behavior, disrupting normal breeding dynamics (parentage) in the zebrafish, another group-spawning fish. Together these findings indicate that feminization of wild roach may result in adverse population-level effects, but this hypothesis has yet to be fully addressed.
Other possible side effects are often mentioned, such as their cancer causing potential and connection to male obesity, but the biggest possibility is seldom if ever spoken, because to do so would be career suicide for any scientist or academic. They would be hounded out of their jobs by Politically Correct Left wing mobs and Twitter posses, and might even face accusations of “Hate Speech” by the police, like so many others before them. Read the above quote again, and now imagine it is talking about Human males. It is quite likely that the seeming explosion of transsexual and homosexual behavior in modern men may well be a result of pollution. That being gay is neither “in the genes” nor is a “lifestyle choice” but is an environmental disease. The obvious riposte to such a claim is that transgenderism and homosexuality have always existed, long before there was significant industrial pollution. Which is true. However, all that may show is how sensitive the male hormonal development is to environmental influence.
The AltRight, at which this article is aimed, like to claim that there is an ongoing “feminization of society” which they blame on feminists and Cultural Marxism. I would suggest that this is merely opportunism by these ideologies exploiting a major public health issue. And in true conspiracy style I would also suggest that it is an issue which is being deliberately ignored and underplayed by the Liberal-Left-Greens (LLG) lobby groups for ideological reasons. After all, the LLG are famous for screaming for bans on all kinds of pollutants if there is even a hint of adverse effects in animal studies. Yet here we have a deafening silence. Right now other suspected pollutants are in the process of receiving continental wide bans, such as Glyphosate and Neonicotinoids because of the mere possibility they may cause cancer and harm bees, despite there being no concrete evidence. It’s the “Precautionary Principle” you will be told if you ask — but it does not seem to apply in our case.
What other effects might be influenced by the pollution? Well, how about population collapse across the entire developed, mostly Western, world? It is not something we notice because it is obviously a slow process and because “our” numbers are being made up by inward migration from non-Western nations. As the AltRight claim, we are now in a process of ethnic replacement of the indigenous European populations. The LLG remains silent because this mass poisoning of the new “Enemy” — the White Male, suits their agenda perfectly. It creates an expanding gender dysfunctional constituency for them, it neuters “male aggression” (see “Generation Snowflake”) and speeds the collapse of the indigenous European populations. The Greens especially take delight in limiting and reducing Western populations for global environmental reasons. It is one of their core aims. The AltRight like to use genocide imagery to describe this process, but the reality is far worse than the overblown hyperbole. The more extreme subscribe to the “14 words”, which are:
We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.
Well, if this pollution issue is not tackled immediately those words are just the last gasp of a dead people.
So what are the offending chemicals? Well, there are a whole slew of them but the two most potent are estrogen in water carried there by the sewage system from the urine of women taking the contraceptive pill, and Bisphenol-A aka BPA. The latter is used throughout the plastics industry for just about everything. It is in almost all plastics, food wrap, baby bottles, transport containers etc. In fact, the advice given by the Mayo clinic is this:
The FDA is continuing its review of BPA, including supporting ongoing research. In the meantime, if you’re concerned about BPA, you can take these steps to reduce your exposure:
Use BPA-free products. Manufacturers are creating more and more BPA free products. Look for products labeled as BPA-free. If a product isn’t labeled, keep in mind that some, but not all, plastics marked with recycle codes 3 or 7 may be made with BPA.
Cut back on cans. Reduce your use of canned foods since most cans are lined with BPA containing resin.
Avoid heat. The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, part of the National Institutes of Health, advises against microwaving polycarbonate plastics or putting them in the dishwasher, because the plastic may break down over time and allow BPA to leach into foods.
Use alternatives. Use glass, porcelain or stainless steel containers for hot foods and liquids instead of plastic containers.
Have you ever heard this advice? Because I had not until I started researching this article. What they neglect to add is that this is crucially important for infants and pregnant women, because that is where the most damage is done. They then go on to reassure us…
However, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has said that BPA is safe at the very low levels that occur in some foods. This assessment is based on review of hundreds of studies.
Unfortunately they seem to have not heard about this study
A study, funded in part by NIEHS, found an association between low levels of BPA exposure during pregnancy and reproductive problems in the next three generations of mice. The new findings suggest that some effects of in utero BPA exposure, including ability to become pregnant and to maintain pregnancy to term, may be transgenerational.
The researchers exposed pregnant mice to BPA levels equivalent to those considered safe in people from gestation day 11 until they gave birth. This exposure was associated with significant reproductive problems — including declines in fertility, sexual maturity, and pregnancy success — in three generations of female mouse offspring.
Yes — the good news for the LLG is that even if the pollution is stopped now, it will still effect the health of future generations. A bit like radiation from a burning nuclear reactor. And as an added bonus, it is linked to autism (unlike vaccines). Still wondering about that silence?
The bad news is that there is no way to escape this pollution — it is literally everywhere. It can be found in the urine of every person living in the West. It is in the water we drink and the air we breath, and every new study reveals its insidious effects at lower and lower levels than were once thought “safe”. Look around and see how much plastic you have in your kitchen, or wrapping your food. Despite their being alternatives, you will find that industry claims it is too expensive. And so we have the perfect storm of vested interests, with Capitalism in alliance with the LLG.
What can we do? Ban it now — no matter what the cost. Process our food and drinking water to eliminate it. That is the only solution. Spread the message.
What is not a solution is complaining about transgender toilets, Gay Rights, feminists and “libruls”. Call them out on this and act. Or we are history. Failure to act is a crime against Humanity.
BPA Exposure shows Transgenerational Effects on Reproductive Health, Jodi Flaws, Ph.D. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign NIEHS Grants P01ES022848, P20ES018163
Human Reproduction Update, Volume 23, Issue 6, 1 November 2017, Pages 646–659
Roach, Sex, and Gender-Bending Chemicals: The Feminization of Wild Fish in English Rivers, BioScience, Volume 58, Issue 11, 1 December 2008, Pages 1051–1059