Germany: Birth Rate Sharply Declines in 2023

What would this graph look like for just actual Germans?

Many people are just sitting in their rooms on pills watching Netflix because society has become so alienating, they feel scared to even engage with it. That’s a result of all of the things we talk about on this website, but the virus hoax normalized just staying in your room all the time, while also using scientific methods to intensify a sense of social alienation which has yet to dissipate.

The Local:

The birth rate has fallen from 1.57 children per woman in 2021 to around 1.36 in the autumn of 2023.

This means that the fertility level is the lowest it has been since 2009, according to figures from a joint publication by the Federal Institute and Stockholm University in the European Journal of Population.

Decline was ‘unusually’ rapid

The birth rate in Germany initially remained stable and even went up slightly during the Covid pandemic.

In 2021, the highest birth rate since 1997 was registered with 795,492 babies, a phenomenon which many in Germany dubbed “corona babies” since they were conceived and born amid the pandemic.


Before the vaccine…

But the figure then fell to 1.4 from January 2022 as the crisis continued and then recovered at 1.5 children per woman in the summer of 2022. The birth rate then fell again in 2023 and, according to initial estimates, averaged 1.36 from January to November.

“The sharp decline in fertility observed within two years is therefore unusual, as phases of falling birth rates have tended to be slower in the past,” the researchers said.

There could be various reasons for the decline: According to the study, the abrupt drop in numbers may have to do with the start of the Covid vaccination campaign nine months earlier.

It’s possible that many women postponed having children because the vaccines were not approved for pregnant women at the time in order to get vaccinated first, said the researchers.

But why did the number of births fall from autumn 2022, when the vaccine was widely available to everyone in Germany?

“In addition to the pandemic, the war in Ukraine, rising inflation and advancing climate change have made people feel insecure,” said co-author Martin Bujard.

“In such a time of multiple crises, many do not carry out their desire to have children.”

It’s very likely that it’s going to be revealed that the corona vax caused infertility in both men and women, and that even young married people trying to have kids are failing.

But how many young white people do you know who are married?