I was in a conversation with a gentleman just yesterday Ladies and Gents and one of the comments that was made, was that “the world is becoming overpopulated since hospitals for childbirth were introduced”.
First and foremost, that would depend on what part of the world. If we take a look at just how vast Australia is, (roughly the same size as the United States into Canada) we can clearly see that 24 million people is not really an overpopulation of the country. And albeit people will tell you that much of Australia is uninhabitable due to how much desert we have here, more and more technology to be able to run converted salt to fresh water into more remote areas are being worked on every day. Technology such as electrodialysis. Not to mention, due the changing cycles (it’s totally natural I assure you and has nothing to do with Al Gores global warming fantasies) the desert since 2005 has been getting more rain that it ever has before and scientists say that there is a possibility that these areas will become green again.
China, on the other hand is clearly suffering overpopulation and whilst many people think it cruel for it’s dictator to limit how many children a family has, just a week in Beijing is enough to change anybodies mind. If you thought you understood sustainable developments “stack’em and pack’em” housing in Melbourne or Sydney, think again. The bee hive affect is well and alive in Beijing or even different parts of Thailand.
Having said this, does this mean that the world is becoming overpopulated as a whole? Yes, but I blame this a hell of a lot less on more babies surviving because of hospitals than what I do the introduction of this false “diversity” (which is really a polar opposite to what we are told it is) and multiracialism that has been forced down our throats. We have more people coming in from all around the world than ever before and it’s soon to be outweighing the number of births that take place in the country, by people that were born here themselves. But alas, we are becoming an overpopulated world nonetheless.
The whole reason I am writing this is because I made mention of how so many women are now going to hospitals to have babies, yet for centuries women had babies in their homes. In fact many people don’t realise that hospital births did not really take off until as late as the early 1900’s. That’s really not that long ago. Yep, women with the help of midwives a lot of the time, especially affluent women were still having babies at home until the early 1900’s and some of them STILL are.
The success rate of a baby being born was seldom to do with a hospital vs home birth. Midwives were very well educated people and even before the time of midwives, birth was mostly successful. “But Shaun, what if the umbilical cord becomes wrapped around the babies neck, is the midwife trained for that?” Yes. They were trained not to care. Never in history has an umbilical cord been a risk for baby to lose oxygen so there was no reason to be alarmed. This is a well known myth in this day and age and was even known back then. The baby does not breath air through it’s nose, mouth and lungs. There is no oxygen in the uterus, only liquid. The oxygen for baby is delivered to him/her through two veins from the umbilical cord. The bloods and sugars delivered to baby are what contain the oxygen, so although baby does not breath per se he/she is getting all of the oxygen needed until delivered into the open world. Remember, it’s the oxygen in our blood cells that keep us alive. Breathing for us is what delivers the oxygen to our blood, whereas for baby, the umbilical cord does it instead. So yes, things such as umbilical cords were not a worry during the times of home birth.
Stillborns (and I don’t mean death by complication) and miscarries to this day are still happening. Nobody has the answers and if a nurse or doctor tell you they know why it happens, they are lying. Whilst the medical mafia do have theories about what may be killing these babies in the womb, they do not yet have absolutes, the same goes for cot-death. And the amount of babies that were stillborn back in the 1800’s is only less, because there were less women having babies back then. And bare in mind, genetics too can play a part in who will have a stillborn or miscarry a child. That’s another study in itself.
There is no evidence to suggest that there were more miscarries and stillborns during home pregnancies and births than in hospitals. Unless of course you speak to those at the top of the medical pyramid, that have every reason to want you to believe otherwise. Money money money. When they hand you a document trying to prove themselves, be sure to take a look at when it was written and by whom it was wrote.
Since education was found to be more useful than any tool used in hospital, more and more women have been going back to home birth. It’s not only natural, but it’s healthier. Any doctor or nurse worth their weight in gold will tell you that a hospital is a very unhealthy place. For oh so obvious reasons that you would think a person with even half a brain would know. Bacteria from the sick, disease, flu, sometimes feces in the open air etc etc…
You see, once-upon-a-time the main killer of babies during birth, either hospital or home had more to do with hygiene, whether it be midwife or nurse. However, now that we know more about hygiene and bacteria and how to deal with and/or prevent all of this, both the hospital and home have larger success rates in birth. Back in the early 1900’s we suffered the same problems between hospital or home births and those problems were all caused by little education. And the only reason we are being over populated in certain countries (besides the evident injection of 3rd world peoples) is because the success rate of births on both fronts, hospital AND home, are increasingly successful.
Hospital has been given WAY too much credit however, when it comes to the success of having babies. Home births, for many a decade were put to the wayside until recently. The reason the hospitals were given so much credit was based more so on false statistics. When the medical mafia released it’s stats on how many more babies were being born, they conveniently left out details such as to numbers. For instance, that the per capita numbers of course grew as we had more women having babies. You’ll seldom see them use per capita math, because that doesn’t suit their bank account.
Another reason hospitals were given more credit than they deserve, was because when the medical mafia write their journals, they of course have an agenda at hand. That agenda is to convince YOU that it’s unsafe to medicate yourself and to convince YOU that it’s unsafe to have a baby at home. Why? Well I thought that was obvious. Because, it’s your money that pays his/her wage. Does a bicycle store repairman tell you to fix your own bike?
In any case, the idea that the hospital has been behind this sudden success is a myth. Birth has always been successful both in and out of hospital and people did not start having more babies because of hospitals. Back in the 1800’s the average household had 8-12 children. Whilst there were not as many women on the earth back then, populations were still growing fast enough because of the numbers of babies being born. Among other cultures outside of our own, some polygamous families had 15-20 babies. One male, three females and 15-20 babies. Is it any wonder us whites are being out bred by the third worlders in our own country?
The bigger problem I see at the moment, is that we whites are a mere 8.85% around the globe, down from 27% in the late 40’s and early 50’s. See the movie Idiocracy as to why. When you’re adding up your statistics, whether they be from The Bureau of Statistics or stats that come out of the UN or the media, be sure that they have not added Hispanics in as whites as they typically do. In some countries Arab’s are added to statistics as Asians. And although it’s not an easy task, be vigilant and I am sure you will come to the same conclusion that I have and 8.85% is a VERY SCARY FIGURE!
My advice? Go back to home birth. Have 6 kids. Ladies, become a mother of the household for your children whilst your bloke brings back the dough.
Ah. The thought of a healthy family coming back. Just puts a smile on my face.
Have a great day.