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Globalist controlled media constantly sends the message that the world is overpopulated which we agree is true in some areas such as India and Africa. When it comes to European Caucasians however, we are in dire straights. We are not replacing ourselves, in fact, we aren't even close to it with the average birth rates in the UK, US, and Australia at approximately1.3.
Governments have been trying numerous types of monetary incentives over the last 30 years to increase the birth rate, but they have missed some of the fundamental issues - such as attitudes and laws.
At this site, we are all about family and increasing the birth rate because the way things are projected we are going to be a minority in the very near future. Meaning the loss of indigenous rights and continued persecution around the globe. Within 30 years we will have no indigenous homelands as the Globalist leaders of today are effectively practicing genocide by allowing vast numbers of third world immigrants and refugees into European countries. On average a Muslim couple will produce 4 children while a European couple will produce 1.6. Demographers who have kept track of these trends show some chilling forecasts where Europeans will be minorities in their own countries by 2050.
Many Muslims going into Europe are Middle Eastern Caucasians which is saving the native European Caucasians to some degree. Though with the disparity of religion and the number of Islamic extremists on the rise we can not dismiss the conflicts and terrorism that will most likely come to pass for future generations. The beautiful culturally rich Europe, that we know today, will be torn to shreds and the Europe we knew before Muslim immigration will be remembered only in history books.
Our ancestors got married when they reached puberty (about 15 years of age) and most likely started having children within the first year of that. By the time they were 35 they effectively could have between 4 - 8 children during their child-bearing years. Because mothers started young, her children then go on to have their own families much sooner so the generations within a family are much closer together than they are today.
Today, the globalist controlled media promotes that women should establish their careers before starting a family meaning that the average woman does not start having children until much later in life. This limits the number of children you can bear before fertility expires and it also brings about increased risks with genetic disorders and miscarriage greatly increasing in first-time older mothers. First time mothers who are 35 years or older are generally more likely to experience birthing complications leading to a host of medical interventions including caesarean section. This results in high risk, medically managed pregnancies for all future pregnancies as well. Statically speaking, healthy women who start having children at a younger age will have a lower rate of complications during pregnancy and birth and will go on to have future pregnancies which are uncomplicated and straight forward. The human body is an amazing thing and once you have gone through one pregnancy it remembers what to do for future births.
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Russian people have tripled their consumption of alcohol in spite of declining population. The misery caused by alcohol can be seen in low Men to Women Population ratios, and alcohol-related deaths and illnesses with many men dead before they reach 58 years. There are also cases of abandoned children and a surge in congenital birth defects directly related to Alcohol.
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How Do We Change This?
The media likes to promote this idea of "sowing your oats" before you settle down. But ask yourself, why do you want to keep running around looking for new partners when you can have one partner and "sow your oats" at the same time?
Starting married life young allows you to grow together and experience life for the first time as a couple. By the time most people have hit 30 they are reasonably established in their regular day to day habits and routines and it is much harder to adjust these to accommodate and compromise with another person. It is definitely still possible with the right attitude, but most people in their early 20s are more flexible with life.
Once you reach puberty your body goes through a mass of hormonal changes including the introduction of the sex drive. There is this misconception promoted regularly in television sitcoms and movies that relationships are hard work and lots of responsibility for very little benefit. It portrays regular ease at finding new partners and promotes multiple short term flings. The reality is your average person is not going to find a romantic hook up every time they go out. If you also consider as you become older, your chances of finding a partner get remarkably more difficult and you are left with a subset of society who go through life without ever finding their mate for life.
There are young couples today who were married young, have children young and they still have managed to achieve the things they wanted in life such as travel and career. But we must remember that everyone in life has to work out the right balance of work, play and family that suits them, and we all make compromises on something in order to maintain sanity and happiness.
Previous generations did not have concepts such as retirement villages and senior services meaning that the elderly are left on their own with paid carers. Previously, the elderly parents would live in a multigenerational household which had many benefits including assistance in raising the children and household tasks. Grandparents often provided the bulk of the child rearing while mom and dad were working, and with a larger number of adults in one household, children were often more disciplined and received more attention than they would in your average nuclear family. The second benefit you get is increased financial freedom and reduced debt as the finances have been pooled together and only one large property is required.
The problem we have today is attitude. If we change our attitude we can reap a lot of benefits. If you marry young and come together with your parents and live in one large house, everyone wins. You have a larger property with less debt and grandparents feel fulfilled as they still feel needed by the family. Young parents still experience some freedom as the child rearing is not left to them alone.
There are some cultural groups that are managing happily having large families. These groups include, but are not limited to Mormons, Amish and Romany Gypsies and one of the primary reasons for this is that these cultures promote different attitudes and customs to family and child rearing. We have put some video links below of some Caucasian cultural groups which demonstrate what is possible.
God and the family is promted in Russia
Kalderash Romany have roamed the streets of Russia for more than a century, preserving their traditions and customs despite living side-by-side with Russians.
Babies For Sale: Increasing European birthrate and making money.
Russia to Increase Birthrate
Great Websites For Managing Large Families
These are just a few examples of great websites which talk about mothering large families. You can find a large volume of information of great resources on managing chores, discipline, education and finances when you have large families to look after.
Its interesting, how decades ago, an entire family would live in the same house. Grandma and grandpa, Husband and wife, kids. Even when the kids got to be of adult age, they would stay and help out with everyday things, and chip in for the bills, etc. ALLLL that changed at some point, I believe it was when the " Everyone must own their own house!" mentality started spreading through society. Of course, houses used to be MUCH more affordable.
European ancestry here, but coming from poor farmers we maintained the old traditions. I absolutely enjoy knowing my money doesn’t feed a bank. It feeds the family young and old alike. I don’t understand the practice of being forced from the home into potential financial ruin. Or the practice of our parents alone to be shoved into a old folks home. Buy a farm and keep your family close.
We all lived with our parents or very,very close by up until the First WORLD War, G*D only knows what was put on earth during that time period. We act like not living like a Family from Birth to Grave is somehow wrong? or is it. Families stayed together for Millenniums up into the so-called roaring 20's and then the depression and then WW2, it's never been the same.
We “live at home with mom”. Yes in the basement. Yes I’m a in the listed age bracket. Yes I’m a patriot. Yes I have a real job that would allow me to afford a home . Yes I’m a veteran. Yes I’m even married.
Living at home allows my income to support elderly parents. I don’t want to own a home where property taxes are always raised in support of liberal policies. My chores help around the land and it provides great financial stability as a family unit.
Maybe if we allowed our kids to stay longer and help build equity into our lands we would all actually own something not borrowed from a bank. You know like we used to do in the good old days. Your children can and should help you as a parent out. Have them pay rent! They are going to rent for awhile anyways until they purchase a home. Multi generational housing and farming is American culture before the boomers. Think about one or two years of equity built into your land all the while building a strong family by ensuring your kid is stable when he or she leaves the home.
I don't see anything wrong with multi-generational families, until the middle twentieth century this was the norm. If one lives somewhere with job opportunities rents are high, low rent areas have no jobs. Deport non-whites and quality of life increases
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