Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida issued a dire warning about his nation.
He said his country is “on the brink of not being able to function as a society because of its falling birth rate,” according to BBC.
It’s “now or never,” Kishida reportedly said.
Is this depopulation playing out before our eyes?
Low birth rates and high excess deaths are a recipe for population decline.
Is Japan becoming one of the quickest nations to witness the effects of the depopulation agenda?
JUST IN 🚨 Japan’s prime minister says his country is on the brink of not being able to function as a society because of its falling birth rate. – BBC
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) January 23, 2023
NEW – PM warns Japan is on the brink of being unable to function as a society because of its falling birth rate.https://t.co/yIYLFzd6UW
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) January 23, 2023
Japan – population 125 million – is estimated to have had fewer than 800,000 births last year. In the 1970s, that figure was more than two million.
Birth rates are slowing in many countries, including Japan’s neighbours.
But the issue is particularly acute in Japan as life expectancy has risen in recent decades, meaning there are a growing number of older people, and a declining numbers of workers to support them.
Japan now has the world’s second-highest proportion of people aged 65 and over – about 28% – after the tiny state of Monaco, according to World Bank data.
“Focusing attention on policies regarding children and child-rearing is an issue that cannot wait and cannot be postponed,” Kishida said.
Japan isn’t only facing low birth rates.
Excess deaths contribute to the dilemma.
Japan seeks to return to normal, plans to DOWNGRADE COVID to flu status, and wants to stop counting Covid deaths.
Meanwhile, deaths from Covid are setting records.
— Igor Chudov 🐭 (@ichudov) January 20, 2023
From The Daily Sceptic:
While I’m looking at some international comparisons, I can’t resist the temptation to include Japan. Not only does Japan have one of the highest vaccine rates in the world, and ubiquitous mask wearing, but it also currently has one of the highest Covid fatality rates in the world. It’s all very odd.
*Image from The Daily Sceptic*
Weren’t the COVID-19 jabs supposed to prevent deaths from the pathogen?
They’ve had the opposite effect in Japan and COVID-related deaths have skyrocketed into 2023.
According to Our World in Data, around 82% of the Japanese population is ‘fully vaccinated’ against COVID-19.
Fortunately, some Japanese doctors are finally asking questions about the safety risks of the experimental injections and demand a proper investigation.
RT @BernieSpofforth: JAPAN – Top doctors now challenging the Health Authorities to investigate damage done & excess deaths.
He’s a bit pissed off. Good.
— Anne (@AnneAbbot) January 18, 2023
Can Japan reverse this dire trend?
That’s the question that remains to be answered.