Is the US at Risk of Depopulation?

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Forecast of Negative Numbers

Deagel, an intelligence corporation that publishes reports on population, GDP, defense budget, and power purchase parity, published a forecast for 2025. The forecast covers 179 countries. For the US the numbers show 99 million for population, which is 70% or 326 million down. The predicted GDP is down 92% or $19, 433 to $1,630.

These numbers have nothing to due with any pandemic by the way.

The US budget is $6.3 trillion annually and only a total of $3.46 trillion was collected as federal tax revenues in the previous year. An estimated $3.71 trillion for collections is scheduled even before the pandemic. In 2019 alone, a shortfall of $2.84 trillion occurred, just like what happened in the previous years.

The US National Debt Clock website shows that the country’s national debt ballooned to $25 trillion. The net shortfall in 2019 is -2.34 trillion, which means that the living standards of US citizens need to be reduced by $2.34 trillion. Shouldn’t anyone be bothered knowing that the standard of living can decrease, and so can lives?

Is Everything a Coincidence?

In 2003, a TV series based on Stephen King’s The Dead Zone aired a segment where a coronavirus outbreak originates from China. What’s interesting is that only chloroquine is considered as the antidote. The timeline of events doesn’t stop here.

In 2017, the National Institute of Infectious Disease’s Anthony Fauci warned that an outbreak during the Trump administration is inevitable. In 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) announce that President Trump’s tenure will be struck with a Disease. Yet it doesn’t end here.

Carbon Emission and the Human Population

In 2010, Bill Gates held a TED talk entitled, Innovating to Zero. In his talk he discussed that every year 26 billion tons are being released every year, making it an average of about five tons for each person on the planet. He explained that changes must be made to make the numbers go down to zero.

Later on, he discussed that the current population by that time is 6.8 billion people and it’s headed to nine billion. He outlined an action plan to address these numbers by saying, “Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent.” Does this mean that reducing carbon emissions call for reducing the human population?

Bill Gates’ Statements on an Outbreak

In a TED Talk in 2015, Bill Gates explains why the world is not ready for the next epidemic. He used the progression of Ebola and the Spanish flu as an example. What he mentioned is relevant to the pandemic that the globe is facing now. According to Gates, “The source of the virus could be a natural epidemic like Ebola or it could be bioterrorism.” Now that’s interesting.

In a 2019 documentary for Netflix, Gates predicted that China’s wet markets will be home to a killer virus.

Just March this year, Bill Gates had a conversation with TED’s head Chris Anderson and journalist Whitney Pennington Rodgers. Gates discussed how the coronavirus pandemic should be addressed. He mentioned, “We’d been funding the thing called the Flu Study to really understand how respiratory viruses spread.”

Is Overpopulation the Real Issue?

Bill Gates believes that there is a need to address overpopulation. In thriving economies, families practice birth control even without any interventions from the government. In fact, population growth in countries with great economies has a negative progression.

Examples are the North Americas and Western Europe. In Asia alone, a nation like Japan is dealing with low birth rates. This goes against what Bill Gates is trying to imply that women can be more conscious of limiting their family size as they get vaccinated and get healthier.

There are studies that show those without shots are naturally stronger and healthier. Regardless, the world is far from overpopulated from what the abundance of the Earth’s natural resources alone can provide. 

Filmmaker Jessica Yu’s Misconception, a documentary released in 2014, highlighted that overpopulation is a myth. The solution to what everyone is facing today is an improvement in the economy. We’re talking about laborers going back to work as businesses reopen. The future of an economy doesn’t entirely rely on vaccines, no matter how good the advocacy is. In fact, the reality and intent behind these moves might be the opposite.

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A Pandemic Exercise

On October 18, 2019, the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security partnered with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Economic Forum to host a pandemic exercise. The event was called EVENT 201 where response and preparedness challenges were discussed.

The center has made it clear afterward that they did not predict that 65 million people will be killed by COVID-19. This may seem plausible, but not everyone is convinced. With the timing of the event and the outbreak, it can’t be simply shrugged off as coincidence.

Why is Bill Gates into outbreaks and vaccines? Is his funding for studies a genuine humanitarian concern or does he have ulterior motives? Are his talks meant to raise awareness or are these all for the sake of media exposure?

If anyone is interested in making the world a better place, then insights must be shared with the government. Yet what happens nowadays seems to be the opposite. Instead of supporting the administration, oligarchs take the matter into their own hands and make a show of how they can make a difference with their own agendas, control and profit at heart.

What do you think is really going on? These numbers from Deagel aren’t even related to any pandemic with such drastic reduction.  What is going on and since when did we allow people like Gates to determine what happens in the world?

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