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Computer Scientist and Mathematician Says COVID ‘Vaccines’ Are Causing ‘Precipitous Drop’ in Birthrates Across Europe; Provides Supporting Data


In this interview with author and tech CEO Naomi Wolf computer scientist and mathematician Igor Chudov shows how the COVID mRNA “vaccines” from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are linked to a “precipitous drop” in birthrates across Europe. Chudov notes, for example, that in Hungary, more “vaccinated” regions experienced sharper declines in birthrates versus less “vaccinated” regions.


In this interview with author and tech CEO Naomi Wolf computer scientist and mathematician Igor Chudov lays out the data showing a “precipitous drop” in birthrates across the European Union, which he argues is due to the rollout of the COVID-19 “vaccines.” Chudov, who has been keeping an eye on birthrates on his Substack, says that “[COVID] vaccination rates are strongly correlated with the drops in fertility” and shows that CDC data indicate Moderna, on average, causes 42% more miscarriages than Pfizer.

“These are government reports, not quotes from conspiracy theory websites,” Chudov says regarding the data evincing significant drops in birthrates in European countries. Chudov, who has a master’s degree in computer science and mathematics from the Moscow State University in Russia—as well as an MBA from the University of Chicago—notes that he’s been able to collect these data as “all governments register births… and they just simply count the registrations.”

Chudov tells Wolf that while birthrates have been going down in most societies over the last several decades they “dropped like a rock” in Europe in January of 2022. Worse yet, Chudov says that “When you compare birthrates nine months after the vaccinations, the rate at which the young people were vaccinated seems to correspond with the drop in birthrates.”

UKHSA data. Image and marks: Igor Chudov

Indeed, Chudov’s Substack is rife with posts taking a data-driven look at the flagging birthrate phenomenon in various European countries—as well as some places outside of Europe. In a September 3, 2022 post titled “UK: Births in England Collapsed and are NOT Coming Back Up,” for example, Igor looked at data on COVID “vaccine” efficacy from the United Kingdom Health Security Agency (UKHSA) and found that live births dropped in England by 14% as of May 2022 versus the same period in 2021. Chudov noted in the same post that normal year-to-year variability is around 1-2%.

In a post from July 9, 2022 titled “Taiwan: Birth Rate Dropped -27.66% in June 2022!!!” Chudov highlighted the fact that, based on data from the Department of Household Registration in Taiwan, birthrates dropped by nearly 28% in the country in June of 2022 compared to June of 2021. When Chudov compared May of 2021 to May of 2022, he found a similar—staggering—drop of nearly 24%.

Image: Igor Chudov via Naomi Wolf

Chudov notes Hungary offers a particularly informative look at the effect COVID vaccination rate is having on birthrates as it is divided up into 20 regions, and the regions had quite different “vaccine” uptake levels. In a July 3, 2022 post titled “Hungary: Highest Vaccinated Counties Have Worst Birth Rate Drops!” Chudov noted that “It turns out that the highest vaccinated counties of Hungary have the worst drop in birth rates in 2022!” In Chudov’s graph immediately above, he shows how Budapest (in one of the most “vaccinated” regions in the country) had a COVID injection uptake rate of more than 61%, but also the steepest decline in birthrate—comparing quarter one of 2022 the same quarter in 2021—at 22%.

One of the biggest issues Chudov raises is the question of whether or not these drops in birthrate are permanent. To that end, it sounds like there is some good news, but mostly bad news.

Regarding the good news, Chudov says that, in some countries, such as Sweden (which saw a 7-10% reduction in birthrates nine months after the COVID injection rollout), the birthrate “is not really going down, but it’s not really coming back up.” Which, from an optimist’s point of view, means that the birthrate drop can hit a floor. On the flip side, Chudov agrees with Wolf in speculating that Europe could see a loss of 1-2 million births in 2022 due to this phenomenon. The computer scientist and mathematician also notes that the birthrates, as far as he can tell, “stay depressed” and do not return to normal.

Furthermore, Chudov speculates the decline in birthrates is directly due to increased infertility, rather than an increase in the number of stillbirths and miscarriages. He notes several reasons for this assumption, including the fact that scientists have found that the COVID mRNA injections seriously impair the motility and concentration of a man’s semen. (Read more about that via the post embedded immediately above.) Chudov also mentions a pharmacokinetics study performed in Japan, which showed that the lipid nanoparticles from the mRNA “vaccines” collect in the ovaries.

Offering one more robust, stark piece of evidence that points toward a link between the decline in birthrates and the (enormously dangerous) mRNA COVID injections, Chudov says that the Moderna COVID “vaccines” result in double the number of miscarriages in pregnant women versus the Pfizer “vaccine.” Using CDC data, Chudov was able to glean that “Moderna, which is a higher dose vaccine, results in 42% higher rates of miscarriages compared to Pfizer.” He adds “So please tell me… if [the COVID] vaccines don’t affect pregnancy, and they are completely unrelated to the outcome of the pregnancies, how come Moderna causes [a] 42% higher miscarriage [rate]? How could it be that [the mRNA injections don’t affect birthrate], but [one type] causes higher miscarriage rate?”

Image: Igor Chudov

Speaking of miscarriage rates, Wolf herself was lambasted in August of this year for misinterpreting the Pfizer “vaccine” post authorization data, concluding that pregnant women who received Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID injection had a miscarriage rate of 44%. At that time many people said it must be lower—or at least inconclusive based on the available data—but Dr. Pierre Kory later showed data from one “Use in pregnancy and lactation” table from Pfizer-BioNTech’s documents evincing a mortality rate of fetuses and babies born of “vaccinated” mothers of approximately 80%.


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