The problems that underlie our low birth rates are broad but, like any other problem, if we break it up in pieces, we can find the solutions.
By John Young — MP3
Welcome to Western Voices, I’m John Young of European Americans United.
During the past two Western Voices podcasts we have explored the major causes of low natality of European Americans in a fair amount of detail. We have explored the economic factors including tax policy, cost of living and employment arrangements. We have also explored the pivotal role played by radical feminism and various issues related to communication and work-sharing between the sexes. In listening to all of this, you likely found confirmation for a lot of things you already knew; but not a lot of cause for hope. This is understandable because, added all together the barriers can seem insurmountable. But let me tell you right now that they are not.
There is a difference between the metaphysically given, and the man-made. The metaphysically given include such things as the law of gravity or the heritability of intelligence. We can’t change these things, so we have to work within the framework they establish. As Francis Bacon observed, “Nature, to be commanded, must be obeyed.”
One of the dirty tricks used by the Masters of Deceit running this society is they deliberately conflate these two concepts so that, to us, many very changeable man-made situations appear to be as unchangeable as the forces of nature. But, let me assure you, that while the necessary changes may be difficult, they ARE within the realm of the possible. If you are listening to me, you already know that the forces of dissolution currently running our society are Masters of Deceit, so you won’t let them get you down.
The problems that underlie our low birth rates are broad in that they affect practically every aspect of our lives, and deep in that they permeate even into the deepest conscious thought of our people. Rooting out these problems won’t be easy, and they may seem invulnerable to assault. But, like any other problem, if we break it up in pieces, we can find the solutions.
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