China Quickly Takes Down Article Which Exposes That Covid-19 Is Causing Sterility In Men

In the past five years of writing, I have written about a very mysterious formation of stones in Elberton, Georgia.  It is called the Georgia Guide Stones. 

On this eerie monument is etched 10 commandments. I have referred to these commandments as the Ten Commandments of Antichrist.

The first commandment reads:

  • Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

You can read my article here:

The Georgia Guide Stones, Population Control and the Coming Antichrist

Though not much is known about the individuals who constructed this monument, it IS known that these people are “Globalists.” 

If you do the math about maintaining population under 500 million, then considering that our population is approximately 7.7 billion; that would mean that our population would have to be reduced over 90%.

 That is a lot of people GONE!


When this “pandemic” hit, my first thought was whether this was a man-made bioweapon being unleashed on the world. I still believe that the virus was made in a lab – and I believe that even more since I have uncovered the possible sterility of males who have contracted the virus.

I believe that the Covid-19 virus was engineered to sterilize men. THAT could certainly cause the population of planet earth to exponentially shrink in the years ahead.


Coronavirus: Hubei government deletes report claiming Covid-19 could damage male fertility

  • Men who have contracted the disease and recovered should seek medical advice regarding ‘theoretical’ risk to their reproductive health, Wuhan hospital says

  • Article was widely shared on social media despite being pulled from provincial government’s website just hours after being uploaded   source



Scientists in China have raised concerns the new coronavirus, named COVID-19, may affect male fertility. However, experts in the field has stressed to Newsweek that men should not be worried.   ***(OH, Really?)

Chinese researchers were looking at existing data on a receptor that COVID-19 is thought to use to infect human cells. They found it is highly expressed in the cells of the testes and kidneys.

It is not clear if the data included any COVID-19 patients, and does not feature data on the fertility of those who have caught the infection.

This prompted concerns COVID-19 could damage the testes and kidneys. The team advised healthcare workers to keep an eye on their patient’s kidneys, as well as fertility in men. The article was published on medRxiv, a website where researchers publish work that has not been peer-reviewed in order to spark discussions with other experts.

“Clinicians should pay attention to the risk of testicular lesions in patients during hospitalization and later clinical follow-up, especially the assessment and appropriate intervention in young patients’ fertility,” they wrote.

The scientists said they were interested in exploring whether COVID-19 has the potential to harm the urinary and male reproductive systems after some patients were found to have abnormal kidney function and damage, in addition to the expected problems with the respiratory system.

However, Professor Allan Pacey, a leading expert in male fertility at the University of Sheffield in the U.K., emphasized the article is a “short discussion” paper which has not been peer-reviewed and is “highly theoretical.” It is intended to alert the medical and scientific community to the possible impact COVID-19 may have on the male reproductive system, he said.

“At present it is somewhat premature to conclude from this study [that] COVID-19 will definitely affect male fertility, but it is useful that the authors have raised this concern so that researchers can in due course take a look at the fertility of those who were infected by COVID-19,” he said.