After labeling alternative health alarmists “quacks” for decades, this year the accredited media reluctantly gave them some credit for spotting the significant drop in sperm count in the West. According to the Scientific American, “sperm counts in men from America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand have dropped by more than 50 percent in less than 40 years”. Alternative health quacks of course blame a variety of accredited industries for this drop, from glyphosate sprayed crops, to estrogenic hormones in meat and dairy, to mercury fillings installed by accredited dentists, to EMF’s from cell phones and other wireless devices. In every case, the accredited media has been quick to discredit these alarmists using a variety of quotes from accredited authorities about the lack of evidence supporting their claims, even as these quacks desperately try to cite what little they can find in the peer-reviewed literature. And while health quacks might be right about the drop in sperm count, there are many accredited explanations for this drop, and experts believe that it is nothing to worry about.
As we have covered before at the Accredited Times, the alternative health world is fraught with scams, deceptions and lies, and navigating it is like walking through a minefield of disinformation. In the case of the sperm count drop, some armchair nutritionists blame low fat diets, and claim that steroid hormones involved in sperm production are built from fat and cholesterol. But accredited dietitians and food scientists have confirmed repeatedly that the food pyramid, consisting of plenty of lectin and glyphosate-filled grains, hormone-enhanced milk, fluoride and heavy metal-saturated tap water, mercury-filled fish is the ideal diet, and that cholesterol-filled eggs, grass-fed butter and grass-fed beef are dangerous and cause heart disease. Non-accredited scientists like Professor Martin Pall have also blasted onto the alternative quack scene, explaining how WiFi and other EMF’s cause measurable biological damage at the chemical level by activating calcium channels. But the silence from the accredited telecommunications industry and the World Health Organization on this issue indicates that it is not in fact a problem.
The Scientific American says that they are at a loss for what could possibly be causing this decline, as there aren’t many possible causes that spring to mind. But at the Accredited Times we would like to go one step further, and say that this decline is not a problem at all. Firstly, the sperm count problem primarily affects white males, who are polluting the environment and oppressing every other race and gender through their mere existence, described by CRT experts as “whiteness”. In addition, what exactly is wrong with having low testosterone and low sperm count? If you’re a progressive like me, and you don’t intend to have kids, then why worry about something that doesn’t affect you? I’m a raw vegan and as a consequence I’ve had low testosterone for years, and cannot get aroused by anything, yet I feel content and at one with nature. Being a soft, beta male is a great way to live. When a woman is being stalked in the streets, you can just timidly walk away instead of confronting her stalker. When a fight breaks out at the bar, you can just look down and quietly sip your craft beer. When somebody mistreats you, you can simply withdraw and let them win. Being a passive beta male with low testosterone and low sperm count is great, and I highly recommend it. When I go to the gym to do yoga, I often see many beta males with skeletal-like physiques and frail faces, and they often stare at the more masculine men lifting heavy weights, taking long pauses between sets as they focus on everyone but themselves. This is the 21st Century, and this is the century of the beta male. We don’t want to have kids, and we don’t like beautiful womyn, so we’re cool with having low sperm count. Alpha males and hardcore right wingers better get out of the way because they are going the way of the dodo. We’re taking over and there’s nothing you can do about it.