Will There Be Economic and Employee Shortages in the Future?
As mandates have been dropping at corporate offices, hospitals, and some higher education institutions, why is it still important to keep fighting? Currently, over 500 colleges across the nation are still mandating students to be injected with the Covid-19 mRNA vaccine – but the issue doesn’t end at stopping mandates.
Vaccine injuries are rising on campus and disrupting student’s lives, but many students aren’t connecting the health issues they’re experiencing to the vaccine because we’ve been told – or more accurately, manipulated and gaslit – that it’s “safe and effective” by our faculty, our administration, and our government. So why doubt it?
Ostracization, isolation, and discrimination
Bright students who realize this correlation become troubled when it comes to finding like-minded friends, fearing being outed by their friend group, and facing repercussions to their enrollment or scholarships. This isolating effect creates a barrier preventing students from reaching knowledge and support. Serena Johnson, a university student from Alberta, Canada experienced this effect. Luckily, she found a way to turn her unfortunate situation around for the better. She wrote, “…I was forced to leave. After the shock and disappointment had subsided, I took on a quiet, isolated lifestyle. I didn’t realize at the time that I would reap many benefits from this unexpected turn of events. It inspired me to find my voice by writing articles.”
Disabilities are Rising, Birth Rates are Falling
As college students are the next emerging workforce, vaccine injuries may likely cause economic impacts as disabilities prevent people from achieving their full potential of productivity and working. If the injury is severe, family and friends may have to be caretakers, which also takes away from contribution to societal advancement.
Ed Dowd, a former Blackrock Portfolio Manager, superimposed the vaccination data on top of rising disability rates of the working age in the US. The regression R2 is close to 90%, evidence for a strong relationship. Even if the vaccine did not cause the rise in disabilities, the pure data suggests our working capacity as a society is falling and disrupted by disabilities.
Moreover, scientific evidence has shown that the spike protein of the Covid-19 mRNA vaccine deposits in male and female reproductive organs. While it is still unknown (due to vaccine manufacturers’ lack of safety testing) if this will cause a lasting impact on fertility, data shows that birthrates have been declining and the countries with the largest impact are ones that are the most vaccinated. When birthrates were relatively consistent in past years and throughout the original Covid-19 variant, in 2021, Australia experienced a 71% decrease in birth rate, Taiwan experienced a 23.24% decrease, Budapest a 22.2% decrease, and Germany a 13% decrease.
Will There Be an Economic Recession?
If declining birth rates continue and employee shortages arise as a result, the workforce will be burdened with rising workloads. This could cause economic recessions or depressions, market shortages, and company shutdowns.
We have all been sold the ‘American Dream’. Imagine a young 17 or 18 year old, going through the strides of college in hopes of earning a better life, a better job, and better financial ability for his or her future family. Yet, when they decide to try to have children, they suddenly find out that they can’t. Couples struggling with infertility may be more prone to to anxiety and depression. In fact, the American Psychiatric Association writes that “Up to 40% of women experiencing infertility have a psychiatric diagnosis”. Adding economic issues to that crockpot of emotional distress only cooks up more anxiety, depression, and mental health problems.
It’s critical to be aware of what is happening in college circles. It started with “2 weeks to flatten the curve”, then progressed from lockdowns and masking, to forced vaccinations, forced testing, vaccine passports, and travel restrictions. Unfortunately, some still believe that they are the ones trying to protect everyone else.
If the college population keeps on being (blindly or begrudgingly) complacent with mandates that have no scientific rationale, this will become a gateway to gaslighting and forcing the next adult generation to submit to irrational rules in the future.
If you are a student or a parent of one, show your disagreement by refusing to pay tuition to a school that fails to honor your bodily autonomy. If you are an alumni from a school that is still mandating, write to the Board of Trustees/Directors and express your concerns and stop donating to an institution that is not contributing to the health and wellbeing of young people. Even if you have no direct relationship to the college group, you have a relationship to the lives of young people as part of the human race.
Here are action items you can do:
Find like-minded people and stand out as a group
Canvas on campus with signs or flyers (Canva.com is a intuitive, free design tool with customizable templates)
Talk to young people (on college campuses, college libraries, popular hangout areas)
Write letters to colleges (Presidents, Board of Trustees/Directors, Deans, Student Health, etc. Certified letters are a good choice if you want to confirm receipt)
Send Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to colleges
Call or write to your district representatives
Volunteer with an organization that is fighting to spread truth and transparency
Share DailyClout articles or the VSRF College Edition show (geared towards college-aged audience) with family and friends
It is no longer the time to hide under blankets and wait for the storm to pass. The storm will not pass unless we tell it to.
One of our country’s most important freedoms is that of free speech.
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