posted on Sep, 20 2017 @ 12:17 AM
Just popped through the thread and noticed a lot of people thinking this just involves "Western" men, but from a few years ago another report talked
about the falling birth rates in ALL First World countries and I think this report has simply identified another symptom of that larger issue. Other
symptoms exist however and point to what could be a larger problem.
I'd like to point out Japan - an "Eastern" country where the issue of falling birth rates has been going on for some time and is already presenting
problems of mostly a financial (tax) nature. There are the various symptoms contributing to this and I'll mention some of the ones I think are
the top contributors.
Japan, like many Asian countries, is more open about people identifying as a gender other than what they were born with - and has been for decades.
NewHalfs, or the more derogatory Lady Boys, were even popular celebrities on television.
Gender confusion almost seems to be promoted worldwide now and anyone saying that a child can't choose their gender is discriminating against the
entire group. We don't let them choose to smoke, drink, or vote, but a 5 year old born a male can say he's a girl and we promote and praise that?
This confusion doesn't simply go away as the child ages, as it is being reinforced from a young age - so simply saying, "He identified as a her and we
let him do so," doesn't mean the rest of that person's life will be free of confusion or that they'll end up in a normal relationship. I personally
don't care about an adult making that choice, but a child...
Japanese men also have been seen as having a predilection for pedophilia - Thailand and the Philippines even banned lone Japanese men from vacationing
in their countries at one point because they believed most came to engage in illegal sex with minors. Even in Japanese anime there is an increasing
amount of pedophile like behavior that is being introduced into the mainstream shows, stuff that previously was only in the more ecchi style shows.
Also, a growing trend (not new, but growing) in many is to depict men/boys as weak, stupid, and perverted, while increasingly the women are the
aggressive, smarter, sexually uninhibited characters - which is yes, sort of a mirror of what is actually happening there, but most anime is still
written by men - so, is this how they really see themselves...
As Japanese women have become more involved in management and higher level jobs in Japan, more Japanese men are opting out of college and careers and
instead turning into NEETs that stay at their parent's home. In fact more and more Japanese women now go out with the express purpose to find a guy
for a one night stand, turning the idea of nampa (basically girl hunting) completely around - you don't really even see nampa depicted in anime as
much either. Some Japanese women actually complain about the lack of men interested in dating, while others have turned to alternate relationships to
make up for the lack of men. A lot of men simply decide it is too much trouble to date, as then they may get married, start a family, and then be
expected to work at a job with long hours where they then don't get to see said family. It is like the men have been castrated mentally and prefer to
stay home masturbating to animated women that tease, but don't put out.
What I find alarming is that this started in Japan about 30 years ago or so and now seems to be a growing issue in other countries - however, Japan
didn't have the same level of food tampering/manipulation seen in other countries and I doubt all of this could be the result of pollution from
traditional sources (manufacturing & industry), but it can't be ruled out. My own thought is that it is something disrupting the hormonal balance in
pregnant women specifically - as that can alter the level of testosterone or estrogen in the fetus, which in turn can lead to men that act more
feminine or women that act more masculine.
This may be the driving factor behind the growing issue of gender confusion, falling birth rates, and low testosterone, but there is no real way to
prove it. Also, I don't think we can simply blame it on big pharma exclusively, unless they used Japan as some sort of test case before moving on to
the rest of the First World nations, but I could be wrong - I am posting on a conspiracy site and Monsanto is about as close to evil as a
corporate entity can get...