The Complete History of Depopulation VaccinesThey are much more common than you would thinkA Midwestern Doctor

In part 1 of this ­­article, I attempted to make the case that there has been a longstanding interest within the ruling class of our society to reduce the population by targeting individuals deemed undesirable. In the past, these programs typically targeted the poor, people of color, colonial subjects and those with genetic defects that were considered dangerous to the country’s gene pool. For those of you interested in learning more about this topic and how common it is even in the present day, I would highly recommend reading the first part of this article and Chapter 10 of the book TheReal Anthony Fauci by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

In recent times, the targeted demographic appears to have been expanded to include most of the Western population. Because of this, groups (that you, dear reader, likely belong to) that were not typically targeted for population reduction in the past now are. We are all the prey now.
As there is no good way to go about population control, a lot of very messy approaches have been tried. In the last article I attempted to highlight some of the horrific examples from the past, in order to show there is a clear case precedent for this being implemented on a large scale.

Given that vaccines are unconditionally trusted by most people and are very easy to administer, if a vaccination could produce sterilization or at least reduce fertility from a single injection, it would provide a technological solution to a dilemma the ruling class has faced for over a century. The only possible superior alternative I can think of would be a highly contagious respiratory virus (or “self-spreading vaccine”) that impaired future fertility without otherwise causing too much damage (and to some extent has been observed in men after COVID-19).

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